Fri, 1 Nov 2019 - Inkster/Winn shrug off 'toughest day' tag to further extend Targa NZ lead

Shrugging off the traditional ‘toughest day’ tag, defending Targa NZ title-holder Glenn Inkster and co-driver Spencer Winn (Mitsubishi Evo 8) made light work of the seven timed stages on the third leg of this year’s 25th Anniversary event between New Plymouth and Whanganui today.

Though the Auckland pair did concede a second stage win to a rival – in this case the 15.35km Douglas stage east of Mt Taranaki early in the afternoon to Leigh Hopper and co-driver Michael Goudie (Subaru Impreza WRX) - by day’s end in Whanganui this evening they had actually increased their already handsome lead in the five-day/1932 km tarmac motor rally marathon from Taupo to Palmerston North.

Heading into the first stage this morning the pair – who this year are gunning for a record-setting sixth consecutive win – held a 3.34.5 advantage over Hopper and Goudie with this year’s Targa Hawke’ Bay event winner Haydn Mackenzie and his co-driver Matthew Sayers (Mitsubishi Evo 10) looming just 18-and-half seconds back in third.

Despite taking the win in the Douglas stage off the leading pair, Hopper and Goudie were struggling with an engine overheating issue. And when the Subaru finally succumbed (on the second to last stage east of Waverley this afternoon) second place was Mackenzie’s for the taking.

Such has been the pace of the leading trio that Hopper and Goudie remain third in the overall event standings. But after taking maximum stage times in that stage, and in the final one this afternoon – Bushy Park – near Kai Iwi, they will have to sort the Subaru’s cooling issues out overnight to stand any chance of retaining the position on tomorrow’s six-stage run through to the next overnight stop in Palmerston North.

Mackenzie and Sayers meanwhile will be trying to work out to how to close what is now a four-and-a-half-minute margin between themselves and runaway event leader Inkster.

Behind the fascinating battle for a place on the podium, today’s stages were all about who could stay on the road in a bulletproof car.

Despite drive line dramas (a centre diff issue for one, and a flywheel problem for the other) on Wednesday both Nic de Waal and co-driver Shane Reynolds (Subaru Impreza WRX) and Marcus van Klink and his codriver Matt Richards (Mazda RX8 20B) were not only back on the road today, both retained their places in the top ten overall classification.

Jason Gill and co-driver Mark Robinson also had a productive day in Gill’s purpose-built VW Polo R, easing up the leader board to make it into the top six

With early event pace-setters Eddie Bell and co-driver Blair Forbes (M3) crashing out of this year’s event on Wednesday, and fellow front-runner Mike Tubbs and co-driver Brooke Walden (M2) following suit early today the first BMW to arrive in Whanganui this evening was the remarkably standard-looking ‘330ti’ Compact of Jeremy Friar and co-driver Katrina Renshaw.

Friar had the remarkably effective six-cylinder re-powered Compact as high as seventh overall in one of the stages today and heads to Palmerston North tomorrow in ninth place, just a minute behind the Mazda RX8 of gravel rally champion Marcus van Klink.

There will be no repeat of previous years’ Classic 2WD class wins his year for E30 BMW M3 stalwart Mark and his co-driving father Chris Kirk-Burnnand however, the Wellington pair completing their day with their car on a trailer after breaking a suspension strut this morning.

Auckland-based cousin – and event veteran – Barry Kirk-Burnnand and his co-driver Dave O’Carroll definitely did their bit in Barry’s E30 M3 to uphold the reputation of the K-B clan and their old-skool BMWs. But despite twice finishing within half a second of the Holden Commodore SS of early event class leader Bevan Claridge and co-driver Campbell Tannock the latter pair still had an advantage of almost three-and-a half minutes as they arrived in Whanganui this evening.

Tomorrow the field heads into the Manawatu for six stages, including the always popular 27.73km run from just north of Turakina via the infamous ‘Cop’s Corner’ to Hunterville, on the way to the final overnight stop of the event in Palmerston North.

This year’s 25th annual Targa NZ event is again a multi-faceted one with three separate starting groups - Competition, the Targa Tour and now a Time Trial organised in conjunction with the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand.

