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Fri Feb 15th, 2019

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Fri Feb 15th, 2019

NEW TIMING BOARDS FOR AUCKLAND INVASION MEETING

Like any new venue, developing and improving the infrastructure to make it a better place to race, takes some time. Everything has to be paid for, and as we all know, nothing comes cheap these days!
The Motorplex have plenty of things on the to-do list, and one of those things which has been at the top of the list for some time now is timing boards. Timing boards are large illuminated sign-boards, that help by displaying the elapsed time (ET) and speed of the car is each lane, making it easy for spectators and crews to see who has won the race, and what their performance was like.
The new timing boards - from the USA, have now been installed - temporarily at this stage, just in time for the Auckland Invasion meeting this weekend. They're attached to shipping containers, but only until the permanent supports are completed.

We're looking forward to seeing the new timing boards in operation for this meeting!

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019.
Check out our event page here - www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!
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NEW TIMING BOARDS FOR AUCKLAND INVASION MEETING

Like any new venue, developing and improving the infrastructure to make it a better place to race, takes some time. Everything has to be paid for, and as we all know, nothing comes cheap these days! 
The Motorplex have plenty of things on the to-do list, and one of those things which has been at the top of the list for some time now is timing boards. Timing boards are large illuminated sign-boards, that help by displaying the elapsed time (ET) and speed of the car is each lane, making it easy for spectators and crews to see who has won the race, and what their performance was like. 
The new timing boards - from the USA, have now been installed - temporarily at this stage, just in time for the Auckland Invasion meeting this weekend. Theyre attached to shipping containers, but only until the permanent supports are completed. 

Were looking forward to seeing the new timing boards in operation for this meeting!

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019. 
Check out our event page here - https://www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!

 

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Laurel

Jason Saunders

Great work! Jasmin Katy Mackenzie

Josh - this will make you happy :)

They're looking awesome

Nice one MMP! 😊

Lol Now the tow cars are going to be slower to get to the end...

Yeha

They're good but I liked the view of the hills...... living in Melbourne, that's a beautiful background!

Nice one!

Getting flash now !!

Well done MMP looking forward to tomorrow.

Omg so sad im gona be missing this!!

Even a blind man should see that , I hope

Wicked they're up finally pushed through on all the permit bull shit . Could be useful as a guide for back up runway. Councils these days I don't know

Eftpos at the gate or bring cash??

who will be the first to put a 5.99 from a door slammer on those new lights

The rain has passed the clouds are clearing

Awesome 😃😃😃😃😃

Gotta get over that way for a meeting sometime soon

Amped as

Awesum 👍👍

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Fri Feb 15th, 2019

AUCKLAND INVASION ENTRANT PREVIEW - NICK REIRI

Name: Nick Reiri

Home town: Sydney

Class: Super Sedan

Originally from Masterton, Nick, who's been residing in Australia since 2009, has made Sydney his home. Nick's dad, Danny, has been one of the main-stays at Masterton Motorplex for 20 years and, and has also put this car together, meaning that Nick can fly over for Masterton meetings when possible. Sounds like a sweet deal to us!

While this is only the third meeting out and the first season in this car for Nick, they've already managed to run some impressive numbers with a best of 8.23 @163mph so far, and Nick is confident they'll see improvements and a new PB this meeting.

The car is pro import full tube chassis, with a Mitsubishi Evolution VIII body.

It runs a Lawton Rotorsport Mazda 13b, Billet front and rear plate, Precision fat crank, S4 rotors, SCR 2mm methonal apex seals, Semi Peripheral port, Garrett GT55 91mm turbo, Projay typhoon intake manifold, 12x 2200cc injectors, Motec ECU, twin Turbosmart BOVs, Turbosmart 60mm Wastegate.

Getting the power down is a McLeod twin plate clutch with bleed off valve, backed by an air shifted Lenco CS3 5 speed, and a Strange 9inch alloy head with 40 spline axels. 32x14x15 M/T tyres keep the rear end planted to the track.

The race number, 1308 is the engines cubic capacity in 'Cc's; equivalent to just under 80cubic inches.

