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INEX Legends Championship - 2016

Fourie clinch the coveted Overall and the 2016 INEX Legends Pro Division crown

Fourie clinch the coveted Overall and the 2016 INEX Legends Pro Division crown

The INEX Legends Championship headed back to the Red Star Raceway for the final round of the 2016 racing season on Saturday 12 November.

The traditional ball draw for grid positions saw Janeske Viljoen (INEX Legends SA) on pole position ahead of Ian Upton (R.U. Racing). Lonika Maartens (Maxtrac / Denmar Steel) would line up in third place with Llewellyn Myburgh (Bamboo Racing) alongside him on the second row. Steve Nel (INEX Legends SA) and Clinton Bezuidenhout (Universal Healthcare) would round out the top six.

Race 1

The first race of the day saw Maartens grab an early lead ahead of Steve Nel (INEX Legends SA), Bezuidenhout and Seef Fourie (Maxtrac / Denmar Steel). Nel ran wide through turn three however allowing the rest of the chasing pack to get past him. Fourie grabbed second before the end of the first lap but Bezuidenhout was still glued to his rear bumper.

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INEX Legends Championship - 2016

The INEX Legends pack bound to steal more hearts with their close wheel to wheel racing

The INEX Legends pack bound to steal more hearts with their close wheel to wheel racing

The INEX Legends Championship will head to the Zwartkops Raceway in Pretoria for the eighth round of the 2016 season on Saturday 3 September. However this time out they will be a guest category in the increasingly popular Extreme Festival format of racing.

The Overall and Individual class championships in the series are now closer than ever.

The Classes

Seef Fourie and Divan Myburgh are currently tied on points at the top of the points table in the Pro Category. Shaun Nel is not too far behind the pair and could well cause a few upsets as well. Keagan Wessels has had a string of podium results over the past two events and is certainly looking to make a late charge for a top three result in the class if he continues racking up the points like he has. Morne Stoltz drops back to fifth position while Llewellyn Myburgh continues to search for the reliability that has been preventing him from showing his true potential.

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