The Audi Club was created for Audi enthusiasts to share their interest in Audi motorcars, meet and discuss various topics about Audi. Created in March 2002, the Audi Club is growing at a rapid pace reflecting the success and enthusiasm for the Audi brand. Initially the Club was reserved to Audi owner but throughout the years, many friendships have been forged and some of our members do not own an Audi anymore, we feel it is more important to keep these relationships and therefore decided to open the Club to anyone, of course the theme remains focused on our passion, Audi. We have regular meetings such as breakfast runs, lunches, weekends away, track days, treasure hunts, courses with the 4 Rings Driving Academy at Kyalami, etc. Reports on these club events are on this website. We also have a social every last Thursday of every months, details are posted on the forum. The Club has a vast amount of technical knowledge about the different models ranging from mid '80s to the present, coupled with a very strong following from many vendors and service providers the Audi Club has a vast range of discounts and preferential services to offer to our members. There are, at present, four chapters; Gauteng, KZN, WC, EC, and recently Namibia. The Audi Club of South Africa is an independent, non-profit, organisation, with no affiliation whatsoever to Audi of South Africa or any Audi Dealers in South Africa.
13 December 2014
The club returned to Xtreme Karting in Sunninghill for our yearend function
Go karting started at 11am, we attended the drivers safety briefing basically telling us which side is accelerator and which side is brakes. We then split up into 5 teams with 4 people on a team for 2 60min endurance races. every driver got 15minutes on the track per session and the team with the most laps would win. It was an awesome day with lots of fun, some serious go karting skills from our members and to top it all off we had a spit braai for lunch.
Overall a a great day, Thanks to all the members who joined and made the day what it was, a success
Prizes For The Day…
Keegan (Chairman) for all his hard work and time spent on the club organising us awesome events and growing the club to a whole new level
Clyde – attending the most events in the year 2014, as long as its an Audi event and theres beer clyde is there
And Moagi for owning a B7
TOP 3 TEAMS
Awards were also given to the following people…
Funny Guy Award
Rainbow Mafia Award – Wayne
First Aid Award
Best Team Spirit
Some cool shots we captured on the day
MaLi drifting on the last corner
Byron Defending His Position
Fighting for 1st place
ZaLi & Byron
MaLi & Dave
Rainbow Mafia Wayne
Moagi Still Cruising
Thanks to the committee for organising the event and thanks to the sponsors for some great prizes. It was good clean fun.
On the 30th of August we trekked out to Drakensberg trucks just North of PTA for a photoshoot. Festivities started at 8am when we arrived. Drakensberg truck has for several decades been involved in the restoration of all manner of heavy machinery and military vehicles. As such there was a plethora of old and new interesting machinery.
Members were treated to a complimentary event coffee mug.
Additionally for their fee members received an A3 print of their favourite shot and catered braai food.
We had an S8, two C5 RS6’s, two S4’s, several A4’s, A3’s and S3’s as well as Danies epic Randy Lover.
Find more photos and banter here.
The Gauteng chapter AGM was concluded on 30 August 2014.
Meeting opened by Danie Rabie.
Danie presented finances. Finances available on request. (Danie Rabie)
Web hosting costs were discussed.
- Financials to be audited.
Membership Fees Discussed.
- New host but we could possibly reduce costs. (Shamier Chandley)
Membership fees revised to R200 per year.
2 options. Higher fee with starter pack.
Question asked whether fees ringfenced. Answer no.
Regions request fees for events.
Existing Membership to run its course.
Committee discussed and dissolved.
Danie Rabie. Commitment required for committee.
Ringfence committee responsibilities.
Committee members to remain
Rod Guinot resigned.
Rob Cleland to remain
Membership paid = 200 people.
Dyno day. Rightway September
Breakfast Run to magalies discussed. Preferably Sundays to avoid Biker and co.
New website to be launched soon. (Shamier Chandley)
We have the pleasure of announcing our Annual AGM which well be held in conjunction with a photoshoot.
Date: 30 August 2014
Time: Plan to be at the venue as early as possible, prefereably well before 8am. Please visit the forum for details as various breakfast runs will be taking place from various points in and around GP.
Cost: for the photoshoot R250 per car. R50 per passenger over and above the driver. If you wish to only partake in the AGM then there is no cost involved.
Photoshoot, early till around 1PM. Lunch to be served at around mid day. Thereafter we will seperate for the AGM. Please note that if you wish to be on the committee or wish to nominate someone yourself and that person need be paid members of the club.
o Follow the N1 North towards Polokwane / Pietersburg
o Travel through Pretoria passing:
Pumulani Toll Plaza
Total Petroport Service Station
o Take Exit 163 Walmannsthal / R101 / Pyramid and turn left onto the R327
o Approx 1.2km later, turn right at Plot 145 (large plane parked in the field)
• GPS Co-ordinates:
We would like to extend an invitation to our members for a bring and braai social at Zwartkops airforce base/Museum.
So please join us for some food, drink and good company while enjoying your favourite brand of car in the presence of some of our countries historical warbirds.
Date: Sat 09 June 2012
Venue Zwartkops Airforce Base/Museum
Entrance Fee: R20 per vehicle
See the events page for the details.