August 18th, 2019100
Kiwi driver Nick Cassidy has qualified 12th fastest for the Super Formula Series round at the Twin Ting Motegi in Japan this weekend.
Alex Palou captured pole for the second race in a row with a 1:31.442 new course record. Cassidy's Super GT Series team mate Ryo Hirakawa came in P2, and Nirei Fukuzumi in third.
August 15th, 2019247
Track Tec Racing will field three Audi RS3 TCR cars in the inaugural TCR New Zealand Series, commencing in January 2020.
team, based at Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell, are all
brand-new. The first car arrived at the race team last month, with
another two cars on order through the Melbourne Performance Centre.
August 4th, 2019418
Preparations for the forth-coming South Island Formula 1600 Championship are well underway with a seven-round calendar in place. Early expectations are for grids well into the mid-20s with a significant number of competitors already committing to the coming season of racing. With the prospect of more North Island competitors wanting to...
July 30th, 2019706
A high speed crash has ruled Hayden Paddon and John Kennard out of this weekend's World Rally Championship event, Rally Finland.
The pairing were taking part in a pre-event test in their M-Sport Ford Fiesta WRC when they hit a rock while taking a blind corner in sixth gear. It is reported that both Paddon and Kennard were...
July 28th, 2019145
Will Power scored the 57th pole of his NTT IndyCar Series career Saturday, drawing him another step closer to Mario Andretti's record of 67. But what the Team Penske driver wants more than anything is his first win of the season.
Power has won Indy car races in 12 consecutive seasons, second only to five-time series champion...
July 14th, 2019188
Nick Cassidy has finished third at a very wet fourth round of the Super Formula Series at Fuji Speedway in Japan.
Raced in very wet conditions, the winner Alex Palou (pictured), led from pole position. Sho Tsuboi came home in second, fighting a charging Cassidy over the last few laps of the race.
Cassidy had qualified fifth on...
July 14th, 2019182
Hyundai star Will Brown and Honda ace John Martin have shared the spoils during Races 2 and 3 of the carsales TCR Australia Series at The Bend Motorsport Park in South Australia today. Brown extended his series lead with a commanding performance in a crash-marred Race 2, before Martin raced to a classy win in Race 3 – the first...
July 12th, 2019199
Kiwi driver Nick Cassidy will compete in the fourth round of the Super Formula Series this weekend at the Fuji Speedway. He returns to the scene of his 2018 win in the category and is undoubtedly a favorite for a possible two-peat.
Cassidy sits second on the points table, just 11 behind Naoki Yamamoto (27 points). Yamamoto is...
July 1st, 2019170
KeePer TOM’S Racing pairing of Nick Cassidy and Ryo Hirakawa have finished second at the latest Super GT Series round at Chang International Circuit in Thailand. First across the line was the #6 WAKO'S 4CR LC500 LEXUS LC500 of Kazuya Oshima and Kenta Yamashita who won from pole position.
"That was a fun race," commented Cassidy....
June 25th, 2019166
Competing at he fourth of seven rounds, former NZ Formula 1600 Champion Callum Hedge has slipped to third on the Australian Formula Ford Championship points table. The round took place a The Bend Motorsport Park in South Australia over the weekend.
Current championship leader Angelo Mouzouris (Mygale SJ18A) took pole position on...
June 24th, 2019176
Despite a disappointing qualifying for Nick Cassidy, the Kiwi driver has bounced back from 14th on the grid to finish a credible fourth at the latest round of the 2019 Super Formula Series at Sportland Sugo in Japan.
"What a race," exclaimed Cassidy. "From 14 to 4th! We ran a no refueling strategy which made it tough at times but...
June 11th, 2019290
Neck pain that saw Richie Stanaway withdraw from the Winton round of the Australian Supercar Championship a fortnight ago will prevent the Kiwi driver from competing at Darwin this weekend.
Substitute Chris Pither will again step into the #33 Boost Mobile Racing Holden for the BetEasy Darwin Triple Crown.
June 8th, 2019205
Takuma Sato achieved a racing dream by winning the NTT P1 Award in DXC Technology 600 qualifying.
Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing driver circled Texas Motor Speedway at
an average speed of 220.250 mph for two laps Friday evening in the No.
30 ABeam Consulting Honda. The 42-year-old veteran of nearly two decades