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sheldon
18-12-2014 09:42
yeah considering taking that one as it also FWD which is what I'd be driving most of time when i get my c63 then ill take amg course Pfft

Cupra08
18-12-2014 09:17
Hi Sheldon I did VW one, its awesome!!

sheldon
18-12-2014 08:28
anyone here had advanced driving course with VW or mercedez amg? As im getting it as christmas present.

G-Fresh
17-12-2014 12:24
Selling my K04 FR Sad

mange
10-12-2014 07:54
HAppy Bday Guys !!! Cupra 381 shaunie g Kash007

mange
09-12-2014 11:54
Ah... I see... Thanks seanz

seanz
09-12-2014 11:45
Not running the shop anymore.

mange
09-12-2014 11:10
Hey guys anyone know where E_CTFSi has moved to? Shop used to be in Noordheuwel

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Images from some new SEAT's coming this year

Some of the new and concept card that SEAT have shown

First off the SEAT FR Supercopa this will be available in the UK and is pretty much a FR + toys that would usually cost enough to make getting the Cupra a no brainer.Read more

The SEAT Leon FR+ Supercopa Has Just Been Released

 

The SEAT Leon FR+ Supercopa has just been released with prices starting from £22,530 for the 2.0 TDI 170 PS six-speed manual model.

The Supercopa is basically the Leon FR+ model fitted with £3,000 SEAT Sport body kit for just £750 more. The body kit includes extensively re-worked front and rear bumpers, side skirts, a more pronounced tailgate spoiler, bespoke BBS 18-inch alloy wheels and unique chrome-tipped, twin exhausts and badging.

The Supercopa is constructed by the very same engineers at SEAT Sport who have nurtured SEAT’s WTCC title-winning race cars There is a range of colours – including Nevada White, Emoción Red and Speed Blue, shown in our image. There is a choice of either 2.0 TSI 211 PS petrol or 2.0 TDI CR 170 PS turbodiesel engine.

The SEAT Leon FR+ Supercopa comes with the SEAT Media System 2.2 which includes satellite-navigation with five-inch colour touch screen and dynamic route guidance, DAB radio, Bluetooth audio streaming and SD card slot; Bluetooth phone connection; bi-xenon headlights with AFS (Adaptive Front-lighting System) and rear parking sensors.

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Two notorious hypercars – of which only one, it would seem, is a thoroughbred.

 

Ron Dennis does not suffer fools gladly.

The boss of McLaren cars carved his reputation in the uncompromising world of F1, where he rose from a simple mechanic to become one of the most astute (and abrasive) team managers the sport has ever seen.

Since retiring from McLaren’s F1 racing activities, Dennis has applied himself to ensure the company’s second roadcar offering – the MP4-12C – is as good as its first, the incomparable F1 hypercar.

The MP4-12C simply has to best the Ferrari 458, Lamborghini Gallardo and Noble M600 dynamically to be considered a success by Dennis.
2009 AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX - RACE


   Jenson Button led the Brawn GP team to victory in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix today, achieving his second Grand Prix win and capping a stunning debut race weekend for the British-based team. Team-mate Rubens Barrichello brought his BGP 001 car home in second position to achieve the first one-two finish for a new team since Mercedes-Benz in 1954.
  
EXPERTS HIGHLY VALUE SEAT’S RESIDUALS
EXPERTS HIGHLY VALUE SEAT’S RESIDUALS
Written by zboyd   
Tuesday, 20 January 2009

More good news for SEAT buyers comes from the residual value experts at CAP Motor Research Ltd, a key provider of used car prices to the motor trade, who have been busy
Car Magazine September 2008

CAR: What is your racing background, and
how did you get started?

Graeme Nathan: I started racing at the age
of six in motocross. I raced there for many
years, moving up through the classes as I
got older. I had a really big crash in 1992,
which cost me my sponsor, since I was off
the bike for quite some time while recover-
ing from a broken back and neck vertebra.
Because the speed bug would not go away,
my dad and I bought an old Mini Cooper in
1994, which he drove that year and I drove
the next. That was the start of my track-
racing career, in the Historics series.
CAR: What championships have you won
to date?

