HRC & NZIGP Events 2016-2017

HRC Events

 

2nd July 2016

Dunlop 800  Hampton

2K Cup & E30 Enduro

 

10th 11th September 2016

IceBreaker  Hampton

Classic

Arrows, AES , Alfa,  Historic Formula Ford, BMW x3, Classic Trial

 

24th 25th September 2016

Waikato Challenge / Super Kart Nationals Hampton

HRC/IRC Classes

2K Cup, Sports Cars/Libre, Super Karts, Super Lap

 

3rd 4th December 2016

2K Masters Hampton Downs

HRC/IRC classes

2K Cup, Super Karts, Honda Cup,SS2000  , Mini Racing

 

7th 8th January 2017

Tasman Revival Taupo

Classic HRC/IRC classes

Arrows/AES, Alfa, ,  Historic Formula Ford, Classic Trial, Classic Japanese

 

14th 15th January 2017

Tasman Revival Hampton Downs

Classic and Historic

Formula First, ,  Historic Formula Ford, Formula Junior x1, Historic Muscle/ Saloon Cars, Sports cars/Libre, BMW ??? , Historic Sports sedans, Pre65

 

 

21st 22nd January 2017

Kenny Smith Festival Hampton Downs

Classic  HRC / IRC

International Track

AES/Arrows, ,  Historic Formula Ford, Formula Junior X2, Historic Muscle/ Saloon Cars, F5000, Libre or Historic single seaters , Classic Trial, Historic Sports sedan, Heritage Saloon Cars

 

 

 

18th 19th February 2017

Tasman Revival Pukekohe

Classic

AES,Arrows, Alfa, ,  Historic Formula Ford, Honda Cup, BMW x3, Classic Trial, Libre

 

 

25th 26th March 2017   NB Note Change of Date

Legends Of Speed  Hampton Downs

Classic

Formula First, AES, Arrows, Alfa, ,  Historic Formula Ford, Historic Muscle/ Saloon Cars, Libre, BMWx3, Historic Sports Sedans, Classic Trial

 

8th 9th April 2017

Great Lakes Taupo

Classic  HRC/ IRC

2K Cup, Super Karts, Super Lap, Sports Car/ Libre

 

 

6th 7th May 2017

Season Finale Hampton Downs

Classic HRC /IRC Classes

International Track

 

2K Cup, Super Karts, BMW Enduro x2  , Sports Cars Libre, Super Lap, Pre65

 

 

IRC Events

 

 

22nd23rd October 2016

Manfield    Manawatu Car Club

IRC/HRC Classes

2K Cup, BMW x3,

 

19th 20th November 2016

Taupo Car Club Taupo

IRC /HRC  Classes

Honda Cup, BMW x3,

 

21st 22nd January 2017

Taupo Car Club Taupo

IRC /HRC  Classes

 

18th 19th February 2017

Manfield    Manawatu Car Club

IRC/HRC Classes

Sports Cars,

 

15th 16th April

Taupo Car Club Taupo

IRC /HRC  classes

 

Sports Cars

 

NZIGP Events

4th 5th March

Thunder in the Park

IRC/ HRC classes

 

2K Cup, Pro 7

 

North Island Endurance Series

CAPACITY GRIDS ON THE CARDS FOR MAHINDRA NORTH ISLAND ENDURANCE SERIES

 

Popular winter series continues to grow

 

The 2016 Mahindra North Island Endurance Series is already promising to be the best yet, with early indications being that each round will feature capacity grids in the three hour events.

 

With entries only recently opened, the grid at the first three hour event at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park, Taupo, is almost full already – at 38 cars – and organisers are urging anyone wishing to do the three hour race or series to get their entries in quickly.

 

“The grid capacity at Taupo is 45 which means there are only seven places left for those wishing to enter. With three weeks or so still to go, we think that’s amazing and a clear indication the three hour series is going to be a huge success,” explained series CEO Kel McBeath. “There is a bit more space available in the one hour race – we currently have 24 cars entered for that – but again the places are filling up fast and we would urge people to get their entries in now to avoid disappointment later.”

