Special vehicles take centre stage

The Dessert Race will see Sand Masters new terrain PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
The Dessert Race will see Sand Masters new terrain PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

The Toyota 1000 Desert Race will host round three of the South African National Cross Country Series (SACCS) from today to Sunday, with Selebi-Phikwe hosting the event for the first time.

Jwaneng has been the host for the last five years. After SACCS bikers pulled out of the marathon event, the limelight is now on the local special vehicles’ drivers to test their mettle against their South African counterparts on home soil.

In a new terrain, the three-day event presents double points bounty for the drivers.

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