A separately scored but concurrently-run two-day ‘Regional Targa’ – complete with its own eight-strong Targa Tour group - is also being run this year over the final two days of the main event.

Targa New Zealand events are organised by the Ultimate Rally Group with the support of sponsors AndrewSimms.co.nz, Chicane Racewear, Global Security, NZ Classic Car magazine, Race Brakes, Race4Life Trust, Racetech, TrackIt, Vital and Writeraze.

Thu, 31 Oct 2019 - Mackenzie/Sayers win a stage but Inkster/Winn extend lead in 25th anniversary Targa NZ event

Runaway early event leader Glenn Inkster and co-driver Spencer Winn (Mitsubishi Evo 8) finally conceded a stage win at the end of the second day of this year’s Targa New Zealand tarmac motor rally in Taranaki this afternoon.

However the Auckland pair – gunning for a record-setting sixth consecutive win in the annual five-day motorsport marathon - will still head into the crucial third day tomorrow morning with a lead of just over three-and-half minutes (3.34.5) over fellow event veteran Leigh Hopper and his co-driver Michael Goudie (Subaru Impreza WRX).

They remain in second place albeit with a buffer now of just 18 seconds over this year’s Targa Hawke’s Bay winner Haydn Mackenzie and co-driver Matthew Sayers, who won the final stage of the day today, the return run from Whangamomona to Douglas.

True to form the white-hot pace Inkster and Winn have set from the first stage yesterday until the run into Whangamomona today saw several key pairings crack.

On that list, unfortunately was Subaru WRX ace Nick de Waal and co-driver Shane Reynolds, fourth overall after the first day, and still classified sixth overall despite having to take a maximum stage time on the return from Whangamomona, thanks to a number of mechanical issues.

Gravel rally specialist Marcus van Klink and co-driver Matt Richards (Mazda RX8) found themselves in a similar position, still classified ninth overall but with work to do tonight (replacing their car’s flywheel) if they are to continue tomorrow.

The day’s biggest scalp, belonged, however to former circuit racing ace Eddie Bell and his co-driver Blair Forbes from Christchurch (BMW M3) who were running fifth overall and leading 2WD car at the end of the first day only to crash heavily on the morning’s second stage, Ratapiko.

The demise of the Bell/Forbes BMW left the way open to 2013 Targa NZ event winner Martin Dippie and co-driver Jona Grant (Porsche 911 GT3 RS) to move up a place to fourth, albeit 11 minutes behind leaders Glenn Inkster and Spencer Winn and seven behind third placed Haydn Mackenzie and Matthew Sayers.

Easing, as if by stealth into the overall top ten and leading their class, are BMW 330ti Compact pair Jeremy Friar and co-driver Katrina Renshaw who finished the day in 8th place just 51.6 seconds behind event regulars Jason Gill and co-driver Mark Robinson in Gill’s new purpose-built VW Polo R tarmac rally car.

Another late model BMW, this time the M2 of Hamilton driver Mike Tubbs and co-driver Brooke Walden, is also now back in the top 10 (and second to the Dippie/Grant Porsche in Class 6) after an up and down first day, but quick, clean day today which included an amazing 4th place in the final run back from the lunch stop at Whangamomona.

Also on his way back up the time sheets after an issue on the first day is the earlier model (E30) BMW M3 of Wellington pair Mark and his father Chris Kirk-Burnnand.

With the bit well and truly between his teeth on a road he was competed on a number of times now Mark set the 4th quickest time overall on the 38.84km run into Whangamomona.

In their absence, Horowhenua Holden Commodore SS driver Bevan Claridge and co-driver Campbell Tannock continue to lead the Classic 2WD cars in 14th place overall, two spots ahead of the first of the Kirk-Bernnand clan BMW E30 M3s, driven by Mark’s Auckland-based uncle Barry and his co-driver Dave O’Carroll, with Mark and Chris closing fast and now 19th overall.

Tomorrow the field remains in Taranaki for most of the day before heading south for the next overnight stay in Whanganui.

This year’s 25th annual Targa NZ event is again a multi-faceted one with three separate starting groups - Competition, the Targa Tour and now a Time Trial organised in conjunction with the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand.