 

This year the series starts in Taupo, before moving to Hampton Downs for round two later in June and then to Manfeild in early July for the series finale. The starting procedure for each race in the series will also be the same as the recent national final, with a controlled in line start at racing speeds for the first corners of lap one to mitigate the risk of early damage or incidents.

 

“This is a drivers series and we want to discourage first lap heroes who will end up wrecking their race, their car and those of their fellow competitors around them,” added McBeath. “It’s an endurance race and we want everyone to be able to make a good fist of it, hence we want to reduce the risk of any pointless early contact.”

 

Some exciting new entries are also confirmed, with more details to come over the next two weeks.

 

Drivers must be registered with the North Island Endurance Racing Drivers Club (www.nierdc.com ) before they can enter, which they can do at www.motorsportentry.com

 

 

MAHINDRA NORTH ISLAND ENDURANCE SERIES 2016 DATES

 

June 4th             –           Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park, Taupo

June 25th           –           Hampton Downs International Motorsport Park, North Waikato

July 23rd            –           Manfeild Autocourse, Feilding

 

 

 

Sportscars look ahead to big season

The NZ Sportscar series is looking ahead to a bigger and better racing season with the NZRDL as more of the spectacular mini-prototypes join a growing field.
 
Several new cars are in the pipeline to race at some point during the season and a further number should rejoin the series after time out from racing. Organiser Dean McCarroll says the class is gathering pace all of the time.
 
“We expect to see a few more Hayabusa powered cars on the track this season and the return of a couple of cars mid-season,” he explained. “We could also possibly have a car from the South Island for the MG Classic round (a Radical SR3). Craig Sawyer has also rejoined us with his Beattie 2000 and will be running in selected rounds. It is also possible that a Formula Suzuki will join us for the season with Kev Addington driving. Kenny Smith has indicated he may run in some meetings in his newly acquired Radical SR3 probably sharing the driving with Tom Alexander. Also in SR3s are Alastair Wootten and Richard Kelly.
 
“Several Juno drivers will be out there looking for top honours including David Glasson, Bryan McConkey, John Ryall, Allen Barker at the AKL events and myself with a possible appearance from Iain Slight at some stage. Mark Galvin will be a force to be reckoned with in his home built and extremely powerful Hayabusa Turbo DeltaFX.  We hope to see more of Russell Burling in his highly modified and very quick Lotus.
“Mike Limbrick has been busy preparing his Mallock U2 for a run this season. Johnny Mines will be out there in his self built JRM and Robert Hulme will also contest this season in his Nemesis. All in all, it should be a very competitive session and we all look forward to some good racing, whilst not losing sight of the fact that the name of the game is to enjoy ourselves.”
 
One of the most interesting cars in the field this year will be Gerard Barker’s new Reynard Inverter – a car designed for entry level sportscar racing by the world renowned former Indycar and F1 designer Adrian Reynard. The chassis purchased by Barker was Reynard’s own and will run in the same Gulf livery that it ran with in the UK.
 
The car has a high degree of both sophistication and simplicity, which reflects the designer’s experience in motor racing at the highest levels as well as serving the needs of club racing. The body generates high levels of downforce, hence the name of the car, Inverter, reflecting the notion that the car could be driven on an inverted surface at speed.
 
Water jet cutting, CNC tube bending and plasma cutting have ensured economical and accurate construction. This car was the second built by Reynard and was successfully raced by him during the past three seasons in the Bikesports Championship against Radical and Spire sports cars.
 
It has carbon fibre bodywork, magnesium wheels, Farringdon steering wheel, Tillett seats and a Geartronics paddle shifter. The engine is a Suzuki Hayabusa ,which is coupled to a Radical chain drive differential. An unusual feature of the Inverter is the stainless steel chassis and aluminium honeycomb panels for bracing. Safety has been addressed with an electrically operated plumbed fire extinguisher system and side impact panels which are bonded to the aluminium honeycomb panels. Vinyl wrap has been used instead of paint as a measure to minimize the weight of the car at a remarkable 500kg.
 
