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BONUS - RUSTENBURG - The #TeamHiluxRally-Raid Nkomazi 400, round one of the SA Rally-Raid Championship opens the 2024 season on 19 and 20 April in the Malelane area of Mpumalanga, and will see a star-studded line-up that promises to produce exciting racing action at this ever-popular event. With the SA Rally-Raid Championship (SARRC) now consisting of one overall championship with various class championships to cater for the different vehicle specifications, the #TeamHiluxRally-Raid Nkomazi 400 will pave the way for an interesting new season, while teams can look forward to a race route that will provide them with some familiar terrain as well as all new sections.

Thirty-one teams will come under starter’s orders on Friday, 19 April at the Nkomazi Fuel and Gas Depot where the start/finish, the Designated Service Point (DSP) and Race Headquarters will be situated. And with national titles in three class championships up for grabs at the end of the season, the action will be real from the start.
Johan de Bruyn (Red-Lined REVO T1), who won the class at this event last year, will have the experienced Adriaan Roets next to him and a victory will be the perfect start for them while the consistent father and son duo of Johan and Sean van Staden (Renault Duster), who finished the season in third place, will have a go at the title again. 
The #TeamHiluxRally-Raid Nkomazi 400 starts on Friday, 19 April at 09:30 with the 11 kilometre Castrol Qualifying Race that will determine the starting order for Loop One, which gets underway at 12:30. On Saturday, two loops of 169 kilometres await competitors with all the action starting and finishing at the Nkomazi Fuel & Gas Depot just off the R570 on the outskirts of Malelane. Spectators can view the action from various vantage points along the route and are welcome to meet the teams and view the vehicles at DSP.
The race can also be followed on the RallySafe App which is available as a free download from the iStore and Google PlayStore or on Facebook: saccsauto; Instagram: saccs_auto and Twitter: @SACCS.Auto.