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Conrad Clark keen to follow in footsteps of champions

As the country gets excited about its first Formula 1 driver in more than three decades, another young gun from the same category that nurtured a young Brendon Hartley is also setting his sights high for the coming season. Taupo driver Conrad Clark will run the full Hi-Q Components Formula First season this coming summer,…
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Karting champion Novalak is Castrol Toyota Racing Series’ first international driver

Double WSK world champion kart racer Clement Novalak is the first international driver confirmed for the 2018 Castrol Toyota Racing Series (TRS). Born in France but raised in Switzerland, Novalak (16) began competitive karting in the French championship in 2012. He has been racing in the United Kingdom for the world-renowned Tony Kart factory team.…
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Hartley’s F1 news sensational for NZ motorsport

The announcement that Kiwi racing driver Brendon Hartley will race for Formula 1 team Scuderia Toro Rosso in America next weekend is a yet another major milestone in Hartley’s stellar career and for New Zealand motorsport as a whole. Hartley’s debut F1 race, the United States Grand Prix at the Circuit of the Americas (COTA)…
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Mike Racing confirms Rush Hour entry

Speed Works Events Rush Hour concept is gathering pace, with the first wild card GT3 entry for the three round, televised one hour mini enduro series confirmed with one of Mike Racing’s Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 cars. The Rush Hour concept will add value for competitors taking part in the BNT V8s, Pirelli Porsche, TradeZone…
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Scott and Adam together again for Toyota 86

Lyall Williamson’s International Motorsport team – one of the most enduring and successful race operations in the history of New Zealand motorsport – will run cars in the coming Toyota 86 Championship for young drivers Connor Adam and Michael Scott. Connor Adam made his 86 debut in last year’s series, taking a podium finish and…
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Toyota Racing New Zealand appoints Nico Caillol as TRS category co-manager Motorsport engineer Nicolas Caillol has been named co-manager of the Toyota Racing Series. The appointment fills the final major position to take the championship forward, Toyota New Zealand Motorsport Manager Steve Boyce said. “Nicolas Caillol – Nico – has been a familiar sight in…
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TOYOTA OPENS NEW FACILITY AT HAMPTON DOWNS

Toyota Racing New Zealand has officially opened its new purpose built headquarters at the Hampton Downs motor racing circuit in the north Waikato. Half-way between Auckland and Hamilton, the headquarters is the largest dedicated motorsport facility in the country and is home to the premier Toyota Racing Series and also the single-make Toyota 86 Championship.…
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Brendon Leitch first signing for Castrol Toyota Racing Series 2018

Invercargill race driver Brendon Leitch, 21, is the first signing for the coming Castrol Toyota Racing Series. The championship, which gets under way at Ruapuna near Christchurch in mid-January, consistently attracts the best and fastest Kiwi drivers who go up against a strong field of international drivers keen to hone their skills on unfamiliar circuits…
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BNT V8s ALL SET FOR SEASON 10

The New Zealand Touring Car Championship will kick off its season in November with the announcement that BNT will once again be the naming rights sponsor of the championship – the 10th consecutive season the company has supported top-level V8 racing in New Zealand. With extended support from BNT – the leading provider in New…
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Cockerton wins in China as Kiwi racers make their mark internationally

The three New Zealand graduates of the 2017 Castrol Toyota Racing Series are making their mark on global motor racing. Pukekohe’s Taylor Cockerton (20) has won the 2017 Formula Masters Series title at the fifth and final round held at the Shanghai International Circuit over the weekend. Cockerton scored a fourth and three victories at…
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Hi-Q Components NZ Formula First set for 50th year of competition

The NZ Formula First Championship is gearing up for its 50th year of racing this summer and it’s set to be its best season yet! Increased entry numbers, a return to the New Zealand Grand Prix and a 50th Anniversary celebration are going to be just a few highlights of the upcoming season. Long-time supporter…
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MAZDA RACERS SET FOR HUGE BOOST

One of New Zealand’s longest established club categories is upping the stakes this coming season with a brand new title sponsor and plans for televising at least three of the seven rounds of its series, which will run as part of the Speed Works Events Motorsport Championship next season. DTM Wheel and Tyre have stepped…
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CareVets to the fore as racers grid up for Toyota 86 Championship

