A dream come true
The second game was a dream come true for home hero Julian van der Watt (Julian van der Watt), who powered the team’s new European performance RDSA Ford Focus, beating Volcker and Mandela for the first time Gazoo Racing Corollas from Mandla Mdakane. Wolk’s second place is enough to secure a Universal BMW that surpasses Lee Thompson, Scott Temple of the second chemical logistics Corolla, and Van der Water ( van der Watt, van Rooyen and Mdakane as a whole.
Bradley Liebenberg’s GTC SupaCup defeated Jonathan Mogotsi and Jeffrey Kruger’s Volkswagen, the latter defeated rookie Saood Variawa And Mikaeel Pitamber, and defeated veteran Andre Bezuidenhout for sixth place.
Charl Arangies and his A+ class Stradale march into Africa. Lamborghini Huracan appeared in devastating form. The Johannesburg driver won in the extreme supercar race in Killarney. Three consecutive victories. In the opening two games, Arangis was unshakable, but when Arangis chased him home, after Arangis spun early in the final, Dane Angel managed to keep his Porsche lead. status. Only allowed Angel to get a 30-second takeoff penalty.
Therefore, Charl Arangies took over from Silvo Scribante, Marcel and Dayne Angel for a day, because Marcel Angel’s Autohaus Angel Ferrari 488 GT3 achieved a balance in the Performance GT3 category. Rick Loureiro’s BMW won the A category, Nieyaz Modack’s BMW M3 category B, Marius Jackson’s Audi R8 category C and Ima Imaad Modack’s BMW M3 category won the D category.
Cape Town Home Hero
Cape Town family hero Umpie Swart kicked off his 2021 Volkswagen Polo Cup with perfect style. He rushed to pole position and won two games. This was a great victory for the local Alpine Autohaus Racing driver. He participated in the race alone and defeated the much-loved multi-vehicle off-road Polo Cup team. He made Leyton Fourie, Arnold Neveling, Jean-Pierre vd Walt, Clinton Bezuidenhout and the most impressive The profound local young man Tate Bishop (Tate Bishop) came to the fore.
Another family favorite, Andrew Rackstraw, also completely dominated the Investchem Formula 1600 weekend in his Investchem RDSA Mygale. He defeated the young Gunners, DAW lads Jarrod Waberski and Josh le Roux’s Mygales in the opening game, and defeated Nicholas van Weely’s Magnificent Paints van Diemen and second place Waberski in the second game. Ian Schofield defeated the first two races in his investment strategy Mygale, winning the Ford Kent Formula.
The Mobil 1 V8 supercar returns to Killarney for the first time in seven years, and Mackie Adlem’s Adlem Auto Jaguar is at Terry Wilford’s Fuchs Falcon (Fuchs Falcon) and Franco di Matteo (Franco di Matteo) Deltec Jaguar (Deltec Jaguar) stood out in the first game. Thomas Reib won the Mobil of Adlem and di Matteo in the second day of the match between Adlem and di Matteo Lumina’s second game.
David McFadden’s Yamaha used two wheels to overcome Honda’s Clinton Seller’s return to the 1000cc superbike, Gareth Gehlig’s Kawasaki defeated on Yamaha Garrick Vlok (Garrick Vlok). Brett Roberts (Brett Roberts) defeated Brandon Staffen (Brandon Staffen) similar Yamaha, won the 600cc superbike honor, while BMW driver Jonathan Schwerin (Jonathan Schwerin) driving Bridgestone super bike car. David Enticott, the champion of the first game, defeated second-place champions Rob Cragg and Graeme van Breda in SunBet ZX10 Masters.
And other news
In other races, the French trio Tristan Vautier, Loic Duval and Sébastien Bourdais drove a Cadillac to beat the British Oliver Jarvis and Harry Tincknell in a 12-hour IMSA race in Cyberjaya, Florida, USA, and formed a Mazda car with Jonathan Bomarito. The eclectic trio Jimmie Johnson, Kamui Kobayashi and Simon Pagenaud’s Cadillacs came in third, with Dane Cameron, Olivier Pla and Juan Pablo Montoya and Ricky Taylor, Filipe Albuquerque and Alex Rossi respectively.
Ben Keating (Ben Keating), Mikkel Jensen (Mikkel Jensen) and Scott Huffaker (Scott Huffaker)’s ORECA leads the GTLM top two, Cooper MacNeil (Cooper MacNeil) , Porsche 911 RSR by Mathieu Jaminet and Matt Campbell and Connor de Phillippi, Philipp Eng and Bruno Spoon The BMW M8 GTE by Bruno Spengler. Porsche’s Sebring race car swept through, Laurens Vanthoor, Zacharie Robichon and Lars Kern’s 911 GT3 R won the GTD championship, while South Africa’s Stephen Simpson finished 38th with a Lamborghini Huracan GT3 race car.
Finally, despite participating in the slippery clavicle race in Sandown last weekend, as Holden played three races, Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen maintained his perfect Australian V8 supercar He won his fifth victory in the trot, which was his fifth consecutive victory.
Next weekend will be the biggest racing competition so far in 2021, including Formula One and Moto Grand Prix abroad, as well as a whole weekend of car and bicycle off-road racing home. Watch this space to get an overview of all your activities in Toyota Gazoo Racing Week, this is next Monday…
Source: Motorsports Media/Photo: Paul Bedford