Palmerston rider Courtney Duncan hit the top of the World Motocross Championship standings with a perfect two-from-two in the second round of competition in Portugal at the weekend.
Confidence and commitment were the key ingredients to WRC driver Hayden Paddon once again blitzing the Otago Rally field by a massive margin.
Palmerston's Courtney Duncan has hit the front in the women's motocross world championship series after two comfortable race wins in Portugal.
Persistence paid off for Regan Ross when he powered his Ford Escort RS to victory in the Classic Rally component of the 2018 Drivesouth Otago Rally Fest.
Dunedin driver Emma Gilmour experienced the tough hand that rallying can deftly dish out as a final-stage puncture deflated her hopes of a podium finish yesterday.
WRC driver Hayden Paddon and co-driver John Kennard have won the Otago Rally in their Hyundai i20 AP4, finishing almost 8mins 30sec clear of their nearest rivals.
New Zealand’s WRC driver Hayden Paddon is dominating the Rally of Otago, winning all eight stages today and leading Auckland’s Subaru WRX STi driver Ben Hunt and Tony Rawstorn by 4mins:44.5secs.
Hayden Paddon has made a blistering start to this weekend's Drivesouth Otago Rally, powering to a lead of over a minute and a-half on the opening three special stages.
Wild weather and slippery conditions added to the drama as reporter Jono Edwards went for a spin before the Otago Rally.
The Otago Rally roars out of Dunedin this weekend and with new cars, fresh faces and WRC stars scattered throughout the field, it promises some quality action.
Palmerston rider Courtney Duncan recovered well from a poor start to the opening round of the FIM Women's Motocross World Championship in Italy yesterday.
After two years of near-misses, Courtney Duncan is hoping 2018 is her year to break through and win the women's motocross world championship series.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel has held on by the skin of his teeth to win a tense Bahrain Grand Prix in his 200th race start.
Redemption awaits Palmerston’s Courtney Duncan in the first round of the Motocross World Championships in Italy this weekend.
Battling through torrential downpours, two Otago teams finished on the three-hour race's podium in the New Zealand Endurance Championship at Pukekohe Park in Auckland.
Offer Brendon Hartley the chance to perform well in one Formula One race this year and the response will be quick in coming.