Arangies and Angel share the Aldo Scribante honours

Arangies and Angel share the Aldo Scribante honours

Charl Arangies (Stradale Motorsport McLaren 12C GT3) and Marcel Angel (Autohaus Angel Ferrari F458) shared the wins at the penultimate...
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Battle set to resume at Aldo Scribante

Battle set to resume at Aldo Scribante

Just over a year ago, contact between Franco Scribante (Porsche 997 Turbo) and Charl Arangies who was piloting his Stradale...
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Scribante and Arangies thrill Zwartkops crowds

Scribante and Arangies thrill Zwartkops crowds

Franco Scribante (Porsche 997 Turbo) and Charl Arangies (Pagid Racing/Vaal Fluid Systems McLaren 12C GT3) treated the large Zwartkops crowd...
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G&H Transport Extreme Supercars return to Zwartkops

G&H Transport Extreme Supercars return to Zwartkops

After a trip to East London for their last round, the G&H Transport Extreme Supercars return inland for the fifth...
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Arangies dominates in East London

Arangies dominates in East London

After the motor in Franco Scribante’s Porsche 997 Turbo cried enough during Friday’s penultimate practice session, Charl Arangies was expected...
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High-speed action on the cards in East London

High-speed action on the cards in East London

A match made in heaven, South Africa’s fastest race track combined with some of South Africa’s fastest racing cars. That...
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The G&H Transport Extreme Supercars is a national challenge series conceived and promoted by Zwartkops Raceway. The series provides a home for GT cars and high-performance saloon cars to compete at Extreme Festival events throughout South Africa. Currently the series uses time-based classes but, in the longer term, the aim is to have time-based and power-to-weight homologated classes competing for the overall championship.

The main objectives of the series are:

  • To provide racing that is rewarding for competitors and sponsors, and exciting for spectators
  • To showcase modern cars and recognizable brands
  • To declare an overall champion and winners in each class as well as an overall GT3 winner.

A copy of the 2019 rules can be found here.