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SA’s loudest cars compete for world records at Sibaya
Dec 1, 2018 - Dec 2, 2018
SA’s loudest cars will compete for top accolades in the International Auto Sound Challenge Association’s (IASCA) South African World Record Event Finals at Sibaya on 1 and 2 December 2018. This will be the 5th consecutive year that Sibaya has hosted this world record event.
Car enthusiasts are expected in their droves to either show off their
The super charged event includes International SPL Format and Bass Boxing Sound-off and International Sound Quality competitions, as well as a Tuner Jam Challenge / Show ‘n Shine competition. The Sound Quality Event showcases the best looking and best sounding cars in the country.
The competition format not only judges the aesthetic appeal of the vehicle but also the very complex listening environment. The vehicles are evaluated on a set of criteria which rate it according to the tonality of the vehicle as well as how the equipment is installed. Craftsmen spend hundreds of hours building the perfect sounding and looking vehicles and many more hours tuning them.
The format for the Tuner Jam Challenge / Show & Shine allows competitors to have their cars judged in terms of modifications and enhancements in terms of the vehicle and motor. The divisions include the mild and wild divisions all the way through to the wreck of the day. Imagine a car show format that actually has a score sheet you get at the end of the competition so you know what areas you stand tall in.
The action starts at 10:00 on 1 December and from 09:00 on 2 December. The cost to enter the competitions is R200 per entry (depending on the competition category). Spectators enjoy the day of noise and action for free. Visitors can make a day of it by bringing their friends and families to watch the action and peruse the cars on display before enjoying a meal and other entertainment at Sibaya.
Please contact Mohnish Ramgovind at 073 044 6264 or email email@example.com for more information on entering the competitions.