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In the heart of Cape Town’s motorsport hub, the Killarney International Raceway, anticipation is brewing for the opening round of the South African Rotax MAX Challenge (RMC) National Championship this long weekend. It will also form part of the 2024 African Open, which sees the champion walk away with an entry to the RMC Grand Finals.

Among the contenders poised to make a mark is Luhan De Wet, a name already synonymous with speed and promise. Despite being a rookie in the fiercely competitive Micro MAX class, De Wet arrives with the weight of a champion on his shoulders, having clinched the 2023 MSA National Cadet Championship.

Representing the esteemed WORR Motorsport stable, De Wet brings raw talent and meticulous preparation to the track. His journey from Bambino karting to the Micro MAX class has been swift, fueled by a relentless pursuit of excellence. All eyes will be on Luhan as he navigates the twists and turns of Killarney’s Kart Track, which will start on Thursday. For more information please tap on the link below:

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Picture Caption: Luhan De Wet

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