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Tue, 17 Jul 2018 - Sheehan tops thrilling battle at Nelson 

Queenstown’s Mike Sheehan has topped a thrilling battle to take a class win at the latest round of the Mainland Rally Series, Rally Nelson, by the slender margin of just 2.3 seconds.

Sheehan teamed up with experienced co-driver Janey Blair for the event and was looking to replicate the Class B (1301-1600cc) win that came from the previous two starts. Although the event attracted a strong entry in the class, Sheehan was confident of a solid result.

The opening stage lived up to expectations with the top five cars separated by 10 seconds and Sheehan would record the third fastest time across the opening three stages. It was a second fastest time on stage four that would move him into the class lead by less than two seconds.

When rival Nick Marston had an off-road excursion, the battle for the win was between Sheehan in the Truck Moves Ford Fiesta R2 and the similar car of Robbie Stokes. Across the afternoon, the pair shared stage wins and heading into the days final stage, Stokes held a lead of just under three seconds.

Sheehan threw caution to the wind and set a time 5.2 seconds faster on the final stage to take a close fought victory, just 2.3 seconds ahead of Stokes.

“We had an awesome battle all day, it’s just fantastic when there are four or five guys battling hard. In the end we were lucky enough to come out on top, but we were swapping the lead and stage wins all the way, it was a real nail biter,” said Sheehan. “It’s a great way to round out the mid point of the season and a good chance to say a massive thanks to all of our sponsors who make this possible.”

The Sheehans Motorsport team now turn their attention to the closest thing to a home rally, the Catlins Rally, on August 11.

Tue, 10 Jul 2018 - Feilding teen wins NZ Elite Motorsport Academy camp week

Callum Crawley, aged 17 of Feilding, has topped the points-table at the Elite Motorsport Academy’s intensive training camp at Dunedin. Second in a close-fought assessment was Peter Vodanovich, also 17, of Auckland, with 15-year-old Billy Frazer, of Pukekohe, third.

Crawley, Vodanovich and Frazer are part of a group of eight young race drivers participating in this year’s New Zealand Elite Motorsport Academy, which is run by the MotorSport New Zealand Scholarship Trust in conjunction with the Otago Academy of Sport and the Human Performance Centre from the University of Otago’s School of Physical Education.

The class of 2018, which hail from Auckland, Taranaki, Manawatu and Christchurch, marks the 15th group to go through the Elite Motorsport Academy, a year-long programme which commences with the intensive camp week. The Academy’s purpose is to help participants learn a wide array of skills and techniques to aid their mental and physical fitness as a motorsport competitor, as well as the sponsorship and marketing, nutrition and media skills needed to succeed in the sport. Each participant now continues with a tailored, 12-month follow-up package and specialised coaches to help them build on the skills and knowledge learned at the Academy camp.

With his camp-week success, Crawley will now aim to win the Ian Snellgrove trophy, which is presented to the overall winner of the 2018 Elite Motorsport Academy at next year’s MotorSport New Zealand annual awards dinner. First, he will have to continue to do better than his classmates in the post-camp assessments in order to take home the trophy which is awarded in memory of long-time MotorSport New Zealand general manager and Academy programme trustee, the late Ian Snellgrove.

Crawley secured his first-ever national title this past summer, winning the 2017-18 New Zealand Formula First Championship. He says among the many things learned during the mentally and physically challenging week with the Academy’s tutors, how best to prepare before a race meeting is one of the most important. “I think personal preparation is going to be really key for me. Just seeing the massive effect that it can have on your performance on the day and in the races, and how your prep starts with your nutrition – I learnt that what you’re eating up to four days prior can affect you on race day.”

The Manawatu Car Club member and Palmerston North Boys High School student adds: “The other things I really enjoyed during the camp were the race simulators and the heat chamber, and see the impact on your body. It really surprised me to learn how physical it is, like how high your heartrate gets and your core temperature.”

Like his classmates, Crawley agrees the Academy was an extremely positive and productive experience. “Absolutely there will be changes in me going into the new season as a result of the Academy – I’m going to be stronger, faster, fitter and better prepared.”