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019.
Check out our event page here - www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!
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AUCKLAND INVASION ENTRANT PREVIEW - NICK REIRI

Name: Nick Reiri

Home town: Sydney

Class: Super Sedan

Originally from Masterton, Nick, whos been residing in Australia since 2009, has made Sydney his home. Nicks dad, Danny, has been one of the main-stays at Masterton Motorplex for 20 years and, and has also put this car together, meaning that Nick can fly over for Masterton meetings when possible. Sounds like a sweet deal to us!

While this is only the third meeting out and the first season in this car for Nick, theyve already managed to run some impressive numbers with a best of 8.23 @163mph so far, and Nick is confident theyll see improvements and a new PB this meeting. 

The car is pro import full tube chassis, with a Mitsubishi Evolution VIII body. 

It runs a Lawton Rotorsport Mazda 13b, Billet front and rear plate, Precision fat crank, S4 rotors, SCR 2mm methonal apex seals, Semi Peripheral port, Garrett GT55 91mm turbo, Projay typhoon intake manifold, 12x 2200cc injectors, Motec ECU, twin Turbosmart BOVs, Turbosmart 60mm Wastegate. 

Getting the power down is a McLeod twin plate clutch with bleed off valve, backed by an air shifted Lenco CS3 5 speed, and a Strange 9inch alloy head with 40 spline axels. 32x14x15 M/T tyres keep the rear end planted to the track.

The race number, 1308 is the engines cubic capacity in Ccs; equivalent to just under 80cubic inches.

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019.
Check out our event page here - https://www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!

 

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Benson Thiphakone

Brandon Whitaker

Racing Pro Import / Super Stock this meeting 👊🏼

Cool chicken cooker that one. Would be nice to see a few more, like CBR, the green brothers etc at MMP. The noise isn’t everyone’s things but you can’t deny they make power and go fast.

Neill

Nikk Evo goals?

Awesome car

Anton Shaw Regan Briggs

A well prepared car

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Fri Feb 15th, 2019

What have you got planned?

*Saturday and Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

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What have you got planned?

*Saturday and Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!

 

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I plan to be at D1NZ 😂

I plan to be there See ya Sunday

Thu Feb 14th, 2019

WHO LOVES THE SOUND OF AN INSANE ROTARY?

We do! And we've heard a little rumour that the Curran's are heading this way with the Castrol Edge Mazda RX2! We can't wait to see this absolute WEAPON of an RX2 back on Masterton soil!

Curran Brothers Racing have raced this car since 2010, and although it's had a number of different combinations, it's currently running a two-rotor single turbo 13b, with a 5 speed Liberty box. The team are working towards a 6 second pass with this combination; will it happen this weekend?

In the past the team have run a 6 with a triple turbo 20b 3 rotor with 5sp lenco trans, and they've also run a 6 @ 210mph with 4 rotor single turbo and 4 turbos with 2 speed glide.

Best overall ET to date is 6.89 203mph!

At the team's last run at Masterton back in 2014 when the new track first opened and they they managed a best of 7.0

Being the New Zealand dealer for Fueltech there's no surprise that this car runs the awesome Fueltech FT600 ecu.

See at the track!Footage of our runs at the Import Insanity Meeting at Masterton Motorplex.
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This gets my motor running 😉

Ross McCarthy Craig Williams think you might like the sound of this

Shady Pastrana Clifton Mckenna

Aidan Crook 🧐

Steve Armstrong

Jimbob Bobobaleena

Calvin Nicoll

Luke Cook

Dontae Perawiti

No thanks

Ryan Doornbos you’ll loose your mind

I do! So does my mate John Faulkner. He's mad for rotaies! Can't wait to see this.

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Thu Feb 14th, 2019

THIS WEEKEND!

Don't miss the action!
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Thanks to Dragclicks Cloady for helping us put this together!

bring it on I'll be there Yyeyeyeeeeyuusss

What’s the prices to get in?

Kylee Jope

Ashley Lewis

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Thu Feb 14th, 2019

NEW ZEALANDS QUICKEST STREETERS
We've got some pretty exiting cars lined up for this weekend; including a number of impressive 5, 6 and seven second cars from a range of classes. But as well as the full-on quarter-mile monsters we all love to see, there's another breed of racer that are equally as dedicated, that are eagerly lining up for some Masterton Motorplex action. These are the guys and gals that are pushing the absolute boundaries of being street legal - right down to the all-important LVV cert-plate, and WoF and rego labels on the screen. If you think it might be an ideal opportunity to nip off and grab a hot-dog when these 'street cars' come out into the staging lanes, you'd be mistaken. be assured; these cars are seriously fast, and their pilots have to work damn hard to get the power down to the track, and to keep them pointing in the right direction. That makes for some pretty exciting racing, and these guys are all dead-serious about climbing their way to number one spot, so they'll be anything but boring to watch!