A separately scored but concurrently-run two-day ‘Regional Targa’ – complete with its own eight-strong Targa Tour group - is also being run this year over the final two days of the main event.

Targa New Zealand events are organised by the Ultimate Rally Group with the support of sponsors AndrewSimms.co.nz, Chicane Racewear, Global Security, NZ Classic Car magazine, Race Brakes, Race4Life Trust, Racetech, TrackIt, Vital and Writeraze.

Wed, 30 Oct 2019 - Inkster and Winn set cracking pace on first day of 25th anniversary Targa NZ event

Catch us if you can – or you dare! That seemed to be the message defending - and five-time consecutive – Targa NZ winners Glenn Inkster and co-driver Spencer Winn (Mitsubishi Evo 8) were putting out to all-comers on the first day of competition on this year’s 25th anniversary event which started in Taupo today.

The Auckland pair, gunning for a record-making sixth consecutive win in the annual five-day tarmac motor rally marathon, won all six stages today to arrive at parc ferme in New Plymouth this evening with a hitherto unprecedented Leg 1 lead over second-placed Leigh Hopper and his co-driver, Michael Goudie (Subaru Impreza WRX), both also from Auckland, of almost two minutes (1:57.5)

Last year’s early event leaders, and the winners this year of the three-day Targa Hawke’s Bay event, Haydn Mackenzie from Auckland and his Hamilton-based co-driver Matthew Sayers (Mitsubishi Evo 10) were just 10 seconds slower through the day’s 12km opening stage. But they were slotted back into third place in the next three stages by Hopper and Goudie.

Former South African rally ace, Nic de Waal, who now lives in Auckland, was also quick, he and co-driver Shane Reynolds (Subaru Impreza WRX) pipping Hopper and Mackenzie for second in the longest stage of the day, the epic 47km run from Kawhia in the north to Marakopa in the west. Brake issues in other stages blunted his attack but he and Reynolds are still very much in the hunt in 4h place/

With the 4WD Mitsubishis and Subarus setting the pace up front the battle for first 2WD car home was won by former V8 SuperTourer driver Eddie Bell and fellow Cantabrian Blair Forbes in Bell’s late model BMW M3, the pair ended their day in 5th place overall and 1st in class.

Though well aware that today was just the first of five full days on the road and therefore not for doing anything silly, Bell and Forbes were consistently quicker than rivals, and 2013 Targa NZ overall winners, Martin Dippie and his co-driver Jona Grant (Porsche 911 GT3 RS) from Dunedin. Both pairings have their work cut out if they want to seriously challenge Inkster and Winn for the lead though, the gap back to Bell and Forbes over five minutes, back to Dippie and Grant over six in 6th place overall.

In 7th place is Auckland pair David Rogers and Aidan Kelly in the sister car to Haydn Mackenzie and Matthew Sayers’s Mitsubishi Evo 10, with rally ace Marcus van Klink and his co-driver Matt Richards showing their versatility in van Klink’s 20B triple rotor-powered Mazda RX8 in 8th. Ninth are event stalwarts Jason Gill and Mark Richards in Gill’s recently acquired VW Polo R while rounding out the top ten at the end of the first of five days are Perth-based event regular Robert Darrington and Kiwi co-driver David Abetz in Darrington’s BMW M3.

True to predictions Horowhenua/Manawatu pair Bevan Claridge and Campbell Tannock have again taken the battle in the Classic 2WD category to the E30 model BMW M3s of Mark and Chris Kirk-Burnnand from Wellington and Chris’ Auckland-based brother Barry and his long-time co-driver Dave O’Carroll.

Mark and Chris were running as high as 12th on the road before lunch too, only to strike trouble in the first stage after lunch and lose over 7 minutes. They were back to their best in the final two stages of the day, the 47.5km Kawhia to Marakopa marathon, (9th overall) and the final 36km run from Marakopa to Awakino (13th).

By then the damage was done however, the consistent Claridge/Tannock Holden Commodore SS arriving in New Plymouth this evening 13th overall and leading the Classic 2WD class.

