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Consistency pays and Ryan Yardley made the most of it at the fourth round of the Ace Hire South Island Formula Ford Championship which took place in hot conditions in Christchurch over the weekend. Yardley finished with two podiums and a fifth to win the round from fellow Cantabrians Caleb Cross and Michael Collins..  Read more >>
 
Christchurch’s Michael Collins has one aim this weekend as the second round of the NZ Formula Ford competition gets underway at the Mike Pero Motorsport Park, Ruapuna just outside of Christchurch. Also doubling as the fourth round of the Ace Hire South Island Formula Ford Series, Collins is totally focussed on winning and moving further up the leader board..  Read more >>
 
Canterbury drivers may have the home advantage this weekend but Aucklander Taylor Cockerton is quietly confident heading into the fourth round of the Ace Hire South Island Formula Ford Championship..  Read more >>
 
A revamped International Rally of Whangarei will kick-start the 2015 rally season as it hosts the opening round of the 2015 FIA Asia Pacific Rally Championship and also the first round of the 2015 New Zealand Rally Championship. Event Organisers are excited by changes to the format for 2015 which includes a host of new initiatives. The fast flowing cambered roads of the north will be the battleground for competitors, with 276 kilometres of competitive distance over the two days as the regions best rally drivers and teams will converge on the northern city chasing honours in the ninth annual running of the International Rally of Whangarei over the weekend of 17th – 19th April 2015..  Read more >>
 
Adrian Coppin has his sights firmly set on the opening two Rounds of the 2015 East Coast Bullbars Australian Rally Championship, following on from the reshuffle at Team Citroen Australia.“2014 was a great learning year for me,” said Adrian. “My attention now is on taking all those lessons and putting them to good use in 2015, and committing to the first two events is a big step in the right direction.”.  Read more >>
 
The schedule for the Sydney Motorsport Park V8 SuperTest has been released
As previously announced, the test, which controversially clashes with the Bathurst 12 Hour, will be run over two days for the first time.
A note recently released to teams confirmed just two hours of open test running will take place on the Sunday.The two hour hit-out will be held in one block from 1000 on Sunday before a 60 minute track walk for fans on pit straight.A one-at-a-time, full field Shootout will then be held later in the afternoon to complete the day’s action..
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There was no shortage of podium finishes as New Zealand drivers continued to make their marks in major motorsport around the world.
From Scott Dixon in the IndyCar Series to Mitch Evans in the GP2s, from Richie Stanaway in the GP3s to Earl Bamber and Dylan Hartley in their Porches New Zealand's rich heritage continued at full throttle.
Dixon was disappointed that he couldn't defend his IndyCars title and that he crashed out of the famous Indy 500 But there were still two wins, a pole, four podiums and 11 top-5 efforts to prove that he remains a force in a series that switches from ovals to street circuits.It all added up to Dixon keeping alive his streak of finishing in the top-three in points every year dating back to 2006. He earned himself another contract with Target Chip Ganassi Racing.
Mitch Evans was full of anticipation in his second year at GP2 level as he signed for defending team champions Russian Time.The 20-year-old Aucklander proved that when his team, under new management, got the car right, he was as good as any driver with his aggressive style.
Sadly there were too many inconsistencies for him to mount a championship challenge though six podium efforts, including back to back feature wins at Silverstone and Hockenheimring were testimony to his ability on the glamour tracks.They were also proof that he could one day fulfil his dream of attracting Formula One interest.
Stanaway's season a level below in GP3 was even more frustrating. He was right in the title hunt at the halfway stage, buoyed by a feature win in Hungary and sprint win in Britain. But just four championship points in the final six races saw him limp out of contention.
Bamber proved the driver to bring home the titles in 2014 with a classy hat-trick in the highly competitive Porsche Carrera class that also used the Formula One meetings to showcase its cars and talent.Operating on the highly sought after Porsche scholarship worth 20,000 Euros, Bamber dominated around the world.He clinically defended his Porsche Carrera Cup Asia title and then set his sights on the Porsche Supercup.He quickly secured enough points to guarantee himself the rookie of the year title and then trumped that by claiming the drivers scholarship.His reward was a full works drive with Porches in 2015, where he will join a lineup that includes Hartley..
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Entry list - 2015 TRS - 17th Dec 14
The entry list for the 2015 TRS.  Read more >>
 
Russian Artem Markelov heads a powerful driver line-up for the 2015 Toyota Racing Series.  Read more >>
 
It is great to confirm our program with Hyundai Motorsport for 2015 for a minimum of 9 events in the WRC. We will start with round 2 at Rally Sweden and continue from there.It will be an exciting year and it is great to have more events and testing that will enable us to develop more and push for some top results – particularly in the second part of the season. It is also great to continue with Hyundai Motorsport where we have made some good friends and look forward to continuing the partnership forward..  Read more >>
 
A much improved Jamie Whincup made the semi-finals at the Race of Champions in Barbados, where David Coulthard eventually prevailed.
The six-time V8 Supercars champion provided the shock of the competition by knocking out reigning winner Romain Grosjean in the group stage.
Excelling in the new-for-2014 Stadium Super Trucks against the Frenchman, Whincup then took to the Audi R8s to defeat NASCAR star Kurt Busch in the quarter-finals.
Coulthard however ended the Whincup’s charge in the semis, defeating the Australian by just 0.2s, again aboard the Audi R8s..
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24-year-old Earl Bamber will join Porsche's factory GT squard in 2015, competing in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship. He was recently awarded the Porsche Motorsport International Cup Scholarship.

