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Extreme Festival Racing Calendar 2019

Round
Date
Race Circuit (City)
Polo Cup 
GTC
1
2 March
Dezzi Raceway
(Natal)
Both
2
6 April
Zwartkops
(Pretoria)
Both
3
11 May
Killarney
(Cape Town)
Both
4
15 June
Scribante
(Port Elizabeth)
Both
5
27 July
Zwartkops
(Pretoria)
Both
6
31 August
East London
(EL)
Both
7
28 September
Killarney
(Cape Town)
Both
8
26 October
Red Star Raceway
(Johannesburg)
Both
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Falken Polo Cup

The ever popular Polo Cup Series, now in its 22nd year and 2nd year with the New Polo chassis, still proves to be the most popular one make racing series in South Africa.

Driver search winner Jonathan Mogotsi is in his third year, and has proved himself by claiming a few race wins and also taking the Rookie Championship in 2018.  His team mate this year is the 2017 driver search winner, Raais Asmal, who competed last year in the regional Superhatch saloon series and progressed into Polo Cup for 2018. 

With more than 24 cars on the grid, the Polo Cup race series is the largest one make racing series in the country, with close racing with identical cars across the field.

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Volkswagen Team in GTC

In 2019, Daniel Rowe will continue on with the team in GTC, in his Volkswagen Jetta, with newly promoted team mate Keagan Masters, who previously won all three GTC2 Championships (2016, 2017 and 2018) proving himself by stepping up to the main class of GTC.

In GTC2, Bradley Liebenberg will pilot the championship winning Golf GTI, together with Kyocera backed Adrian Wood in the sister Golf GTI.

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