Spinners take to the track

Spinners from across the city wasted no time in taking to the track at Killarney on Saturday following an invite from Cape Hell Drivers, in the first official event for the year. Instead of just showing off their impressive spinning skills, the drivers also took part in racing events on the day.

The first race meet of the season held at the weekend, at Killarney raceway, involved Cape Hell Drivers with an excellent turnout of 20 spinners who came to try their hand at oval track racing. Picture: Colin Brown
Cape spinning hero, Edward Campher, aka Eddie Rasta,from Elsies River, never fails to impress in his iconic Ford Cortina. Picture: Colin Brown
Mitchell’s Plain teenager, Raees Weir, 16, a Grade 11 pupil behind the wheel of his immaculate Ford Escort, thrilled the crowd when he burned the rear tyres off. Picture: Colin Brown
Zain de la Rey, back from a long absence, hugs the inner corner in the 1660 modified race, during Saturday’s opening event at Killarney.
Lisa Laubscher, in her Fiat Uno, catches the corner kerb during the junior development race. Picture: Colin Brown