Every year, this publication covers South African circuit racing at national and inland level, giving support and praise to competitors who choose to spend their often frugal spare budgets on the adrenaline game.
At the end of the year, we compile a Gallery of Champions, to honour those who emerge at the top of the various title chases.
These are the 2021 winners:
Bradley Liebenberg (Sparco SupaPolo) beat off formidable opposition to take the SupaPolo crown. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
– Charl Arangies used five separate sports cars to take the G&H Transport Extreme Supercar title. Here he pedals his Lamborghini Gallardo. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Leyton Fourie (Universal Motorsport Polo) took the season’s VW Polo Cup championship at the final meeting of the year. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Gert van den Berg (Rhema) took a series of consistent podium places to clinch the year’s Gormula Vee title, Picture: Paul Bedford.
Jeffrey Kruger (Universal Health Birkin) drove briliantly in all sorts of conditions to clinch the season’s Lotus Challenge title. Picture: Paul Bedford.
The year’s Kawasaki Masters Cup went to old-timer Graeme van Breda (Stefanutti Stocks ZX10). Picture: Paul Blackburn.
THE Pozidrive Volkswagen Challenge title went to Piere-Luigi Muzzulini, via a series of class wins with his FSS Logistics Polo. Picture: Paul Bedford.
Andreas Meier did enough to win the year’s Bridgestone BMW Car Club title before the end of the season. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Veteran Peter Lindenberg ended his circuit racing career by clinching the Marlboto Crane Hire championship for Pre-1966 Legend Saloon Cars. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Peter Bailey (Bailey Cars Porsche 917) ended up as the Pre-1974 International Sports Prototype champion. Picture: Paul Blackburn.
Roger Houston took his Alfa Giulietta to the year’s Marlboro Crane Hire Pre 1966 Under Two-Litre Saloon Car title. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
James Temple (Daytona Coupe) emerged as champion in the category for Marlboro Crane Hire Pre-1966 Le Mans Sports Cars. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
The season’s Marlboro Crane Hire championship for Pre-1966 Little Giants went to veteran race car builder John ten Doeschate in this Ford powered Protea. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Peter Bailey (Porsche 911 RSR) took the category for Pre-1990 Sports Cars. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
A series of smooth class wins clinched the year’s Midvaal Historics title for JJ Venter in his Volkswagen Jetta. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Sean Hepburn obtained some sponsorship from the Automobile Association and rewarded them by winning the Pre-1980 Saloon Car title in his Datsun 1200., Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Sean Forget drove his immaculate Opel Kadett Cub brilliantly all season, to write the year’s Car Care Clinic SuperHatch title behind his name. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Wynand du Plessis scored regularly to win the Charlies Super Spar Pursuit championship overall in his Porsche 944. Picture: Paul Blackburn.
Phillip Meyer (Porsche 944) drove consistantly all season to clinch the year’s Car Care Clinic 111 Sports Car title. Picture: Paul Bedford.
The yeará Car Care Clinic 111 Saloon Car category went to Mark du Toit in this Trans Africa Racing BMW Z4. Picture: Dave Ledbitter.
Veteran campaigner Marius Jacobs took his Nissan turbocharged powered spaceframe Opel Tigra to the season’s Silvercup title. Picture: Paul Bedford.
Henk Lategan and Brett Cummings of Gazoo Racing Toyota Hilux. Picture: Nadia Jordaan.
Lance Trethewey and Adriaan Roets consistently won the Special Vehicle category in their King Price Special, to clinch the year’s Cross Country title with two races left to run. Picture: Nadia Jordaan