Audi Club SA
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.
The first event of the Michelin cup took place on the 14 March 2015. the purpose of the even was to classify vehicles for the remainder of the cup as well as to get to meet fellow club members, sponsors and petrolheads.
The Event was a massive success! See some media below.
Prizes For The Day…
TOP 3 TEAMS
Awards were also given to the following people…
Some cool shots we captured on the dayThanks to the committee for organising the event and thanks to the sponsors for some great prizes. It was good clean fun.
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.
Meeting opened by Danie Rabie.
Danie presented finances. Finances available on request. (Danie Rabie)
- Financials to be audited.
Web hosting costs were discussed.
- New host but we could possibly reduce costs. (Shamier Chandley)
Membership Fees Discussed.
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)