Eleven race drivers have already stepped up for the 2017-2018 Toyota 86 Championship, which starts in early November at the V8 Supercars race event before settling in for the rest of its season as part of the Speed Works Events premier motorsport championship. Leading entries are the two-car CareVets Racing team, with last season’s rookie…
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Cassidy’s Sugo heart break

Aucklander Nick Cassidy’s rollercoaster ride in Japan’s Super Formula Series continued at Sportsland Sugo over the weekend. The 23-year-old qualified on pole position. “I was able to put in one of the laps of my life,” said the triple New Zealand Grand Prix winner. Behind him were both the Japanese drivers from Toyota’s World Endurance…
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LAND BACK FOR FULL SEASON IN PANORAMA FORD

PORTERGORUP V8 Ute team Panorama Motorsport is upping the ante for the forthcoming season by becoming a two car team. Jason ‘Mario’ Land will return for the four round 2017-2018 championship at the wheel of the Hamilton-based team’s Betta Autoparts supported Ford BF Falcon, joining the team alongside existing racer and potential championship winner Glen…
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Milligan aims for top of the Mountain with Bathurst drive

Every Kiwi racing driver’s dream will become reality for Jack Milligan when he races a Toyota 86 sports coupe at the Bathurst 1000 next month. The 21 year old Christchurch driver has had a challenging few years battling his way through karts and RX7 racing to secure the second CareVets Scholarship car in last season’s…
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PORTERGROUP BACK FOR MORE WITH V8 UTES

Leading New Zealand equipment hire firm, the PORTERGROUP, has today confirmed it will continue with its title sponsorship of the PORTERGROUP V8 UTE Series for the 2017-2018 season and will expand its corporate hospitality programme with the series. National TV coverage on TV3’s CRC Motorsport show on Sunday afternoons and exceptional racing action over the…
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TIMPERLEY SET FOR V8 DEBUT

23-year-old Auckland driver Brock Timperley will make his BNT NZ Touring Car Championship debut in November when round one gets underway at Pukekohe. A former Rookie of the Season in the Mazda Pro 7 Championship, last season Timperley went on to Win the New Zealand Championship for Pro 7 Plus finish 3rd in the North…
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Toyota Racing New Zealand at full speed in 2018 championship preparation

Australian Sarah Brown, a veteran of almost a decade in key management roles with the V8 Supercars organisation in Australia is joining the Castrol Toyota Racing Series as one of two category managers. Her appointment comes as championship preparations hit top speed, marking the 150-day milestone on the countdown to TRS 2018. She will take…
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SPEED WORKS ANNOUNCE TV FOR RUSH HOUR FEATURE RACES

Premier Motorsport Championship promoter Speed Works Events has today confirmed that each of its three Rush Hour races to be held during the upcoming season will be televised on Three’s CRC Motorsport show. “We’re really excited with the interest so far – we’re looking for the fastest cars in the country to compete in the…
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Liam Lawson wins CareVets Scholarship for coming Toyota 86 Championship

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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HARKER EYEING CASTROL TRS

2016–’17 Toyota 86 Championship runner-up Reid Harker has signalled he wants to be a contender in next year’s Castrol Toyota Racing Series. The 21-year-old recently tested Toyota’s FT50 open wheeler at Hampton Downs Motorsport Park following on from his success in the feeder series. With a taste of the wings-and-slicks platform, the former New Zealand…
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Toyota 86 Championship moves to Hankook tyres

The category manager of the Toyota 86 Championship has announced a switch to a semi-slick tyre from Hankook for the 2017-2018 series. At the CRC Speedshow in Auckland, Geoff Short said the decision came after extensive on-track testing of six brands and means drivers will have an ‘all new’ championship thanks to the different performance…
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The Affordable First Step on the V8 Pathway

As young New Zealand drivers look for the next step of their racing career, increasing numbers are looking towards Class Two of the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship as a way to hone their V8 tin top skills. Since the class was incorporated into the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship, a number of drivers have…
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Baldwin tops Elite Motorsport Academy points to date

