The Engen Volkswagen Mug arrangement, known for its hearty dashing strategies and "school of harsh times" methodology to national motorsport, conveyed on an alternate energizing race day at Phakisa. With three rounds to go in the 2014 title, there are some reasonable fight lines drawn.
Title pioneer Daniel Rowe (11) left the Phakisa round of the Super Arrangement still at the front of this one-make arrangement – however by a tight five-point edge. His closest opponent now is his colleague, Sheldon van der Linde (16).
Rowe's weekend begun well with the quickest qualifying time – with Van der Linde and Dewald Brummer (2) demonstrating the following two snappiest racers. Rowe then based on that pace to win the first race, with Brummer taking second and Van der Linde in third spot. Trevor Flat (M6) was the speediest of the Bosses contenders, bringing his Polo Vivo home in fifth spot.
In race two things went amiss for Rowe when he was unceremoniously aided off the circuit in the penultimate lap, smashing through one of the hindrances simultaneously. This pushed him directly down the request and he completed outside of the main 10 generally speaking for the day.
Van der Linde asserted the checkered banner in race two, with Brummer in second spot and Dull balancing the main three – with the general results for the day demonstrating this same request.,The Phakisa occasion saw Michael Gibson (21) in his first post position begin in the arrangement and it was Matt Shorter (33) who was recompensed the Driver of the Day title – completing seventh in general on his presentation in the arrangement.
Zwartkops is the following trip for the Engen Volkswagen Glass racers – on Saturday,The Engen Volkswagen Cup series competition