Liam Lawson beat Ferrari Driver Academy member Marcus Armstrong to the Toyota Racing Series title with victory in the New Zealand Grand Prix. The 16-year-old sat six points ahead of Armstrong heading into the final race of the season at Manfeild, and lined up second on the grid alongside ex-DTM driver Lucas Auer. Despite struggling […]

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Liam Lawson dominated Saturday’s first race at the Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park, Taupo to narrow the gap to Marcus Armstrong in the Castrol Toyota Racing Series title race to just 26 points. Lawson was never troubled after sitting it out into turn one with a fast starting Armstrong, holding a tight defensive line around the […]

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Marcus Armstrong has added his name to New Zealand’s most famous motorsport cup and with Liam Lawson crashing out of the race at Hampton Downs, has the title lead back with two race weekends to go in the Castrol Toyota Racing Series. The Ferrari Junior driver didn’t put a foot wrong throughout the 25 lap […]

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Liam Lawson grabbed the championship lead back at Hampton Downs on Sunday morning with an epic drive in an intense race in the Castrol Toyota Racing Series. Lawson – starting fourth on a grid line up featuring the top six from the Saturday race starting in reverse order – jumped out from the start into […]

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The Castrol Toyota Racing Series got underway in style last weekend in Cromwell, with some spectacular racing from a grid of 15 high quality budding young international racers representing no fewer than ten countries. Sixteen year old New Zealander Liam Lawson – racing for M2 Competition – wowed the crowds with two stunning race victories […]

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New Zealand Formula 1 driver Brendon Hartley, long-time rally competitor and engineer Andrew Hawkeswood, rising single-seater racer Liam Lawson, and passionate classic car race driver Mike Small have been presented with the premier awards at MotorSport New Zealand’s annual awards night. Held at Shed 6, TSB Arena in Wellington on Saturday 26 May, the MotorSport […]

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Liam Lawson added two more podiums to his German Formula 4 campaign by finishing in second place in two of the three races at Hockenheim. Lawson, 16, has now recorded three podiums in the first six races of the season in his Turners-backed F4 car. Unable to match the pace of championship leader Lirim Zendeli […]

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Liam Lawson will be in Arizona next weekend among a 20-strong international driver line-up, all vying for the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout. Lawson could finally pack his bags after BG World Wheels offered their support to make sure the Pukekohe teenager will be in Phoenix to represent New Zealand, the youngest […]

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Pukekohe student Liam Lawson will be the CareVets Racing Team’s scholarship driver in the coming 2017-2018 Toyota 86 Championship. “It’s a real honour to be selected, the scholarship has been a fast track for the drivers chosen in past seasons and I’m looking forward to racing in a two-car, professionally run team like this,” he […]

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