The 2021 ROK Cup National Kart Championship season concluded at the Vereeniging Kart Circuit on September 11, with several national champions crowned. A large field of entries from across South Africa added to the event’s prestige that saw the curtain come down on a successful season despite the continuous restrictions imposed by the global COVID-19 pandemic. KZ2 / KZ /
Jack Moore extends his lead in the National Kid ROK Championship following a third consecutive overall victory, the only driver to do so this season. The penultimate round of the 2021 ROK Cup National Championship was hosted by the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Kart Club on June 25-26 where competitors put on an entertaining display of racing around the iDube Raceway in
The Formula-K Circuit in Benoni, Gauteng hosted the ROK Cup South Africa for its inaugural visit to the circuit as the MSA National Karting Championship commenced its second round of the championship (along with Round 2 of its regional championship) on May 14-15. Friday’s conditions were near perfect as ROKKERS from across the country arrived to take to the track,
Round One of the newly-named MSA National Karting Championship got underway and set the tone for the rest of the season with a thrilling opening spectacle at the Killarney Kart Track on March 12-13. Karting’s first national event saw 60 ROK Cup competitors take to the Cape Town circuit in the hopes of taking home a trophy and the prize
Karting racing Sizzles under the blue skies of Cape Town, with the first round of the MSA WC Regional Championship held on the 13th of February at the Mother City’s Killarney Kart Circuit. With a contingent of 82 enthusiastic Kart racers across the Bambino, Rok, Rotax (centrifugal classes) and the KZ2 Shifter class all chasing Regional and Club Championship honours.
The new sporting regulations for the 2021 Rok Cup series have been uploaded to the technical regulations section. Please take your time to go through the regulations to ensure your legality on race day. If you require any clarification, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
The Rok Cup series is back, ready and excited to get back on track! Get ready to race your way to a Superfinal ticket for 2021! We aim to unify and not divide! Let’s bring excitement and healthy competition back to our sport. Rok series highlights below: MSA affiliation Prize money for the Top 3 Regional and National colors Ticket
The ROK Cup South Africa 2020 season got underway this past weekend (September 11-13) with the Vereeniging Kart Club hosting a national and regional championship double-header. Due to the global COVID-19 pandemic the ROK Cup calendar was revised with national and regional events combined. The opening round double-header saw a large field of competitors entered and would also serve as
ROK Cup SA is ready to resume its respective Championships for 2020. After close to 7 months of not turning a wheel and much deliberation as how to move forward in a safe and responsible manner as possible. ROK Cup SA have finalized the National and Northern region events calendar for the remainder of the 2020 season. Many factors had
Rok Cup SA is committed to protect the safety of all drivers, staff, officials and the community. In line with Motorsport South Africa’s decision to postpone all local events scheduled for the next 3 weeks, ROK Cup SA events scheduled up to and including Easter Weekend is postponed until further notice. The following events is immediately affected:– Round 1 of