Following the 2wd World Championship that took place earlier in the week in South Africa, the 4wd Championship got underway later in the week and again had a poor turnout, only attracting 20 drivers. Winner of the 2wd title, Martin Achter, driving the Durango DEX410, took the TQ spot with 3 wins in qualifying to line up easily ahead of Gerrit Houws and Brandon Joynt. In the first A-main, Martin simply checked out, while carnage behind helped him extend his lead to take a comfortable win in front of another Durango racer Jaco van Eerden in 2nd and Brandon Joynt 3rd with a Kyosho. Leg 2 saw more of the same from Martin and he took the win to secure his 2nd World title in a week, while Brandon Joynt took 2nd ahead of Hot Bodies racer Craig Loughton in 3rd. With the title already won Achter decided to sit out the 3rd leg and this allowed Gerrit Gouws to take the win despite big pressure from Craig Loughton who took 2nd, while Guilherme De Sousa, driving an Associated took 3rd. The overall positions saw Martin Achter crowned World Champion with Gerrit Gouws in 2nd and Craig Laughton in 3rd overall.