FIA World Rallycross Championship set to take center stage in the Mother City
In the car feature, automotive journalist Jacob Moshokoa chats about the FIA World Rallycross Championship which is set to take place at Killarney, Cape Town.
Moshokoa says that the Rallycross made its first appearance in South Africa last year (2017).
I had tons of fun and the support was crazy when I attended in 2017 adds Moshokoa.
Rallycross is a global thing... The fact that they turned Killarney right around to accommodate this kind of thing, makes it seem like there's so much dedication to motorsport.Jacob Moshokoa, automotive journalist
Moshokoa says that the Rallycross is about driving cars around a semi-off road track.
They incorporate a bit of off road and they bring it in on tar.Jacob Moshokoa, automotive journalist
Moshokoa says that he needs to experience the Rallycross first hand because it's history in the making.
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