Topping events at the festival — which took place in front of empty grandstands — were two rounds of the Oettinger Polo Cup championship, with the first going to Justin Oates (Total Polo), leading home Darion Busi (Universal Health Polo) and Jurie Swart (G-Energy Polo).

Busi won the next time out, followed by Darren Oates and Justin Oates.

Jeffrey Kruger (Universal Health Polo) grabbed the first GTC2 SupaCup win, chased by Bradley Liebenberg (VW Motorsport Polo) and Jonathan Mogotsi (VW Motorsport Polo).

Liebenberg won race two, ahead of Kruger and Mogotsi.

111 GT Cars: ‘Take two’ for Bob Neill

Both the races for 111 GT Cars went to Robert “Bob” Neill (Delmon Mining Ford Focus ST) followed by Wouter Roos (Car Care Clinic VW Golf), with Richard de Roos (RDR Porsche RSR) and Mark du Toit (TAR BMW Z4) sharing the respective third places.

Robert Neill leads the 111 GT Cars pack. Image: Supplied

G&H Transport Extreme Supercars

The first race for G&H Transport Extreme Supercars went to Franco Scribante (Porsche 977), ahead of Silvio Scribante (Audi A4) and Chris Budnik (Dodge Viper).

Budnik’s Viper was thumped into the Zwartkops scenery soon after the start of race two, with the resultant damage eventually causing his retirement.

That left Franco and Silvio Scribante to take the first two places again, this time with Gianni Giannocarro (G&H Transport Lamborghini Gallardo) on the final podium place.

Franco Scribante in action. Image: Supplied

Car Care Clinic Superhatch

Jonathan du Toit (TAR Honda Civic) won the opening Car Care Clinic Superhatch race, beating Andre Dannhauser (Pro Auto Opel Corsa) and Melanie Spurr (Car Care Clinic Polo) to the line.

Du Toit took race two as well, this time followed by Nic Martin (RDG Peugeot) and Donavan le Roux (Mechanical Masters Honda Civic).

SA Superbike and Red Square Kawasaki Masters

Clintor Seller clinched the honours for both the SA Superbike races. Image: Supplied

Reigning champion Clinton Seller (King Price Yamaha R1) took both the SA Superbike races ahead of Garrick Vlok (DCCS Yamaha R1) and David MacFadden (Yamaha R1).

Greame van Breda (Stefanutti Stocks ZX10) won the opening Red Square Kawasaki Masters race from Michael Smit (Kawasaki ZX10) and Jonty Collard (Pappas Pizza ZX10).

Van Breda won race two as well, this time followed by Gareth Bezuidenhout (Kawasaki ZX10) and Smit.

The next round of the Extreme Festival will be held at Zwartkops on Saturday 12 September.


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