Nam vs SA on the drag strip

16 September 2019 | Sports

Namibia takes on South Africa with burning tyres and pumping adrenaline in Street Outlaws Reloaded at the Tony Rust truck on the outskirts of Windhoek on Saturday, 28 September
Outlaw Motor Club returns with the 3rd instalment of their Nam vs SA cross border drag, with the team from Cape Town who have become known as the "dak vatters" bringing very fast cars and bikes, which usually grace the Killarney drag strip over most weekends to Namibia.
Defending our honour, the South Africans can expect a fight, with the local racers becoming faster and faster. As a result, this is set to be the biggest cross border drag events of the year, with a bunch of call outs already set up between our southern neighbours and the Namibian racers.
The Tony Rust Race track is the place to witness this tyre and fuel burning spectacle first-hand.
Gates open at 09:00 for spectators to make sure they get the best seats in the house. The day ends with a fist-pumping, foot-tapping house music show starting at 21:00.
Don’t miss out!

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