Lindenberg cheats death, keeps racing

Cape Town - Peter Lindenberg is a South African sporting legend.

He’s been awarded Springbok colours 39 times in three different sports and he’s won 26 South African national titles in four different sports.

He has received the State President’s Sports Award on two occasions and after an illustrious career, in 2008, he was inducted into the South African Sport Hall of Fame.

And he's cheated death on a number of occasions.

Lindenberg, 58, is currently leading the SA motorsport Springbok Series - and racing with his daughter, Paige Lindenberg. They are the only father-daughter racing team in SA and certainly one of the few in the world.

Be sure to watch the Lindenberg's in action in East London on December 15.





Peter and Paige Lindenberg (Supplied)
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