Rally

Riebeek Valley Rally WP4 - Eric Joseph

Finally Oswaldo!

Near perfect rallying weather guarenteed excellent spectator support the fourth round of the Western Province Rally Championship and the competitors provided a great spectacle in the Swartland. Twenty two teams started the event from the Meiring Primary School and eleven were classified as finishers at the interesting Die Bruid die Pixie en die Vaalhond prizegiving venue later in the afternoon.

Riebeek Rally Preview

Icy cold and (thankfully) wet conditions in the Western Cape sets the scene for round four of the Western Cape special stage Rally Championship and what a privilege it would be to arrive in the Swartland on Saturday 1 July 2017 with snow capped tips of the Witzenberg Mountains on the horizon and the knowledge that all of that beauty will be contributing towards raising the levels of our water reservoirs.

The Riebeek Valley Rally Returns

1 July is the date on which round 4 of the 2017 WP Championship, the Riebeek Valley Rally, is scheduled to start and finish at the Riebeek Cellars (Established  1941), Pieter Cruythoff Avenue, Kloof Street in Riebeek Kasteel. So what you might say, it’s just a date and a place? An interesting date in history and a very interesting place in South African history makes this quite a unique occasion.

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.

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