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Following a somewhat challenging opening national ROK Cup round in Cape Town, Kayde Cornofsky heads to Vereeniging Raceway this weekend eager to fight for the podium and possibly the win as he looks to get his Mini ROK championship bid back on track.

Kayde, the 2023 National Kid ROK Champion, stepped up his game in 2024, moving up a class. Despite being a newcomer, he has been keeping up with the pace. The Mini ROK class, known for its fierce competition and as a platform for refining drivers’ skills, has been his new challenge. The championship is a highly esteemed event, and the title is highly coveted. For drivers like Kayde, who compete in the Northern Regions ROK Kart Championships, this event will also serve as the second round of the regional competition.

This weekend, many drivers from all over South Africa will come together in Gauteng. The event will begin on Friday with official practice, followed by qualifying on Saturday morning and three race heats. Entry to the circuit is free, and spectators are encouraged to attend.

Kayde thanks Canario Cornofsky Attorneys, Calisto’s Restaurant, Allegiance Properties, Smith Garage, the 357 and the Xtreme Racing Team.

Publishd by: Motorsport Fanatix

Picture Caption: Kayde Cornofsky

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