Some of the top names in local motorsport are among the entries for the one-hour Burly Pro GTi Challenge Enduro, the headline event at the ninth and final round of the 2019 Power Series sponsored by Wingfield Motors, with support from media partner Kfm 94.5, at Killarney International Raceway on Saturday 30 November.
They include Polo Cup contender Jurie Swart and E36 Cup Rallycross star Zack Groenewald, who will be sharing the Alpine Autohaus Polo, as well as top Mikes Place Clubmans driver Colin Meder, partnered with former GTi Challenge stalwart Andrew Goslett, now better known as a tuner, in the International Tube Technologies Polo 6R.
Keep an eye out for Colin Smith, sharing his daughter Leigh-Anne’s VW Golf, and Carel van der Merwe, partnered in a Golf Mk1 by his mother Stephanie!
A strong entry of 39 cars for the Millstock Cars Pre 1980 and 1990 Cars and Shatterfix Fine Cars ensures close and probably robust racing.
A combined total of 27 entries for the V8 Masters and Makita Supercars promises more doorhandle-bashing action.
There will also be demonstration races featuring a mixed bag of Clubmans and E36 Cup racers, each one carrying a passenger – the winners of an online competition.
Fine food and ice-cold drinks are available at the revamped, upmarket Trackside Pub and Grill, upstairs at the Clubhouse, light snacks and even colder drinks at the New Pits Lounge and the Karting Clubhouse.
Watch all the action from cameras around the circuit on TV screens on the Clubhouse Balcony and in the New Pits Lounge, then hop on the free Hyundai Shuttle and watch it live from vantage points all round the circuit.
Bring the whole family – there are pedal karts, jungle gyms and more for petrolheads-in-training, as well as nappy-changing, breast-feeding and toilet facilities, at the Clubhouse Kiddies Korner.
Gates open at 7:30 am, racing begins at 10:00 am. Book through Computicket or pay at the gate: Adults R80, scholars under 16 R20 and children under 12 free.