Recently it was made public that Port Elizabeth has followed the example set by Cape Town and implemented their own Ghost Squad (unmarked police vehicles). This new setup is part of the city’s recently (finally) launched Metro Police.
Saturday, 25 March, sees Aldo Scribante Raceway in Port Elizabeth host the second round of the Algoa Motorsport Club’s Eastern Cape Regional Championship. The event will include motorcycle and car racing.
The @algoarallyclub starts off the 2017 season tomorrow (18 March) with The Valley Bash. This is round one of the Algoa Rally Club R50k Challenge and the start is scheduled to take place in the Baakens River Valley in Port Elizabeth.
I stumbled across the fact that the 2017 South African #motocross season gets underway in #PortElizabeth this weekend (specifically Saturday 18 February) at #Rover Motorcycle Club on the Schoenmakerskop road (Victoria Drive).
UPDATE: Round one of the Eastern Cape Regional Championships takes place on Saturday, March 4. The original race meeting was postponed due to rain. The event will feature three heats of Stock Rods (and a final), three heats of 1660s (and a final) and three heats of American Saloons (and a final) with between seven and eight competitors per race.
You expect a certain standard from a company that claims “Since 1927, our philosophy has been to deliver pioneering innovations that put people first. Welcome to our world built on quality, safety and care for the environment.” as the first thing you read on their website.
You’ve survived another mad summer holiday season to the sea and back, now you’re tackling 2017 along with everyone else and you’ve got some serious plans for the year ahead.
Problem is, you’re through what is likely the safest period on local roads.