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Rain, sleet, snow - and for one competitor, fire!.  Read more >>
 
Christchurch racers look for a last top-up of points before the final round.  Read more >>
 
Canterbury’s newest offroad racer takes first championship win.  Read more >>
 
Toyota is confident it can convert its recent race-leading pace in the World Endurance Championship (WEC) into challenging for victory at this coming weekend’s Le Mans 24-hour classic sports car race in France. The team is campaigning two 746kWs TS050 hybrid-powered race cars that have been specifically developed for the 84th running of the famous endurance race. WEC 2014 world champions Sébastien Buemi and Anthony Davidson led the Spa 6 Hours in Belgium last month before suffering a technical issue. .  Read more >>
 
LOCAL HERO WINS DRAMATIC WOODHILL 100
- many crashes mar classic race
- Horan and Fraser duel to the flag
- Buchanan's American race car burns.
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Subaru of America (SoA) has set a new record on the famed Isle of Man TT course with the Subaru WRX STi Time Attack car.

The WRX STi was driven by rally ace Mark Higgins on the fabled 59.55 kilometre road course, with an average lap speed of 207.2 km/h and a time of 17 minutes, 35 seconds.
This breaks the previous record held by Higgins of 187.4 km/h and a time of 19 minutes, 26 seconds..
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Mount Maunganui’s David Holder has retained his lead in the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, despite crashing out at the third round, the Joe’s Garage/Lonestar Rally Canterbury..Holder came into the event with a strong lead after his debut victory at Rally Whangarei, but trouble struck early when a river crossing caused the engine to almost die and almost a minute and a half was lost. A fightback began on stage two as Holder continued to set a string of top five stage times, well aware that a solid finish was more important than risking everything for an outright victory. By the end of the fifth special stage, Holder and co-driver Jason Farmer worked the Stadium Finance Mitsubishi into fourth and only 12 seconds away from a podium place. That was despite once again losing time in the same water crossing on stage five, a repeat of the day’s opener..  Read more >>
 
Hayden on Sardinia - 9th Jun 16
With a relatively short break between Portugal and Sardinia, its great to be back in the car sooner rather than later for this weeks rally. Obviously we have some very good memories from here last year, which combined with the extra determination after the disappointing result in Portugal means we are confident of a good result.Firstly the job the team did in a very short space of time to build an entirely new car was masterful. Of course they had a spare caged body shell ready to go, but the major task was accumulating every single nut, bolt, wire and component to piece it all together. Within 8 days the car was complete, and I was able to shake it down last week to make sure everything was working as normal. As much as I would have liked to get my hands dirty myself, in this factory team environment it is best to leave the experts to it, but of course I got into the workshop when I could..  Read more >>
 
Forty-Nine drivers took to the gravel in late May at the 2016 Cust Sprint run by Canterbury’s Autosport Club. Winter like conditions finally arrived, with the rain during the previous days providing a damp surface. The rain largely stayed away on the day which meant that once the gravel cleared, drivers were provided with a sticky and very drivey surface - as long as you stayed in the tracks..  Read more >>
 
Well it seems it hasn’t been long since Argentina, but its now rally week again – Rally Portugal. This is an event that is unchanged from last year, meaning we have good experience and knowledge of what to expect. Also with my engineer Rui and 12 others in the team being Portuguese, it’s an event close to a lot of people’s heart, which we would like to represent them well for..  Read more >>
 
A day at the races - 11th May 16
Enduro or short course? Forest or farm? .  Read more >>
 
