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Shelby SA opens orders for Shelby F-150, to overwhelming response

By: Irma Venter     5th June 2018 South Africans do love their bakkies – and the bigger the better, it seems. “We are delighted to confirm that the order book is open for a limited number of 565 kW Shelby F-150 bakkies to satisfy the ultimate needs of South African bakkie owners,” Shelby South Africa (SA) CEO Peter Lindenberg... 

Upgraded Kyalami receives key Grade 2 motor racing certification

By: Irma Venter     23rd September 2016 Kyalami’s 4.522 km Grand Prix circuit has been certified by the Federation International de l’Automobile (FIA) as a Grade 2 race track, following an extensive refurbishment process that started in May last year. Kyalami is the only motor-racing facility in Africa with such accreditation, says... 

Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit restoration project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     9th September 2016 Kyalami’s 4.522 km Grand Prix circuit has been certified by the Federation International de l’Automobile as a Grade 2 race track. 

New-look Kyalami certified by FIA for 'any racing, except Formula One'

By: Irma Venter     6th September 2016 Kyalami’s 4.522 km Grand Prix circuit has been certified by the Federation International de l’Automobile (FIA) as a Grade 2 race track, following an extensive refurbishment process that started in May last year. Kyalami is the only motor-racing facility in Africa with such accreditation, says... 

Swedish motorcycle brand launches 701 bike range in SA

By: Simon Sonnekus     19th February 2016 Swedish motorcycle manufacturer Husqvarna launched its 701 Enduro and Supermoto models at wholesaler Puzey’s Biker’s Warehouse, in Gauteng, last month. The range will spearhead the new range of Husqvarna road motorcycles. The company, which was acquired by Austrian motorcycle company KTM from... 

SA team finishes third in gruelling Dakar race

By: Irma Venter     29th January 2016 Toyota Gazoo Racing South Africa (SA) has wrapped up Dakar 2016 with a third place in the gruelling South American event. The race was won by Stephane Peterhansel (Peugeot), with Nasser Al-Attiyah (Mini) in second place. 

Another podium finish for Toyota and Giniel, but gold medal proves elusive

By: Irma Venter     18th January 2016 Toyota Gazoo Racing South Africa (SA) has wrapped up Dakar 2016 with a third place in the gruelling South American event. The race was won by Stephane Peterhansel (Peugeot), with Nasser Al-Attiyah (Mini) in second place. 

Rory Beattie

3rd April 2015 Main Activity of the Company: Automotive Date and Place of Birth: Johannesburg, South Africa 

Crawl, walk, run . . . and then only race, cautions new Kyalami owner

By: Irma Venter     17th October 2014 It is second time lucky for Toby Venter. Ten years ago, he negotiated to buy the Kyalami racetrack, but “the deal did not materialise”. “When the opportunity came around again, I told my team that this was our last chance to secure the track. I didn’t think we’d succeed, but we did,” says Venter. 

Crawl, walk, run . . . and then only race, cautions new Kyalami owner

By: Irma Venter     17th October 2014 It is second time lucky for Toby Venter. Ten years ago he negotiated to buy the Kyalami racetrack, but “the deal did not materialise”. 

SKF Automotive Products take the Chequered Flag

17th July 2014 On-road or off-road, two wheels or four, the SKF name has become synonymous with motorsport through turn-key sponsorships that include products, technical advice and specialised service support. “Few environments are as challenging as motorsport,” says Gary Czapski, who heads up SKF South... 

Agriculture, Furniture & Marmalade – Southern African motorsport heroes  

30th January 2013 An African team is set to race in the famous Le Mans 24-hour sports car race in 2014 – and the man behind the wheel is Brenthurst Foundation director Greg Mills. Mills is an avid amateur racing driver. He was a South African karting champion in the 1980s, competes in historic car series and raced... 

All-African team eyes Le Mans entry

By: Irma Venter     17th August 2012 If everything goes according to plan, Africa will have a team competing at the Le Mans 24-hour motor race in 2014, to be held in France. The drive behind this dream is Greg Mills, hobby racer, as well as director of the Oppenheimer-family-funded Brenthurst Foundation, which has the aim of... 

SA entry into Le Mans 2014 on the cards

By: Irma Venter     24th July 2012 If everything goes according to plan, Africa will have a team competing at the Le Mans 24-hour motor race in 2014, to be held in France. The drive behind this dream is Greg Mills, hobby racer, as well as director of the Oppenheimer-family-funded Brenthurst Foundation, which has the aim of... 

Hein Momberg

By: Nomvelo Buthelezi     6th July 2012 Position: MD of Fiberpipe Main Activity of the Company: Manufacture of glass-reinforced pipe for water and sewer applications 

Company Announcement: Team Sasol wins the Tour Natal Rally

26th March 2012 In an exciting first race in the South African National Rally Championship this weekend, Mark Cronje and Robin Houghton of Team Sasol charged across the finish line in first place, at the Total Rally in KwaZulu Natal.  

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