Monitor Net’s Deon Holliday Jnr will be aiming to put mechanical misfortunes behind him in Round 6 of the 2019 MotorMart VW Challenge at Zwartkops Raceway.
The August 16-17 race weekend will also see him pushing to regain his second place on the Class B points table where he currently trails Jacques Smith by 5 points.
The defending Class B title holder maintained a solid run of seven consecutive podium finishes; five of them as runner-up. His misfortune however started after that with a clutch problem to end Round 4 and an engine failure that prevented him from starting in Round 5. The team however worked hard to have the Monitor Net Volkswagen Polo ready ahead of the Zwartkops Raceway weekend.
“It’s time to bounce back to form and climb the ladder again” says Holliday Jnr. “We’re taking the view that bad things happen in threes and we’ve had our tally now. I’m confident about my chances at Zwartkops.”
Round 6 of the 2019 MotorMart VW Challenge will form part of the Extreme Festival and will see Qualifying taking place on Saturday morning at 08:55. Both races will be run over 10 Laps and will start at 11:40 and 15:05. The Monitor Net team would like to invite all motorsport fans in Gauteng to attend the weekend’s action. Supporters of Deon Holliday Jnr are also invited to follow his progress throughout the weekend on the RacePics.co.za Facebook page: www.Facebook.com/RacePics.co.za.
Deon Holliday Jnr would like to thank his sponsors Monitor Net, Centpart Motorparts, Fastprinting & Signs and Centworx for making his 2019 season possible.
In addition, he would also like to acknowledge and thank the associate sponsors of the MotorMart VW Challenge for making this exciting category possible: Norbrake Distribution, ATE Brakes, Dicktator Engine Management Systems, Yaskawa, Pozidrive and BPM Engineering.
Published by: Reynard Gelderblom
Picture Caption: Deon Holliday Jnr has been one of the consistent frontrunners in Class B and will aim to regain that position.
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