Wayne Christie, MotorSport NZ President and a trustee of the MotorSport NZ Scholarship Trust, says it’s been another great year for the sport at the Academy camp. “With the Academy now 15 years old, it is wonderful to see the talent we have within our sport. My thanks go out to the Otago Academy of Sport and our own scholarship trustees for the ongoing work they all do over the week and each year.”

Fellow trustee David Turner says it was a very hard-fought week from all eight drivers. “As in previous years, we have seen some great friendships established between participants that will be reflected both on and off the track in the years ahead. The entire group gave all we could ask of them during the week and, as a trust, we are very proud of the efforts they put in. We look forward to seeing the paths they take next season and their future motorsport careers.”

Michael Coutts, from the Otago Academy of Sport, fulfils the role of camp leader and he enjoys meeting a new group of motorsport-focussed athletes. “It’s awesome to see them learn so much outside of the car, and hopefully give them some tools and expertise to then put into action the following season of racing. The Otago Academy of Sport helps athletes from all sorts of sports, including snow sports. Having these guys come down each year is exciting. It’s full-on week for them and also gives us the opportunity to showcase the amazing providers we have in this region and to share their expertise with these young up-and-coming athletes.”

The full class of the 2018 New Zealand Elite Motorsport Academy is:

• Callum Crawley, 17, Feilding

• Billy Frazer, 15, Pukekohe

• Callum Hedge, 14, Milford, Auckland

• Bailey Paterson, 19, Christchurch

• Matthew Podjursky, 18, Inglewood

• Jaden Ransley, 16, Christchurch

• Brock Timperley, 23, Henderson, Auckland

• Peter Vodanovich, 17, Mission Bay, Auckland

New Zealand’s Elite Motorsport Academy first ran in 2004 with race drivers Nelson Hartley, Christina Orr, Chris Pither and Tim Edgell among the selected participants that year. Since then, many academy graduates have forged successful international careers such as Shane van Gisbergen, Brendon Hartley, Hayden Paddon, Earl Bamber and Mitch Evans. Other national motorsport governing bodies have consulted the MotorSport New Zealand Scholarship Trust on the programme’s format and goals to assist the development of their own driver development programmes. Follow the Elite Motorsport Academy on Facebook. ENDS/

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 - Dominant performance from van Klink at South Canterbury

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink has produced a near faultless drive to record a solid class victory and top ten overall result at the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, held over the weekend.

As a new event on the calendar, the Timaru-based rally represented a new challenge on some of the fastest roads in the calendar. Despite the early frosty and icy conditions, van Klink was immediately the fastest of the two-wheel drive cars and disgraced many of his four-wheel drive rivals to 11th fastest stage time.

About the only blot on the copy book for van Klink across the day was a rather public spin at a junction in stage three, but the Buteline Mazda RX-8 was still leading the chasing pack in the Gull Rally Challenge outright as well as the two-wheel drive class when the teams made the first service.

As the day warmed up, the pace continued and by stage seven van Klink and co-driver Dave Neill had worked their way into the top ten outright amongst one of the most competitive fields seen at an NZRC event in recent years.

With a top ten result looking secure, van Klink let his hair down on the final stage around Levels Raceway near Timaru, putting on a display that entertained the crowd. For van Klink, it was the perfect way to finish off one of his strongest days behind the wheel of the triple-rotor powered RX-8.

“I’m pretty chuffed really, it couldn’t have really gone any better all day and to not only win the two-wheel drive class, but the overall Gull Challenge is pretty awesome,” said van Klink, who was awarded a drum of Gull fuel for his result. “It was a new event and we really, really enjoyed it, the fast roads were awesome!”

The Klink Rallysport team now assess their options as to their next event.

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 - Hawkeswood returns with podium finish

Defending New Zealand Rally Champion Andrew Hawkeswood has led Force Motorsport’s return to the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship at the Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury with a second-place finish after more than six months away from rallying.

Hawkeswood was part of a three car line-up for Force Motorsport, driving his championship winning Mazda 2 AP4+, while Australian Brendan Reeves returned in the Mazda 2 AP4 that he took to victory at last year’s Coromandel round of the championship. Also in the team was Jack Hawkeswood driving a two-wheel drive non-turbo version of the AP4 Mazda 2.

