Event

Bravo - Leon & Natasha

The 2019 Witzenberg Motorklub Gymkhana Championship drew to a close with a double header event on Saturday 16 November 2019 at the Killarney International Raceway and it could not have finished with a more impressive result as a mere 0.61 seconds split the top three teams after some extremely entertaining driving. The closest podium in the 137 event history of the series.

Rafique - Adds 6

Saturday 16 November 2019 saw a double header Gymkhana close the 2019 Witzenberg Motorklub Gymkhana Championship at the Killarney International Raceway. Seventeen scoring teams entered the 5th Wheel Tech Gymkhana in howling Cape Doctor conditions.

Rafique Firfirey and Abdul Sayed again dominant in the Firfirey Motor Holdings class G Mini Cooper S Turbo 1.6 but this time they were under constant pressure and very nearly beaten. In fact the podium positions possibly represent the tightest ever result in 137 Witzenberg Motorklub Gymkhana events.

Rafique - Take 5

Saturday 16 November 2019 saw a double header Gymkhana close the 2019 Witzenberg Motorklub Gymkhana Championship at the Killarney International Raceway. Twenty one scoring teams entered the 4th Wheel Tech Gymkhana and did they put on a performance of note!

Riebeek a champions podium!

Llewellyn Jones (Somerset West) and Christophé Pichon (Welgemoed) are the 2019 Western Cape Rally Champions! When the CEJ plant Hire 434 CPMCC S5 Subaru WRX STi 2.0 Turbo AWD entered Parce Fermé at the Pulpit Rock Winery in Riebeek Wes on Saturday 5 October 2019 the crew secured their fifth consecutive victory in hot, dry and dusty conditions. A left front puncture on SS2 their only minor handicap whilst completing the 55th Western Cape Rally Championship.

The heat is on!

Just one week until the 2019 Western Cape Rally Champions will be crowned. Rozario “Sonny” Bonafede and Ralph Behm won the inaugural championship in 1964 with an ex-works French Simca 1000 and both would become legends of the sport in their own right. Few would argue that Sonny Bonafede was the standard by which rallies were organised as he knew routes that maps did not know about whilst Ralph Behm would lead the sport from the top seat for almost 27 years before retiring in the year 2000.

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