The Pit Bull International Xtreme Motor ShowFor seven days only, from 18-21 April, and from 26-28 April, at 11am and 2pm.
Danilo Cogrossi is an international master of showmanship, creating awe-inspiring high-diving shows, ice-skating shows, acrobatics displays and even dolphin shows. His high-octane stunt shows have travelled all over the world. Now, for the first time in South Africa, Danilo presents the Pit Bull International Xtreme Motor Show, a stunt show that's more than just a display of extreme motoring, but blends comedy and acrobatic agility into an entertaining package perfect for the whole family.
Joining Danilo is Simone Bonelli, a daredevil stunt man and stunt driver, and the comedian of the show. Brothers Didi and Manuel Bizzarro are equally at home behind the wheel or on the back of a stunt motorbike. Seasoned stunt driver Matteo Andreella rounds off the motor-stunt side of the team. Acrobat Tetiana Kalashnikova is the beautiful and super-agile member of the team, and will add her special brand of graceful contortions to the show.
Driving BMW 318i's and stunt motorbikes, they'll delight audiences with their twice-daily shows full of impressive stunts and two-wheel ramping.Classic world of motoring
Hall 5 plays host to the Classic World of Motoring, where more than 120 classic cars will be on display, ranging from humble 1950s Beetles to iconic sports machines. There will be a special supercar element, showcasing some of the most iconic supercars, both modern and classic.
Motoring media personalities, Stuart Johnston and Hendrik Verwoerd, will be on hand to host special attractions throughout the day.XDL SA Street JamAt 12 and 3pm from 18-21 April and from 26-28 April.
At 3pm from 22-25 April.
It's a jam... it's a party.... it's non-stop streetbike stunting at the Rand Show. Join XDL South Africa for one of the biggest breakout extreme sports on two wheels to hit South African shores. Come and see some of the top XDL SA streetbike stunt-riders competing for glory in head-to-head battles, testing their skills in wheelies, burnouts and endos, in the XDL SA Street Jam.Take a pulse-racing drifting rideFrom 18-21 April and 26-28 April, from 10-11am, 1-2 pm and 4-6pm (3-6 p.m. on 19-20 April).
From 22-25 April, from 10am to 3pm and 4-6pm.
Get a taste of the blistering rear-wheel driving flair, 'slideways' motions and serious speed that are all part and parcel of the world's fastest growing motorsport - drifting.
Brave Rand Show visitors can take a 'suicide ride', hitching a ride on the track with a pro-drift driver, to experience for themselves the heart-pounding thrill of drifting.
For R150 per person, visitors get to jump into the 6.0-litre, V8, rear-wheel drive 'Speed & Sound Barloworld GM' Chevrolet SS Luminas and let pros like local daredevil drifting stunt driver, Jim McFarlane, show them how it's done.The Rand Show 2014Dates:
From Friday 18 April to Monday 28 April, 2014. Show hours:
Gates open daily at 9am. Ticketing booths into the showgrounds close at 6pm, although the show closes at 7pm.Venue:
Johannesburg Expo Centre, Rand Show Road, Nasrec. (GPS - S26°14.810' E27°68.695')Tickets:
R100 for adults, R50 for pensioners over 65, R50 for teens aged 13-16, R20 for kids aged 6 to 12, and free
for children under six.
Tickets are available at the gate or through Computicket. (There is no surcharge on Computicket tickets.)Value:
Tickets give visitors free entry to the majority of the Rand Show's top attractions.Top attractions:
: The Naked Scientist; SNOW Time, the Rand Show's winter wonderland of snow; The Pit Bull International Xtreme Motor Show; SA's Strongest Man Qualifier; Theuns Jordaan, Swing City, Dozi and Tokyo Groove, plus many more in concert on the Showtime Stage; the Blackball Premier League playoffs; the SA Chefs Theatre; SANDF military displays and exhibits; the Animal Kingdom with bird and snake shows; and playtime for kids in Tumble Town.