Nineteen-year-old race driver Jordan Baldwin has topped the points-table following the intensive week-long camp in Dunedin which commences the New Zealand Elite Motorsport Academy programme for 2017. Baldwin, from Howick, Auckland, is one of eight young motorsport competitors selected to participate in the year-long training and coaching programme designed to provide the competitors with an…
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CHAMPIONSHIP WINNING CARS LINE UP FOR CRC SPEEDSHOW

"In a year when Kiwis have won at Le Mans, in Indycar and are dominating Supercars across the ditch, we wanted to showcase all of the top categories in New Zealand that are producing the stars of both today and tomorrow," explained Speed Works Events promoter Geoff Short. It will be the first time that…
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Toyota Racing New Zealand ramps up 2018 Championship plans

New premises, new people: the Castrol Toyota Racing Series, New Zealand’s premier racing category, is once more raising the standard for top-level motor racing. Toyota Racing New Zealand has now confirmed all five rounds of the 2018 Championship which once more begins at Ruapuna near Christchurch with the coveted Lady Wigram Trophy and concludes five…
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Bamber and Hartley champion Kiwi motorsport with Le Mans win

Kiwis Earl Bamber and Brendon Hartley, with German team-mate Timo Bernhard, staged an incredible comeback to win the 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours. The drivers and Porsche crew never gave up even though the number two Porsche 919 LMP1 Hybrid was, at one point, 19 laps off the lead and second to last in the…
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Young Rookie Ready for V8 Challenge

Seventeen-year-old Inglewood student Matt Podjursky will make his touring car debut when he joins the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship for round one in November at Pukekohe. Podjursky will line up in class two of the championship in a recently purchased Ford Falcon – previously campaigned by Brad Lauder.Having climbed his way up the ranks…
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Christchurch secures first 2018 Premier Motorsport Championship South Island date

Motorsport promoter Speed Works Events has confirmed 12-14 January 2018 as one the key dates of this year’s championship calendar for the 2017-2018 summer racing season, with the Mike Pero Motorsport Park, Ruapuna hosting The Lady Wigram Trophy – the first round of the international Toyota Racing Series. The circuit, which hosted the first round…
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One hour GT, Porsche and V8 races aim to boost series fields

New Zealand’s Premier Motorsport Championship is set for a shakeup next season, with Speed Works Events confirming a dedicated one hour feature race for GT, Porsche and V8 race cars as part of the 2017–’18 calendar. Promoter Geoff Short confirmed the yet to be named feature race series will form a key part of four…
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Manfeild successful with New Zealand Grand Prix bid

The support of seven city and district councils in the Horizons region played a key role in the decision to award a multi-year contract to host the New Zealand Grand Prix to Manfeild Circuit Chris Amon. The New Zealand Grand Prix (NZGP) is one of only two current national Grand Prix events that are not…
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TITLE FEST AT PUKE THIS WEEKEND

A host of racing titles are set to be decided this weekend (April 1 and 2) at Pukekohe Park in the final event in the Speed Works Motorsport Championship. Principal among these are two more championship titles – the NZ SuperTruck title and the Pirelli Porsche title. In the big rigs Troy Wheeler heads to…
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Team mates Yardley and Milligan deliver Toyota 86 Championship result

Christchurch drivers Ryan Yardley and Jack Milligan have handed CareVets team owner Keith Houston the perfect championship result. The team-mates dominated the latter part of the championship and at Hampton Downs today. CareVets Scholarship driver Milligan won the rookie title with a race spare and helped Yardley in his unstoppable run to the 2016-2017 Toyota…
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Nick Ross Battles Wet Conditions at Hampton Downs

Cambridge V8 driver Nick Ross, has finished sixth overall in the 2016/17 BNT NZ Touring Car Championship following the final round held at Hampton Downs over the weekend. With wet conditions hampering the efforts of competitors at the North Waikato circuit, Ross qualified his Total Lubricants Nissan Altima in fourth position, and went on to…
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Evans and MacDonald Take Round Wins at Hampton Downs

The BNT NZ Touring Car Championship has wrapped up its season with a final day of racing at a very wet Hampton Downs today. Race two of the weekend was won by Jason Bargwanna followed by Simon Evans and Lance Hughes. Class two of the championship was won by Nick Farrier who claimed his first…
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MOORE TAKES TITLE