#1
Reece Fish - 1956 Chevrolet Belair
540 cube Big Block Chev, twin turbocharged
Personal best - 7.40 seconds @ 194.50mph
#2
Brendon Shearing - 1971 Holden Monaro HQ
509 cubic inch Big Block Chev, twin turbocharged
Personal best - 7.95 seconds @ 173mph
#3
Aaron Jenkins - 1977 Holden Torana
540 cubic inch Big Block Chev, twin turbocharged
Personal best - 8.28 seconds @ 166.15mph
#10
Daniel Southall - 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
406 cubic inch Small Block Chev, Procharger supercharged
Personal best - 8.83 seconds @ 161.34mph
#21
Ross Whelan – 1934 Ford Y
427ci Small Block Chev, naturaly aspirated
Personal best – 9.59 seconds @ 139.55mph

There's every chance we'll have others from the list racing on the day - and there are also several other Masterton Motorplex regulars who'll be keen to retain their spots on the list - we hope to see you at the track!

Check out the Auckland Invasion event page here - www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

Thanks to The Motorhood for additional info.
For full details of NZ's Quickest Streeters check out the Motorhood website here - www.themotorhood.com/themotorhood/2015/5/1/new-zealands-quickest-streeters
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NEW ZEALANDS QUICKEST STREETERS
Weve got some pretty exiting cars lined up for this weekend; including a number of impressive 5, 6 and seven second cars from a range of classes. But as well as the full-on quarter-mile monsters we all love to see, theres another breed of racer that are equally as dedicated, that are eagerly lining up for some Masterton Motorplex action. These are the guys and gals that are pushing the absolute boundaries of being street legal - right down to the all-important LVV cert-plate, and WoF and rego labels on the screen. If you think it might be an ideal opportunity to nip off and grab a hot-dog when these street cars come out into the staging lanes, youd be mistaken. be assured; these cars are seriously fast, and their pilots have to work damn hard to get the power down to the track, and to keep them pointing in the right direction. That makes for some pretty exciting racing, and these guys are all dead-serious about climbing their way to number one spot, so theyll be anything but boring to watch!

#1
Reece Fish - 1956 Chevrolet Belair
540 cube Big Block Chev, twin turbocharged 
Personal best - 7.40 seconds @ 194.50mph
#2
Brendon Shearing - 1971 Holden Monaro HQ
509 cubic inch Big Block Chev, twin turbocharged
Personal best - 7.95 seconds @ 173mph
#3
Aaron Jenkins - 1977 Holden Torana
540 cubic inch Big Block Chev, twin turbocharged
Personal best - 8.28 seconds @ 166.15mph
#10
Daniel Southall - 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
406 cubic inch Small Block Chev, Procharger supercharged
Personal best - 8.83 seconds @ 161.34mph
#21
Ross Whelan – 1934 Ford Y 
427ci Small Block Chev, naturaly aspirated
Personal best – 9.59 seconds @ 139.55mph

Theres every chance well have others from the list racing on the day - and there are also several other Masterton Motorplex regulars wholl be keen to retain their spots on the list - we hope to see you at the track!

Check out the Auckland Invasion event page here - https://www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

Thanks to The Motorhood for additional info.
For full details of NZs Quickest Streeters check out the Motorhood website here - http://www.themotorhood.com/themotorhood/2015/5/1/new-zealands-quickest-streeters

 

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Samantha Donoghue should we go? Might rumble that bby out 😂

What is the price to attend

Nicola HodsonSebastian Davis wanna go? It’s this saturday

Hannah Wickenden or this instead ?

Looking forward to it!

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Wed Feb 13th, 2019

Just days out from the Auckland Invasion and teams are making final preparations - we can’t wait! #KIWITHUNDERAll together ready for the weekend! Bring on kiwi thunder Masterton Motorplex International Dragstrip ... See MoreSee Less

Just days out from the Auckland Invasion and teams are making final preparations - we can’t wait! #KIWITHUNDER

 

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Kyriacos Loizou Charlie Loizou excited wooooo!