NZ CHAMPIONSHIP 2014 / 2015 RACE CALENDAR
 
Championship Rounds    Venue    Date
R1 – NZRDL, Hampton Downs, 27 & 28 September 2014
R2 – Taupo Car Club (IRC opt round), Taupo, 25 & 26 October 2014
R3 – Manifeild MG Classic, Manfield, 15 & 16 November 2014
R4 – NZRDL, Manfield, 28 February & 01 March 2015
R5 – Taupo IRC (Championship Round),Taupo, 04 & 05 April 2015
R6 – NZRDL, Hampton Downs, 2 & 3 May 2015

Non Championship Rounds    
     
BNT Super Toursers, Hampton Downs, 01 & 02 November 2014 (Libre)
NZRDL, Taupo, 10 & 11 January 2015
Toyota Racing Series, Hampton Downs, 30 January & 01 February 2015
NZRDL, Taupo, 18 & 19 April 2015

Prowear NZ Superlap Series makes super strides

Prowear NZ Superlap Series makes super strides

The Prowear NZ Superlap Series is gearing up for its biggest season yet, with confirmed dates and revised regulations that make it possible for circuit racers, track day warriors and even your daily driver to take part in the ‘driver vs. the clock’ series.

For the 2014 – 2015 Season, NZ Superlap Series competitors will be given FREE membership to the MSNZ-affiliated Historic Racing Club and will not require an MSNZ competition licence. In addition competitors will not be required to have an MSNZ logbook for their vehicles if they have a road registration and a current warrant.

Dates are confirmed as September 27/28 at Hampton Downs, January 10/11 at Taupo, Feb 28/Mar 1 at Manfeild, 22nd March at Manfeild, April 18/19 at Taupo and the season finale on May 2/3 at Hampton Downs.

Up for grabs are trophies and giveaways for the fastest podium finishers in each class, as well as all drivers competing for the series trophies that will be given away at the end of the 2014-2015 series.

“Anyone interested in racing themselves against the clock can be part of our series, whether they own a street car, a track car or a purpose built race car,” said series coordinator Kerry Perfk. “For the uninitiated, this is a competition where skill is first and foremost and the cars only compete against the clock. It’s demanding, but a lot of fun and we have a great community which is on an even keel and looking to grow significantly over the next couple of years. It’s great that the HRC have stepped in to embrace our current and future members, we have the dates and the regulations and are looking forward to a big season.”

“We’re excited to see all the epic cars hitting the track once again when the series starts in September. Lock the dates into your calendar and we’ll see you on track for the Prowear NZ Superlap Series.”

Further information on taking part in the series is available by contacting kaz@4androtary.co.nz

 

NZRDL CONFIRMS 2014-2015 DATES

The NZRDL has confirmed dates available for race classes next season and it hopes to build on its first season with additional grids.

Dates for the 2014-2015 season are as follows:

The NZRDL hopes to build on a successful inaugural season

The NZRDL hopes to build on a successful inaugural season

  • September 27/28, Hampton Downs
  • January 10/11, Taupo
  • February 28/March 1, Manfeild
  • April 18/19, Taupo
  • May 2/3, Hampton Downs

The NZRDL allows any category to run at its events subject to the availability of space in the programme. Some categories run all NZRDL events and others just use the dates to supplement existing core dates in their series calendars. Entry fees are amongst the lowest for the sport in New Zealand at $230 for the weekend and the League will not increase its prices for the coming season. The option for categories to buy a grid also remains.

Last season Toyota TR86s, Central Muscle Cars, 2K Cup, Motul Honda Cup, NZ Superlap, Sportscars, Formula Libre, Rotary Race Enthusiasts and Superkarts all ran one or more of their dates with the NZRDL.

In addition, its core categories like 2K Cup and Honda Cup ran additional rounds of their own series at other events. This will continue for next season with Honda Cup, for example, running a round with the BNT V8 SuperTourers and another with the IRC.

Friday testing will be available to drivers at all of the two day NZRDL meetings planned for the forthcoming season.

“The League is all about working together as a sport and for drivers and friends to have a great weekend at the race track at an affordable cost. We are talking to a number of categories who want to run at one or more of our events, and would encourage any category looking for a date or dates to talk to us.

 

 

NZRDL THREE – ROTARY REVIVAL ROUND UP

The third New Zealand Racing Drivers League event made its maiden voyage to the Manfeild Circuit in Fielding. Despite it’s relatively isolated location, many Auckland drivers and teams made the six hour trip down for three days of excellent racing, writes Simon Chapman.

