Killarney superstar Dave McFadden is going to be up against multiple champion Clint Seller, as well as Michael White, Morne Geldenhuys, Darryn Upton, Mark Newland and Dylan Barnard, when South Africa’s fastest Superbikers battle it out for title points during the second round of the national SuperGP at Killarney on Sat. (March24).
In the Super600 class, local boy Hayden Jonas will have a home track advantage against Blaze Baker and Adolf Boshoff (who traded fastest Laps in the Zwartkops qualifying session) and Aiden Liebenberg, William Friend and Byron Bester – to mention but a few.
The Cape riders should present a threat in this one – Kewyn Snyman, competing in the Super300’s, made his way to the front of the pack in the first race at Zwartkops and took a comfortable 8-second win. Dino Iozzo, Chase Hulscer, Taric van der Merwe as well as the ladies Zante Otto and Savannah Woodward are all going to be hard on the throttle as they fight for the right to occupy the top step of the podium this time round.
This SuperGP promises to be a day not to be missed. Because with a two wheel advantage that allows them more space to manoeuvre than the cars, the riders can be relied on to thrill the crowd as they pass and repass one another – even in the corners.
But it’s also a day of family entertainment and the Trackside Pub and Grill as well as the New Pits Lounge on the other side of the track, offers refreshment and great food. Let the younger ones have some fun in the Kiddies Korner outside the clubhouse, where they can safely race around on the pedal go-karts, or enjoy getting rid of the extra energy on the jungle gyms.