Kev Guy

Awesome work lads! See you there!

Michael Lynch "fully sick"!

Dale Rodley

Billy Lumberjack O'Neil

Simon Patete Hollie Patete

Beastly..

Very cool. I gt tingles when i saw it. See you at the weekend.

Looks awesome

WOW Love to see this baby in action!!!

Sexy sexy Go well team.

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Mon Feb 11th, 2019

OUTLAW 71 - SET TO THRILL

As well as the Kiwi Thunder Group One National Series which promises to bring out one of the biggest fields of Group One cars seen at Masterton Motorplex in many years, the other star attraction for this weekend is the much talked about OUTLAW 71 class. These guys are all about putting on a show for the crowd, and with all of the competitors in the field sporting LARGE superchargers and guzzling gallons of Methanol, they really are a spectacle that shouldn't be missed. Being the Fifth round of the competition there have been a few unfortunate scratchings; Wellington's very own Rana Davis is out for the rest of our series after his accident in Christchurch, but the good news is that he's already neck-deep into the job of getting it fixed. Cam Paterson has also advised out, after discovering cracks in the chassis following the hard slog in the South Island. This one is really unfortunate as Cam had been runner up in both meetings, and it's really hauling with the new motor combo. JD Shepherd has also damaged the Hemi in the awesome Back Draft FED; he is really pushing hard to be there, and we hope he makes it! But it's not all doom and gloom - there are still TWELVE TEAMS battling for the points, and with the series winner to be decided at MMP for this final round you can be sure that competition will be fierce. We're looking forward to having Pete Schimanski, Gerald Smith, Mark Gapp, Craig Griffiths, Steve Milliken, Grant Briffault, Neil Morgan, Graham Christen, Dean Blackburn, Murray Hartley, Brent Whittingham, and with a little luck, Kendal Smith along to entertain us!

POINTS ACCUMULATION:
Here's how it works for OUTLAW 71 Points:

Attending the meeting = 1 point.
1st qualifier = 3 points, 2nd qualifier = 2 points, 3rd qualifier = 1 point.
Each round raced = 1 point.
Extra 2 points for a race win even if its in the racer return.
Meeting winner = 24 points.
2nd place = 22 points.
3rd place = 20 points and it counts back to 2 points.
Check out the latest points standings in the pictures!

If you haven't been and checked out Masterton's best-kept quarter-mile racing secret, it's time to get along to the track and check it out!

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019. Featuring OUTLAW 71!
Check out our event page here - www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!
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OUTLAW 71 - SET TO THRILL

As well as the Kiwi Thunder Group One National Series which promises to bring out one of the biggest fields of Group One cars seen at Masterton Motorplex in many years, the other star attraction for this weekend is the much talked about OUTLAW 71 class. These guys are all about putting on a show for the crowd, and with all of the competitors in the field sporting LARGE superchargers and guzzling gallons of Methanol, they really are a spectacle that shouldnt be missed. Being the Fifth round of the competition there have been a few unfortunate scratchings; Wellingtons very own Rana Davis is out for the rest of our series after his accident in Christchurch, but the good news is that hes already neck-deep into the job of getting it fixed. Cam Paterson has also advised out, after discovering cracks in the chassis following the hard slog in the South Island. This one is really unfortunate as Cam had been runner up in both meetings, and its really hauling with the new motor combo. JD Shepherd has also damaged the Hemi in the awesome Back Draft FED; he is really pushing hard to be there, and we hope he makes it! But its not all doom and gloom - there are still TWELVE TEAMS battling for the points, and with the series winner to be decided at MMP for this final round you can be sure that competition will be fierce. Were looking forward to having Pete  Schimanski, Gerald Smith, Mark Gapp, Craig Griffiths, Steve Milliken, Grant Briffault, Neil Morgan, Graham Christen, Dean Blackburn, Murray Hartley, Brent Whittingham, and with a little luck, Kendal Smith along to entertain us!

