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There is resurgence in Formula Ford racing this season and more drivers are scrambling to get involved. The South Island Formula Ford Club Race Committee were delighted with the ‘turn out’ of drivers for the first round of the Ace Hire South Island Formula Ford Championship at the beginning of October. Nineteen championship cars took to the grid at the Mike Pero Motorsport Park including four from the North Island and one from the UK..  Read more >>
 
Brad Keselowski has won his way into the next round after an impressiver performance at Talladega. With his victory, he escapes elimination. He ended up on top thanks to wingman and Team Penske teammate Joey Logano. "I can't believe it," Keselowski said. "Talladega is such a wild card and to be able to win here you have to catch breaks and make your own breaks, a little of both. I can't believe we won at Talladega. This race is the scariest of the three in the bracket. To be able to win here is really a privilege, it really is.".  Read more >>
 
Valentino Rossi kept a cool head amid chaos to win a drama-filled Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island. The Yamaha rider, who started from eighth on the grid, inherited the lead after Honda’s Marc Marquez crashed with 10 laps remaining, having seemed in control of the race and on his way to victory. Rossi was occupied in a closely fought battle with team-mate Jorge Lorenzo for the best part of the race before he assumed the lead. In the end, the nine-time world champion kept his nerve while others encountered dramas to win his 250th premier class grand prix..  Read more >>
 
Gaunt rates the new TRS FT50 race car as TRS begins its second decade.  Read more >>
 
Toyota Racing Series - FT50 takes significant steps forward in driving dynamics, safety and technology
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McCall wins Sunshine Capital Showdown.  Read more >>
 
The Beijing rounds of the FIA WTCC brought surprise, excitement and emotion, as they crowned two unexpected heroes.Rob Huff and LADA wrote history in Race 2: the former World Champion gave the Russian constructor its first ever win in the FIA WTCC, a well-deserved reward for the hard work put on by the outfit led by Viktor Shapovalov, after making a perfect use of his P1 in the reversed grid.There were heartfelt hugs and tears among the “red boys” as they gathered around the winning Granta and were sportively cheered at by the entire WTCC community..  Read more >>
 
The Beijing rounds of the FIA WTCC brought surprise, excitement and emotion, as they crowned two unexpected heroes.Rob Huff and LADA wrote history in Race 2: the former World Champion gave the Russian constructor its first ever win in the FIA WTCC, a well-deserved reward for the hard work put on by the outfit led by Viktor Shapovalov, after making a perfect use of his P1 in the reversed grid.There were heartfelt hugs and tears among the “red boys” as they gathered around the winning Granta and were sportively cheered at by the entire WTCC community..  Read more >>
 
Earl Bamber’s impressive season continues as he helped Porsche secure the United SportsCar GTLM manufacturer crown on debut at the prestigious season ending Petit Le Mans.
The New Zealander, who was drafted in to join the works Porsche outfit for the 10 hour classic at Road Atlanta, quickly adapted to the demands of endurance racing.
The Porsche International Cup Scholarship winner impressed throughout the race helping the #912 car he shared with American ace Patrick Long and Michael Christensen to second in the GTLM class..
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Mercedes’ driver, Lewis Hamilton took the top step on the podium today, as he became the winner of the FIA Formula One 2014 Japanese Grand Prix. Hamilton’s key opportunity to steal the lead from his team mate and pole sitter, Nico Rosberg was on lap 29 of the race. A pit stop period followed this, which allowed Hamilton to resume his position at the front of the field to the end of the race. Hamilton and the rest of the pack had torrential rain to contend with in the race, which began and finished under the safety car. Hamilton’s victory celebrations were slightly different than usual, given the circumstances of entering the pit lane with the rest of the field. The race was red flagged at this point and it did not go the complete 53 lap distance due to the conditions. .  Read more >>
 
Latvala achieved his maiden asphalt win at RALLYE DE FRANCE-ALSACE on Sunday.
His 12th FIA World Rally Championship victory was the first by a Finn since four-time world champion Tommi Mäkinen triumphed in Italy in 1999. It ensured the fight for the drivers’ title continues to the penultimate round in Spain later this month..
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Two 14 year old high school students will take their motor sport rivalry to the Mike Pero Motorsport Park this Sunday as the first round of the 2014/15 Ace Hire South Island Formula Championship gets underway in Christchurch. Twenty-seven drivers have registered to compete in 3 classes over six rounds of the $10,000 Ace Hire Series during the next five months..  Read more >>
 
