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Mitch Evans scored a surprise second career GP2 Series win from 15th on the grid in a thrilling feature race at Hockenheim. Just two weeks after his maiden triumph at Silverstone, the New Zealander boosted his title prospects with another stunning drive in what was the 200th ever GP2 race.Opting to start on the option tyre due to his lowly grid position, Evans made strong progress in the early going, jumping four spots on the opening lap alone..  Read more >>
 
V8 Supercars has confirmed the entries for three wildcards at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 from October 9-12.
As previously reported the addition of the New Zealand-backed Super Black entry will run a fifth Falcon out of the Ford Performance Racing stable.
The Dragon squad has been given the okay to field two Holden Commodores, one of which will also run in the Wilson Security Sandown 500 from September 12-14..
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World Wrap - 14th Jul 14
Australian driver Anton De Pasquale came away with a double at the Nurburgring as he continues to dominate the Formula Renault 1.6 NEC Championship. De Pasquale has extended his lead after six of the scheduled 14 races in the championship..  Read more >>
 
Garry Holt and Stuart Kostera took their first victory of the 2014 Australian Manufacturers’ Championship season in the Australian 4 Hour at Sydney Motorsport Park.The duo battled the similar Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X of Glenn Seton/Aaron Seton/Bob Pearson for much of the going, with Holt/Kostera electing for a three-stop strategy against their rival’s two. The fight was resolved in the favour of Holt/Kostera when Glenn Seton was forced to retire the Pro-Duct entry with broken right-front wheel studs just over an hour from the flag..  Read more >>
 
With 20 laps to go in the Iowa Corn Indy 300, Juan Pablo Montoya hit the wall, causing a late race caution. Ryan Hunter-Reay, Josef Newgarden, Ed Carpenter, James Hinchcliffe and Graham Rahal pitted for fresh tires. It proved to be the right call as Ryan Hunter-Reay won for the second time in three years at Iowa Speedway and lengthened Andretti Autosport’s winning streak at the track to five..  Read more >>
 
The weather gods stayed away long enough for dry conditions to prevail for the two Mahindra North Island Endurance Series races at Taupo Motorsport Park over the weekend - and the one hour and three hour races produced two new winners. The pairing of David Glasson and Dean McCarroll dominated the Mahindra three hour race in their Juno sportscar, finishing two laps ahead of Puke one hour race winner Simon Gilbertson and John McIntyre in their Porsche with the V8 Holden of John De Veth and Richard Moore in third after a drive through penalty..  Read more >>
 
Jamie Whincup is right in the Championship hunt after a solid victory on the streets of North Queensland, ahead of yesterday’s winner Garth Tander. It was Red Bull versus Holden Racing Team, the fierce factory Holden rivals, after the final pit stop – there was a spritely battle between the two, but Whincup managed to secure the lead and sail away to a 3.34 second lead..  Read more >>
 
Lewis Hamilton is victorious in the British GP for the second time in his career. Mercedes’ driver, Lewis Hamilton came from behind after starting in sixth place and went on to take the chequered flag as the winner of the 50th FIA Formula One 2014 British Grand Prix at the Silverstone circuit. The 2008 World Champion has now picked up his second race victory on home turf with the last one being six years ago..  Read more >>
 
Changeable weather played a big role at the eighth round of the World Superbike Championship at Portimao in Portugal with Tom Sykes and Jonathan Rae taking victory in the day’s two races.
This year’s Portuguese races were held in opposite track conditions and saw different podium finishers in the two encounters..
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It was all smiles from the team in the eye-catching green and black: Status Grand Prix on home soil produced a fantastic one-two result in the hands of Kiwi Richie Stanaway and Brit Nick Yelloly. Carlin’s Emil Bernstorff pocketed the final spot on the rostrum. After making a good start, Stanaway was never headed and achieved his second GP3 win of his career..  Read more >>
 
Mitch Evans takes his first win in GP2 at Silverstone.  Read more >>
 
Former Toro Rosso Formula 1 driver Sebastien Buemi topped the times in the opening FIA Formula E Championship pre-season test session at Donington Park. The Swiss driver quickly adapted to his electric powered e dams-Renault machine to post a session best 1.35.475s effort at a modified Donington Park circuit. Audi Sport driver Lucas Di Grassi was just a little over half a second slower than Buemi, while Virgin Racing’s Sam Bird was third fastest.“I’m more than happy to be honest,” said Buemi..  Read more >>
 
