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As the National Extreme Festival gears up for Round 2, all eyes are on Tyler Robinson, the determined driver set to bounce back at the iconic Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit in Johannesburg. With a mix of anticipation and determination, Tyler is poised to leave her mark on the track after a disappointing outing in Round 1.

Returning to Kyalami for her second visit, Tyler seeks redemption following a challenging start to the season. The memories of her weekend-ending accident in Cape Town during Round 1 fuel her determination.

The Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit, known for its challenging layout and rich history, presents the perfect stage for her to showcase her skills, which she has perfected from a young age through karting. With its combination of high-speed straights and technical corners, the circuit demands precision and nerve, qualities Tyler possesses in abundance.

Despite the setback in the previous round, she remains undeterred. Her resilience and commitment to greatness have earned her respect within the racing community. With each lap, she inches closer to her goal of podium glory, drawing inspiration from past triumphs and setbacks alike.

As the countdown to race day begins, Tyler and her team are hard at work fine-tuning every aspect of her performance. From mechanical adjustments to mental preparation, no detail is overlooked in their pursuit of victory.

It starts with a practice session on Thursday, followed by a second practice session and qualifying on Friday. Two races are scheduled for Saturday, the first at 09:05 and the second at 14:25. The entry fee is R200 per person; children under 12 enter free. Various food stalls and a beer garden will be available, as well as drifting passenger rides and loads of children’s activities.

Tyler thanks AF Fans, Freem, RKT Motorsport and Apex Gaming.

Published by: Motorsport Fanatix

Picture Caption: Tyler Robinson

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