Murphy, Stichbury – the names of two Kiwi motorsport legends returned to the track on Friday at Hampton Downs in the northern Waikato as the Toyota 86 Championship hosted 25 fresh race drivers at its post-season test day. Ronan, son of Greg Murphy; and Zac, son of Ashley Stichbury (1971-2002), were among the new group […]

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Callum Crawley has claimed the 2017/18 Hi-Q Components NZ Formula First Championship after taking the final race of the season at Pukekohe Park Raceway. Heading into the weekend 26 points from the lead, the Manawatu man started his weekend the right way with pole position in qualifying on Saturday morning while then series leader Kaleb […]

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Drivers in next summer’s Castrol Toyota Racing Series will now be able to score Formula One Super License points. The world governing body of Motorsport, the Federation Internationale Automobile (FIA) has given New Zealand’s premier motor racing series the recognition. “It’s a boost for our series and will certainly make it more attractive for young […]

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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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The New Zealand Endurance Championship winning team has a new name and a heavily modified car to take on the field at Pukekohe Park this weekend and attempt to defend its title. Wet and Forget Racing is the new name of SMEG Racing and championship winning driver Simon Evans will team up with Callum Quin […]

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M Developments has taken the lead for motorsport in New Zealand, debuting the first Volkswagen Golf GTI TCR. The M Developments team is hoping to create a new conversation and following for this class of racecar. Driver Barry Moore couldn’t be happier with the interest and discussion generated since the TCR landed in New Zealand […]

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The CareVets Scholarship test and evaluation day has been moved from its traditional September date to April 30 at Hampton Downs to give more drivers keen to race in the series a chance to secure the sponsored drive, and for the winner to be in place in time for a crack at Class 3 of […]

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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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