In the Super600 class it has been all about Steven Odendaal (Petra Yamaha R6) and Adolf Boshoff (NeoLife Africa Yamaha R6). With two wins and two second places each they are tied at the top of the championship log. Blaze Baker (Uncle Andy Suzuki GSXR 600) has finished third in all four races this season and will be looking to bridge the gap to the leading duo.
Nicole van Aswegen (Women in Motorsport Triumph 675) has shown serious pace this season and has been rewarded with results that have given her fourth spot on the championship log ahead of Byron Bester (Hi-Tech Elements Kawasaki ZX6) and Alex van den Berg (Kawasaki ZX6).
Despite poor results after popping his motor at Phakisa, Brandon Staffen still has a slender lead in the SuperJunior championship. He will have to be at the top of his game at Zwartkops to keep that lead intact. Aidan Liebenberg, who did not compete in the opening round, took two comfortable wins at Phakisa and will be looking for another full-house of points. Camron Hackart, Tyreece Robert and Dominic Doyle have all scored podium finished this season and will be aiming to move up to the top step at Zwartkops.
In addition to the national and interprovincial classes there will be a full program of Northern Regions racing including BOTTS, Ladies Cup, Breakfast Run and Formula Xtreme. The 250 Cup and KTM 390Seniors will also be in action.