Race Tracks

Killarney is a classic racetrack - ideal for novices but also a stern challenge for those willing to pin back their ears.

The 3.2km circuit hosted the F1 Cape Grand Prix in the early 1960's and put the likes of Jim Clark and Stirling Moss through their fabled paces. Since then it has developed every facet of circuit racing, including Motocross, Karting, Super Motards, Stock Cars and Drag Racing - but most importantly, Fantastic Racing!

Just 30 minutes north of Cape Town city centre in South Africa, the track boasts magnificent views of Table Mountain.

For further information go to Killarney website.
Kyalami is a world-class racetrack with a rich motorsport heritage. It has played host to no less than 21 Formula 1 Grands Prix as well as five rounds of the World Superbike series.

The 4.2km circuit consists of long straights and a heady mix of fast and slow corners - not to mention the infamous mine shaft - providing an exhilarating challenge that continues to test the technical skill of the world's top racing drivers.

Kyalami is located 30 minutes from the heart of Sandton, the financial hub of Johannesburg, South Africa

For further information go to Kyalami website.
At 2.4km, Zwartkops racetrack is short on length but definitely not on excitement and racing challenges.

The racetrack comprises eight corners, including three fast bends and one 180° hairpin turn. Above all, the "Big Z" is designed to be a driver's circuit that tests technical ability to the max.

Zwartkops is located midway between Johannesburg and Pretoria, South Africa.

For further information go to Zwartkops website.
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