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Useful Links

Links to informative websites:

  1. Autospeed website witha a number of informative articles - www.autospeed.com

  2. For information on types of modifications that can be done legally and types that require certification please see the following site - Low Volume Vehicle Technical Association - http://www.lvvta.org.nz/

  3. Turbocharger - https://www.garrettmotion.com
  4. Motorsport Events Calendar Around New Zealand - http://www.kiwimotoring.com/
  5. How Stuff Works Auto Section- http://auto.howstuffworks.com/
  6. Crower Camshafts etc - http://www.crower.com/
  7. Whiteline Performance suspension articles about handling - http://www.whiteline.com.au/suspension_parts_resources.php

Motorsport Racing Series

  1. GTRNZ Series - www.gtrnz.co.nz

Motorsport Club

  1. HCMC Motorsport Club

    The Hibiscus Coast Motorsport Club was originally founded in the 1960's as a club catering for car enthusiasts on Auckland’s Hibiscus Coast. The local constable was instrumental in setting up the club, and the first members were upright citizens who were willing to stop and help anyone stranded on the side of the road with car problems. Not your typical young hoons. Today, HCMC is still a club for car enthusiasts, but unlike many car clubs in NZ they cater for the whole family, actively encouraging the female contingent and younger members to compete as well as the traditional males (in fact, one of their most successful club members one year was both female and under 15 years old!)

    Being family oriented HCMC generally holds informal grass-root type events such as Trials, Motorkhanas, Autocrosses, Hillclimbs and Rallysprints which the whole family can get involved in. - http://www.hcmc.org.nz/

Motorsport New Zealand

The Governing Body For Motorsport In New Zealand - This is the website for all the rules and regulations as well as a motorsport calendar of events happening around the country. - http://www.motorsport.org.nz/


Motorsport Circuits

  1. Hampton Downs - http://www.hamptondowns.com/
  2. Pukekohe Race Park - http://www.countiesracing.co.nz/motor-racing/

Motorsport Companies

  1. Prime Speed Sport -https://www.primespeedsport.co.nz/

Prime Speed Sport is a premium automotive workshop and supplier of high quality products. They are based at Hampton Downs Motorsport Park, a fantastic hub of motorsport in New Zealand. Director, Phil Hall, has over 20 years experience in the automotive industry and is a qualified Master Technician and OEM approved Technical Trainer. As well as being an expert in the technical aspects, Phil is a competitor behind the wheel and is able to apply this knowledge and experience to your car.

Their workshop services cover everything from vehicle servicing and tyre changes to full maintenance, repair, fabrication and preparation of race and performance cars, as well as diagnostics. They also offer track support, bespoke vehicle storage and vehicle pick up/drop off/transportation. No job is too big or too small. They pride themselves on high standard of work and are passionate about all things automotive.


Trackday And Driver Training

Tracktime - https://www.tracktime.co.nz/

If you’re after unique corporate entertaining ideas or gift certificates, or want to play at being a racing driver for a day, or have staff who need driver training to upskill, or you need to plan an event… read on!

TrackTime is a multi-faceted automotive company that trains all levels of drivers, from novices to experts. As well as training, TrackTime also arranges automotive events, both public and private.

TrackTime Driving Academy is a practical and engaging learning programme designed to enhance driver confidence and capability. It does this through high-quality instruction and the opportunity to experience leading-edge vehicle technologies in a safe and controlled environment.

The brainchild of well-known motor racing driver Mike Eady, TrackTime combines his passion for cars and the automotive business.

Primarily based in Auckland, much of TrackTime’s driver training is at the Hampton Downs racing circuit. They also train drivers in other regions and the South Island.



  1. Kids In The Community - http://www.kic.org.nz/

    K.I.C. stands for Kids in Cars and was originally set up as a charity to raise money for Children living with Cancer. Five years on from it's introduction, K.I.C. is now expanding and will now also be known as Kids in the Community.

    Nigel Karl founded Kids in Cars in 2005 with his PlaceMakers shadow car. Over the years Nigel had been asked to drive all around Auckland events, not only to display the vehicle, but also to talk to kids (young and old) about driver safety and awareness.
    Five years ago, Nigel received a call from a colleague at PlaceMakers that would plant the seed for K.I.C. This phone call asked Nigel to display his shadow car at an upcoming event and opened Nigel up to the world of Camp Quality - the not-for-profit organisation that supports and helps young children living with cancer and their familes.

    When the event arrived, Nigel had managed to arrive with not only his shadow car, but also four more! Nigel spent the day driving kids through the "boondocks" of Henderson and seeing the joy on their faces, decided that he could do much better than this. As it happens, this was the beginning of Kids in Cars and the 2006 event planning took off.

    Today, Kids in Cars is a well oiled engine and an absolute fun family day day out. Held at Pukekohe Park Raceway for the past four years it has grown in leaps and bounds and now has concreted itself into many young children and family's calenders. The annual event is always held in conjunction with the beginning of Camp Qualities week long camp for the children and they spend the day at the Park busying themselves with riding around the track in cars and trucks, eating yummy food and playing on many of the entertainment rides. Racing Ray Williams, Shane van Gisbergen, Angus Fogg and Greg Murphy are just a few celebrities that have been seen supporting the Kids in Cars cause in the past, and there has even been the odd Shortland Street actor attend!

    The K.I.C. cause, although originally set up to raise funds for Camp Quality, has become so successful that Nigel is now taking the next step with Kids in the Community.

  2. Manaia Espresso - http://manaiaespresso.co.nz 

    Established in 2006 and have sinced moved from Auckland to Whangarei. Manaia Espresso is a privately owned artisan coffee roaster committed to providing premium espresso blends and exceptional service to the hospitality industry, businesses and individuals.

    Premium grade Arabica beans sourced from the world’s foremost growing regions are batch roasted daily in the traditional method and packed in aroma valve pouches to ensure freshness and consistency.
    A full range of quality consumables, accessories, equipment and crockery is also available to compliment your business