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2016-08-29 14:25

READY FOR RACERS: The Motorsport Festival to be hosted Kyalami could be the circuit's biggest event yet. Image: Supplied

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Experience the new Kyalami race track with this awesome on-board lap by Porsche driver Michael Christensen behind the wheel of a 2016 911 GT3 RS!

Midrand - The Motorsport Festival at the Kyalami race track, scheduled from October 21-23 promises to be a spectacular event.

This first race meeting to be hosted at the extensively revised and revamped Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre, is expected to draw over 300 entries, making this event the biggest motorsport event at Kyalami yet!

This Motorsport South Africa (MSA) sanctioned event, incorporating the Extreme Festival and the DEOD Super GP Champions Trophy, will include the Sasol Global Touring Cars (GTC) Championship, V8 Supercars and V8 Masters, National and Regional Superbikes, G & H Transport Extreme Supercars, Engen Volkswagen Cup and Investchem Formula 1600 race series. 

Spectators can expect a thrilling line-up of local racing talent as the various categories do battle for the checquered flag. Improved spectator areas will ensure that visitors enjoy fantastic opportunities to see the racers in action.
 
Entry for adults is priced at R150 per day or R250 for both days. Children under 12 years of age will enjoy free access. Hospitality packages and early-bird discounts are also available.

Tickets are limited, visit the website and click on the Computicket link, to ensure that you and your family are part of this historic event.


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