With the temperature nudging minus five degrees, icy conditions greeted teams. Reeves would survive the opening stage seventh fastest, while Hawkeswood suffered from a fogging windscreen and dropped 40 seconds.

The fightback began immediately from both cars and by the time teams headed to the first service Reeves led the team charge in fourth, with Hawkeswood not far behind in sixth.

Stage four saw Reeves drop time with a sensor problem causing the car to go into limp mode, dropping him to sixth while Hawkeswood moved up to fourth. However Reeves would not give up and a storming run in stage seven saw him power to second place, less than five seconds ahead of Hawkeswood in fourth. That gap would shrink and heading to the final stage, Reeves and Hawkeswood were separated by just nine tenths of a second, with only a run around Timaru’s Levels Raceway.

Showing just how cruel the sport can be, Reeves’ sensor problem returned and he was wiped off the podium and down to eighth place, while clean run left Hawkeswood with an impressive second place on his return to the championship.

Meanwhile son Jack suffered an axle failure in the opening stage. The team were able to repair the car and the 17-year old rejoined for the final five stages of the rally, setting several top three stage times in his class.

“I would’ve been quite happy to finish third behind Brendo, so that was a bit of a bummer, but other than that it was a pretty good day. We perhaps could’ve been a little quicker, but plenty of people have benefited from my misfortune over the years, so I’ll certainly take it,” said Hawkeswood. “It was also great to see Jack set some strong times and drive with his head in the afternoon, it’s just a shame he had a problem early.”

The team now turn their attention to the Goldrush Rally Coromandel on August 18.

Fri, 29 Jun 2018 - Thomson takes another maximum points haul

Christchurch’s Dylan Thomson has come away from the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Stadium Finance South Canterbury Rally, having solidified his lead in both the NZRC Two-wheel drive and Motorsport NZ Two-wheel drive classes with another maximum points haul.

Thomson headed to the event for the first time as it returned to the national championship for the first time since 1984. While excited to compete on a new event, Thomson knew he would be at a disadvantage against some of his two-wheel drive rivals with more powerful cars.

Also adding to the challenge of the event for Thomson and co-driver Amy Hudson were icy conditions early in the morning with the temperature as low as five degrees below zero. A cautious run through the opening stages meant the pair would only win one of the opening three stages, but still held a 13 second lead heading to the first service of the day.

As the day warmed up, so did Thomson and after the next loop of three stages, the 23-year old was able to extend that lead to almost two minutes. By the end of the rally, that gap was getting close to three minutes, but Thomson was quick to admit it was not a vintage performance.

“It was awesome to go to a new event and the afternoon was really good, the roads weren’t quite as fast and the ice had disappeared, which gave me a lot more confidence to push on,” says Thomson. “While we got the result we were looking for, I certainly feel we could have gone a lot quicker, but that gives us something to work on for next year in the new car.”

The Dylan Thomson Rallysport team now take the opportunity to work on the car before the next round of the NZRC, Goldrush Rally of Coromandel, on August 18.

Dylan Thomson Rallysport’s campaign is supported by Total Lubricants, Riordan and West Transport Pukekohe, Drew + Accounting, Harrier Signs, Rustorations, Specialised Auto Services, Mark Rose Construction, LJ Hooker, Fowler Homes South Auckland and New Zealand, Northwood Beaurepaires, Ford Ultimate Motor Group, Jivan Produce, Dunlop, Hunt Diesel, Ferodo Racing Pads and GHL Tempfence.

Sun, 24 Jun 2018 - Highs and lows for Marston and Murphy in South Canterbury

Josh Marston and Greg Murphy were both hoping for more from their first-ever run at the Rally of South Canterbury. Marston managed to bring his Holden Barina AP4+ home in sixth place, but Murphy’s car was side-lined by a fuel pump failure for the second time in three events.

Conditions were icy and tricky for the Penny Homes Holden Rally Team drivers and fellow competitors as they tackled the fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, a one-day rally on roads to the northwest and southwest of Timaru.

“A bit of an up and down day,” said Marston, of Christchurch, who moved into second place in the NZRC drivers’ standings behind rally winner Hayden Paddon. “We blew a boost hose earlier in the day and the car’s got a small misfire which we were unable to fix during the day. But apart from that, Andrew [Graves, his co-driver] and I went pretty well with some good stage times to end up sixth overall.”

