Peiser wins All Tar Rally

John Peiser (Plattekloof) and Weston Peiser (Plattekloof) showed their class on Saturday 4 August 2018 when they steered the Speed Pro Cycling Components 425 WPMC S5 Subaru Impreza 4x4 Turbo 2.0 to a convincing overall victory on the Killarney All Tar Rally, round five of the 2018 Western Cape Rally Championship, by winning all six stages. The father and son combination also now move into first position on the regional championship points log with two gravel events remaining, the 8 September 2018 (CEJ Plant Hire Malmesbury Rally) and 6 October 2018 (Riebeek Kasteel Rally).

Tar-riffic Entry for All Tar

All Tar! With a touch of gravel when you run wide or outbrake yourself, but take note! The scenery at the Killarney International Raceway are fixtures, rather solid concrete fixtures in most cases and you are advised to avoid making contact at all times!

A Darling victory for Peiser!

John and Weston Peiser (father and son) drove the rally of their career to win the first CPMCC Darling Rally in their Speed Pro Cycling Equipment 425 WPMC S5 Subaru Impreza GT 2.0 Turbo 4x4. Driving the very first Subaru to ever rally in South Africa had them realize that nothing short of absolutely flat-out from the start will give them any chance of beating their more modern opposition.

Preview Darling Rally

It is somehow fitting to see the second oldest motor club in South Africa organise the fourth round of the Western Cape Rally Championship scheduled for Saturday 7 July 2018. Back the 18th century some 29 farmers lived in an area named Groenkloof and the town of Darling was eventually established on the farm Langfontein in 1853. No, I am not a historian of note, you are welcome to find all this information on Wikipedia.

5th Dagbreek Gymkhana - PBV

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