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Gore for New Zealand as 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series gathers pace

December 5, 2018

American Dev Gore is the latest driver to sign up for the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand, and will be the third U.S. racer in as many weeks to confirm participation as the Kiwi series, the most significant single seater championship during the Northern hemisphere winter, gathers pace. Compatriots Cameron Das and Parker Locke are both confirmed..

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Lawson first Kiwi for Castrol Toyota Racing Series

November 29, 2018

Liam Lawson has competed successfully in Australia, Germany, Malaysia and the USA but hasn't been allowed to race in New Zealand's top single-seater motor racing series, that is, until now. Drivers in the Toyota Racing Series are required to be 16 years of age and last summer Lawson fell short by several weeks. Now he's the first confirmed New Zealand..

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Smith to run Castrol Toyota Racing Series with Giles Motorsport

November 27, 2018

Up and coming Australian single seater racer Thomas Smith is the latest driver to be confirmed for the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. The Melbourne 16 year old will drive in the five round championship for former McLaren F1 Chief Mechanic Stephen Giles in his Giles Motorsport team. A busy 2018 has seen Smith compete not only..

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Das a likely challenger in Castrol Toyota Racing Series

November 16, 2018

Eighteen year old Baltimore racer Cameron Das has confirmed he is returning for a second shot at the Castrol Toyota Racing Series and the young US driver could be a major factor with both circuit and car knowledge likely to benefit his championship challenge. Das was a relative late-starter in motorsport, beginning in karting at the age of 14. After..

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Young US racer Locke’s in New Zealand campaign

November 14, 2018

American Formula 3 and Formula 4 racer Parker Locke is the latest driver to be confirmed for the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. The seventeen year old San Antonio, Texas racer is one of a growing number of young USA drivers with IndyCar or Formula One in their long term sights and will join Victory Motor Racing..

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Petrov heads to New Zealand to begin 2019

November 7, 2018

Saint Petersburg racer Artem Petrov is the latest up and coming single seater racer to confirm his entry for the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand and the eighteen year old is aiming for a successful campaign in the championship to launch a busy year. Like many of the best young open wheel drivers, Petrov began his career..

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Czech young gun Ptacek Jr heading to NZ

October 30, 2018

Sixteen year old Czech Republic driver Petr Ptacek Jr will race in the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series, and the Italian Formula 4 Rookie Cup winner is aiming to make a big impression. A karter from the age of seven, Prague-based Ptacek Jr only made his single seater debut this season in the Italian series and impressed from the start,..

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Esteban Muth confirms Toyota Racing Series entry

October 23, 2018

European karting ace and up and coming Formula 4 racer Esteban Muth has this week been confirmed by Toyota Racing New Zealand as the first competitor for the 2019 Castrol Toyota Racing Series. The championship – which qualifies for F1 Super License points - is now an accepted route for up and coming single seater racers globally looking for a..

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TRS on the radar for drivers as FIA decides on F3 chassis

October 22, 2018

Castrol Toyota Racing Series officials say that the FIA decision last week to go with the Tatuus chassis for European regional F3 series means its New Zealand championship should now be fully on the radar for drivers planning next season’s campaigns. The New Zealand series uses a Tatuus chassis and the FIA has selected the same brand for regional European..

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New Zealand’s F1 factory into top gear for 2019

September 26, 2018

New Zealand's 'F1 driver factory' - the Castrol Toyota Racing Series - is set to go up a gear next season when the top five finishers in the series will all gain points towards a Formula One FIA Super Licence. With Artem Markelov making his practice debut for Renault at his home Grand Prix at Sochi in Russia on September..

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