The Rotary Racing Enthusiasts were the headline act for the meeting dubbed the ‘Rotary Revival.’ The Rotary field would be restricted to just five cars after late cancellations and a couple of cars sustained mechanical issues early on in the weekend. Arie Brooks and Simon Hetterscheid struck problems early on, both unable to finish the first race. Tony Bowman dominated proceedings in his extremely light rotary powered sports car, winning the first and second races by nearly forty seconds, and only just getting piped at the post by Stephan Dyke in his Mazda Cosmo in the final race of the weekend. Stephen Armstrong finished well in the first two races finishing

Nick Cassidy guested in Sportscars - and dominated

Nick Cassidy guested in Sportscars – and dominated

second and third respectively, but struck gremlins later on, unable to contest the final race of the weekend.

The Motul Honda Cup series fielded one of the largest grids, with twenty four cars in total. This was the first time the series had been to Manfeild since 2012, so many made the trip to the circuit which is the favourite of many. Regular front runners Shane Parsons and Richard Gee continued to dominate qualifying, going second and third respectively. South Islander Daniel Cropp was the surprise contender, qualifying third in his EG Civic. David Miller impressed going fifth overall, this was his first time at the circuit.

In the early stages of the first race, an incident at the turn five hairpin had left William Yu and several other competitors taking evasive action, trying to avoid a slowing car. Shane Parsons had battled gremlins in the recent rounds, and would find himself in trouble again and making the three hour trip to Tauranga to fix his CRX, bringing it back to race the following morning.

Richard Gee would take the opening race of the weekend in Honda Cup, ahead of series leader Martin Dunn, and Parsons. Gee, Dunn, and Parsons would jostle for position in the next two races, Parsons taking the win in the second race over Dunn by two seconds, Gee only just missing out on second position.

Garry Morrell’s weekend would come to an end halfway through race two when the engine in his DC2 Integra blew up in spectacular fashion sending smoke down the length of the front straight. Daniel Cropp who had previously shown pace in qualifying was unable to capitalize on his speed in the first two races, but came back to win in the final race of the weekend.

The crowd-pleasing 2KCUP series fielded a slightly depleted field than usual, with twenty seven street legal cars taking to the Manfeild circuit. With points tight at the top, finishing was just as important as winning. Tyson Jemmett went into the fourth round as the overall leader, but a DNF in race one effectively put him out of the run for the championship. Tyson, later decided not to contest the remainder of the season deciding instead wanting to focus on other motor racing ventures.

Paul Dunkley made the most of Tyson Jemmett’s misfortune, taking third place in race one, and second place in race two, taking the lead from Jemmett in the points. The same could be said for James Watson, who finished third and fourth in the two races respectively, further extending the battle for the lead in the points. In 1.6KCUP, Kent Dalziell extended his lead in the championship after the no.44 car failed to show for the racing.

The Custom Tee’s NZ Superlap series was again an all import affair with the Mitsubishi the obvious choice of machinery for competitors, with Scott Kreyl, Kat Benson, and Jaxon Sharp all competing in Mitsubishi Evolution’s. The event also featured one heavily modified Nissan Skyline r32 and a street sleeper EG Civic. The obvious favourite was Scott Kreyl in his Hell Racing Team Revolution Mitsubishi Evo. The car, which has been through various guises, once again struck mechanical issues as it had done in the previous round. Most of practice was spent getting the car to the point where it could run consistent laps. Fortunately, the team managed to get the car out for the final run, and taking the win setting a 1:10.988. Kreyl also won the Dial Your Own contest, coming within just 0.09 of his nominated time.

The New Zealand Superkart series had the most track time of all the classes, with a total eleven sessions over the weekend being held. The Superkarts as always proved to be an exciting class to watch, with just over twenty karts pilling into the first corner four times over the weekend. Andrew Hall proved to be the dominant driver over the weekend winning all but one race, only losing to Tony Gestro in the third race. Gestro and Hall battled it out, and were neck and neck throughout the majority of the races, but were notably closer in the final. Gestro and Hall were clearly the fastest of the field, managing to lap the entire field in the third race.

