Victory to host national qualifiers

2018-05-17 06:01
Alistair Simpson makes a dash for the finish line in the 2.1 Modified class.                Photo:PETER HENNING

Alistair Simpson makes a dash for the finish line in the 2.1 Modified class. Photo:PETER HENNING

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VICTORY Raceway is set to host a national qualifier and 2.1 Modified Challenge at Victoria Drive in Walmer, Port Elizabeth on May 19.

The drivers who are expected to race in this weekend’s challenge include Hendricus Botha, Burger van der Westhuizen, Alistair Simpson and Christopher Burisch from the George and Oudtshoorn motor clubs.

They will be joined by Mario Verwey and Frikkie Marais from Tygerberg Raceway and Corbin Holloway from Border Stock Cars.

The gates will open at 13:00 and racing starts at 17:00.

The entry fee to the racetrack is R60 for adults, and R20 for children under the age of 13.

For more information contact Maggie at 082 656 8830.

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