Now the Ballito youngster is preparing for a huge weekend at the National Final, being in the middle of no less than five drivers split by just twelve championship points and four heats remaining to decide the champion in what promises to be an epic shootout. "Last weekend was good," Daniel confirmed. "We showed strong pace and that we can run in the top three — I was also happy to lead most of the third race before settling for second. "I am ready for the national, where I hope to enjoy another good day."
Duminy, who is also racing on the main circuits this year, will miss this weekend's VW Polo Cup races in East London to concentrate on his kart championship attack. He takes on Capetonian Sebastian Boyd, who leads the chase with 309 points ahead of Jozi driver Cameron O'Connor and Mozambican Carl Pitzer on 307, Daniel with 304 points and Cape lad Jason Coetzee on 297 points.