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STREETRACING WEEKEND AT KILLARNEY: Sat 14th and Sun 15th July 2012

12 July 2012 One Comment


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KILLARNEY DRAGSConfirmed entries for this event include the ever improving “Mike’s Place” team of Billy Brink in his Mk4 VW Golf and Eugene Wicomb (aka Gino) in his Mk3 Toyota Supra. Also a big thank you to “Mike’s Place” from Marlize Hoon (aka IB6UB9) for their support in getting her back on to the circuit due to a catastrophic engine failure earlier this year in her Mk2 VW Golf. Marlize will be aiming to better her previous time of 14,2 seconds over the quarter mile. Other top competitors confirmed to be at the track on Saturday include Ruben Wright in his eXITe Extreme Racing 2 litre, 8 valve naturally aspirated Mk 1 Golf. Ruben is hoping to improve on his personal best time of 12,6 seconds. Yaseen Ebrahim and Werner Kruger will once again be in action in their Golf 6 GTi DSG hoping to improve on their previous 12,3 second pass. Also keep an eye out for Leon Davids (13,89 sec Mk1 Escort) and Michael Withers (15 sec E46 BMW 330i). Brendon Moore hopes to be back in action after breaking a drive shaft at the last event and BadBrad is working furiously to be back in his ProFit Mk1 Golf.

Top competitors expected to return this weekend on two wheels include Heinrich Slamet on his Suzuki GSXR K8 1000 (The Great White). Heinrich will be pushing hard to better his previous best of 9,2 seconds over the quarter mile. Garion Slamet will be pushing hard on his Suzuki GSXR 750 K8 to improve on his very impressive best time of 9,3 seconds. Ralton Syce will also be returning on his Suzuki GSXR 750 K7 with a best time of 9,8 seconds. Richard Slamet will be making the trip all the way from Namibia to come ride his Suzuki Hayabusa 1300 on Killarney in an attempt to better his record of 8,9 seconds on the Namibian track.


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