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Neveling eyes maiden GTC SupaCup victory

Goscor Lift Trucks-backed Arnold Neveling makes his second Killarney International Raceway appearance of the 2023 season as the GTC SupaCup field returns to the Western Cape for the championship’s penultimate round.

Currently ranked fourth in the championship, Neveling is 54 points adrift of third-placed competitor Jonathan Mogotsi, primarily due to missing the opening round at Kyalami as he competed in the Kyalami 9-Hour event. He has since shown his race pedigree, recording four podium finishes, the first of which came at the Cape circuit. A maiden victory, however, still eludes him, something he is keen on achieving this weekend.

“It’s been a season of ups and downs. We’ve been there and there about but just can’t get close enough to challenge for the win. I hope this weekend will see us put a strong weekend together and finally record that first win,” stated Neveling.

Three practice sessions are scheduled for Friday, with Qualifying set for Saturday morning (09:25). A ten-lap race will follow at 11:50 and a 12-lap race at 14:50. The entire event will be live-streamed on race day and available on the Extreme Festival YouTube channel.

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Issued by Motorsport Fanatix on behalf of Arnold Neveling

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