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Wed, 18 Jul 2018 - Female motorsport participants create showcase

Motorsport in New Zealand is one of the few sports in which women compete on a completely level playing field with men. That’s why MotorSport New Zealand, via its Women in Motorsport Advisory Commission, will be at this weekend’s CRC Speedshow at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.

“We know tens of thousands of Kiwi women from all walks of life like and follow motorsport,” says Wayne Christie, President of MotorSport New Zealand.

“We want to demonstrate that there are many opportunities to get involved in this sport, as ...    more...

Tue, 17 Jul 2018 - Sheehan tops thrilling battle at Nelson

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan has topped a thrilling battle to take a class win at the latest round of the Mainland Rally Series, Rally Nelson, by the slender margin of just 2.3 seconds.

Sheehan teamed up with experienced co-driver Janey Blair for the event and was looking to replicate the Class B (1301-1600cc) win that came from the previous two starts. Although the event attracted a strong entry in the class, Sheehan was confident of a solid result.

The opening stage lived up to expectations with the top five cars separated by 10 seconds and ...    more...

Tue, 10 Jul 2018 - Feilding teen wins NZ Elite Motorsport Academy camp week

Callum Crawley, aged 17 of Feilding, has topped the points-table at the Elite Motorsport Academy’s intensive training camp at Dunedin. Second in a close-fought assessment was Peter Vodanovich, also 17, of Auckland, with 15-year-old Billy Frazer, of Pukekohe, third.

Crawley, Vodanovich and Frazer are part of a group of eight young race drivers participating in this year’s New Zealand Elite Motorsport Academy, which is run by the MotorSport New Zealand Scholarship Trust in conjunction with the Otago Academy of Sport and the Human Performance Centre from the University of Otago’s School of Physical ...    more...

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 - Dominant performance from van Klink at South Canterbury

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink has produced a near faultless drive to record a solid class victory and top ten overall result at the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, held over the weekend.

As a new event on the calendar, the Timaru-based rally represented a new challenge on some of the fastest roads in the calendar. Despite the early frosty and icy conditions, van Klink was immediately the fastest of the two-wheel drive cars and disgraced many of his four-wheel drive rivals to 11...    more...

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 - Hawkeswood returns with podium finish

Defending New Zealand Rally Champion Andrew Hawkeswood has led Force Motorsport’s return to the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship at the Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury with a second-place finish after more than six months away from rallying.

Hawkeswood was part of a three car line-up for Force Motorsport, driving his championship winning Mazda 2 AP4+, while Australian Brendan Reeves returned in the Mazda 2 AP4 that he took to victory at last year’s Coromandel round of the championship. Also in the team was Jack Hawkeswood driving a two-wheel drive non-turbo version ...    more...

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 - Thomson takes another maximum points haul

Christchurch’s Dylan Thomson has come away from the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, having solidified his lead in both the NZRC Two-wheel drive and Motorsport NZ Two-wheel drive classes with another maximum points haul.

Thomson headed to the event for the first time as it returned to the national championship for the first time since 1984. While excited to compete on a new event, Thomson knew he would be at a disadvantage against some of his two-wheel drive rivals with more powerful cars.more...

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