Sheridan Morais, Troy Bezuidenhout, Jared Schultz and Dorren Loureiro will take on the world's best this year.
Two South Africans, one just 12 years old, won world titles in 2016; one of them is SA's Motorsportsman of the Year.
Australian star races Nissan's 200kW electric sports-car prototype through the streets of Monte Carlo at midnight.
Sebastien Buemi wins third race in a row, while Argentinian fans get to see 'race' between two driverless cars.
TV host and stunt driver Tanner Foust takes his 410kW, all-wheel drive RallyCross Beetle out on the public road.
Finland's Jari-Matti Latvala swept to a stunning victory in Rally Sweden, while also taking the title lead.
Gavin Ramsay was one of the stars of the annual SA TT classic challenge between Scotland and South Africa.
Tito Rabat returns to Europe for surgery after breaking his hand in a crash during the first pre-season test.
South Africa's very first national Saloon Car champion, 'Oom Koos' Swanepoel has passed away in Cape Town.
Triple world champion recognised he had work to do after poor performance in first official pre-season test.
Cal Crutchlow will be happy with just one MotoGP win in 2017, as long as it's in his home race at Silverstone.
This year’s Passion for Speed extravaganza has attracted more then 300 entries, with 34 from abroad.
The show has grown, not only in the quantity but also in the quality of the classic machines on display.
Drama all the way as Montoya faces off against Tom Kristensen and Seb Vettel goes it alone in the team event.
New Sauber driver Pascal Wehrlein ordered to rest following a huge crash at the Race of Champions in Miami.