The CMaster Invitational: Phase 3 kicks off this weekend

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The CMaster Invitational takes the top South African TrackMania Nations drivers and puts them to the test to see who will be the ultimate champion. What has happened thus far?

If you missed it, you can catch some of the previous highlights right here. The standings after Phase 2 are as follows…


As you can see, there is a 3-way tie for 3rd position (basically confirming Half-Life 3) and another for 10th. The final positions for those spots will be determined in a cup playout which will take place tomorrow, the 21st of September at 17:00.

Following that at 18:00 will be the start of Phase 3. The tracks will be:

  • Abducted challenge
  • Avatar
  • Clash with reality
  • Leave it behind
  • Morning fog
  • Simple01

The schedule is as follows:


If you’d like to see some of the action from Phase 2, Peet Luckhoff, one of the drivers in the tournament, has been uploading various videos to his YouTube channel. These are just a few of the highlights:

The world record Dedimania time is shattered by 2 racers in the first lap of the race!

The big one, the race everyone has been waiting for.  The No 1 and 2 in the country up against each other!

Contender for race of the night!

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Last Updated: September 20, 2014

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Matthew Figueira

Defence of the Ancients? More like Defence of the cabbages! Have you seen my head? I look like a Merino Sheep on pole. NO SHANGE only SHAPPIES! :D

  • Spaffy

    I tried my hand at this for a while.
    CMaster is world class, I can’t get within a second of his time

  • Peet Luckhoff

    Some great races over the weekend, Phase 3 is now complete, and we move on the the Main event!

  • Danie Nell

    That pool under Zymbaco is a car magnet…

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