Matt ‘The Stinger’ Spratt took the Race 3 win and the round at the final round of the PORTERGROUP V8 Ute championship at Hampton Downs, but the weekend was all about the drama of the title fight and it was Richard ‘Danger’ Moore who completed a season-long comeback with the championship title. Starting off second,…
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MOORE TAKES SERIES LEAD WITH ONE RACE TO GO

Richard ‘Danger’ Moore could not have hoped for more. A race win effectively gifted to him when the front row starters spun off together at the first corner, brake failure for the championship leader Paul Manuell on the penultimate lap and a zero points haul when he couldn’t get out of the gravel trap to…
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Evans and MacDonald Take Wins and Titles at Hampton Downs

Simon Evans and Liam MacDonald have won the class one and class two BNT NZ Touring Car titles respectively at Hampton Downs today. Evans, in his Smeg Holden Commodore started from pole for race one of the weekend but lost the lead to the Toyota Camry of Jason Bargwanna off the start. The pair battled…
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Down to wire in BNT Tourers

As the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship heads to its final round of the 2016/17 season at Hampton Downs this weekend, there is still plenty to play for in both class one and two. Reigning class one champion Simon Evans in his Smeg Holden holds a healthy lead, with 198-points over Tom Alexander. With 75…
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CHRISTCHURCH TEEN YARDLEY AIMS TO WIN

Yardley has been on the podium at all five rounds of the championship to date. Driving with the CareVets team he has won two races, finished second no less than seven times and has a 74 point lead over second-placed Reid Harker of Albany. Yardley says he is looking forward to the weekend and is…
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MotorSport NZ confirms long-term contract for race championship series promoter

MotorSport New Zealand (MSNZ) has confirmed a long-term contract with Speed Works Events as the promoter of the premier race championships which take place each New Zealand summer at race circuits around the country. MSNZ owns the commercial rights to the top-tier motor racing championships, and in conjunction with the Series Organisers Group* (SOG), MSNZ…
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The final countdown!

On March 11 and 12 we’re at Hampton Downs for the season climax of the BNT NZ Touring Cars, the Toyota 86 Championship and the PORTERGROUP V8 Utes, the Pirelli Porsches, the Ssangyong Actyon Utes, Formula First, the TRADEZONE GTRNZ classes of GT1/2 and GT3/4 and the fabulous Central Muscle Cars. All of these classes…
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Applications for 2017 Elite Motorsport Academy close soon

Motorsport competitors keen to further their career aspirations by being selected to participate in the New Zealand Elite Motorsport Academy have until 17 March to submit their applications for the 2017 intake. The Elite Motorsport Academy is managed by the MotorSport New Zealand Scholarship Trust and run by world-class tutors from Academy of Sport South…
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Lawson encouraged by Scott’s US ‘Shoot-out’ experience

The latest winner of the New Zealand Formula 1600 competition, Liam Lawson, is encouraged by Michael Scott’s experience at the ‘scholarship shoot-out’ for the 2017 Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda, held in December last year. As part of winning the 2016/17 NZ F1600 title, Lawson now has the opportunity to head to the…
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Randle wins and looks beyond single seaters

Thomas Randle (20), became the first Australian to win the Castrol Toyota Racing Series – deservedly so – in its 13 year history, with a great demonstration of driving at the Manfeild Grand Prix over the weekend. The series has now established itself as the best off-season racing, for North American and European drivers looking…
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Moore win means title will go to last round

Richard ‘Danger’ Moore delivered his second win of the weekend at the New Zealand Grand Prix to ensure the fight for the 2017 PORTERGROUP V8 Utes championship title goes down to the wire at the final round at Hampton Downs. Starting from pole position after a first and third netted him top points, Moore was…
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New part ‘demon’ ruins Ross weekend

It wasn’t meant to be for Cambridge driver Nick Ross at round five of the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship at Manfeild near Feilding over the weekend. Despite having one of the fastest cars on the circuit, the Total Lubricants Nissan Altima was plagued by mechanical gremlins, putting a dampener on what was a promising…
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Daruvala takes GP, Randle the title

Melbourne’s Thomas Randle has become the first Australian to win the Toyota Racing Series title at Manfeild this afternoon in finishing third to Jehan Daruvala in the 62nd New Zealand Grand Prix. “It’s an amazing relief,” said Randle, who went into the race one point behind Pedro Piquet (Brazil) who finished fourth and one point…
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Harker goes three from three in Toyota 86 Championship

