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Cordeel out of Castrol Toyota Racing Series

January 23, 2020

Belgium’s Amaury Cordeel has been forced to withdraw from the remaining rounds of the 2020 Castrol Toyota Racing Series following his accident in practice at Highlands Motorsport Park last week. The 17 year old made contact with the wall at the final turn after a high speed spin and his car was then hit by the car of Jose Blanco...

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Game on at Teretonga as racing in Toyota 86 intensifies

January 22, 2020

It’s definitely game on this weekend for the drivers competing for honours in this season’s Best Bars Toyota 86 Championship, after the field of Kiwi and Aussie drivers produced some of the best racing the category has ever seen last weekend at Highlands Motorsport Park. This year’s championship is just two rounds old, but is already shaping up to be..

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Freeman’s South Island F1600 title rivals set to take their chances at Teretonga

January 22, 2020

With just six races remaining and a maximum of 244 points on offer, eight drivers in the 2019/20 South Island Formula 1600 Championship have a mathematical chance of winning the title. Teretonga Park hosts the penultimate round of the series and, it should come down to the top four drivers on the points table to fight it out for podium..

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Lawson aiming to continue winning ways at Teretonga

January 22, 2020

Kiwi Liam Lawson was the class of the field last weekend in the opening round of the Castrol Toyota Racing Series, winning two of the three races at Highlands Motorsport Park and lifting the Dorothy Smith Memorial Cup for a second year in the process. This weekend in Invercargill he’ll be aiming to maintain his excellent form and take out..

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NZ’s best drifters lining up for Teretonga

January 21, 2020

New Zealand's top drifters are all set to make history this weekend in Invercargill when the best of the best rev up and get sideways as part of this weekend's big BP Ultimate Motorsport weekend at Teretonga Park. Top gun Fanga Dan heads the entry list for the first round of the Valvoline D1NZ championship in his Ford NZ Century..

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Sun drenched Connor Adam’s blast around Highlands

January 21, 2020

Sun drenched could be the early understatement of 2020 as everyone battled the heat of Cromwell. This is where it really gets going for everyone in the Best Bars Toyota 86 Championship with back to back weekends racing combined with the demanding long 4.1km track at Highlands Motorsport Park and with air temperatures in the 28c mark before heading to..

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Lyons roars to F5000 clean sweep at Taupo Historic GP

January 20, 2020

Visiting UK driver Michael Lyons (Lola T400) roared to an SAS Autoparts MSC NZ F5000 Tasman Cup Revival Series clean sweep on the second day of competition at the annual Taupo Historic GP classic car race meeting today. After claiming pole position in qualifying on Saturday morning then smashing category stalwart Ken Smith’s F5000 class lap record on the way..

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Three wins in South Island F1600 at Highlands for Billy Frazer

January 20, 2020

Making a one-off appearance in the 2019/20 South Island Formula 1600 Championship, Pukekohe’s Billy Frazer made it look straight forward setting pole position and winning all three races at the fifth round at Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell. Currently competing in the national championship, Frazer (Spectrum 015) took the opportunity to compete in the South Island round heading to the..

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Kiwis fight back as Ransley takes series lead

January 19, 2020

Two wins and second place after three superb races netted Peter Vodanovich the round win at Highlands Motorsport Park in the Best Bars Toyota 86 Championship, but it was Christchurch’s Jaden Ransley who finished the weekend leading the series’ points. A dramatic win in the final race leaves Ransley with 411 points after two rounds, with Vodanovich in second on..

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Lawson wins feature race to take early Castrol TRS series lead

January 19, 2020

New Zealand's Liam Lawson got the defence of his Castrol Toyota Racing Series title off to the best possible start with a dominant victory in the feature race at Highlands Motorsport Park, his second win of the weekend enough to give him the championship lead. He leaves Cromwell heading M2 Competition team mates Igor Fraga and Yuki Tsunoda by 15..

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