POINTS ACCUMULATION:
Heres how it works for OUTLAW 71 Points:

Attending the meeting = 1 point.
1st qualifier = 3 points, 2nd qualifier = 2 points, 3rd qualifier = 1 point.
Each round raced = 1 point.
Extra 2 points for a race win even if its in the racer return.
Meeting winner = 24 points.
2nd place = 22 points.
3rd place = 20 points and it counts back to 2 points.
Check out the latest points standings in the pictures!

If you havent been and checked out Mastertons best-kept quarter-mile racing secret, its time to get along to the track and check it out!

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019. Featuring OUTLAW 71!
Check out our event page here - https://www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!

 

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Stephen Virtue

Alan Gare Tom Gare

Sat Feb 9th, 2019

AUCKLAND INVASION ENTRANT PREVIEW - JEREMY HEWSON

Name: Jeremy Hewson

Home town: Putaruru

Class: Super Sedan

We should kick this preview off by letting you know that this car is the quickest pump gas (98) rotary in the world, with an ET (elapsed time) of 8.69 seconds @ 155mph!

Jeremy started drag racing in the mid 2000's racing a few different street cars at the Tokoroa drags. Jeremy explains: I inevitably catching the speed bug, and just had to build a full competition car. From following the Puerto Rican drag racing scene, and seeing the crazy things they were doing with the little starlets, the starlet seemed to be a pretty good base for a drag car".

Jeremy's car was fully built at home in his shed, except for the 700hp green brothers built 13b Mazda rotary engine, and the Brinsden automatics prepped Powerglide transmission. It has a full tube chassis, but retains a full steel body, other than the aluminium door skins. Jeremy adds: "It was originally built to show the world that a small displacement turbo car could be consistent and competitive in the world of big consistent v8s in the Super Sedan class, it was awesome to be able to develop it and chase down the world rotary pump gas record, as well as keeping it consistent".
Jeremy won the super sedan title for the Meremere competition series in 2015 and many meetings including the 2017 IHRA Nationals, and currently leads the points in the Meremere competion series this season, proving that it is possible!

Jeremy hasn't had much luck at Masterton up until now, and he's hopeful that this year he can turn that around!

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019.
Check out our event page here - www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!
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AUCKLAND INVASION ENTRANT PREVIEW - JEREMY HEWSON

Name: Jeremy Hewson

Home town: Putaruru

Class: Super Sedan

We should kick this preview off by letting you know that this car is the quickest pump gas (98) rotary in the world, with an ET (elapsed time) of 8.69 seconds @ 155mph!

Jeremy started drag racing in the mid 2000s racing a few different street cars at the Tokoroa drags. Jeremy explains: I inevitably catching the speed bug, and just had to build a full competition car. From following the Puerto Rican drag racing scene, and seeing the crazy things they were doing with the little starlets, the starlet seemed to be a pretty good base for a drag car. 

Jeremys car was fully built at home in his shed, except for the 700hp green brothers built 13b Mazda rotary engine, and the Brinsden automatics prepped Powerglide transmission. It has a full tube chassis, but retains a full steel body, other than the aluminium door skins. Jeremy adds: It was originally built to show the world that a small displacement turbo car could be consistent and competitive in the world of big consistent v8s in the Super Sedan class, it was awesome to be able to develop it and chase down the world rotary pump gas record, as well as keeping it consistent.
Jeremy won the super sedan title for the Meremere competition series in 2015 and many meetings including the 2017 IHRA Nationals, and currently leads the points in the Meremere competion series this season, proving that it is possible!

Jeremy hasnt had much luck at Masterton up until now, and hes hopeful that this year he can turn that around!

The AUCKLAND INVASION is a full competition meeting, open to all classes, on both days - 16th & 17th February 2019. 
Check out our event page here - https://www.facebook.com/events/2138276136242968/

*Saturday – Full competition meeting
*Sunday – Full competition meeting
*Gate entry: $20 per person per day, under 14’s free
*Gates open: 9am Saturday, 8am Sunday
*Racing starts: 10am Saturday, 9am Sunday
*Weather & schedule updates on the day: Check our Facebook page

See you at the track!

 

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That’s awesome Jeremy! 👍👍👍👍

always gets me how much power from small cube motor c u there good luck

I love watching this car

Raymon 😍😍

Cool little car & great people, catch up Jeremy

Dylan DeBoo

Can’t wait to see this car

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