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Suzuki announces drivers for WRC programme

Suzuki announces drivers for WRC programme

Suzuki has gone for a blend of experience and youth in its driver line-up for its first forway into the full World Rally Championship.

TKR opens new HQ in Hamilton

TKR opens new HQ in Hamilton

NZ-based V8 Supercar team will open its headquarters to the public.

Dunlop renews rally sponsorship deal

Dunlop renews rally sponsorship deal

Otago Classic Rallyere-signs tyre company sponsorship for 2008 event.

GM says green and go DO mix

GM says green and go DO mix

General Motors’ Chevrolet division used the 2007 SEMA Show to prove that high-performance cars – even those with 600bhp V8s – can be environmentally friendly

SX4 - SUV looks, car manners

SX4 - SUV looks, car manners

Suzuki says the new 2.0-litre two-wheel drive version of its SX4 five-door hatchback is proving a dark horse in the New Zealand car market

Tasman upbeat for 2008

Tasman upbeat for 2008

Tasman Motorsport’s season might have ended disappointingly at the Dunlop Grand Finale at Phillip Island last weekend, but the Melbourne-based team has earned the season’s ‘most improved’ title

Radisich hits his straps at Ruapuna

Radisich hits his straps at Ruapuna

Paul Radisich said he was looking for a fistful of points from the second round of the 2007/2008 NZ Truth V8s series at Ruapuna, near Christchurch, last weekend.

TIZARD ADMITS EMISSIONS PROCESS FLAWED

TIZARD ADMITS EMISSIONS PROCESS FLAWED

Associate Transport Minister Judith Tizard has admitted the government failed to seriously consider alternatives before implementing its new vehicle emissions rule that will raise the average age of New Zealand’s vehicle fleet, increase the average cost of cars, and result in more air pollution, potentially costing lives.

What ESC means to YOU

What ESC means to YOU

Monash University’s study on New Zealand and Australian car crashes has pointed out the benefits of electronic stability control (ESC).

Dollansky wins first US-NZ clash

Dollansky wins first US-NZ clash

American Sprint Car driver Craig Dollansky has won the opening Feature Race of the international NZ/USA summer series.

Dollansky opens campaign with a win

Dollansky opens campaign with a win

American Craig Dolansky takes first blood in the clash between NZ and visiting American Sprint Car racers.

TKR will be at Phillip Island

TKR will be at Phillip Island

TKR boss David John denies rumours that the all-black Falcon won't race this weekend.

Skaife joins the 200 club

Skaife joins the 200 club

Ultra successful Australian V8 Supercar ace Mark Skaife starts his 200th tround of the championship this weekend.

Reid: expect more exciting racing

Reid: expect more exciting racing

A!GP driver Jonny Reid says he's sure changes to the Taupo racetrack - criticised last year for its lack of passing places - will provide better racing following a layout change.

Government misses opportunity to reduce vehicle emissions

Government misses opportunity to reduce vehicle emissions

The motor vehicle industry is extremely disappointed that the government has missed a golden opportunity to seriously deal with vehicle emissions and has instead proceeded with a policy that it knows will increase the cost of vehicles, drive up the average age of the fleet, worsen air pollution and potentially cost lives.

Real Land Rover hits NZ tracks

Real Land Rover hits NZ tracks

Land Rover’s new and improved Defender, a vehicle as iconic as the American Jeep, has arrived in New Zealand

Radisich wins second NZ V8s race

Radisich wins second NZ V8s race

Paul Radisich has so far dominated the NZ V8s racing at Ruapuna, qualifying on pole and winn ing the first two heats, though he came under strong pressure from Kayne Scott in Race 2.

Radisich takes flag to flag win

Radisich takes flag to flag win

Former Touring Car World Cup winner dominates first NZ V8s race at Ruapuna.

No match for Path

No match for Path

Paul Radisch puts his Ford Falcon on pole for first NZ V8s race at Ruapuna

No match for Patch

No match for Patch

Double World Touring Cup winner Paul Radisich (nickname Patch) takes pole in the NZ V8s at Ruapuna.

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