GN: I have won quite a few motocross titles
and regional car championships as well as
the 2001 Polo Cup title.
CAR: Was it a gamble signing up with the
Seat team, especially considering that the
marque has never competed on local soil
before?
GN: Driving the Seat and signing for the
team has been really exciting as it was a
new venture. Because the car is based on a
Golf 5 GTI, I was very keen to have a go as I
had previously raced the GTI in Class T. In
addition to that there was a lot of overseas
experience that we had access to.
CAR: The Cupra has been fast since its
début late last year. How much of the
develop ment did you do locally and how
is the Seat as a racecar?

GN: The Seat’s début was so good that we
had to get 120 kg of lead (ballast) into it to
slow it down so the other cars in Class T
stood a chance of winning. The car has
been developed locally as the specs of the
Seats overseas are completely different.
Most of the work has been carried out at
my workshop, with lots of input and effort
from Dean Jeffery, Vic Maharaj and Rob
Green Motorsport.
CAR: How do you rate your chances of
taking the overall and Class T titles this
year, and who is your biggest rival?

GN: We are leading Class T at the moment
and rate our chances of taking the class title
very well. But we’re under big pressure from
last year’s champion Iain Pepper.
CAR: There are quite a few rookies in the
Production Car category. Who do you rate
as a rising star?

GN: The rookie of this year, for me, must be
Gary van Heerden. He is competing in the
toughest class in the country and is doing a
great gob in his new Opel Astra OPC.
CAR: With the biggest field of competitors,
do you think that Class T is the future?

GN: Class T is the only class to compete in,
as the drivers are the best.
CAR: What’s been your most memorable
on-track experience?

GN: It would have to be my first national
championship win. It was in Polo Cup back in
1998. It was even more special because it was
in the rain and the field had some really big
names (all former champions in various formulae) like Marthinus Briers, Iain Pepper,
Basil Mann, Neil Stephens and Derrick Irving.
Cunha (Nissan 350Z) claimed second, ahead
of Anthony Taylor in the second BMW.
In race two, Johan Fourie (Audi A4) forced
his way past Michael Stephen (Audi A4)
with just two laps remaining, to claim the
victory. From 11th place Leeroy Poulter
(Nissan 350Z), worked his way into third.
Graeme Nathan (Seat León Cupra)
claimed heat one of the hotly contested
Class T. Nathan finished ahead of Gary
Formato (Ford Focus ST), with reigning
champion Iain Pepper (VW Golf GTI) in
third. Pepper led home Reghardt Roets
(Opel Astra OPC) in heat two with champion-
ship leader Nathan claiming third. Ben
Morgenrood (Mazda RX-8) scored a double
in Class B. Danie van Niekerk (Ford Fiesta ST)
Winter Warmer
The temperature may have been cool, but
the on-track action was hot at Kyalami’s
July meeting.
The first Class A race in the Production
Car battle went to Etienne van der Linde in
the privately entered BMW 330i. Marco da
Reproduced with permission from CAR Magazine. With thanks to Mr. John Bentley and Mr. Sudhir Matai
For the full article please see CAR magazine September 2008 issue page 155 and 157.
Visit www.cartoday.com or for subscriptions visit www.magsathome.co.za 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SEAT stands out in the 2008 ADAC service centre test
  
SEAT scored a magnificent fourth place out of a total of 15 brands participating in the stringent service centre inspection carried out annually by the German automobile club ADAC. This result rates the Spanish company as one of the most highly qualified in the sector with respect to working efficiency and quality, as well as customer service throughout its extensive sales network.
The five SEAT service centres examined stood out for their excellence in all the sections tested by the ADAC members. The aim of the test was to focus on an in-depth evaluation of the entire process, from the moment the car arrived at the official service centre until it left the facilities completely repaired and ready to be driven away. Each vehicle under inspection arrived with exactly the same mechanical failures, at which moment each detail was scrutinised and the scores added up.
SEAT’s main premise in this initiative is to centre on achieving excellence in customer service. A pleasant, professional welcome, a dealership atmosphere able to convey sportiness, design and vitality, and extraordinary knowledge of all the vehicles are some of the aspects that SEAT is promoting in all of its dealerships.
Without a doubt, training programmes such as SEAT Excellence, which involves more than 123 two-day Excellence Workshops this year, allow SEAT to improve customer satisfaction levels and increase sales and profitability.
 
