Fast action at Dezzi despite lockdown

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JP Bredenhann driving the Chevron.PHOTO: Colin Windell
JP Bredenhann driving the Chevron.PHOTO: Colin Windell

Despite Covid restrictions on spectators and a tough economy, motor racing continues to thrive at Dezzi Raceway, Oslo Beach with fast and furious action even with the reduced fields — as the event at the weekend showed.

On four wheels, the Super Modifieds and Modifieds produced an almighty scrap between Elton Fuchs (Mtrac VW Golf), Pierre Potgieter (Speed Shop VW Golf), Keegan Sansom (Ram Plant Hire VW Golf) and Hank Lombard (PSA VW Scirocco).

These top four were locked together from the opening lap and so evenly matched it would need a mistake from a driver to allow a clean pass. At the end of the first heat Fuchs to the chequer from Potgieter, Lombard and Sansom.

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