He may have raced with the best of them on two wheels and in touring cars but when it comes to getting in a rally car, Aaron Slight is a complete novice.
Not content with being a trailblazer leading the charge for New Zealand women in motorsport, Dunedin's Emma Gilmour has been selected to drive in an exciting new competition.
Mosgiel driver Chris Hey could not have done better in this season’s New Zealand hill climb championship.
New Zealand rally ace Hayden Paddon ably displayed the future of rallying to those who attended day one of the two-day New Zealand Hill Climb championship at Burma Rd, near Milton, on Saturday.
In a tight finish, Jack Hawkeswood, of Auckland, driving a Mazda AP4 rally car, secured the 2021 Gold Star New Zealand Hill Climb championship title with a fine second-place finish at Sunday’s...
World champion Courtney Duncan is "a bit banged up" but she will be "good to go" in a couple of weeks.
Two-times world champion Courtney Duncan has withdrawn from the New Zealand Motocross Grand Prix event at Woodville this weekend.
Supercars driver Shane van Gisbergen yesterday won the New Zealand Grand Prix at Hampton Downs, near Hamilton, but not without a major drama in pit lane before the race started.
The Australian Grand Prix will be postponed to the back end of the Formula One season with Bahrain replacing it as the opening race in March, Aston Martin team owner Lawrence Stroll has said.
The camaraderie and not just a love of blinding speed encouraged Allan Kirk to race his Ford Falcon BA production car yesterday at Beachlands Speedway’s first meeting of the new year.
The Australian Formula One Grand Prix in Melbourne looks set to be rescheduled from its season-opening slot to later in the year due to the COVID-19 pandemic and a tightening of local quarantine...
Double Women’s World Motocross champion Courtney Duncan has confirmed she will be riding in the inaugural KawiGirls Kings and Queens Motocross event at the Rotorua Motorcycle Club track on Saturday.
She cannot legally drive a car yet, but that did not stop a Queenstown teenager spending Saturday tearing up Coronet Peak’s access road in her first motorsport event.