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The Moving Company North Island Super Saloon Champs This Saturday Night

The Moving Company North Island Super Saloon Champs is happening this Saturday night Jan 21st from 7pm at the Max Motors Wellington Family Speedway. I'm sure anyone who has ever seen Super Saloon racing here at the Te Marua oval can tell you the venue lends itself perfectly to close, hard & fast Super Saloon racing. The North Island championships is sure to be a close contest between some of the best in the land who have just had 3 weeks of hard racing, competing with the best drivers the South Island could offer.

The format for the North Island title will see the entire field running three heats together over 20 laps per heat, to accumulate enough points to be crowned the new North Island Champion.

Thanks to Brian Hopping for the photo.. Read On...
 

5w Josh Prentice Wins New Zealand Stockcar Champs

Well Done to Josh Prentice in his great looking 5w tank on his success at the New Zealand Stockcar Champs in Kihikihi on Saturday Jan 7th. Josh had to come through the repechage to make the final field, but once the 3 finals heats started there was nobody who could stop him. Well done Josh, Your club is very proud of you
 

Huge Boxing Day Crowd Treated To Smashing Night Of Action

After several abortive attempts to run a meeting in the past few weeks it was all go at Max Motors Family Speedway on Boxing Day. The programme contained three features of note, the Wellington Saloon Champs, the Wellington Minisprint Champs and the ever popular Valley Battery and Tyres Demolition Derby. In the Before the Green Pre-show Alan Buxton entertained the large crowd with interviews of 85w Saloon driver Lance Anderson, 9w Ministock driver Cyrus Crook and 1nz Minisprint driver Jamie Larsen.

The Bodyworks Panel and Paint Minisprints drew drivers from several different tracks to contest their Wellington Champ title. These included 23h Johnathon Martin and 46v Trent Leslie both of whom were newcomers to the Te Marua track. The current 1 and 2NZ’s Jamie Larsen and Dean Cooper and on form drivers 48p Christian Hermansen, 41p Shane Dewar and 93p Karl McGill all joined local hope 4w Shane Simpson as favourites to take the title. In their first heat 1nz Jamie Larsen had the front grid and the jump on the rest of the field at the off.. Read On...
 

Smashing Time Had At North Island Streetstock Champs

The programme this week at Max Motors Family Speedway was packed with not only the main feature the CDC Concrete Drilling and Cutting North Island Streetstocks but also the Windy City Showdown for Minisprints and a Superstock Teams race between the Wellington Wildcats and the Hawkes Bay Hawkeyes.

The night started with qualifying for the Streetstocks, the cars split into two groups with two reverse grid heats for each group to find the top 26 cars for the finals. In Group 1, Heat one, the12w “Valitank” of Andrew Hillman and 42s Adam Young clashed ending their chances after only 1 lap... Read On...
 

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