‘No regular weekend’: Locals rev engines for 2019 Durban July

‘No regular weekend’: Locals rev engines for 2019 Durban July

- A recent video showing a host of impressive rides turning up the heat in anticipation for this year’s Durban July has Mzansi excited for the prestigious event

- The clip shows two big black hummer-style rides and two shiny white convertibles rolling up to a stop-street, revving and showing off for Durban locals

- The clip got many in Mzansi super excited for the weekend ahead, which promises many exciting Durban July events

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Even though it looks like this year’s Durban July is off to a rocky start, many of those in the vibrant city are still feeling the excitement.

In particular, a local social media user’s video of an exciting luxury car rendezvous taking place on the streets of Durban had many in Mzansi feeling tingles of excitement for the fun-filled weekend ahead.

The Vodacom Durban July is considered Africa’s greatest horseracing event, but the race is not the only reason to enjoy the prestigious event.

Many South Africans come from across the country to flaunt their fashion, style, and, in some cases, their impressive rides.

The social media user who shared the clip of the luxury car squad turning up for onlooking Durbanites explained in her post that the Durban July 2019 promised to be “no regular weekend”.

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Briefly.co.za saw that many who commented on the epic video were super impressed by the whips on display.

While others were not so impressed with the flashy display.

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Some upped the excitement even more, with promises of even more impressive rides that will be on display for local motor enthusiasts.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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