According to a release from Porsche, Bamber was supported during the 2014 season with funding of 200,000 Euro. In the 2014 Porsche Carrera Cup Asia, Bamber went back-to-back, defending his 2013 title..
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Point Standings
NZ Rally
NZRC - Final 2014
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 - Final 2014
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 TL - 2014/15 After Rd 2
1. Kevin Williams / Holden 434
2. Craig Baird / Holden 393
3. Steve Taylor / Ford 313
4. Brad Lathrope / Ford 304
5. Nathan Pilcher / Holden 265
6. Brendan Murphy / Holden 256
NZV8 TLX - 2014/15 after Rd 2
1. Jason Bargwanna / Toyota 442
2. Nick Ross / Nissan 410
3. Lance Hughes / Holden 342
4. Ian Booth / Holden 288
5. Scott Taylor / Toyota 147
V8SuperTourers Round 3
1. Shane van Gisbergen (4) 1203
2. Simon Evans (4) 1158
3. Tim Slade (10) 973
4. Richard Moore 951
5. Jack Perkins (1) 944
6. Greg Murphy (1) 934
Toyota TR 86 - After Round 2
1. Ash Blewett (66) 391
2. Jamie McNee (1) 383
3. Tom Alexander (11) 357
4. Callum Quin (91) 297
5. Marcus Armstrong (9) 265
6. Matt Gibson (88) 265
Formula Ford - After Rd 1
1. Caleb Cross - Christchurch 191
2. Michael Scott - Te Puke 189
3. Ryan Yardley - Christchurch 169
4. Aaron Marr - Wanganui 157
5. Grant Campbell - Auckland 135
6. Stephen Heffernan - Invercargi 120
NZ V8 Utes 2014 Final
1. Kris Walton (Ford) 792
2. Brett Rudd (Holden) 577
3. Sam Barry (Ford) 548
4. Mike Lightfoot (Ford) 536
5. Geoff Spencer (Holden) 522
6. Peter Ward (Holden) 503
Australian Race
V8 Supercars 2014 Final
1. Jamie Whincup (1) Holden 3364
2. Shane van Gisbergan (97) Holde 2781
3. Mark Winterbottom (5) Ford 2768
4. Craig Lowndes (888) Holden 2659
5. Scott McLaughan (33) Volvo 2509
6. James Courtney (22) Holden 2489
Australian GT - Final 2014
1. Richard Muscat 487
2. Tony Quinn 455
3. John Bowe 388
4. Justin McMillan 313
5. Klark Quinn 292
6. Peter Edwards 273
Overseas Rally
WRC - 2014 Final
1. Sebastien Ogier (VW) 267
2. Jari-Matti Latvala (VW) 218
3. Andreas Mikkelsen (VW) 150
4. Mikko Hirvonen (Ford) 126
5. Mads Ostberg (Citroen) 108
6. Thierry Neuville (Hyundai) 105
World RX - 2014 Final
1. Petter Solberg 250
2. Toomas Heikkinen 200
3. Reinis Nitiss 182
4. Timmy Hansen 179
5. Andreas Bakkerud 173
6. Anton Marklund 159
Overseas Race
NASCAR Sprint - 2014 Final
1. Kevin Harvick (4) Chev 5043
2. Ryan Newman (31) Chev 5042
3. Denny Hamlin (11) Toyota 5037
4. Joey Lagano (22) Ford 5028
5. Brad Keselowski (2) Ford 2361
6. Jeff Gordon (24) Chev 2348
World TCC - 2014 Final
1. Jose Lopez / Citroen 462
2. Yvan Muller / Citroen 336
3. Sebastien Loeb / Citroen 295
4. Norbert Michelisz / Honda 201
5. Tiago Monteiro / Honda 186
6. Gabriele Tarquini / Honda 182
British TCC - 2014 Final
1. Colin Turkington / BMW 433
2. Jason Plato / MG6 402
3. Gordon Sheddon / Civic 349
4. Mat Jackson / Focus 316
5. Andrew Jordan / Civic 310
6. Robert Collard / BMW 277
Formula 1 - 2014 Final
1. Lewis Hamilton - Mercedes 384
2. Nico Rosberg - Mercedes 317
3. Daniel Ricciardo - Red Bull 238
4. Valtteri Bottas - Williams 186
5. Sebastian Vettel - Red Bull 167
6. Fernando Alonso - Ferrari 161
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
NZ Motorcycles
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
Overseas Motorcycles
MotoGP - Final 2014
1. Marc Marquez / Honda 362
2. Valentino Rossi / Yamaha 295
3. Jorge Lorenzo / Yamaha 263
4. Dani Pedrosa / Honda 246
5. Andrea Dovizioso / Ducati 187
6. Pol Espargaro / Yamaha 136
WSBK's - Final 2014
1. Sylvain Guintoli / Aprilia 416
2. Tom Sykes / Kawasaki 410
3. Jonathan Rea / Honda 334
4. Marco Melandri / Aprilia 333
5. Loris Baz / Kawasaki 311
6. Chaz Davies / Ducati 215
 
 
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