KZNRRC kicks off the year’s races

2018-02-15 06:01
Jean Mare leads Stanley Ndlela into turn one. PHOTO: Ralph pike

Jean Mare leads Stanley Ndlela into turn one. PHOTO: Ralph pike

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THE KwaZulu-Natal Road Racing Club (KZNRRC) held its first racing event for the year at Dezzi’s in Oslo Beach last weekend.

The all-day programme featured a range of races in motorbikes and car races, including modifieds and super modifieds, sports cars and super GT, motards and super mortards, the Porsche challenge as well as juniors and masters.

Local photographer Ralph Pike said the event was a great start to the racing calendar.

“Although the weather was overcast, there were plenty of thrills and spills throughout the day which entertained the crowds.

Both two wheel and four wheel categories produced some good tight races at the first KZNRRC event at Dezzi raceway,” said Pike.

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