Marston says he’s never seen anything like the icy conditions on the early stages. “It was so slippery. You were literally skating on it, and once it thawed out in the afternoon, the stages were great. The MRF tyres didn’t wear at all, it was so cold – the MRF softs were great.”

Havelock North’s Murphy agrees that it was hard to read the road.

“The shaded sections were particularly icy,” said Murphy who, with Timaru’s Mark Leonard alongside, started the day with a very handy fourth quickest time in the first stage. “There wouldn’t have been a competitor among us who didn’t have a moment or two. The stages were generally really enjoyable with some very long, high speed straights.”

As the fortunes of other top ten runners continually changed, Murphy and Leonard kept setting consistent top seven or eight times to hold fifth place overall after stage five. “At the first service after SS3, our guys picked up from the data that the fuel pump had an issue and it failed near the start of stage seven. It’s disappointing and frustrating, because until then the car had clearly been good and fast. The MRF soft tyres did their job perfectly, the setup suits the way I’m driving and it was a fantastic opportunity to drive these roads. We just wanted a finish. Our guys will need to delve deeper into what’s happening with the fuel and we’ll be back, well-sorted, for Rally Coromandel in August.”

The Penny Homes Holden Rally Team appreciates the support of Penny Homes, Holden New Zealand, MRF Tyres, RDL Performance, Fairview Windows and Doors, Provident Insurance, Aqualine, Rubber Developments, Racetech, Makita, Castrol, FXD Workwear, New Balance, Alpinestars, Futura Trailers, Chemz and SignBiz. Follow the Penny Homes Holden Rally Team on Facebook Follow the NZRC results and news via ENDS

Sun, 24 Jun 2018 - Gilmour fourth in Rally South Canterbury

Emma Gilmour has finished a credible fourth in today’s Stadium Finance Rally South Canterbury, among what was arguably the strongest-ever field for a non-international New Zealand rally.

Driving the Vantage Windows and Doors Suzuki Swift AP4, she and co-driver Anthony McLoughlin were only 5.17secs behind third-placed Darren Galbraith and Rocky Hudson.

The 2017 national rally champion Andrew Hawkeswood was second to World Rally Championship driver Hayden Paddon in this fourth round of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship (NZRC). Dunedin-based Emma has now moved up to fifth overall in the NZRC with two rounds to go.

It was a long and testing day on the roads to the north-west and south-west of Timaru for the 96 teams contesting the 11 different special stages across 195km of competition.

Emma says the conditions were icy, slippery and tricky at the start.

“I had a pretty good spin in the second stage, which cost us a bit of time. We always knew we would struggle in the long straights and high speed stages in comparison to the cars running bigger engines,” she says.

After entering the first service in 12th place, Emma was determined to find her rhythm and blasted through the next set of stages. She clocked two, third-fastest times and a second-fastest stage result - her best times for the event.

“I was a bit frustrated we had a slow start, which made for a hard afternoon playing catch-up. This is my second fourth place for this season and I was keen to make it onto the podium today. The positives to take away however, are that we had good speed, the Suzuki ran well and the team did a great job,” Emma says.

The stages were new to Emma as this event was serving as a round of the NZRC for just the third time and for the first time since 1984.

“The roads were amazing. It was really cool to rally some different stages and have some new challenges. We only had one recce pass over the roads and there were some super-fast sections, which made trust in my notes vital. As per usual Anthony delivered them faultlessly,” Emma says.

The NZRC takes nearly a two-month break now before the penultimate round in the Coromandel on August 18.

Sat, 23 Jun 2018 - Paddon makes the most of return to South Canterbury

New Zealand rallying’s star pairing Hayden Paddon and co-driver John Kennard have made the most of their return to the high speed gravel roads of South Canterbury, winning the 23 June one-day rally by a margin of 4 minutes and 51 seconds over Andrew Hawkeswood.

The South Canterbury event had special meaning for Paddon who, as a teen, developed his skills behind the wheel at club events using these roads around the provincial city of Timaru.

Paddon commented: “I enjoyed the day thoroughly. This morning was obviously a bit sketchy with a lot of ice on the stages which made it very difficult. We’ve never seen icy, frosty conditions like this on a rally in New Zealand before. Running first on the road, we were the ones exploring where the grip was or wasn’t, so that was tricky.