Christchurch driver Ryan Yardley is still in control of the 2016-2017 Toyota 86 Championship, but hard-charging Reid Harker has significantly eroded the points gap with three wins from three starts at Manfeild. Racing on the newly renamed Circuit Chris Amon, Albany driver Harker has taken the fight to the CareVets Racing team and chipped away…
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Liam Lawson wins NZ F1600 Championship title at Manfeild

Pukekohe’s Liam Lawson has continued on his winning way claiming the 2016/17 New Zealand Formula 1600 Championship title at the final round held at Manfeild Park over the weekend.  The 14 year old sealed the championship in the first race of the weekend, putting any chance of Canterbury rival Michael Collins beyond reach.  The final…
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Solid weekend nets Cockerton seventh in Toyota Racing Series

Pukekohe’s Taylor Cockerton has finished a solid seventh overall in the 2017 Castrol Toyota Racing Series after three strong race results at the NZ Grand Prix meeting over the weekend.  The final of five consecutive rounds saw Taylor finish seventh, sixth and ninth in the final three races at the Manfeild Park circuit in Feilding.…
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Evans again but Barry takes debut race win

Simon Evans has won the weekend at the fifth round of the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship at Manfeild. Evans claimed two wins and a second place over the weekend’s three races giving him enough points to claim the round honours. Evans looked on form to take his third race win of the weekend in…
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Harker aims to blow Toyota 86 Championship wide open

Albany driver Reid Harker is chipping away at the championship lead of CareVets driver Ryan Yardley, in the 2016-2017 Toyota 86 Championship. Victory in today’s first race of the weekend is one step closer to the title for the Albany driver. Michael Scott had qualified on pole, while Harker was off the back, serving out…
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Evans Wins Opener at Manfeild While Rivals Clash

Simon Evans has won the opening race of the weekend at round five of the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship at Manfeild on Saturday afternoon. But while Evans won the race ahead of Nick Ross and Jason Bargwanna who finished second and third respectively, it was two of the championships young chargers behind who cause…
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Leitch survives huge shunt as Piquet closes in

The cars of Luis Leeds (Australia) and Keyvan Andres (USA) touched wheels and slid across the track in front of him as they went through the infield curves at the Manawatu track. Leitch had nowhere to go and rode up over the wheels of the cars in front of him which launched him somersaulting into…
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Toyota 86 Championship: it’s all on at Manfeild

Banked corners, long fast straights, turns with multiple apexes that offer the prospect of brave drivers overtaking off the racing line: Manfeild is going to challenge the Toyota 86 Championship racers as never before. This is the penultimate round of the 2016-2017 championship, which started at the V8 Supercar event at Pukekohe in November 2016.…
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Lawson looks to complete F1600 season

Pukekohe’s Liam Lawson will look to seal the 2016/17 New Zealand Formula 1600 Championship title this weekend at Manfeild Park, Feilding.  With a maximum of 122 points available and a 110 point lead over rival Michael Collins, the 14 year old driver just needs to finish in the points to win the championship at the…
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Cooley looking for two steps forward

Wellington driver Brock Cooley feels he’ll be able to move his Speedy Signs Ford Falcon further up the grid as the BNT NZ Touring Cars Championship moves to Manfeild this weekend. The reigning class two champion made the move to class one of the championship this season, but by his own admission says it has…
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Chris Amon: The man in Manfeild

CHRIS Amon never turned a racing lap of Manfeild, but his association with our internationally-famous facility are firm – spanning from when it was just a dream project to today, with the 3km main track’s renaming in his memory. There’s more. Castrol Toyota Racing Series, the high-powered wings and slicks single-seater category that annually brings…
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A quick lap of Manfeild

​ MLXLS A lap of Manfeild: Circuit Chris Amon with top New Zealand Toyota Racing Series driver Brendon Leitch! Enjoy… Turn 1 (Toyota): Past the 100 board you’re hard on the brakes. It’s a late apex and you use the kerb and have to watch for potential for a touch of oversteer on the exit.…
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Evans and Bargs set for more at Manfeild