  
GREEN, KEEN DRIVING MACHINES? SEAT SAYS DIESEL DO NICELY!
SEATCupra.net
Written by m0rk   
Wednesday, 30 January 2008
 SEAT is among those leading the field when it comes to producing quick, slick cars capable of delivering that most rare of motoring commodities: the genuinely exciting, genuinely  ‘greener’ driving experience. 

With diesel now taking upwards of 40% of the new car market, the Spanish manufacturer’s selection of sporty TDI-engined models is at the forefront of the shift towards the black pumps.
SEAT SPORT SETS TONGUES WAGGING
NewsThe SEAT Sport team came to the fore this past Saturday, showing great promise as they managed to qualify Graeme Nathan in Pole Position and leave Kyalami with a victory in their first race weekend.

The two SEAT Leon Cupra’s of Graeme Nathan and Phillip Kekana were only finished 10 days before the race meeting and by all accounts should be undergoing an extensive development programme. Instead, they gave notice of their intention to dominate South African motorsport with an emphatic display of outright pace and reliability.

An electronic niggle hampered Phillip Kekana’s progress as he tried in vain to overcome an ESP gremlin which surfaced on race-day. Despite this, Phillip managed to keep his Leon Cupra both on the pace and on the track, despite a torrential rainstorm, reminiscent of a monsoon. Phillip never put a foot wrong, driving well within his limits in order to bring the car home in one piece.

It was Graeme Nathan who threw caution to the wind, leading the pack from pole position before being overtaken during the safety-car period. Graeme was compromised by the driver ahead of him who drove defensively, slowing him to the extent that a second driver managed to pass him, thus relegating him to third.

In race 2, Graeme led from flag-to-flag, winning the race and setting a new lap record in the process.

“We couldn’t have scripted a better start to our motorsport career with SEAT,” quipped an ecstatic Team Manager, Martin Steer. “Pole position, a race win and a lap record, all on debut. It doesn’t get better than that,” he enthused.

“SEAT’s debut at Kyalami on Saturday was both exciting and emotional for the brand. The win and new lap record achieved by Graeme Nathan in the Leon Cupra only confirmed what our customers already know – that SEAT’s sporty performance is second to none in its class. The day was a triumph for the brand and a public declaration of the competitive spirit of SEAT Sport in the motorsport arena. We look forward with keen anticipation to the 2008 motorsport season” said Carrin Merkel, SEAT Sales and Marketing Manager.

Where is the CUPRA ?
NewsI have to wonder why we have had to wait so long for the CUPRA to arrive.

Surely we should have had it six months ago, it seems VW are intent on ensuring that the CUPRA does not take sales away from its upcoming GTI-R models or S3 both of which are pretty much the same thing with the S3 have a bit more go for a lot more money (188Kw for R336K). I have to feel that delaying this is going to cost them in sales overall.

And no matter how we feel about SEAT as a brand it still needs to offer something special to grow the brand. Many buyers out there looking for something special and yet reliable is going to look at alternatives to the GTI-R. That’s what I was looking for when I bought my SEAT I simply did not want to trade my golf4 for a golf5 and thus went to look at the LEON ( ending up with a TDI CUPRA is a different story)

VW set a trend with their performance models and have a superb motor in the 2.0FSI and 2.0TFSI. However they don’t exploit their advantage and I don’t understand this. Are they trying to create exclusivity by limiting the numbers that their cars are available in. As we have seen in the past GTI’s were being sold for R50K above book simply because they had one. And now with the CUPRA they seem to be holding back till the GTI-R gets its big debut and then the CUPRA can follow the main act even if it’s been ready for months.

Well here is the main concern I have with this.
Reading today’s news 24 and looking at the Mazda3 MPS they have piped VW to the post by launching a 191KW pocket rocket. This is surely going to be very attractive as an alternative to many in the market for something lively. Let’s face it the Mazda3 and LEON could be twins separated at birth in the looks department. With an advanced driving course thrown in that could easily be a deciding factor for many.

It all boils down to the CUPRA with its hot 177KW Motor being down 14Kw on a car that costs 10K less and comes not only with the performance brakes as standard but also with a advanced driving course.

It’s seems VW got caught napping due to internal red tape.
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