Upcoming Events


If the last few events are anything to go by, this coming Saturdays MSA Drag racing event promises to be action packed.  Adding even more to the attractions will be an IASCA Soundoff and Spinning at the New Pit facility as well as Short Circuit Racing on the oval side of the facility.

Practice sessions are scheduled to kick off at 9am with competitive rounds expected to start later in the morning with on track action taking place till late into the afternoon.

The IASCA soundoff will be a South African record event where competitors have a chance to break current records. The Western Cape holds quite a few SA Records including One World Record that was set at Killarney last month. This event is also the last event for Western Cape competitors to add vital points to qualify for the IASCA Finals is Durban on the 9th/10th December 2017. For IASCA and Soundoff related queries please contact Riaz on solaraudio@gmail.com / 0796778861.

Drag racing entries and competitors info;

Pre entries and Drag section meeting – Wednesday 22 November between 6pm and 8pm (the meeting would start at roughly 7,30pm)

On race day, entries will be held at gate no 1 from 07h30 till 10h00.

All New drag racing competitors are urged to acquire their MSA competition licences before the event as this is a detailed process that needs to be completed accurately.

Additional steps are being looked at in order to improve this process for both the competitors and Motorsport SA.

For more info visit MSA’s website http://www.motorsport.co.za/ or call the Cape Town office on 021 556-1026. Please see below for detailed info on the MSA licences and costs.

For this Saturday, spectators pay R70 pp, U16 R20 and U12 free.

For more info on this or other events contact the WPMC admin office on 021 557-1639 or email admin@wpmc.co.za

Drag Racing participant’s info: Entries at gate no 1 from 7.30am till 10am on race day.

Entry fees: R280 per competitor, R170 for WPMC Club member.

MSA LICENCE INFO: MSA licence required for all competitors.

MSA SOCIAL LICENCE) Info for STREETCARS NOT running quicker than 12,5 seconds.

# The SLD disc that was sold to drag competitors last year who competed in the Street Legal Drag Class has been replaced by the Social Licence and does not cater for motorcycles.  The social licence is only available for competitors in the Street Legal Drag Class.

# The cost of the social licence is R300 and medical insurance is an additional R341 (total of R641). If you don’t take the MSA medical insurance you have to submit proof of your own medical aid and confirmation that your medical aid will cover you for motor racing.  This needs to be submitted with the licence application.

# These licences can be issued to members of the public (there is no need to be a WPMC member in order to be able to take out this licence)

ONE EVENT LICENCES) For all competitors:

# Motorsport SA one event licences are available at a cost of R337 per person for CARS and R446 per person for MOTORCYCLES.  including compulsory medical insurance. Only club members will be allowed to score points to any championships.

# Competitors able to run quicker than 11,5 seconds at Killarney require a MSA Club status licence and compulsory medical insurance.


The same medical requirements count for ALL MSA Licences (i.e. Social, OE and full annual licences).  Therefor ALL competitors 50 and over need to submit a stress ECG for approval before a licence can be issued to them, this cannot be done on the day of the event as the ECG needs to be approved by MSA before the licence can be issued.


Also note; If a competitor answers yes to any of the medical questions we also can’t issue him with a licence on the day.  His form would need to be looked at and approved by MSA first.

December 2 Final.

The Western Province Motor Club is going to be ringing the 2017 motorsport curtain down at Killarney, with a big double whammy on Sat. December 2.

Starting in the morning, in addition to the final round of the hugely successful Power Series sponsored by Wingfield Motors, that includes a Breakfast Run Grand Prix as well as a variety of Mike Hopkins motorcycle  events, there will also be races for Fine and Classic cars, Supercars, the big V8 Masters cars and Formula Libre single seaters.

Later in the afternoon the action switches across to the Stock Car oval, where it is due to continue until early evening. Here, spectators will have the advantage of being able to select a seat of their choice on the new Rallycross grandstands, to help them enjoy the 4th round of the Hell Drivers smash-‘n -grab, summer championship.    

But back on the main circuit, where the powerful V8 Masters category leads the hit parade with a record 18 car entry. As far as the results are concerned, a dozen and a half big V8’s are going to need space to manoeuvre and they could easily end up in a typical rallycross tangle.

So, while Gauteng’s Fabio Tafani has literally been the master of all he surveyed (on the track), the lease for the chequered flag still has to be signed. Multiple former champion Marcel Angel is anxious to finish the season in style, as is long distance British visitor Stephan Young. Enzo Kuun is a former rally titleholder, while Carl Nel has been in sparkling form this year. It’s really, all wide open.

Then if the Bold Marine GTi Challenge lives up to its promise, it could be one of the day’s best shootouts. Here it’s likely to be Jano van der Westhuizen (Polo Vivo) and Shane du Toit (VW Golf 2), providing the highlights in class A, with Jacques Geldenhuys (VW Golf 2) and Mario Roux  (VW Jetta 2), doing the same in class B.

But it’s class C where the fireworks can be expected. Because Marco and Dario Busi, as well as young Giordano Lupini, are going to have to contend with Guy Fawkes lookalike Brett Roach. Now Roach is an explosive  crackerjack, who takes no prisoners. Don’t miss this one.     


Click here to download SRs: Dec_Power_Series_SRs

Click here to download Entry Form: Power_Series_Entry_Form_

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