Australian driver Jason Bargwanna will be looking to continue his winning ways as round five of the BNT NZ Touring Car Championship heads to Manfeild this weekend. At round four at Teretonga near Invercargill last month, Bargwanna came away the round win as championship leader Simon Evans struck trouble with officials. Evans copping two 10-second…
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Armstrong wins Denny’s cup with ease

Marcus Armstrong learned from his mistake 24 hours ago (Saturday afternoon) to comfortably win the Denny Hulme Trophy at the fourth round of the Castrol Toyota Racing Series at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park, Taupo, this afternoon. Getting the best start from the outside of the front row of the grid, the Christchurch teenager got to…
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Leitch breaks win drought

Invercargill’s Brendon Leitch has won this afternoon’s Castrol Toyota Racing Series race, his first of this summer, at Taupo with a fine drive from third place on the grid. After the frustrations of the last two weekends, Leitch revelled in the victory. “Last weekend was bad and we nearly won here last year,” said Leitch.…
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Manfeild’s big race on the buses

Caption: Uzabus driver Alan Hamilton admires the NZGP advertising that’s giving a horsepower lift to the local fleet.ONE of the buses on the daily Palmerston North to Feilding return run has received a huge horsepower lift in celebration of an impending major Manawatu event. The extra grunt meted the 38-seater MAN Optare won’t push passengers…
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Randle delivers on promise

Thomas Randle has delivered on the promise he has been showing for the last two weekends of the Castrol Toyota Racing Series when he won the New Zealand Motor Cup at Hampton Downs on Sunday afternoon. In doing so he set a little bit of history, becoming the first Australian in 42 years to win…
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Cockerton top Kiwi in Toyota championship at Hampton Downs

Pukekohe driver Taylor Cockerton is reflecting on a challenging weekend at his ‘home’ circuit and planning a strong finish to his 2017 Castrol Toyota Racing Series campaign. Coming into the weekend at Hampton Downs sixth in the championship and with good car speed, Cockerton was confident he would bank valuable points across the three races.…
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The inconspicuous technical side of the Toyota Racing Series

Forget the image of grubby overalls and oil ingrained fingernails and hands. Engineering a modern single seater racing car is more about cerebral smarts and computer analysis. Two Aucklanders, David Versalko and Ash Blewett are among a number of degree qualified engineers, using their knowledge for the preparation of cars for the Castrol Toyota Racing…
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F1 Stars of Tomorrow Descend on Taupo

Formula One Grand Prix Racing remains the pinnacle of motorsport in the world today, and 17 international young guns and three talented young kiwis will come to the Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park over the weekend of February 4 and 5 hoping to take a giant step towards a career in the sport’s top class. The…
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Armstrong emerges from chaos to win

Christchurch’s Marcus Armstrong has won this afternoon’s Castrol Toyota Racing Series event at Hampton Downs after grabbing the initiative in a chaotic first lap. Fastest qualifier Thomas Randle (Australia) slid wide on the second corner and Armstrong who had started third took his chance. Invercargill’s Brendon Leitch who had a great start from fourth to…
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Ickx recalls Amon as one of the fastest

Caption: Chris Amon (left) and Jacky Ickx flank Swiss driver Jo Siffert at prizegiving for the 1968 British Grand Prix. Amon and Ickx were Ferrari team-mates that year, a special period that Ickx will discuss at the Chris Amon Celebration Dinner at Manfeild on February 12. (Photo: Sutton Images) “His personality was amazing. He was…
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Moore wins race, Manuell the round

Richard ‘Danger’ Moore took his second win of the weekend after another thriller in the PORTERGROUP V8 Utes, holding off a three car train of Paul ‘Auto’ Manuell, Matt ‘Stinger’ Spratt and Peter ‘Kaos’ Ward for most of the race, but it wasn’t enough to stop Manuell securing the round win and extending his championship…
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Cockerton heads to home tracks after solid points haul in the South

Kiwi driver Taylor Cockerton heads to the next three rounds of the Castrol Toyota Racing Series sixth overall on the leader board after gaining more points over the weekend at Teretonga Park in Invercargill.  In a weekend of wet, cold and windy weather, the Waikato University student finished sixth, fifth and ninth in three races…
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