Zwartkops Raceway

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Bridgestone BMW Club Racing Series

 

The popular Bridgestone BMW Club Racing Series made their way to the Zwartkops Raceway in Pretoria on Saturday 17 September for the sixth round of the 2016 Championship

Paulo Loureiro (E36 M3) was happy to start from the third row of the grid

Paulo Loureiro (E36 M3) was happy to start from the third row of the grid

 

Qualifying

 

Julian Fameliaris (E36 328i Turbo) claimed pole position ahead of Manny Ribeiro (E36 M3) who was out for the first time in his new G&H Transport sponsored entry. Class B frontrunner Riaan Woest (E46 M3 GTR) would line up on the second row of the grid with Stefano Martinelli (E36 328i Turbo) making a welcome return in fourth.

 

Paulo Loureiro (E36 M3) was happy to start from the third row of the grid with Philip Smit (E46 M3) surprising the rest of the class C brat pack to claim a top six grid position.

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Inland Championship

 

Zwartkops Raceway was the setting for the seventh round of the 2016 Inland Championship this past weekend with non-stop action highlighting another brilliant race day.

 

Justin Robertson (Master) not afraid to mix it up out front with the young guns

Justin Robertson (Master) not afraid to mix it up out front with the young guns

 

As usual the INEX Legends series kicked off proceedings with an action packed first race. Divan Myburgh (Pro) took an early lead ahead of Clinton Bezuidenhout (Young Lion) and Seef Fourie (Pro). Fourie took the lead on lap two with Lonika Maartens (Semi-Pro) and Myburgh hot on his heels. Maartens grabbed the lead on the penultimate lap of the race and only just held on for the win ahead of Fourie and Myburgh.

 

The second race picked up where the last one left off as Maartens took an early lead ahead of cousins Divan and Llewellyn Myburgh. Divan gained the lead on lap two with Fourie coming through to claim second by lap six. A last lap tussle with Divan handed the victory to Llewellyn with Anro Stadler taking second ahead of Bezuidenhout.

 

The third and final race continued the non-stop action with Fourie taking the lead early on. Determined to make up for the lost points in race two he put his head down and went on to take a comfortable victory ahead of Stadler and Divan Myburgh.

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