You are here:


KZNRRC kicks off with full grids

13.02.2017

The KZN Road Racing Club's first road racing meeting of 2017 has come and gone without a hitch, and a mighty fine affair it was too.

Somewhere around 130 competitors with their crews, a couple of dozen officials and about 500 paying spectators had a great day in motorsport. Everything went according to the programme, except for a 20 minute delay when EljoStigling bounced his Ford Focus ST through a ditch and into a bank early on in the day. Nobody was hurt and things soon got back to normal.

Dezzi Raceway is a splendid venue for an outing, where spectators can bring coolboxes, braais, food and chairs without let or hindrance while they watch some exciting motorsport. The pits are open to all, which is a breath of fresh air in this day and age, and there are now plenty of ablution blocks around the circuit. 

The next meeting on 4 March will hopefully bring some cooler weather. To keep up with future plans and events visit www.kznrrc.co.za or pop in at the KZN Road Racing Club or Dezzi Raceway Facebook pages. 

 

Results Motorcycles:                                               

Formula Extreme

Blaze Baker

Malcolm Rudman

Nikolai Conci

 

Breakfast Run

Bryce Hills

Wesley Schmidt

Franco Santoro 

 

CBR150

Jesse Conci

Vincent De Bock

Luke Walters

 

CBR150 MASTERS

Roy Hallett

Leo Booysen

Martin Osner

 

NSF100

Lee Singh

 

Open

Duncan Day

Roy Hallett

Rodney Vera

 

Super Motards

Malcolm Rudman

Quintus Van Rooyen

Shaun Joffe

 

300 Class

Lubbe Meyer

Gona Pillay

Ashley Dove

 

Drifters

Craig Tarlington

Mitch Vera

Baron O'Hagan

 

Cars

Modifieds A

Ronald Van Rensburg

Dylan Mordaunt

Clinton Bezuidenhout

 

Modifieds B

Richard Loynes

Rohan Jarvis

Garth Scott

 

Super Modifieds

Paul Tarboton

Lionel Taylor

 

Time Challenge

ShirenRajpaul

Zahid Hassim

Pierre Potgieter

 

Open Wheels

Chris Wooley

Byron Oliver

Rob Mordaunt

 

Super GT

Mike Mcloughlin

Greg Parton

Willie De Beer

 

Inex Legends

Richard Upton

Richard Van Heerden

Kanaya Maharaj

Article written by Gavin Foster
13.02.2017
Comments
You have an opportunity to be the first by writing a comment about this article. Ask a question or share your opinion!
 
Notify me via email when someone comments or replies
- Enter security code