PAST STREET SPRINTS
Minimum Requirements for Competing in Events - Read in Conjunction with the Motorsport NZ Manual. Competing In Motorkhanas You will need a car upto WOF standards, be over 12 years of age, after two motorkhana and/or autocross events be a member of NCC or other car club affliated with Motorsport NZ.  Refer above for More Info. Competing In Autocross You will need a car upto WOF standards (this could be scrutineered), be over 12 years of age, have approved helmet + overalls, covered foot wear, after two motorkhana and/or autocross events be a member of NCC or other car club affliated with Motorsport NZ.  Refer above for More Info. Competing In 1 / 4 Mile Sprint You will need a car upto WOF standards (this could be scrutineered), be over 12 years of age, have approved helmet + overalls, covered foot wear, have a drivers licence if touring on openroads.  Refer above for More Info. Competing in Hillclimbs, Street Sprint, Bentsprints Need to be a member of NCC or a car club that is affliated with Motorsport NZ (prior to the event), have an upto date competition licence, standard road licence if touring back on open roads, fire extinguisher fixed in approved position, approved helmet + overalls + covered in foot wear as per Appendix Two Schedule A, car comply with Appendix Two Schedule A of the Motorsport Manual.  Refer above for More Info. Competing in Hillclimbs, Street Sprint, Bentsprints Need to be a member of NCC or a car club that is affliated with Motorsport NZ (prior to the event), have an upto date competition licence, standard road licence if touring back on open roads, fire extinguisher fixed in approved position, approved helmet + overalls + covered in foot wear as per Appendix Two Safety - Schedule A, car comply with Appendix Two  Safety - Schedule A of the Motorsport Manual.  Co-driver.  Refer above for More Info. click here for Motorsport Manual
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We are the Northland Car Club of New Zealand,

situated in Whangarei.

events seasons runs from august each year P.O BOX 596, WHANGAREI

Getting Started

Motorsport is an exciting sport and anyone can participate!

If you want to be more involved than just spectating,  you are welcome to come along and get more involved, we

always welcome new members.  Being part of a club is a great way to meet more people within your own

community.

There are many different ways of getting involved within the car club: being part of each or any event:  MOTORKHANAS, AUTOCROSSES, HILLCLIMBS, SPRINTS You can start out at helping at any club event, this can include setting up at the beginning of the day, taking entries for the day, timing at start and finish lines, marshalling or radio points along the road - which means you get to see the action as well as helping.   Slowly upskill youself with on the job coaching and you could become an organiser. Volunteer    organisers    are    essential    to    any    event,    and/or    club    and    there    can    be    just    as    much    sense    of achievement   at   being   part   of   a   successful   event   organisation   team   as   there   can   be   from   being   in   the   actual winner’s team. being   part   of   the   committee:      PRESIDENT,   VICE   PRESIDENT,   CLUB   CAPTAIN,   SECRETARY,   TREASURER,   SPEED EVENTS,   MOTORKHANAS,   AUTOCROSSES,   SCRUTINEER,   CLUB   MAG,   POINTS,   CLUB   EQUIPEMENT,   PUBLICITY,   WEB SITE....there are many different jobs that you can be involved in to help make the club run a lot smoother.  

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MOTORKHANAS A MOTORKHANA is a cheap and enjoyable form of  motorsport and at the same time is one of the most competitive. It is an event in which you can use almost any vehicle (standard road cars can be very competitive) and is primarily a test of driver skills. GRASS • gravel • Tarseal
Autocrosses
An AUTOCROSS is the ideal environment in which to learn or improve car control skills while at the same time having a lot of fun. It is an event that favours driver skill over outright horsepower, but at speeds higher than those experienced in motorkhanas.
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HILFORD ROAD Hillclimbs HILLCLIMBS are generally the highest form of motorsport that can be competed in using a normal road car. They are so named because the finish line must be at a higher altitude than the start line and the course must be mostly uphill.
SPRINTS ¼ Mile - Street - Bent - Rally
SPRINTS are a relatively inexpensive form of motorsport and yet very competitive. All sprints are primarily a test of the vehicle's performance and the drivers ability to control the vehicle. Sprints can range from - 1/4 Mile Sprint, Bent Sprint, Rally Sprint, Street Sprint
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PAST STREET SPRINTS
Minimum Requirements for Competing in Events - Read in Conjunction with the Motorsport NZ Manual. Competing In Motorkhanas You will need a car upto WOF standards, be over 12 years of age, after two motorkhana and/or autocross events be a member of NCC or other car club affliated with Motorsport NZ.  Refer above for More Info. Competing In Autocross You will need a car upto WOF standards (this could be scrutineered), be over 12 years of age, have approved helmet + overalls, covered foot wear, after two motorkhana and/or autocross events be a member of NCC or other car club affliated with Motorsport NZ.  Refer above for More Info. Competing In 1 / 4 Mile Sprint You will need a car upto WOF standards (this could be scrutineered), be over 12 years of age, have approved helmet + overalls, covered foot wear, have a drivers licence if touring on openroads.  Refer above for More Info. Competing in Hillclimbs, Street Sprint, Bentsprints Need to be a member of NCC or a car club that is affliated with Motorsport NZ (prior to the event), have an upto date competition licence, standard road licence if touring back on open roads, fire extinguisher fixed in approved position, approved helmet + overalls + covered in foot wear as per Appendix Two Schedule A, car comply with Appendix Two Schedule A of the Motorsport Manual.  Refer above for More Info. Competing in Hillclimbs, Street Sprint, Bentsprints Need to be a member of NCC or a car club that is affliated with Motorsport NZ (prior to the event), have an upto date competition licence, standard road licence if touring back on open roads, fire extinguisher fixed in approved position, approved helmet + overalls + covered in foot wear as per Appendix Two Safety - Schedule A, car comply with Appendix Two  Safety - Schedule A of the Motorsport Manual.  Co-driver.  Refer above for More Info. click here for Motorsport Manual
HILLCLIMB RECORDS More Info More Info
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We are the Northland Car Club of New Zealand,

situated in Whangarei.

events seasons runs from august each year P.O BOX 596, WHANGAREI

LINKS

the Northland Car Club since 1955
website by Val Hart

Getting Started

Motorsport     is     an     exciting     sport     and anyone can participate!

If you want to be more involved than just spectating,  you

are welcome to come along and get more involved, we

always welcome new members.  Being part of a club is a

great way to meet more people within your own

community.

There are many different ways of getting involved within the car club: being    part    of    each    or    any    event:        MOTORKHANAS, AUTOCROSSES, HILLCLIMBS, SPRINTS You can start out at helping at any club event, this can include setting up at the beginning of the day, taking entries for the day, timing at start and finish lines, marshalling or radio points along the road - which means you get to see the action as well as helping.   Slowly upskill youself with on the job coaching and you could become an organiser. Volunteer    organisers    are    essential    to    any    event,    and/or club   and   there   can   be   just   as   much   sense   of   achievement at   being   part   of   a   successful   event   organisation   team   as there can be from being in the actual winner’s team. being     part     of     the     committee:          PRESIDENT,     VICE PRESIDENT,      CLUB      CAPTAIN,      SECRETARY,      TREASURER, SPEED         EVENTS,         MOTORKHANAS,         AUTOCROSSES, SCRUTINEER,    CLUB    MAG,    POINTS,    CLUB    EQUIPEMENT, PUBLICITY,   WEB   SITE....there   are   many   different   jobs   that you   can   be   involved   in   to   help   make   the   club   run   a   lot smoother.  

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