South African Grand Prix
The South African Grand Prix was first run as a Grand Prix motor racing handicap race in 1934 at the Prince George Circuit at East London, Eastern Cape Province. It drew top drivers from Europe includ...
South African Grand Prix - Wikipedia
Rand Grand Prix
The Rand Grand Prix was a motor race held at various circuits in South Africa. The first event took place in 1937 but it was not held regularly until the 1960s, when it was run to Formula One rules an...
South African motorcycle Grand Prix
The South African motorcycle Grand Prix was a motorcycling event that had been part of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing world championship, held intermittently from 1983 to 2004.
South African motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia
List of dirt track ovals in South Africa
V8Dirt track racing is a type of auto racing performed on oval tracks in South Africa. Dirt track racing classes are, as elsewhere, similar to those raced at the tar (asphalt) oval track racing venues...
List of dirt track ovals in South Africa - Wikipedia
Durban street circuit
31°2′3.77″E / 29.8383222°S 31.0343806°E / -29.8383222; 31.0343806The Durban street circuit is a 3.283 kilometres (2.0 mi) temporary street circuit located in Durban, Sout...
1965 Rand Grand Prix
The 8th Rand Grand Prix was a motor race, run to Formula One-style rules, held on 4 December 1965 at Kyalami, South Africa. The race was run over 50 laps of the circuit, and was won by Australian driv...
1999 South African motorcycle Grand Prix
The 1999 South African motorcycle Grand Prix was the fourteenth round of the 1999 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on 10 October 1999 at Phakisa Freeway.
1999 South African motorcycle Grand Prix - Wikipedia
1963 Rand Grand Prix
The 6th Rand Grand Prix was a motor race, run to Formula One rules, held on 14 December 1963 at Kyalami, South Africa. The race was run over two heats, each of 25 laps of the circuit, and was won over...
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2004 South African motorcycle Grand Prix
The 2004 South African motorcycle Grand Prix was the first round of the 2004 MotoGP Championship. It took place on the weekend of 16–18 April 2004 at Welkom.
Alexandra Park Street Circuit
The Alexandra Park Street Circuit was a temporary race track between the late 1940s and 1953 on streets within the town of Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. This street track was no longer used after th...
Alexandra Park Street Circuit - Wikipedia
1992 South African motorcycle Grand Prix
The 1992 South African motorcycle Grand Prix was the last round of the 1992 Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. It took place on the weekend of 4–6 September 1992 at Kyalami.
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1985 South African Grand Prix
The 1985 South African Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held on 19 October 1985 at the Kyalami Circuit in South Africa. It was the fifteenth and penultimate round of the 1985 FIA Formula One Wo...
Roy Hesketh Circuit
The Roy Hesketh Circuit was a racing circuit located on the outskirts of Pietermaritzburg in Kwa-Zulu Natal. It was named after South African racing driver Roy Hesketh, who died in the Second World Wa...
1984 South African Grand Prix
The 1984 South African Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Kyalami on 7 April 1984. It was the second round of the 1984 Formula One season.
1983 South African Grand Prix
The 1983 South African Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Kyalami on 15 October 1983. It was the final race of the 1983 Formula One season.Before the race, three drivers were still in a p...
WesBank Raceway
WesBank Raceway was a motorsport facility situated at Germiston in the Gauteng province of South Africa. It was built on the site of a former horse racing track (Gosforth Park)opened in 2003. The fa...
2003 South African motorcycle Grand Prix
The 2003 South African motorcycle Grand Prix was the second round of the 2003 MotoGP Championship. It took place on the weekend of 25–27 April 2003 at the Phakisa Freeway.
Scuderia Scribante
Neville Lederle, Scuderia Scribante and Lucky Strike Racing were names used by the same South African F1 entrant. First cars were entered by Neville Lederle and later by Alex Blignaut.
1960 South African Grand Prix
The 1960 South African Grand Prix was a motor race, run to Formula Libre rules, held on 27 December in East London. The race was run over 72 laps of the circuit, and was dominated by British driver St...
1962 Cape Grand Prix
The 2nd Cape Grand Prix was a motor race, run to South African Formula One-style rules, held on 2 January 1962 at Killarney Motor Racing Complex, Cape Town, South Africa. The race was run over 60 laps...
Alan Wilson (motorsport)
Alan L. Wilson (born 9 May 1946 in Durban, South Africa) is an American designer of motorsports road course race tracks.Considered one of the most prolific track designers, Wilson has designed and bui...
South African Springbok Championship Series
The South African Springbok Championship Series was a sports car racing series based in Southern Africa. The series ran from 1966 until 1973. The series was canceled after two rounds of the 1973 sea...
Phakisa Freeway
Phakisa Freeway is a motor racing circuit located in Welkom, South Africa. From 1999 to 2004, the venue hosted the South African motorcycle Grand Prix of the MotoGP championship. It has a capacity o...