“Also, some of the morning stages had very long straights, and the AP4+ cars just don’t have that top speed, so we were mindful of looking after the engine of the Hyundai i20 AP4+. This afternoon, when it was a bit more flowing, it was really nice. The car was feeling good and we enjoyed ourselves. John and the whole Paddon Rallysport team did a great job.”

Paddon and Kennard won all but one of the 11 stages with former New Zealand rally champion Ben Hunt the only one to beat Paddon on his home turf.

“Ben and Matt Summerfield did a fantastic job today and it was a pity that neither of them got a result to back that up.

“This weekend was about getting a result for the team and the championship, so it’s been good. The rally was really well supported with lots of people out on the stages and in the service park in Fairlie, so it was great to get a result for all the locals who’ve supported me over the years.”

The battle for second place was close-fought with Australian Brendon Reeves – who is part of Paddon’s gravel crew for WRC events – tussling with defending NZRC titleholder Andrew Hawkeswood for much of the day before mechanical issues on the eleventh and final stage dropped Reeves down to eighth overall.

The Rally of South Canterbury was round four of the 2018 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the first time this event has been part of the national series since 1984.

Despite not contesting the third round in Canterbury earlier this month due to his preparation for WRC Rally Italia Sardegna, Paddon continues to lead the NZRC drivers’ championship and now has 118 points to second-placed Josh Marston with 85 points.

Paddon RallySport appreciates the support of their exclusive partners, Hyundai New Zealand, Pak’nSave, Winmax Brake Pads and Z Energy. Follow Paddon RallySport on Facebook,, or via

Follow the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship via Facebook or Full results and points are available on ENDS/

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2FranceSébastien Ogier122
3EstoniaOtt Tänak79
4FinlandEsapekka Lappi70
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6NorwayAndreas Mikkelsen56
7United KingdomElfyn Evans46
8United KingdomKris Meeke43
9FinlandJari-Matti Latvala37
10IrelandCraig Breen34
11NorwayMads Ostberg26
12New ZealandHayden Paddon22
13FranceSébastien Loeb15
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2Shane Van Gisbergen1902
3David Reynolds1646
4Jamie Whincup1630
5Craig Lowndes1602
6Fabian Coulthard1430
7Scott Pye1384
8Rick Kelly1372
9Chaz Mostert1286
10James Courtney1236
11Tim Slade1232
12Nick Percat1222
13Mark Winterbottom1172
14Garth Tander1158
15Will Davison1000
16Michael Caruso988
17Cameron Waters973
18Anton de Pasquale879
19Lee Holdsworth693
20Simona De Silvesta651
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2New ZealandJosh Marston85
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4New ZealandNathan Quinn71
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10New ZealandJack Williamson45
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13New ZealandRegan Ross32
14New ZealandDave Strong25
15New ZealandGraham Featherstone24
16New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood23
17New ZealandAmy Keighley22
17New ZealandGreg Murphy22
19New ZealandDarren Galbraith20
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2New ZealandMatt Summerfield88
3New ZealandRichard Bateman77
4New ZealandDeane Buist67
5New ZealandJohn Silcock65
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7New ZealandJeff Judd59
8New ZealandDarren Galbraith58
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14New ZealandMike Sheehan40
14New ZealandRegan Ross40
17New ZealandEric Clark37
18New ZealandStewart Thorp33
19New ZealandDylan Cameron31
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7New ZealandPaul Fraser14
8New ZealandMatt Adams13
9New ZealandAmy Keighley12
10New ZealandDaniel Alexander11
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5New ZealandMike Tubbs100
6New ZealandClark Proctor98
7New ZealandIvan Knauf94
7New ZealandCarl Kirk-Burnnand94
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10New ZealandNic De Waal90
12New ZealandRichard Gillies86
12New ZealandEddie Grooten86
12New ZealandHayden McKenzie86
15New ZealandDavid Rogers84
15New ZealandAndrew Oakley84
17New ZealandSimon Clark82
18New ZealandJoe Kouwenhoven81
19New ZealandIain Atkinson80
20New ZealandJeremy Friar79