Xolile Letlaka and Stuart White dominated the fourth round of the SA Endurance National Championship at Zwartkops Raceway in Pretoria. They took a seven-point lead in the championship, with 100 more points available in the final round at Kyalami in December. Stuart White secured pole position in the Into Africa Lamborghini Huracan GT3 with a lap time of 57.547 seconds, surpassing his closest rival Charl Arangies by 1.5 seconds. Letlaka took over the wheel later in the race and managed to maintain the lead, despite facing challenges such as safety car interventions and the need for a fuel stop. Just two minutes before the end of the race, Letlaka’s Lamborghini slowed down but he managed to get it back on track and crossed the finish line with a time of three minutes and 37 seconds. White and Letlaka expressed their excitement and gratitude for the win, and looked forward to the final round at Kyalami. Steve Clark and Mike McLoughlin finished second overall in the Backdraft Slingshot, while Daniel Rowe and Keagan Masters secured third place in the factory Volkswagen Motorsport Polo GTi. Franco di Matteo and Julian Famigliaris won Class E and the overall Index of Performance in their di Matteo Racing Backdraft-Lexus. Unfortunately, some teams faced challenges and had spins or technical issues during the race. The SA GT race also took place during the event, with Michael Stephen emerging as the champion. The final round of the SA Endurance National Championship will be the SAES: Nine Hours of Kyalami.