Rally

The Team 432 experience

Entering Parc Fermé at Fairways, Ceres, on Saturday 13 May 2017 as the first car on the road was a somewhat strange feeling. Competitors assisted organisers in organising events back in the year and then received their best score as bonus at the end of each season. It avoided contentious issues such as the local teams having an unfair advantage in knowing the area and roads too well, saved costs in organising and provided safe routes as the crews doing the route check-run and actual 0, 00 of Follow-Up on the event did so out of their own limited budgets.

Ceres Toyota by Eric Joseph

Home win for Team 467

Starting the 2017 Western Province Rally Championship on a high as the first regional team home on the CCMCC iKapa Reticulation and Flow Klipdale Rally in February contact with a rather solid telephone pole on the CPMCC Swartland Malmesbury Rally on 1 April proved to a rather cruel April fool’s joke.

WBMK trio dominate Ceres podium!

Think Ceres and you think fruit and good times. Mention Ceres to rallyists and they suddenly become uncomfortable and doubt appear about potential results. This is real rally country, testing man and machine to the limit on every stage. Attack and Ceres will defend, hold back and Ceres will call you out. Now 34 years young the Witzenberg Motorklub event have certainly developed a reputation and Saturday 13 May 2017 lived up to expectations!

Richard Slamet favorite for Ceres

On the 133 rd day of 2017 the third round of the Western Province Rally Championship will take competitors to the main centre of the Warm Antelope Field (Warm Bokkeveld). Quite fittingly named after the Roman Goddess of Agriculture, Ceres nestles in a valley that is extremely fertile and the are produces much of Southern Africa’s decidious fruit.

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