Gymkhana GRiD World Finals to be held in South Africa on 1st December 2018
-Celebrating Gymkhana GRiD’s seventh year of competition
-Totally unique competition format as GRiD returns to Carnival City, Johannesburg, for the second time, after the inaugural event in 2017
-50 international drivers go head to head in two classes, set to burn rubber on a custom designed track layout
One of Motorsport’s most unique competitions – attracting a full grid of elite international drivers is set to hold its world final in South Africa this year. That’s right; Gymkhana GRiD is back, and returning to Carnival City Johannesburg, at the end of the 2018 competition season.
This not only means a one-of a kind racing spectacle will be going live on December 1st, but also, for all except two drivers, there’s a chance for redemption and a second shot at the coveted GRiD podium.
For the series seventh year of tyre slaying, GRiD returns to the vast Carnival City Resort complex, with a faster, and more technical track layout – offering a fresh set of challenges to test man and machine to the absolute edge of their performance.
Last year the Savannah of shred and a Braai of burnouts witnessed reigning FIA World Rallycross Champion Johan Kristoffersson (All-Wheel Drive) and four-time Gymkhana GRiD rear-wheel drive class champion Luke Woodham steal the show in the final battles, leaving the rest of the field in their dust. Now the scene is set for a sequel of epic proportions.
In the meantime, GRAB YOUR TICKETS NOW and don’t forget to also keep checking back on the Gymkhana GRiD Facebook channel for event news and competition entries in the build up to the main event. RSVP on the Facebook event page here.