- South Africa's first all-black racing crew will make history when they compete in the Kyalami 9-Hour race from 2 to 4 December
- Xolile Letlaka, Tschops Sipuka and Philip Kekana shared that they are honoured to showcase their driving skills in the international competition
- The fans of Kyalami 9-Hour, who are vaccinated, shared that they can't wait to be part of the spectators on the day of the race
PAY ATTENTION: Follow Briefly News on Twitter and never miss the hottest topics! Find us at @brieflyza!
The Mzansi motorspot industry will make history next month when the first all-black crew will compete in the Kyalami 9-Hour from 2 to 4 December.
Xolile Letlaka, Tschops Sipuka and Philip Kekana will take on the world's best GT3 drivers during the final round of the Intercontinental GT Championship.
Letlaka, Sipuka and Kekana will be driving their Into Africa Mining Lamborghini Huracan GT3 Evo during the international competition. They are not new to the sport as Letlaka and Sipuka have tasted victory twice in their GT3 before.
They also came second in their four starts in the 2021 SA Endurance Series. The team told TimesLIVE that it will be an honour to showcase their driving talents on the international stage. They said the race will be a very special moment for their crew.
Enjoy reading our stories? Download the BRIEFLY NEWS app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!
The organisers of Kyalami 9-Hour took to Instagram to remind their fans that the tickets are now available.
Check out some of the comments from fans below:
"Can't wait to see it."
"So we can’t attend if we’re not vaccinated WOW guys WOW, on an event that’s outdoors!"
"Are we having food trucks around yet."
"We’ll be there, fully vaccinated some months ago."
"@kyalami9hour Is it compulsory to be fully vaccinated to attend??"
Nick Evans catches 2 black mambas on the same spot
In other news, Briefly News reported that Nick Evans took to social media to share that he caught two black mambas on the same spot in Shongweni a few days apart. The snake rescuer caught the first snake on 5 November and rescued the second one on 16 November.
He said he removed the first snake from the roof of a duck enclosure and also caught the other a day ago in the exact same place. Both the male black mambas were the same size. Nick shared the pics of his latest experience on Facebook. Part of his caption reads:
"What was also surprising, is they were the same size. Same weight, same length (well, a 2cm difference), but they were around the 2.2m mark. NO! They definitely weren't the same snake."
He added that the snakes hideout was safe with lots of rats.
Source: Briefly News