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Kyalami Motorsport Festival returns in November

2017-09-04 11:36

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Johannesburg - The Kyalami Motorsport Festival returns with action packed racing on November 4.

The Motorsport Festival will incorporate a round of the Extreme Festival, providing  2 and 4-wheeled racing at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit.

Categories on the day will include Sasol Global Touring Cars, Engen Volkswagen Cup, Investchem Formula 1600, Hankook Formula Vee and the G&H Transport Extreme Supercars, 111 & Superhatch, VW Challenge, Kawasaki ZX10 Cup, Bridgestone Thunderbikes,  Challenge and Sub 10.

The rolling thunder V8s will return, making a guest appearance at Kyalami, with more than 30 cars from the V8 Supercar and Cape Town based V8 Master categories in a 10 lap heat.

Spectator embankments at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit offer excellent views on the Circuit and visitors are encouraged to bring and braai. A grid walk will take place during lunch time where spectators can meet the drivers, and see the race cars up-close on the starting line.

Details:

Tickets can be purchased at iTickets.co.za.

General access starts from R50 and premium package at R400.

Pit passes are R75 each.

Free entry is granted for children younger than 12.


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