This year’s 25th annual Targa NZ event is again a multi-faceted one with three separate starting groups - Competition, the Targa Tour and now a Time Trial organised in conjunction with the Vintage Car Club of New Zealand.

A separately scored but concurrently-run two-day ‘Regional Targa’ – complete with its own eight-strong Targa Tour group - is also being run this year over the final two days of the main event. Tomorrow (Wednesday) brings the first of two full days in Taranaki, with four stages including the famous Inglewood Jumps in the morning and trip to then back from Whangamomona in the afternoon.

Targa New Zealand events are organised by the Ultimate Rally Group with the support of sponsors AndrewSimms.co.nz, Chicane Racewear, Global Security, NZ Classic Car magazine, Race Brakes, Race4Life Trust, Racetech, TrackIt, Vital and Writeraze.

Mon, 28 Oct 2019 - Force Motorsport secure second at APRC finale
Force Motorsport driver Andrew Hawkeswood has come home a strong runner up at the winner takes all final of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship, the Longyou Rally in China, held over the weekend, a result that has spearheaded New Zealand’s victory in the FIA APRC Nations Cup.
Force Motorsport sent two Mazda 2s to the event, built to the AP4 specification that the team have been instrumental in designing and producing, for father and son team Andrew and Jack Hawkeswood. Despite their significant difference in experience, Jack having only driven a four-wheel drive car for the first time this year, both were taking on a new challenge of rallying in China.
An unfortunate start to the event saw Jack and co-driver Alex Parkin stop for more than 25 minutes in special stage two with an electrical problem, although he was able to repair the car in stage and continue, but his dreams of an APRC title were shattered before they had begun. They would recover across the afternoon, including a pair of stage wins in the final two stages of day one. His rally would end after the opening stage of day two, when he hit a rock and was unable to repair the damage on the road-side.
It was also a tricky morning for Andrew and co-driver Jeff Cress, who suffered a spin and a puncture but sat third by the first service, a position they would maintain across the remainder of the opening day. The second day saw a far more positive start, moving into second on the opening stage of the day as heavy rain turned an already tricky rally into a treacherous one. Calling on more than 20 years of rallying experience, Hawkeswood was able to bring the car home in second, more than a minute and a half ahead of the third place car.
The result for Hawkeswood senior, plus bonus points scored by Jack on the opening stage and pace setter Mike Young, who was cruelly denied victory by an electrical problem, also meant New Zealand came out on top in the Nations Cup of the APRC, the first time the trophy has been presented.
“Obviously it would’ve been really good to get the win, but certainly with the rain thrown in, just finishing was quite an achievement in its own right so second place is really satisfying,” says Andrew.
“It’s a real shame that Jack couldn’t make it to the end, but I’m sure he’s learnt a heap rallying off-shore and it was a really proud moment to see him take a couple of stage wins. Also we’re gutted for Mike, he was really quick all weekend, but it’s pretty awesome that we’ve all been able to contribute to New Zealand winning the Nations Cup, as a country we’ve really got behind the new APRC format and it’s a great reward.”
The team will now get the cars back to New Zealand and regroup for a 2020 campaign that will likely include the return of the World Rally Championship to the shores of New Zealand.
Wed, 23 Oct 2019 - Force Motorsport to take on international rivals at APRC Finale

New Zealand-based rally team Force Motorsport will look to recreate history when they take on an international field at the final of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship, the Longyou Rally in China, over Labour weekend (New Zealand time).

Force Motorsport have sent a two-car line up for father and son drivers, Andrew and Jack Hawkeswood to the winner takes all event, both driving identical Mazda 2 AP4 specification cars. They will be looking to recreate history, the last time Mazda won the prestigious series was in 1989 with Kiwi driver Rod Millen at the wheel of a 323.

Force Motorsport have been heavily involved with the development of AP4 cars that have won multiple championships in both New Zealand and Australia, with the team having supplied cars not only to both sides of the Tasman but also Indonesia and the USA.

A revamp of the APRC has seen seven qualifying rounds with a winner takes all final event that will alternate between the Asia and Pacific regions, starting with China in 2019. Seven cars will contest the final, including the two Force cars, a local Chinese entry in a Subaru and two two-wheel drive and two four-wheel drive cars from Japanese tuning house Cusco, including fellow Kiwi driver Mike Young, expected to be the strongest competition for the Force pair.