The New Zealand Sports Car series had a new runner in the form of three time New Zealand Grand Prix champion Nick Cassidy running in a Juno. Cassidy dominated proceedings taking three of the four race wins ahead of the speedy Dean McCarroll. Cassidy’s pace was evident throughout the weekend, often running two seconds faster a lap than the second places McCarroll.

The New Zealand Drivers Racing League heads north to Ricoh Taupo Motorsport Park for their fourth event which hosts the Motul Honda Cup, Rotary Racing Enthusiasts, 2KCUP, Superkarts, New Zealand Sports Car series, and Custom Shirts NZ Superlap

 

CENTRAL MUSCLE CARS TOP THE BILL AT HAMPTON DOWNS

CA4E7693_GHoldenThe fabulous Autosure Central Muscle Cars – the largest and most spectacular V8 series in New Zealand – will headline Hampton Downs club racing weekend organised by the NZRDL on February 15 and 16.

Fresh from stealing the show at the recent Highlands Motorsport Park event, the stunning field will run with the support of the NZ Sportscars, the Motul Honda Cup, the 2K Cup and the Custom Shirts New Zealand Time Attack series.

Organisers are experimenting with a new format for the weekend, with a significantly increased testing programme for classes on Saturday followed by qualifying on late Saturday afternoon and early evening – before each category runs three races on the Sunday. Entry will be just $10 for the Sunday – with 15 races – with Saturday free for spectators.

“We are constantly looking to add value for both spectators and drivers and this is a format we have been hoping to try for some time,” said promoter Chris Watson.

“There should be plenty of track time for the car owners and on Sunday, 15 high quality races that will include a 20 lapper for the Hondas. Time Attack is a new addition for us and we hope to see a good turnout there too as there are classes for more standard machinery as well as the really extreme stuff. Either way it’s going to be a good weekend of racing at the track and there will inevitably be a good atmosphere, as there always is at this type of meeting.”

Fastest VTECs head to Hampton Downs

Round four of the Motul Honda Cup will feature most of the fastest cars ever to run in the series and a 20 lap feature race around the Hampton Downs track.

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Shane Parsons manic CRX, reigning champion Mark Walters K20 Repco Integra, Martin Dunn’s K24 propelled Integra, Tim ‘Motul’ Pollard’s ex Japanese Production Racing Series car, Rob Sutherland in his awesome K20 powered DC2 Integra and Richard Gee’s black Civic EK will all line up for the weekend on February 15 and 16. Gary Wilson will also have the country’s fastest 1.6 powered machine – his screaming Surtees Trailers EG Civic and Rik Wakelin is another runner in his NZ Hondas 1.8 powered EG.

The fast group are also likely to be joined on pace by Jamie Wiggins and Brent Hay in their DC2s, both of which showed prodigious speed at Round 3 at Taupo in January.

Race lap times of sub 1.14 are expected by all of the major runners, and if conditions are right, the fastest cars may dip into the 1.11s or faster – putting them very close to the pace of the old NZV8 cars.

“It’s shaping up to be an awesome field at the front and it’s a weekend you should really be racing at if you are a Honda competitor,” said series director Alan Stewart. “There will be plenty of testing on the Saturday, and we will have a Saturday evening qualifying session before we do three races on Sunday, the last of which will be our 20 lap feature race. In terms of mileage vs entry fee (Around $230) – that’s great news for the Honda Cup racers and the VTEC fans should be in their element too.”

The meeting will also include the awesome Autosure Central Muscle Cars, the popular 2K Cup, the NZ Sportscars, the Custom Shirts NZ Superlap series and the Rotary Race Enthusiasts.

