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Seasoned campaigner Murray Jack of Clyde has taken out the 2016-2017 RYCO 24•7 South Island NZ Series after a nail-biting final round. Reliability and consistency were key for “Jacko” as he held off the fast finishing Michael Christie, in his first season of NZ Six racing, to win the title race by just two points (or one position on track!) in the category’s closest series finish ever.

In the North Island Paul “Fingers” Whitcombe has completed a fine comeback to NZ Six racing taking out the 2016-2017 Dinsdale Drywall NZ Six North Island Series for Super Six Saloons in his first attempt. After purchasing his Commodore at the end of last season Fingers has been consistent throughout the season and has added the series win to his 2NZ placing in the New Zealand Series after heading off challenges from fellow newcomer Lance Fox and the returning Peter Rine.

Lincoln Prouting was victorious in the evergreen Holden HQ class of the 2016-2017 Dinsdale Drywall NZ Six North Island Series, showing great speed to hold off Dawson Chung and Dean Foster, both in their first season of NZ Six racing.

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Want to Race?

NZ Six is an affordable way to start car racing. Whether you are interested in it for fun or looking to start a racing career, NZ Six offers competitive car racing to test your driving skills.
There are two race classes

  • HQ Holdens
  • Super six

The Super six racing class is the classic Holden Commodore vs the Ford Falcon. Find out more

How to start

If you are interested in HQ Holden or super six racing and want to

  • talk about joining
  • have a test drive
  • be a passenger in a car
  • become involved in the club
  • come to a race day

Contact us The racing club is happy to answer all enquiries and would welcome new members.

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Meet our drivers

Racing is not only for the men; women HQ Holden drivers are providing skillful competition with 1st & 2nd placing being the norm.
About women racers