Speedworks run the strongest motorsport series in New Zealand, beginning in December and finishing in April to capture our sunny summer season. The series appears in a variety of locations up and down the country, from Auckland to Invercargill, so there is always an event near your holiday destination.
International-level racing in the Toyota Racing Series Photo Credit: Speedworks
A number of series appear at all events, showcasing the up-and-coming driving talent in the Formula Ford and Toyota Racing Series, and pure horsepower in the V8 and GT classes. Close racing is guaranteed in all classes, as the best of motor racing in New Zealand battle it out. Supporting categories include:
- NZ Super Trucks
- Formula 1600
- ENZED Central Muscle Cars
- Ssangyong Actyon Utes
- Motul Honda Cup
- Castrol BMW Series
Fast and furious racing in the BNT V8's Photo Credit: Speedworks
If you need a break from the racing, wandering through the pits will get you closer to the cars and the heroes than you would imagine, or find a shady spot to enjoy the variety of food offered throughout the paddock.
European Flair in the Pirelli Porsches Photo Credit: Speedworks
The 2017 – 2018 Season Line up stands as follows:
1-3 Dec 2017: Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park, Taupo
12-14 Jan 2018: Mike Pero Motorsport Park, Christchurch
19-21 Jan 2018: Teretonga Park, Invercargill
26-28 Jan 2018: Hampton Downs Motorsport Park, Waikato
2-4 Feb 2018: Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park, Taupo
9-11 Feb 2018: NZ Grand Prix Circuit, Manfeild, Feilding
9-11 Mar 2018: Hampton Downs Motorsport Park, Waikato - BUY TICKETS
30 Mar-1 Apr 2018: Pukekohe Park Raceway, Pukekohe – BUY TICKETS
Omega Rental Cars are proud to be associated with SpeedWorks Events and sponsor a number of up and coming racing drivers who compete regularly both in New Zealand and overseas. To get your fill of motor racing action in NZ this summer, pick up your rental car from one of Omega’s 11 branches nationwide and get your tickets from SpeedWorks Events. We’ll see you there!
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