Both Andrew and Jack have secured good results in the qualifying rounds, 18-year old Jack taking a third and a fifth with father Andrew, the 2017 New Zealand Rally Champion, taking a second and a third.

While this is Andrew’s second APRC campaign, neither he nor Jack have competed in China previously and are expecting tricky conditions to greet them.

“Obviously it’s going to be a tricky rally, but we’re going and we’ve got a really good shot of one of us taking out the title,” says Andrew Hawkeswood. “For me, to be able to compete abroad in a two-car team with my son is something pretty special, plus we’ve done a lot of work to get the AP4 concept up and running so if one of us could take the title it would really be fantastic.”

“It won’t be easy though, we’ve come up against the Cusco guys before and they run a good operation. There will be plenty of challenges, but I’m confident we’re up for them.”

The Chinese Longyou Rally is the final round of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship. Held from 25-27 October, the event sees 220km of special stages, at the end of which the APRC champion will be crowned.

Wed, 23 Oct 2019 - van Klink secures title in nail-biting season finale

Christchurch’s Marcus van Klink has secured the Motorsport New Zealand Two-wheel drive section of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship after a thrilling battle at the final round, the Handy Rentals Hamilton Rally of Waitomo.

Throughout the season, van Klink had set the pace and looked set to secure the title with a round to spare before a burst appendix saw him forced to sit out the penultimate round on the Coromandel Peninsula and consequently seeing his lead reduced to zero, forcing a winner takes all shootout.

Wet conditions greeted the teams and van Klink posted what he thought was a strong opening time in the Triple Rotor Mazda RX-8, only to find championship rival Anthony Jones set a time 15 seconds faster. In fact it would be the fourth stage before van Klink and Dave Neill could take a stage win away from their rivals, taking the seventh fastest outright stage time and quickest two-wheel drive through the 42 kilometre monster, reducing the deficit from 26.2 seconds to 7.2 seconds.

The penultimate stage saw the gap open to nine seconds but with the final stage of the rally the longest at 43km, there was plenty to play for. After charging through the final stage van Klink set the fastest two-wheel drive time and seventh quickest overall, only to find his rival suffered a mechanical issue, meaning he not only won the rally but the overall two-wheel drive title as well.

“That was certainly doing it the hard way! It was always going to be hard to beat Jonesy at Waitomo, it doesn’t necessarily suit our car, so while we were gutted for him, it was a relief to get to the finish in the lead,” said van Klink. “It was an exciting way to finish what’s been a pretty exciting season for us and a great result for the team and sponsors.

Klink Rallysport would like to thank the sponsors that have made their 2019 NZRC campaign possible; Universal Plumbing, Buteline, Entire Electrical Solutions, Palmside, Al Marsh Rotorsport and Castrol.

Wed, 23 Oct 2019 - Thomson secures third in championship

Christchurch’s Dylan Thomson has secured third place in the 2019 Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship despite a gut-wrenching mechanical failure at the Handy Rentals Hamilton Waitomo Rally.

Moving into a four-wheel drive car for the 2019 season after teaming up with Specialised Auto Services, Thomson’s season prior to the event was a model of consistency with five solid finishes from five rounds heading to the season finale.

Unfortunately for Thomson and co-driver Amy Hudson, that run would come to an end with their Waitomo Rally almost over before it began. A failure within the centre differential of the car saw a hole in the side of the gearbox that allowed all of the oil to escape. Unfortunately by stage end, terminal damage had been done and at the first service only a kilometre from the end of stage one, their rally was over.

It left a nervous wait for the pair, who sat third in their respective driver and co-driver championship standings. In the end, Thomson would secure third in the drivers championship by five points, while Hudson would unfortunately slip to fourth in the co-driver standings.

“It’s a gut-wrenching way to finish the season, in hindsight there were a few warning signs, but nothing too obvious. We’ll have to get it home, pull it apart and see how bad the gearbox is, then probably try and save a few extra pennies to fix it up,” said Thomson.

