CHARGER, Seef Fourie Junior takes his Maxtrac to victory in Saturday’s second Liqui Moly Legends car race
Devin Robertson was not finished, winning the opening Liqui Moly Legends race in his Big Boss Auto car.
He was followed by Seef Fourie Junior (Maxtrack Legend) and Di Matteo (Rock Raceway Legend).
A gaggle of spinning cars in race two gave Seef Fourie a healthy lead in race two and he hung on to win from Robertson and Di Matteo.
Race three saw Fourie impeded by another spinning car and Robertson took his fourth victory of the day, ahead of Willie Erasmus (Ananzi Legend) and Shaun Nel (Legend).
Rinus Plomp (RSi Autobody Subaru STi) won the first Silver Cup race from Adrian Dalton (Xtra Shoes Golf Supra) and Freek Blignaut (Mitspro Mazda 3 MPS).
An off-road excursion dropped Plomp back in race two, giving the victory to Dalton, ahead of Blignaut and a recovered Plomp.
Brendan Hall (Tyco Honda CRX) and Dirk Lawrence (Vaal Timbers Honda Ballade) finished first and second in both the Yokohama Modified Production Car races, with Ian Ehlers (FEC VW Polo) and Willtin Brauer (African Power Honda Civic) taking the two third places, respectively.
Jannie van Rooyen (VW Scirocco) led the opening Midvaal Historics race throughout, only to spin in the very last corner.
The win went to Miguel Ribeiro (Metal used Spares Alfa Romeo), followed by Gert Botes (JC Security Escort) and Seef Fourie Senior (Kärcher Datsun 140Z).
Van Rooyen made no mistake the second time and won from Ribeiro and Botes.
The fight between Jose De Carvalho (Alfa Romeo 155) and Ralph Kernes (Alfetta)
Pole man Cuan Helen (Alfa Junior) won the opening Alfa Trofeo Series race from Jacques Baartman (Alfa GT) and Jose de Carvalho (Alfa 155).
De Carvalho won the second time, leading home Ralph Kernes (Alfetta) and Shane Baartman (Alfa GTV).
Thomas Reib (Igoli Star FVW) and Alex Gillespie (ERP Trucking Mygale) finished first and second in both the Monoposto races.
Louis van der Merwe (VW Commercial Witbank ) and Nicolas Zavallone (Speads) took the two final podium places, respectively.
Ferdinand Frederick (Embane BMW) won the first Sub-10 Superbike race from Gavin Upton (Turn-skill Kawasaki) and Dirk Stols (MIK Services Kawasaki).
Stols won the next time, followed by Frederick and Upton.
The day’s quickest lap time of 61,54 seconds went to Sean Moore in his Ziegler SA PVP Superkart.
Moore also won both of the day’s races, leading home Dayne Angel (Autohaus PVP) and Bevan Williams (Kempston PVP) respectively.