The 2013 version of the Pro Tour gets underway at the Phakisa circuit between Welkom and Odendaalsrus in the Free State Goldfields tomorrow (Saturday 16 February 2013). The TAG Heuer Timing Africa Pro Tour Race Day to will feature five separate competing disciplines.
The GT Challenge, which b
South Africans Sheridan Morais and Ronan Quarmby both had successful outings a dramatic World Supersport race at MotorLand Aragon in Spain earlier today although the other South African in the event, Mathew Scholtz, was not as fortunate. Scholtz was out of the race almost before it started after
The fifth round of the 2012 Pro Tour lived up to pre-race expectations and put on a spectacular show at the Zwartkops Raceway earlier today.
Kawasaki ZX10 Masters Cup
In the absence of championship leader Stewart Macleod there was going to be at least one more name added to Macleod’s as Kawa
The fifth round of the 2012 Pro Tour Motor Racing Roadshow will take place at Zwartkops Raceway west of Pretoria on Saturday (30 June). With over 110 entries in six categories, close racing should be the order of the day.
The GT Challenge field will feature three classes. At the h
After the carnage of the first day of Round 5 of the Wesbank Super Series on Durban's streets, the drivers were slightly more cautious today and most of their cars came out of the racing unscathed.
Morning practice for the SA Single Seaters saw Simon Moss extend his dominance in the Formula V
The narrow roads and unforgiving walls on the street circuit set up as part of the Top Gear Festival in Durban claimed a number of victims over the past two days. First of the Wesbank Super Series competitors into the wall was Engen VW Cup driver Mark Silverwood, who destroyed the front of his V
South African Brad Binder returns to the international stage at Silverstone this weekend when he takes part in the Moto 3 Hertz British Grand Prix. The sixteen year old has not had the best of starts to the season with a number of unlucky incidents dogging him. Last time out, at the Gran Premi A
Mark Cronje and Robin Houghton took a well-deserved victory in the Total Rally earlier today. The pair brought their Sasol Ford Fiesta home almost 40 seconds ahead of Johnny Gemmell and Carolyn Swan (Castrol Team Toyota Auris) after two days and nearly 200 kilometres of special stages on the Kwa