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ROK World Final
This past weekend Simon jetted off to Italy to compete in the INTERNATIONAL ROK WORLD FINAL'S, he competed in the Super Rok category. With some fierce battles unravelling Moss got the upper hand of his opponents in the qualifying heats, in the 3rd and final qualifying heat Simon managed a 2nd place after starting the heat from 11th on the grid, he showed his true pace and that his race craft is unique. Simon started the World Final in 7th position knowing he had to make a move in the opening laps, however after a brutal encounter with Switzlands Martin Hubler, Moss “the 38 special” moved through the field up to 4th position on the opening lap he then ended the chances of previous World Champion Alesso Vantini when he relegated him down to 4th spot claiming 3rd on the opening lap.
The Final was a 20 lapper, Moss still held 3rd spot half way through however as the grip started coming his kart started to hop and caused him to lose momentum. Simon managed to hold it together and claim a brilliant 6th position in the 2011 Karting World Final. The pressure was on him as he was the only hopeful for South Africa in the Super Rok class.
This was Simon’s 4th top 6 position at the World Final showing he has the ability to run in front with the best from all over the World.
East London Grand prix circuit
Simon had battled the entire Friday, each session being more than 1 sec off the pace, however over night the team found an issue with his setup..........[Read More]
38 Special take Phakisa in 2011
Simon had battled the entire Friday, each session being more than 1 sec off the pace, however over night the team found an issue with his setup.....
Round 4 of the SA Championship took place at Phakisa Freeway, the International race circuit situated in Welkom. Right from the start of the race weekend, defending Champion Simon Moss (38) was on the button setting the pace throughout the Friday practice sessions, from 2009 FVW Champion Jayde Kruger (8) and following in a close 3rd was ex Formula Ford Champion Robert Wolk (41)...........[Read More]
Moss jnr rocks at Super Rok
THE son of Nelson Mandela Bay motorsport champion Terry Moss has once again made his father proud after coming fifth in an international karting competition and in so doing helping to scoop a trophy for South Africa..........[Read More]
KILLARNEY, Round 7, 2010 SIMON TAKES THE CHAMPIONSHIP
This past weekend was the 3rd last round of the Wesbank Super Series, it was held Cape Town on the famous Killarney race track. Simon Moss claimed victory, and is now crowned the 2010 FVW CHAMPION after a faultless season.........[Read More]
SWARTKOPS, Round 6, 2010
The past weekend in Swartkops went very well from my side, dominating practice 1, 2 and 3. In qualifying, I managed to keep my dominant form and take pole position for race 1 and 2 by more than 0, 3 of a second........[Read More]
PHAKISA, Round 5, 2010
THE single-seater Formula Volkswagen field certainly kept busy at Phakisa Freeway on Saturday. These open-wheel racers delivered some of the closest racing from the series seen yet. The action started early on and racers who achieved were the ones who had worked hard. Racers who didn’t achieve worked even harder, but found themselves on the wrong end of the motorsport luck equationt.......[Read More]
KYALAMI, Round 4, 2010
After having shown great pace in PE topping all the time sheets , qualifying on pole position and taking victory in heat 1, Simon Moss was confident that he had the pace and stamina to take full honers in round 4 of the Wesbank Super Series held at Kyalami......[Read More]
SCRIBANTE, Round 3, 2010
Simon Moss showed great pace and was on top of his game this past weekend. Competing in round 3 of the Wesbank Super Series. After entering the weekend tie on points with Wesleigh Orr, Simon clearly had the upper hand in Port Elizabeth on the Friday, setting blistering lap times and topping all the time sheets. .....[Read More]
KILLARNEY, Round 2, 2010
Simon is now leading the F/VW Championship, on joint points with Orr however Simon is the official leader as they both have 2 wins but Moss has 2 seconds and Orr only has 1 second and a third. Looking for a hum dinger in Round 3 of the WSS in Phakisa .....[Read More]
KYALAMI, Round 1, 2010
The Competition in the Formula Volkswagen series was fast-paced with the frontrunners showing just how intense racing can be in this single-seater category at Kyalami on Saturday 20 February. The event was round one of the national WesBank Super Series.
Simon Moss (38) in his Southern Sun / Oakley car and Wesleigh Orr (2) in the Teugue Distributors / Bravo Racing car have clearly set the pace – and the standard – for 2010 and will be a tough act to follow this season. From the outset they have shown the series to be all about pace and dedication – with a solid dose of experience ensuring success.....[Read More]