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Sunday, July 23, 2006 WHILE they may not have a severely damaged Commodore to repair as was the case after last year's V8 Supercar round at Queensland Raceway, the team at Tasman Motorsport have again had a tough weekend in the BigPond 400 at the Ipswich circuit.
Mitsubishi’s Grandis VRX gets dual sunroofs, leather-upholstered seats, heated in the front, alloy pedals and new exterior trim and wheels for 2007.
New Zealand’s number one magazine for buying and selling cars is celebrating 25 years in the marketplace with a unique collectors’ edition.
Jaguar's new XKR Coupe will be developed to race in the FIA GT3 Euro sports car Series from 2007, by English company Apex Motorsport.
Toyota’s new NASCAR Nextel Cup challenger, the Camry, hit the track for the first time last Monday, with cars from three teams turning laps at Michigan International Raceway during a NASCAR Car of Tomorrow test programme.
Holden’s first Statesman long wheelbase luxury car debuted in 1971 and reached its peak with the 1980s WB.
Expect greater style in future vehicles from Kia. The fast-developing Korean car maker has hired Peter Schreyer, the man behind the Volkswagen New Beetle and the Audi TT, as chief design officer.
Great news from last month, with the announcement that Formula 5000s will be included in the support races at next years Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix.
Auckland, August 24. Legendary New Zealand engineer, Ralph Watson, who created the Lycoming Special sports racing car in the 1950s, has died in Te Aroha.
Chrysler has begun selling the convertible version of its retro-styled, hot rod-inspired PT Cruiser in New Zealand.
A strong fight back from Jason Richards has landed the Kiwi in the top 10 in the third round of the V8 Supercar Championship Series in Western Australia, May 13-14.
New Zealand ’s leading on-line motoring and classified publication www.autotrader.co.nz has joined forces with Greg Murphy for the 2006 V8 Supercar Championship.
Trader Group and Nissan New Zealand have formed a marketing partnership to drive Nissan car sales online. Trader Group will power the used search functions on Nissan’s corporate website. Nissan’s approved dealers’ stock will now appear online on the Nissan.co.nz site and the biggest vehicle site in New Zealand, autotrader.co.nz.
Auckland rally driver Chris West fought back from being disqualified from the first two rounds of the 2006 Parker Enzed New Zealand Rally Championship to win last weekend’s Rally Whangarei.
Former OSCA and South Island Pre 65 racer Neville Agass is now living in the United States and working for the Pratt and Miller team which is contracted to GM Racing to run Cadillac CTS cars in the SCCA Speed World Challenge.
Honda's North American luxury marque, Acura, will go racing in the 2007 American Le Mans Series with an LMP2 class roadster
Fast-growing Korean manufacturer Kia will take the wraps off its all-new Carens compact MPV at the Madrid motor show in Spain on May 25
Car manufacturers the world over are trying to appeal to younger buyers, and Scion’s Fuse Sports Coupe concept is the most daring yet.