But when we look at what we have achieved over the season we are both pretty stoked. We’d always said this season was all about learning the four-wheel drive car so to think we are third and fourth in the championship is phenomenal,” he adds.

Dylan Thomson Rallysport’s campaign is supported by Total Lubricants, Riordan and West Transport Pukekohe, Drew + Accounting, Harrier Signs, Specialised Auto Services, Steelrite Framing, LJ Hooker, Fowler Homes South Auckland and New Zealand, AA Autocentre Hornby, Stadium Finance, Jivan Produce, Dunlop, Dixcel and Braketech.

Wed, 23 Oct 2019 - Campbell goes close in season finale

Tauranga’s Phil Campbell has gone close to adding another national championship round win at the final event of the Brian Green Property Group New Zealand Rally Championship, the Handy Rentals Hamilton Waitomo Rally, held over the weekend.

Campbell and co-driver Mal Peden have shown pace throughout the 2019 NZRC season, starting with a podium finish but frustrating technical glitches have cost further strong results.

With a desire to secure a strong result to finish the season, Campbell pressed on in the opening stage and immediately set the second fastest stage time, then repeating the result in stage two and again in stage three to sit a solid second at the half way point.

A third fastest time in stage four saw Campbell look solid in second until the following stage. The Roofing Store Ford Fiesta AP4 was again second fastest, but a turbo failure for the rally leader meant Campbell headed to the final stage with a lead of 17.2 seconds and 43 kilometres to defend a fast closing Raana Horan.

Knowing that a rally win was on the line, Campbell left nothing on the table in the final stage, but unfortunately just 2.2km into the stage, cut a corner and damaged the left front suspension, ending his rally gut-wrenchingly close to victory.

“Obviously we’re gutted to come so close and have such a small mistake be so costly. Raana (Horan, eventual rally winner) was coming up fast in the afternoon and I certainly didn’t want to get to the end and wished I’d pushed harder. We had to give it a go, unfortunately it didn’t come off,” said Campbell.

“The pace across the day though was really encouraging, we had a great run at Rally of the North prior to Waitomo and then we were on the pace right from the start here, so there’s plenty of positives to take away. Now we’ll be able to rebuild over the off season with confidence that we’ll be on the pace in 2020.”

