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Penn captures first East Coast Stockcar Championship title

Hawke's Bay stockcar driver Regan Penn labelled his first East Coast championship title as an ideal form of consolation for the Meeanee Maulers winless nation...

Motocross pecking order changes at Rotorua

All bets are off now after the dust settled at round two of the 2021 New Zealand Motocross Championships near Rotorua at the weekend. The series is now at the...

Meeanee Maulers fail to gel in capital

Meeanee Maulers manager Andrew Powell was in apologising mode after the weekend's national teams stockcar championship in Wellington. His team travelled south...

Meeanee Maulers have track time on side

Meeanee Maulers stockcar team manager Andrew Powell reckons his lads have had the best buildup to their national teams championship during the five years he has...

Manager claims Hawkeyes hard done by in Palmy

Hawke's Bay Hawkeyes superstock team manager Mike McLachlan claims his team was on the harsh end of referees calls at the ENZED Teams Champs in Palmerston North...

Senior heroes of tomorrow revealed at junior champs

The New Zealand motocross stars of the future revealed themselves in the Bay of Plenty at the weekend. The Farmer Autovillage and Yamaha-sponsored New Zealand...

Butcher's back for Hawkeyes title quest

Hawke's Bay Hawkeyes superstock team driver Quintin Butcher is eager to make up for lost race time at the most prestigious event on the Speedway New Zealand cal...

Junior Champs produce future stars

There is perhaps no better launch-pad for young Kiwi racers hoping to achieve motocross fame and fortune than the New Zealand Junior Motocross Championships and...

Rotorua driver captures HB Streetstock title

Hands up if you were surprised to see Rotorua's Shane Bracken win the Hawke's Bay streetstock championship at Meeanee on Saturday night. You weren't alone. But...

Towler aims to match old man's streetstock feats

Hawke's Bay streetstock driver Tim Towler admits time is running out in his quest to match or better father Bill's four provincial championship titles. "But if...

Iconic Woodville event to launch motocross champs

It's already the premier motocross event on the Kiwi calendar, but now the famous New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix at Woodville will have even more significance...

Stars come out for 60th annual Woodville Motocross

It will be superstars galore at this year's 60th anniversary New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix at Woodville, including now a two-time and current world No.1. Th...

Annual Classic Celebration a trip down memory lane

It's that time of year again when all the best from motorcycling yesteryear come together in one massive celebration. We're counting down the days for New Zeal...

Bay's Loveridge unlucky, Kihi Kihi's Ellis claims title

Hawke's Bay stockcar driver Brett Loveridge was a man of mixed emotions after the New Zealand championship ended at Meeanee last night. "I don't know whether t...

Three Bay drivers book crack at national title

"Not bad for a bloke in a borrowed car." These were the words of proud Dad and former 3NZ Regan O'Brien after watching his son Kairyn qualify for the top 30 du...

Family advice right fuel for Penn's title quest

Hawke's Bay speedway fans won't see Regan Penn at Thursday night's shake down sessions for this weekend's Meeanee-hosted national stockcar championship. Penn a...

Fifth NZGP title for Bay's BWD

Hawke's Bay solo bike rider Bradley Wilson-Dean captured his fifth consecutive New Zealand Grand Prix title at Invercargill's Oreti Park Speedway last night. W...

Martin keeps Bay saloon championship title in family

Hawke's Bay saloon car driver Kevin Martin saluted a good piece of "kiwi ingenuity" after he won the provincial championship for the class at Meeanee last night...

Speedway veteran deserves title glory

Hawke's Bay saloon car driver Shane Laking reckons he deserves a championship title. "I was second in the Wellington champs three weeks ago, second in Wel...

Bay's national solo bike king will be hard to dethrone

Don't expect Hawke's Bay professional Bradley Wilson-Dean to relinquish his national and New Zealand Grand Prix solo bike titles in a hurry. Wilson-Dean, 26, w...