Two of the youngest drivers in the ENEOS North Island Endurance Series have bounced back to convert pole position into victory at Pukekohe Park. Toyota 86 Championship graduates Jack Milligan, 21, and Reid Harker, 22, took their first victory together in the Three Hour Series for Palmerston North outfit MIKE Racing. It was a memorable […]

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Hampton Downs Motorsport Park is set to play host to some of the fastest and most advanced racing machinery in the country this weekend.   The North Waikato circuit is the shortest on the calendar, but will no doubt provide some of the best racing across the three-round ENEOS North Island Endurance Series.   A […]

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A Bathurst 12 Hour winner, Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup champion, and Virgin Australia Supercars Championship title winner—Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen is well versed in the world of motor racing. It is perhaps a bit of a surprise that the 29-year-old isn’t so fond of his next big challenge. There are corners all around the […]

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Team DSR have gone back-to-back in the Link ECU D1NZ National Drifting Championship after Adam Davies took victory at Manfeild Circuit Chris Amon. Feilding hosted the penultimate round of the D1NZ Pro Series where the rotary-powered Nissan pilot made it the second straight win for the team. Stablemate Dave Steedman took victory at the venue […]

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Shane Hodgson narrowly came out on top in a thrilling final to the ENEOS New Zealand Endurance Championship, but it wasn’t without some last minute bravery. Driving for South Island Endurance Series qualifiers Carter’s Tyres Motorsport, Hodgson came from behind to win the One Hour title in a hotly contested final. Despite massive pressure late […]

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Wet & Forget Racing have come out on top in an unbelievably tight finish to the ENEOS New Zealand Endurance Championship with drivers Simon Evans and Callum Quin. It’s the second time Evans has won the Three Hour title and the first for Toyota 86 Championship graduate Callum Quin. “I’m just stoked for the whole […]

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Friday evening’s precursor to the ENEOS New Zealand Endurance Championship saw a fierce fight between two defending champions, but only one team came out on top. Reigning champion Gene Rollinson is set to start from pole position for his new squad International Motorsport following two tricky qualifying sessions. His fastest time of 1:03.299 was set […]

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Competitors from the North and South Islands will wage war once again at South Auckland’s Pukekohe Park for the ENEOS National Endurance Championship final this month.   This year the tables have turned and it’s the North Island competitors who will have home advantage over their South Island rivals come March 23-24.    Both fields […]

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Nissan-backed drifter Darren Kelly overcame one of the wildest events in D1NZ history to take his first win of the 2018 season. Levels Raceway in Timaru hosted the third round of the Link ECU D1NZ National Drifting Championship where one of the most bizarre incidents curtailed the day’s running. A track layout change was forced […]

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The Link ECU D1NZ National Drifting Championship will return to the South Island this year with its first visit to Timaru in over a decade. The country’s leading drifting series will be joined by Drift South, a series solely based in the South Island. It’ll be the fourth round for them and round three of […]

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