Four new champions were crowned on the final day of the final round of the WesBank Super Series at Kyalami on Sunday.
Cape Town's Lance Isaacs (Bikefin Honda) took a surprise victory in the hotly contested Interfile Superbike championship after championship leader Greg Gildenhuys (Autohaus Towing BMW) crashed out of race two.
Anthony Taylor (Afrox BMW) emerged victorious after three exciting Bridgestone Production Car races to take his fourth class A.
Graeme Nathan (IndyOil/Kaye-Eddie Racing VW Golf) won the class T championship and Des Gutzeit (Dezzi/Trisome Ford Mustang) took the season's honours in the WesBank V8 Supercar GT class.
Taylor, class A champion in 2003, 2004 and 2005, wrapped up his fourth title with third place in race one behind Hennie Groenewald (Timken Subaru) and Reghardt Roets (Rough Rider BMW).
Nathan wrapped up the class T title with a win in the first of the two sprint races, seventh in race two and second in the feature race.
Gennaro Bonafede (Ferodo VW Golf) secured second place in the championship in his rookie year with second in race one, third in race two and a win in the final race.
The final WesBank V8 Supercar race of the season went to Marc Auby (ELT International Jaguar) from Danie Correia jnr (LiquiMoly Chev Corvette) and Deon Auby (ELT International Holden).
Roelf du Plessis (RJ Panelbeaters Jaguar) was the GT class winner in the final race from Des Gutzeit (Dezzi/Trysome Ford Mustang), who wrapped up the GT championship in the process.
Winner of the 2010 CAR Magazine Challenge was new Bridgestone Production Car class T champion Graeme Nathan and Niyaaz Modack, who finished eighth in class T, won the CAR Rookie of the Year prize.
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