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Point Standings
Rally
WRC - after Rd 6
1. Sebastien Ogier (VW) 138
2. Jari-Matti Latvala (VW) 105
3. Mads Ostberg (Citroen) 66
4. Andreas Mikkelsen (VW) 63
5. Mikko Hirvonen (Ford) 40
6. Elfyn Evans (Ford) 36
NZRC - After Rd 4
1. Richard Mason 144
2. Ben Hunt 58
3. David Holder 54
4. Matt Summerfield 49
5. Lance Williams 46
6. Graham Featherstone 30
Rally Xtreme - After Rd 3
1. Stewart Taylor XT 265
2. Geof Argyle XT 231
3. Neil Marshall XT 228
4. Graham Featherstone XT 227
5. Nigel Adams XT1 226
6. Quentin Palmer XT1 223
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
Toyota 86 - 2013/14 Final
1. Jamie McNee (69) 1170
2. Ash Blewett (66) 1091
3. Callum Quin (91) 1070
4. Tom Alexander (11) 1055
5. Matt Gibson (88) 956
6. Andrew Waite (48) 530
V8SuperTourers Final 2014
1. Greg Murphy (1) 1155
2. Simon Evans (4) 836
3. Richard Moore (10) 821
4. Ant Pedersen (96) 819
5. Andre Heimgartner (22) 732
6. Tim Edgell (8) 564
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 3/6
1. Kris Walton (Ford) 401
2. Peter Ward (Holden) 297
3. Brett Rudd (Holden) 284
4. Geoff Spencer (Holden) 284
5. Mike Lightfoot (Ford) 277
6. Sam Barry (Ford) 253
Overseas Race
V8 Supercars After Race 22
1. Mark Winterbottom (5) Ford 1634
2. Jamie Whincup (1) Holden 1538
3. Fabian Coultard (14) Holden 1361
4. Shane van Gisbergan (97) Holde 1355
5. James Courtney (22) Holden 1354
6. Craig Lowndes (888) Holden 1352
NASCAR Sprint - After Race 19
1. Jeff Gordon (24) Chev 670
2. Dale Earnhardt Jnr (88) Chev 658
3. Brad Keselowski (2) Ford 634
4. Matt Kenseth (20) Toyota 621
5. Jimmie Johnson (48) Chev 598
6. Carl Edwards (99) Ford 574
World TCC - 2014 After Rd 7
1. Jose Lopez / Citroen 255
2. Yvan Muller / Citroen 216
3. Sebastien Loeb / Citroen 190
4. Tiago Monteiro / Honda 125
5. Gabriele Tarquini / Honda 105
6. Tom Coronel / Cruze 99
British TCC - 2014 after Rd 5
1. Colin Turkington - BMW 228
2. Gordon Sheddon / Civic 221
3. Andrew Jordan / Civic 200
4. Jason Plato / MG6 179
5. Robert Collard / BMW 170
6. Mat Jackson / Focus 138
Formula 1 - 2014 After Rd 9
1. Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 165
2. Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes 161
3. Daniel Ricciardo - Red Bull 98
4. Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 87
5. Valtteri Bottas - Williams 73
6. Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull 70
IndyCar - after Race 10
1. Helio Castroneves (3) 471
2. Will Power (12) 462
3. Ryan Hunter-Reay (28) 439
4. Simon Pagenaud (77) 421
5. Juan Pablo Montoya (2) 405
6. Carlos Munzo (34) 340
Motorbikes
MotoGP - 2014 after Rd 9
1. Marc Marquez / Honda 225
2. Dani Pedrosa / Honda 148
3. Valentino Rossi / Yamaha 141
4. Andrea Dovizioso / Ducati 99
5. Jorge Lorenzo / Yamaha 97
6. Aleix Espargaro / Yamaha 77
WSBK's - After Rd 9
1. Tom Sykes / Kawasaki 325
2. Sylvain Guintoli / Aprilia 281
3. Jonathan Rea / Honda 261
4. Loris Baz / Kawasaki 253
5. Marco Melandri / Aprilia 217
6. Chaz Davies / Ducati 159
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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