THE EVENT ON 15 MARCH IS CANCELLED
RACE REPORT OF 1 MARCH SOON HERE
PLENTY NEW PICTURES IN THE GALLERY
Report of Race Event on 1 March 2014
Hi and welcome to another blockbuster event at Tygerberg Raceway. Last Saturday we held the first leg of the WP REGIONAL DIRT OVAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. This is a regional that will eventually lead to drivers obtaining WP colours for dirt oval racing. Something different was tried in that the first three cars over the finish line at the checkered flag will be the top three for the event. Also the podium was placed in the centre of the arena so that the public can be involved in the prizegiving as well… This does not however interfere with the drivers overall points for the club championships. We had just over 70 cars in the pit area and the guys were ready to go and do their thing out there.
....Read the full report here soon
REPORT OF RACE MEETING HELD ON 15 FEBUARY 2014 CLICK HERE FOR FRANK'S CORNER
Hi and welcome back to part two of two of the INTERNATIONAL RACE EVENT between TEAM RSA, TEAM UK and TEAM NAMIBIA,
this time round the English and Namibian drivers took on the might of the SOUTH AFRICAN HOTROD TEAM. All in all we once
again had almost 100 race cars in the pit area all classes and everyone was ready to get the action started.
FOR THE COMPLETE 2.1 RACE REPORT VISIT THE MENU OR CLICK HERE FOR FRANK'S CORNER
There are seven 2.1 RSA drivers that will be considered for NATIONAL PROTEA COLOURS:
Christo Kotze, Nicky Koeglenberg, Hendricus Botha, Thys Valentyn, Matthew Jefferies, Dewald de Villiers, Barend du Plessis
NEWS - Tygerberg Raceway members, business, sponsors & public:
Tygerberg Raceway hosted the DO4SA National event on 30 November 2013, where-after the South African Champions were crowned. This will be the ONLY recognised SA Championship in South Africa for Dirt Oval Track Racing in 2013, ratified by MSA, SASCOC and the Dept Sport & Recreation. Any other claim by a competitor to be the South African Champion (or SA1) will, therefore, be fraudulent or a misrepresentation (like a false license plate on a road-car which is not registered on the E-Natis system). To be a South African Champion (SA1), your result needs to be registered with the relevant authorities, which will be the case following this prestigious DO4SA event.
We are proud to announce the International events taking place on the 8th February 2014 (for the 2.1 modifieds), the 15th February (for the Hotrods) and March date still to be determined for the Late Models. After each event, the results will determine which competitors receive their Protea Colours for Motorsport. This is the highest achievement possible in Motorsport in South Africa, and we are proud to be in a position to offer you this opportunity.
The Regional events to be competed in at the various DO4SA-affiliated clubs in 2014 will determine which competitors receive their Regional Colours (WP, EC, OFS, etc). We are proud to have reached the point in our sport where Regional Colours will once again become a reality.