The Killarney Time Attack powered by MasterDrive will again be taking place this year. In its second year of running, MasterDrive will be entering a team to compete thus if you want to show the drivers your racing might, now is your chance.
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The event is expected to have even bigger and better thrills and unleash drivers’ competitive natures across Cape Town. Come join in the Time Attack as a driver or spectator on 9 August 2023.
The CEO of MasterDrive, Eugene Herbert, says the Time Attack event is the perfect opportunity for a wider group of individuals to enjoy some track time.
“It is open to most types of vehicles and individuals including both Western Cape Motor Club members and non-members.”
Vehicles that can take on the challenge:
- Road-going supercars
- Modified saloon cars
- Sports cars
- Street cars
- Historic cars
The love of vehicles that push drivers to their limits is a love that is shared across South Africa. “The potential difficulty of this is that sometimes this love is taken to public roads where citizens, infrastructure and the drivers face a much higher chance of something going wrong and an innocent person paying the price for this.
“A day such as the Time Attack takes this off the road and puts it on a track which is a more controlled and certainly safer environment to enjoy the power that your vehicle provides. It is an enjoyable day where drivers can compete against like-minded individuals and spectators have the chance to witness the thrill of this.”
The Time Attack powered by MasterDrive is also taking place on Women’s Day.
“MasterDrive encourages all female drivers to join the day’s activities. Show the might that female drivers have behind the wheel and give the gents a good run for their money."
“MasterDrive highly anticipates the upcoming Time Attack. It is important that we foster a healthy motorsport environment in South Africa where drivers have controlled and safe environments to test the limits of their vehicles,”