The final round of the Bridgestone Production Car Championship takes place at Zwartkops Raceway on Saturday, 1 November. For Engen Xtreme’s Michael Stephen (A1), defending his Class A title is going to produce an exciting day of racing.
Stephen has won the Bridgestone Production Car Championship title for three consecutive seasons. He is a determined and accomplished racer who has proven more than a match for the challenge of winning championships. The final round for 2014 sees him contest the last round of the year chasing the championship leader.
The deficit to the leader is 11 points so Stephen has a challenging race day ahead.
“The outcome of the championship will be decided on the day,” says Stephen. “On a race day anything can happen so preparation is vital and then we focus on producing the very best performance possible on the day.”
For Simon Moss (A38) the Zwartkops round marks his last race day for the season. The Zwartkops venue allows him to aim for a big finish as the Super Series has competed at this venue on previous occasions, giving him a higher level of experience here than anywhere else in the country.
“I will be aiming for a good result at the final round of the championship,” says Moss. “As a thank you to the Engen Xtreme Team for all their hard work this season, preparing my Audi S4 quattro to the highest standards for every event.”
With both of the Engen Xtreme Audi S4 quattros aiming for good results to end off the season, race fans can keep a sharp eye out for A1 and A38 as they will be amongst the hardest-charging racing drivers on the day.
“It has been a challenging season for competitors in the Super Series,” says Stephen. “I believe the Engen Xtreme team has shown once again that we are one of the top performers in national circuit racing and have on numerous occasions set the pace that others had to work even harder to follow. The final race day of the season is going to be demanding for every one of us, but it is going to be a calendar highlight for both the teams and the race fans.”