Recent Results
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandAndrew Graves44:06.6
2New ZealandCarter Strang+13.1
3New ZealandGaret Thomas+43.0
4New ZealandJohn Giltrap+1:00.0
5New ZealandRobert McCallum+2:11.9
6New ZealandJeremy Mcilwrick+2:45.7
7New ZealandJeff Judd+2:49.9
8New ZealandRichie Chadwick+2:53.1
9New ZealandMike Sheehan+3:08.0
10New ZealandSteven Thompson+3:09.3
11New ZealandRegan Ross+3:15.2
12New ZealandDavid Scoles+3:15.4
13New ZealandMark Parsons+3:20.8
14New ZealandGavin Read+3:35.1
15New ZealandBarry Mills+3:38.0
16New ZealandJonty Brenssell+3:45.1
17New ZealandDave Ollis+3:54.7
18New ZealandMurray Marshall+4:05.5
19New ZealandIan Warren+4:21.0
20New ZealandTaylor Judd+4:57.0
PosDriverTotal 
1New ZealandHaydn Mackenzie5:44:04.0
2New ZealandMartin Dippie+11:47.9
3New ZealandJason Gill+16:30.9
4New ZealandMarcus van Klink+18:14.8
5New ZealandDavid Rogers+23:10.1
6AustraliaRobert Darrington+23:47.9
7New ZealandJeremy Friar+23:54.7
8New ZealandGraeme Wong+30:19.2
9New ZealandBevan Claridge+33:22.3
10New ZealandBarry Kirk-Burnnand+38:33.2
11New ZealandGraeme Drummond+41:08.3
12New ZealandTim McIver+42:41.2
13New ZealandBob Boniface+46:10.6
14New ZealandJohn Hancock+46:22.7
15New ZealandPeter Jones+47:46.6
16New ZealandRichard Ramson+48:20.6
17New ZealandMark McCaughan+48:22.3
18New ZealandJerry Rowley+50:37.7
19New ZealandEddie Grooten+50:55.2
20New ZealandRobert Webster+52:06.4
2019 Points
PosNamePoints
1EstoniaOtt TÄNAK263
2BelgiumThierry NEUVILLE227
3FranceSébastien OGIER217
4NorwayAndreas MIKKELSEN102
4United KingdomElfyn EVANS102
6United KingdomKris MEEKE98
7FinlandJari-Matti LATVALA94
8FinlandTeemu SUNINEN89
8SpainDani SORDO89
10FinlandEsapekka LAPPI83
11FranceSébastien LOEB51
12United KingdomGus GREENSMITH6
13FranceYoann BONATO4
14FranceStéphane SARRAZIN2
15FranceAdrien FOURMAUX1
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandHayden Paddon100
2AustraliaHarry Bates77
3New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood55
3AustraliaLewis Bates55
5AustraliaMolly Taylor45
6New ZealandJack Hawkeswood42
7New ZealandDavid Holder30
8AustraliaMarcus Walkem20
9New ZealandMike Young19
10JapanSuguru Kawana12
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandBen Hunt176
2New ZealandJosh Marston122
3New ZealandDylan Thomson89
4New ZealandKingsley Jones84
5New ZealandDylan Turner83
5New ZealandMarcus Van Klink83
7New ZealandRaana Horan75
8New ZealandAnthony Jones70
9New ZealandMatt Summerfield61
10New ZealandWayne Pittams60
11New ZealandPhil Campbell55
12New ZealandMike Sheehan49
13New ZealandCharlie Evans47
14New ZealandBruce Herbert46
14New ZealandAndrew Hawkeswood46
16New ZealandJack Hawkeswood43
17New ZealandJeff Judd42
18New ZealandBrian Green38
18New ZealandJob Quantock38
20New ZealandRobbie Stokes34
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandDylan Turner109
2New ZealandBen Thomasen83
3New ZealandWayne Pittams61
4New ZealandPhil Campbell56
5New ZealandCharlie Evans49
6New ZealandDylan Thomson48
7New ZealandAnthony Jones40
8New ZealandBrent Taylor34
9New ZealandStephen Barker33
10New ZealandDaniel Alexander32
11New ZealandBrian Green31
12New ZealandJeff Judd29
12New ZealandWayne Rowberry29
14New ZealandMike Goldsbury28
15New ZealandPhil Macquarie27
15New ZealandDaniel Haines27
17New ZealandEthan O'Hagan22
18New ZealandDoug Adnitt17
18New ZealandScott Rutherford17
20New ZealandMcCrae Sloper16
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandGaret Thomas99
2New ZealandJob Quantock98
3New ZealandJosh Marston82
4New ZealandRegan Ross80
5New ZealandMatthew Wright74
5New ZealandMarcus Van Klink74
7New ZealandMatt Summerfield73
8New ZealandSean Haggarty71
9New ZealandJeff Judd61
10New ZealandGarry Cliff47
10New ZealandRobbie Stokes47
12New ZealandPhil Collins40
12New ZealandJohn Giltrap40
12New ZealandDavid Gee40
15New ZealandTim Smith35
16New ZealandDeane Buist33
17New ZealandBrad Harris32
18New ZealandNick Marston29
19New ZealandDavid Taylor21
20New ZealandDave Ollis20
PosNamePoints
1New ZealandAndrew Oakley226
1New ZealandBarry Kirk-Burnnand226
3New ZealandDavid Rogers214
4New ZealandGraeme Drummond212
5New ZealandJeremy Friar210
6New ZealandMike Tubbs209
7New ZealandEddie Bell200
8New ZealandAndre Laurent192
9New ZealandTim McIver188
10New ZealandAnthony Butler186
11New ZealandJohn Hancock185
12New ZealandShane Walden183
13New ZealandMark Kirk-Burnnand178
14New ZealandEddie Grooten177
15New ZealandTim James176
16New ZealandLeigh Hopper174
17New ZealandGraeme Wong171
18AustraliaRobert Darrington167
19New ZealandJerry Rowley162
20New ZealandJason Gill152