Formula Vee News

2018 Formula Vee Prizegiving

The Formula Vee Association prize giving took place on 16 November at Uncle Tim’s Centre in Benoni. The evening was an 80’s themed evening with the people dressing up and playing their part to make it a successful evening. Some old and some new association members joined in the festivities and celebrated the trophies won…

Championship showdown until the last heat

The final round of the 2018 Hankook SA National Formula Vee Championship could justifiably have been billed, as a race of Champions. It would decide the outcome of the 2018 Hankook SA National Formula Vee Championship title, between the 2016 SA National Champion Gert Van Den Berg (BP Nantes Motors Rhema 2) and the reigning…

Zwartkops cliffhanger promised

The final round of the Hankook National Formula Vee Championship will take place on 10 November 2018 at Zwartkops Raceway in Pretoria. After the previous race weekend at Phakisa, this promises to be a cliffhanger. The two main title contenders are split by 14 points and there is still 32 point on offer. Even the…

Championship shake up, with youngsters dice heating up

The sixth round of the Hankook National Formula Vee Championship took place on 18 August at Zwartkops Raceway in Pretoria. The day was eagerly awaited due to the re-appearance of several past champions. On Friday, it was the regulars setting the pace, but Alan Holm (Office Direct Rhema 2) showed why he has been 5…

7 Ex-Champions on the grid for Sasol Raceday spectacular

The sixth round of the Hankook National Formula Vee Championship will take place on 18 August at Zwartkops Raceway in Pretoria. It will happen during the Sasol Raceday which promises to be an action packed day out! The entries for the day will have no less than 7 previous champions on the grid. Leading them…

Largest Midvaal race delivers stellar Formula Vee races

The fifth round of the Hankook / Risk Sure SA National Formula Vee Championship took place at a rejuvenated Midvaal Raceway in Meyerton. On Saturday morning, the pole position was stolen by Gert van den Berg (BP Nantes Motors Rhema 2) who was only 0,05seconds ahead of Lushen Ramchander (TRA Forza) and a further 0,12seconds…