Paddon on Rally Otago - 18th Apr 16
What a busy few weeks we have had in New Zealand, but once again had a hugely enjoyable weekend at one of my favorite rally’s in the world – Rally Otago. Huge thanks to the volunteers and organisers for once again, a top notch event!
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Point Standings
NZ Rally
NZRC - 2015 Final
1. Ben Hunt 152
2. Phil Campbell 123
3. Matt Summerfield 110
4. Lance Williams 106
5. Emma Gilmour 86
6. Marcus Van Klink 77
NZ Race
TRS Int 2016 Final
1. Lando Norris (31) 924
2. Jehan Daruvala (6) 792
3. Brendon Leitch (86) 757
4. Ferdinand Habsburg (62) 727
5. Pedro Piquet (-) 712
6. Guanyu Zhou (33) 687
NZ Touring Cars - after R 6/7
1. Simon Evans / Holden ST 1177
2. Jason Bargwanna / Toyota TLX 939
3. Tim Edgell / Holden ST 903
4. Mitch Cunningham / Ford ST 888
5. Tom Alexander / Holden St 702
6. Angus Fogg / Holden ST 691
NZTC TL - After Rd 6/7
1. Brock Cooley / Ford 1190
2. Brad Lathrope / Ford 963
3. Simon Fleming / Ford 805
4. Kevin Williams / Holden 584
5. Nathan Pilcher / Holden 496
6. Liam McDonald / Holden 471
Toyota TR 86 - After Rd 5/6
1. Ash Blewett (66) 1058
2. Callum Quin (91) 902
3. John Penny (22) 895
4. Michael Scott (17) 688
5. Ryan Yardley(18) 630
6. Jacob Smith (27) 617
Formula Ford - After Rd 5/6
1. Michael Scott - Te Puke 1006
2. Aaron Marr - Wanganui 962
3. Jordan Michels - Invercargill 592
4. Anna Collins - Christchurch 568
5. James Webb - Feilding 488
6. Ethan Anderson - Riverton 472
NZ V8 Utes - After Rd 2
1. Paul Manuell (Holden) 179
2. Peter Ward (Holden) 155
3. James Urquhart (Holden) 137
4. Glen Collinson (Ford) 137
5. Nigel Hanley (Holden) 109
6. Mark Gibson (Ford) 93
Australian Race
V8 Supercars - After Race 5
1. Will Davison (19) Holden 417
2. Craig Lowndes (888) Holden 402
3. Jamie Whincup (88) Holden 393
4. Mark Winterbottom (1) Ford 378
5. Garth Tander (2) Holden 361
6. James Courtney (22) Holden 348
Australian GT - After Rd 2
1. Marcus Marshall 225
2. James Koundouris 225
3. Klark Quinn 206
4. Nathan Morcom 197
5. Justin McMillan 184
6. Glen Wood 182
Overseas Rally
WRC - 2016 after Rd 3
1. Sebastien Ogier (VW) 77
2. Mads Ostberg (Citroen) 42
3. Andreas Mikkelsen (VW) 33
4. Dani Sordo ( Hyundai) 30
5. Hayden Paddon (Hyundai) NZ 29
6. Jari Matti Latvala (VW) 27
World RX - Final 2015
1. Petter Solberg - Citroen 301
2. Timmy Hansen - Peugeot 275
3. Johan Kristoffersson - VW 234
4. Andreas Bakkerud - Ford 232
5. Mattias Ekstrom - Audi 201
6. Davy Jeanney - Peugeot 201
Overseas Race
NASCAR Sprint -After Race 6/32
1. Kevin Harvick (4) Chev 220
2. Jimmie Johnson (48) Chev 216
3. Kkyle Bush (18) Toyota 215
4. Carl Edwards (19) Toyota 206
5. Joey Logano (22) Ford 196
6. Brad Keslowski (2) Ford 178
World TCC - Final 2015
1. Jose Lopez / Citroen 475
2. Yvan Muller / Citroen 357
3. Sebastien Loeb / Citroen 356
4. Quing Hua Ma / Citroen 241
5. Gabriele Tarquini / Honda 197
6. Norbert Michelisz / Honda 193
British TCC - After Rd 1
1. Matt Neal / Honda 43
2. Gordon Sheddon / Civic 38
3. Adam Morgan / Mercedes 37
4. Andrew Jordan / MG 32
5. Aron Smith / VW 32
6. Jack Goff / BMW 31
Formula 1 - After Race 2 /22
1. Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 50
2. Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes 33
3. Daniel Riccardo - Red Bull 24
4. Roman Grosjean - HAAS 18
5. Kimi Raikkonen - Ferrari 18
6. Sebastian Vettel - Ferrari 15
IndyCar - After Race 2
1. Simon Pagenaud (22) 83
2. Scott Dixon (9) 79
3. Juan Pablo Montoya (2) 74
4. Ryan Hunterr-Reay (28) 56
5. Tony Kanaan (10) 54
6. Helio Castroneves (3) 53
NZ Motorcycles
NZSBK Final 2016
1. Dennis Charlett (3) 211
2. Linden Magee (M) 153
3. Sloan Frost (4) 152
4. Jaden Hassan (41) 147
5. Scott Moir (87) 146
6. Hayden Fitzgerald (6) 138
Overseas Motorcycles
MotoGP - After Rd 2
1. Marc Marquez / Honda 41
2. Valentino Rossi / Yamaha 33
3. Dani Pedrosa / Honda 27
4. Jorge Lorenzo / Yamaha 25
5. Andrea Dovizioso / Ducati 23
6. Pol Espargaro / Yamaha 19
WSBK's - After Rd 3
1. Jonathan Rea / Kawasaki 131
2. Chaz Davies / Ducati 105
3. Tom Sykes / Kawasaki 102
4. M Van Der Mark / Honda 74
5. Davide Guigliano / Ducati 56
6. Sylvain Guintoli / Yamaha 53
 
 
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