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Point Standings
Rally
WRC - after Rd 11
1. Sebastien Ogier (VW) 217
2. Jari-Matti Latvala (VW) 190
3. Andreas Mikkelsen (VW) 143
4. Mikko Hirvonen (Ford) 93
5. Thierry Neuville (Hyundai) 83
6. Kris Meeke (Citroen) 82
NZRC - After Rd 6
1. Richard Mason 174
2. Ben Hunt 95
3. David Holder 94
4. Matt Summerfield 71
5. Lance Williams 57
6. Phil Campbell 56
Rally Xtreme - After Rd 5
1. Stewart Taylor XT 378
2. Geof Argyle XT 354
3. Nigel Adams XT1 339
4. Lee Robson XT1 334
5. Graham Featherstone XT 323
6. Carl Davies XT 321
NZ Race
TRS Int 2014 Final
1. Andrew Tang (22) Singapore 790
2. Jann Mardenborough (23) UK 782
3. Damon Leitch (87) NZ 708
4. Martin Rump (66) Estonia 627
5. Steijn Schothorst (21) Neather 626
6. Egor Orudzhev (55) Russia 595
NZV8's TL - Final 2013/14
1. Ian Booth / Holden 1043
2. James McLaughlin / Holden 944
3. Brad Lauder / Ford 874
4. Brock Cooley / Ford 789
5. Matthew Booth / Holden 706
NZV8's TLX - Final 2013/14
1. Nick Ross / Holden 1228
2. Jason Bargwanna / Toyota 1176
3. Lance Hughes / Holden 1014
4. Shaun Varney / Ford 923
5. A J Lauder/ Toyota 487
V8SuperTourers Round 1
1. Shane van Gisbergen (4) 404
2. Simon Evans (4) 391
3. Ant Pedersen (96) 339
4. Andre Heimgartner (22) 335
5. Jonny Reid (96) 333
6. Tim Slade (10) 324
Toyota TR 86 - After Round 1
1. Jamie McNee (1) 187
2. Ash Blewett (66) 181
3. Tom Alexander (11) 163
4. Callum Quin (91) 158
5. Marcus Armstrong (9) 156
6. Matt Gibson (88) 135
Formula Ford - 2014 Final
1. Jamie Conroy - Invercargill 1314
2. Michael Collins - Christchurch 1193
3. Aaron Marr - Wanganui 995
4. Ryan Yardley - Christchurch 963
5. Russ Noble - Christchurch 655
6. Grant Campbell - Auckland 626
NZ V8 Utes after Round 4/6
1. Kris Walton (Ford) 541
2. Brett Rudd (Holden) 378
3. Mike Lightfoot (Ford) 378
4. Geoff Spencer (Holden) 371
5. Peter Ward (Holden) 353
6. Sam Barry (Ford) 352
Overseas Race
V8 Supercars After Race 30
1. Jamie Whincup (1) Holden 2547
2. Mark Winterbottom (5) Ford 2250
3. Craig Lowndes (888) Holden 2208
4. James Courtney (22) Holden 2096
5. Shane van Gisbergan (97) Holde 2096
6. Fabian Coultard (14) Holden 2024
NASCAR Sprint - After Race 31
1. Joey Lagano (22) Ford 3088
2. Kyle Busch (18) Toyota 3082
3. Kevin Harvick (4) Chev 3081
4. Ryan Newman (31) Chev 3077
5. Carl Edwards (99) 3076
6. Jeff Gordon (24) Chev 3074
World TCC - 2014 After Rd 10
1. Jose Lopez / Citroen 384
2. Yvan Muller / Citroen 291
3. Sebastien Loeb / Citroen 251
4. Tiago Monteiro / Honda 170
5. Norbert Michelisz / Honda 142
6. Gabriele Tarquini / Honda 134
British TCC - 2014 after Rd 10
1. Colin Turkington / BMW 417
2. Jason Plato / MG6 367
3. Gordon Sheddon / Civic 317
4. Mat Jackson / Focus 283
5. Andrew Jordan / Civic 279
6. Robert Collard / BMW 251
Formula 1 - 2014 After Rd 15
1. Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes 291
2. Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 274
3. Daniel Ricciardo - Red Bull 199
4. Valtteri Bottas - Williams 145
5. Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull 143
6. Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 141
IndyCar - Final 2014
1. Will Power (12) 671
2. Helio Castroneves (3) 609
3. Scott Dixon (9) 604
4. Juan Pablo Montoya (2) 586
5. Simon Pagenaud (77) 565
6. Ryan Hunter-Reay (28) 563
Motorbikes
MotoGP - 2014 after Rd 15
1. Marc Marquez / Honda 312
2. Dani Pedrosa / Honda 230
3. Valentino Rossi / Yamaha 230
4. Jorge Lorenzo / Yamaha 227
5. Andrea Dovizioso / Ducati 153
6. Aleix Espargaro / Yamaha 117
WSBK's - After Rd 11
1. Tom Sykes / Kawasaki 378
2. Sylvain Guintoli / Aprilia 366
3. Marco Melandri / Aprilia 312
4. Jonathan Rea / Honda 301
5. Loris Baz / Kawasaki 282
6. Chaz Davies / Ducati 195
NZSBK 2014 Final
1. Dennis Charlett (3) 211
2. Linden Magee (M) 153
3. Sloan Frost (4) 152
4. Jaden Hassan 147
5. Scott Moir (87) 146
 
 
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