 

Entries for the weekend

Full entry list across all classes for the weekend as of Tuesday 11th February

Event Id EntryDate FirstName LastName Make Model Entered1 Entered2
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13421 2014-01-21 09:07:43 Daniel Moores Toyota Levin 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13415 2014-01-16 22:34:50 Dave Rooney Toyota Corolla FXGT 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13451 2014-01-28 23:07:34 Dave Rooney Toyota Corolla FXGT 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13452 2014-01-28 23:08:10 Dave Rooney Toyota Corolla FXGT 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13453 2014-01-28 23:09:05 Dave Rooney Toyota Corolla FXGT 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13411 2014-01-16 11:57:51 David Medricky Toyota Levin 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13412 2014-01-16 11:57:55 David Medricky Toyota Levin 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13431 2014-01-23 18:48:04 Gordon Murray Toyota Trueno 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13449 2014-01-28 20:01:00 Ivan Kalajdzic Toyota Corolla Levin 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13475 2014-02-03 13:13:28 Jim Carroll Toyota Corolla 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13425 2014-01-22 11:41:16 Kent Dalziell Honda Civic Si 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13432 2014-01-23 18:53:37 Luke van den Bogaart Mazda MX-5 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13404 2014-01-14 13:50:53 Michael Taylor Honda Civic 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13513 2014-02-08 19:02:24 Philip Colvin Suzuki Swift GTI 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13503 2014-02-07 13:05:13 Rodin Wootton Alfa Romeo 146 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13465 2014-01-31 19:02:16 Scott de Boer Toyota Levin 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13455 2014-01-29 13:51:41 Stuart Fox Toyota Corolla 1.6K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13446 2014-01-28 10:30:38 Alex Taylor Mazda Lantis 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13429 2014-01-23 12:28:14 Andrew Holden Toyota Curren 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13436 2014-01-24 15:11:50 Brett Carey Nissan Bluebird 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13382 2014-01-09 11:18:23 Chris Watson Toyota Curren 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13395 2014-01-13 14:29:57 Craig Tyer Honda Integra 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13392 2014-01-13 12:02:56 Darren McDonald Honda Integra 2K Cup Super Lap
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13491 2014-02-05 22:49:29 George Maddever Mazda Lantis 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13386 2014-01-10 07:27:23 Grant Astley Honda Integra 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13442 2014-01-27 21:16:44 Greg McQuaid Toyota Celica 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13440 2014-01-27 10:39:02 Harry Bowers Toyota MR2 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13423 2014-01-21 12:19:50 Hayden Smith Toyota MR2 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13527 2014-02-09 19:04:35 James Kerrigan Toyota Curren 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13387 2014-01-10 13:18:30 James Watson Toyota MR2 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13428 2014-01-23 08:38:43 John Stewart Toyota Celica 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13426 2014-01-22 21:30:46 Kane Wilson Honda Integra Si 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13390 2014-01-11 23:57:37 Lance McAuley Toyota Celica 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13435 2014-01-24 08:55:38 Mark Dunkley Toyota Levin 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13403 2014-01-14 12:54:11 Mark Grover Nissan Bluebird 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13445 2014-01-28 09:52:27 Mark Mallard Mazda Lantis 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13407 2014-01-14 17:08:15 Mathew Smith Toyota MR2 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13406 2014-01-14 16:58:10 Nigel Smith Toyota MR2 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13417 2014-01-17 20:19:06 Oscar Drummond Toyota MR2 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13434 2014-01-24 08:49:58 Paul Dunkley Toyota Levin 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13408 2014-01-14 19:21:56 Paul Smith Honda Integra 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13477 2014-02-03 17:43:07 Peter Günther Mazda MX6 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13414 2014-01-16 19:12:08 Richard McCarthy Peugeot 205 GTI 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13430 2014-01-23 14:05:27 Rob Turnbull Toyota Celica 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13463 2014-01-31 10:21:49 Simon Rollinson Honda Integra 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13420 2014-01-20 15:58:50 Steve Cox Opel Vectra 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13427 2014-01-23 08:10:22 Stuart Read Toyota Curren 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13454 2014-01-29 13:16:09 Tyson Jemmett Honda Integra 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13438 2014-01-27 09:49:59 Zane Coppins Toyota Curren 2K Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13536 2014-02-10 11:24:13 Bruce Dreadon Ford Mustang Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13508 2014-02-08 14:34:28 Bruce Kett Chevrolet Camaro Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13539 2014-02-10 13:17:36 Dean Perkins Ford Falcon Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13509 2014-02-08 14:43:03 John Cockburn Chevrolet Camaro Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13522 2014-02-09 12:05:54 John Elliott Holden Torana GTR XU1 Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13516 2014-02-08 21:59:18 Rick VanSwet Chev Camaro Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13534 2014-02-10 08:11:03 Shane Johnson Ford Mustang Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13506 2014-02-08 09:20:21 Steve Hildred Holden Monaro Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13532 2014-02-10 07:04:44 Steve Noyer Ford Mustang Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13533 2014-02-10 07:06:12 Steve Noyer Ford Mustang Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13538 2014-02-10 13:05:24 Steven Ross Holden commodore Central Muscle Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13490 2014-02-05 20:21:38 Andrew Johnston Honda Civic ES Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13511 2014-02-08 17:56:33 Brent Hay Honda Integra Type R Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13443 2014-01-27 21:54:21 David Harker Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13492 2014-02-05 23:42:26 David Miller Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13489 2014-02-05 18:57:44 Garry Morrell Honda Integra Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13510 2014-02-08 17:29:17 Gary Wilson Honda EG Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13413 2014-01-16 17:32:12 Jamie Wiggins Honda Integra Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13488 2014-02-05 17:08:29 Linda Grey Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13520 2014-02-09 11:03:48 Mark Walters Honda Integra Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13424 2014-01-21 17:58:48 Martin Dunn Honda Integra Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13472 2014-02-03 09:54:33 Oliver Heycoop Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13494 2014-02-06 13:41:33 Richard Gee Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13479 2014-02-03 21:27:44 Ryan Macartney Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13450 2014-01-28 22:23:36 Scott Silver Honda Civic EG Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13437 2014-01-26 17:38:11 shane hine honda civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13512 2014-02-08 18:40:29 Shane Parsons Honda CRX Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13519 2014-02-09 09:59:06 Shaun Morris Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13498 2014-02-07 09:27:43 Tim Pollard Honda Integra R Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13525 2014-02-09 15:31:22 William Yu Honda Civic Honda Cup
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13448 2014-01-28 18:54:46 Dean McCarroll Juno SSE NZ Sports Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13461 2014-01-30 16:19:00 Grant Johnstone Hulson Delta NZ Sports Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13439 2014-01-27 10:04:08 Mark Galvin Custom Built Terra Fx NZ Sports Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13433 2014-01-23 19:18:33 Richard Kelly Radical SR3 NZ Sports Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13482 2014-02-04 09:08:00 Robert Hulme Nemesis Sports NZ Sports Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13468 2014-02-01 15:56:05 Russell Burling Lotus 2-11 NZ Sports Cars
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13501 2014-02-07 10:28:46 AJ Austin Mazda RX8 Rotary Enthusiasts
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13514 2014-02-08 19:36:29 Sam Bensley Mazda RX7 Rotary Enthusiasts
Honda’s at Hampton 2014 13544 2014-02-10 14:28:09 Glenn Hodges Nissan 300ZX Super Lap
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EPIC FIRST WEEKEND LOOMS FOR NZRDL

