17-19 Jan

Highlands Motorsport Park

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On the grid

Castrol Toyota Racing Series

Central Muscle Cars

Toyota 86 Championship

OSCA

Mazda Pro 7 Racing

South Island NZ 1600

South Island Porsche

 Rushhour

The Speed Works MotorSport NZ Championship is back from the Christmas break and on New Zealand’s South Island over the weekend of January 18th and 19th at the fantastic Highlands Motorsport Park in picturesque Cromwell.

For TRS, there’s a brand new car, a new engine and new tyres for the class – which is widely recognised as the best place in the world in January and February for up and coming international single seater drivers to race.

Last season Kiwi Liam Lawson was the champion after an epic campaign and fans will be hoping for more of the same breathtaking, swashbuckling action as young Kiwi drivers take on the very best in the world. It’s the first round and interest will be high not just from New Zealand but from the global motorsport community. There are Super Licence points up for grabs from the TRS championship and with these being the key to drivers securing the licence needed to race in Formula 1, we can expect to see some world class drivers and world class racing.

Also popular with the fans will be the three Toyota 86 Championship races over the weekend at Highlands. With two Toyota 86 cars up for grabs as prizes this season, the racing will be as intense as it has ever been – possibly even more – as some of the best up and coming racers in the country tackle the challenges of this technical track. 2019 was simply epic, and fans can look forward to more of the same this time around.

A very welcome addition to the Speed Works MotorSport NZ Championship Highlands weekend are the mighty Central Muscle Cars – one of the country’s finest racing classes and one boasting a huge field of some of the most iconic racers in global motorsport history. There are some breathtaking machines out there and this class sees them raced as hard as they ever were. Unmissable. Another classic on the card will be Formula Ford 1600, enjoying a resurgence in New Zealand currently.

Mighty ‘anything goes’ OSCA racers and Porsches complete an exciting card for a great racing weekend at this awesome venue.

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