Looking for something to do this coming weekend ?

Why don’t you and the family come and watch our 4×4 Mega World Cross Country Racing Teams compete at the Vredefort Super Sprint this Saturday, 7 May, 2016!  FREE Entrance starting at 9:45am on the day, and it’s only an hour’s drive south-west of Johannesburg.  This event forms part of the annual 2016 Donaldson Cross Country Championship.

This one day event is a new innovation on the Donaldson calendar and will be run over two 100 kilometre laps with no qualifying event to determine grid positions. The start order will be via a national seeding list and, on a flat and compact route, the action promises to be fast and furious.

Our racing teams are;

Class T20 Class T3
Driver: Deon Venter Driver: Jason Venter
Co-Driver: Jaco van Aardt Co-Driver: Vincent van Allemann

The Vredefort crater is the largest verified impact crater on Earth, more than 300 km across when it was formed.  What remains of it is located in the present-day Free State Province of South Africa and named after the town of Vredefort, which is situated near its centre. Although the crater itself has long since eroded away, the remaining geological structures at its centre are known as the Vredefort Dome or Vredefort impact structure. In 2005, the Vredefort Dome was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites for its geologic interest.

2016 Vredefort Super Sprint Spectator Map


2016 Vredefort Super Sprint Preview