Chad ten Doeschate (TAR GSM Dart)
Youngster Chad ten Doeschate (TAR GSM Dart) won both races for SKF Pre-1966/68 Little Giant cars, setting the category’s quickest lap time in the process.
On the first occasion he led home Vic Campher (Tom Campher Volvo P1800), Keith van Heerden (Jaguar D-Type) and Marco Taylor (Alfa Romeo Junior).
In race two Van Heerden, John McKerchar (Porsche RSK) and Andy Gossman (Datsun Sunny) took the runner-up places, respectively.
Rob Gearing (Birkin 7) and Jeffrey Kruger (Lotus 7) finished first and second in both of the day’s Sabat Lotus Challenge races.
Anton Muller (Birkin 7) and Jeff Gable (Birkin 7) took the respective final podium places.
Dave Leyshon (VW Scirocco) won the opening Handicap Series race from Hubi von Moltke (Mercedes-Benz 280E) and Stan Stacey (Alfa Romeo GTV).
Danny Kloes (Alfa Romeo GTV) took the second victory, ahead of Stuart Grant (Mercedes-Benz 280E) and Von Moltke.
Veteran Ian Schofield (Investchem Mygale) won the first Investchem Formula Ford Kent race from Andrew Horne (Xena Chemicals Royale) and Graham Hepburn (Suburban Body Ray).
Horne won the second time around, leading home Andy Schofield (Investchem Reynard) and Jeff Gable (Van Diemen).
Anton Raaths (Exclusive Auto Chev Camaro) won the first race for Marlboro Crane Hire Pre-1979 Saloon Car races, leading home Neil Reynecke (Exclusive Auto Chev Can-Am) and George Avvakoumides (Ocean Basket Porsche 911 RSR).
Avvakoumides won the second time, followed by Reynecke and Jannie van Rooyen (VW Scirocco).
The next round of the 2016 Historic Series will take place at Dezzi Raceway in KwZulu Natal on Saturday, June 4.
Story courtesy of Andre De Kock – The Citizen.
Pictures courtesy of RacePics.co.za.