This weekend’s first New Zealand Racing Drivers’ League race meeting is set to be an epic, with huge grids and a top entry list from the feature class of the weekend at Hampton Downs – the BNT V8 SuperTourers.

It’s a big weekend at Hampton Downs Downs

 The SuperTourers are racing the first round of their endurance series and the teams have put together a stellar list of drivers. Greg Murphy, Chas Mostert, Alex Davison, Tim Slade, Shane Van Gisbergen, Scott McLaughlin, Jonathan Webb, Jonny Reid, Simon Evans, Ant Pedersen, Lee Holdsworth are just some of the names on the SuperTourer entry and the fans have three mini enduro races complete with driver changes to look forward to.

Packed grids of support classes are also a feature of the first NZRDL meeting – with a full grid of 46 2K Cup cars, 26 Motul Honda Cup vtecs and 17 rotaries from new category RRE sure to provide a huge amount of racing action. The V8-powered Cogent Challenge Cup cars are also on the weekend bill, as is a small but interesting combined field of Formula Ford and Formula Libre cars.

Practice and racing for the support categories, and testing and practice for the SuperTourers, takes place on Saturday with Sunday all about the racing with non-stop action from 8.30am onwards.

You can follow the action by downloading the Race Monitor app for your smart phone, pad or lap top and keep your eyes on the SuperTourer facebook site and the NZRDL facebook site for regular updates during the weekend.

Don’t forget, you can get your tickets on the gate on either day.