Big offroad event on Saturday

The international star racer Giniel de Villirs will also been seen in action during Saturday's event.

The 2018 South African Cross Country Series (SACCS) is drawing to a close with the sixth and final round of the season, the Gold 400, taking place at Glenharvie on 2 and 3 November.
The Gold 400 will start and finish at the race headquarters and the designated service park at Kloof Recreation Club. From here, the route will move southwards around the mining operations of Sibanye Stillwater to the farming community of Kalbasfontein before heading in a northerly direction through Jachtfontein and Waterpan and back to Glenharvie.
Spectators can get up close and personal with the teams and will be able to get their posters signed and pose for photographs with their favourite teams during the compulsory 30-minute service halt and regroup at the Kloof Club on completion of the first circuit. The national competitors will then begin the second of the two circuits at 12:00.
The qualifying race will start at the Kloof Club at 14:00 on Friday, 2 November and will determine the starting order for the second racing section at 08:00 on Saturday. There will be enough refreshments with the Glenharvie Combination School and the Kloof Club providing food and beverage outlets.
Public entrance to the Kloof Recreation Club, the designated service park, the start and finish and the spectator areas along the route is free.

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