Cape Town drivers in top form at Killarney

Capetonians featured prominently in Saturday’s major national meeting, at Killarney Raceway.

Cape Town-based Ronald Slamet gets to turn one first at the start of the ZX10 cup race, at Killarney, on Saturday. He went on to win convincingly. Picture: Colin Brown
Anthony Pretorius found the wall outside damps dip corner came to meet him very quickly. He was lucky and able to exit the car under his own power. His Polo cup car on the other hand, not so. Picture: Colin Brown
One of the highlights of the meeting was when Cape Town’s own young Andrew Rackstraw pulled off the win in the GTC Class with some determined driving. Picture: Colin Brown
Reaobaka Komane did this amazing landing and carried on to finish the Polo cup race during Saturday’s action at Killarney. Picture: Colin Brown
The National Polo Cup Class is probably the most hotly-contested racing in the country. Young Giordano Lupini, from Cape Town, managed to get a ride in this first round and won the race, much to the delight of the partisan crowd. Picture: Fuad Esack
When the front rows of the extreme super car grid are made up of Audi R8s, Lamborghinis, Porches and Ferraris with most other supercar makes following, you know it’s going to sound amazing and look great. The dark green Porche went on to set a new lap record of 1min 8.28 seconds and won the race. Picture: Colin Brown