Does My Car Need a Rollcage? You don’t need a roll cage for competing in motorkhana and autocrosses.  See the Motorsport Manual APPENDIX TWO - SCHEDULE A for roll cage requirements needed for other events.
taken from Motorsport NZ APPENDIX ONE, SCHEDULE L 3. Minimum Age of Competitors: 3.1   MotorSport NZ issues Competition Licences to persons aged 16 years and over in accordance with the provisions of Article 2 of this Schedule. 3.2   Competition   Licences   of   the   types   and   grades   detailed   in   (1)   of   this   Article   can   also   be   issued   to   Junior   Competitors,   aged   from   the   date   of   their 12th birthday up until their 16th birthday, under the following provisions in addition to those specified in Article 2 of this Schedule: (1) Junior Competition licences are available in M Grade (excluding Temporary M Grade), C Grade, R Grade (navigator only), INT R Grade (navigator only) and INT C Grade. (2) The use of a Competition Licence by a Junior Driver is restricted to; (a) Private venues, or (b) Roads closed in accordance with the 10th Schedule of the Local Government Act, and (c) Vehicles of the following type, class, category or classifications: (i) Championship cars: Formula First, Formula Ford, and Toyota 86 classes;   plus (ii) Historic and Classic single seaters: FV, FF or FJ only; plus (iii) All other vehicles (closed or open) with a corrected cc rating of 2500cc and under. Note: When acting purely as a Rally navigator these restrictions do not apply.
junior membership $25 each or $5 with family membership
NCC MEMBERSHIP FORM NCC MEMBERSHIP FORM
Guidence A parent or guardian can sit with a driver as a passenger for the purpose of driver coaching (at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course).
JUNIORS TO USE A CAR THAT IS LESS THAN 2500cc
Get Your Kids into Motorsport From the age of 12years old, your young adult can start getting driving experience behind the wheel of a car.  He or She could get upto 4 years of driving experience before going for their drivers licence, this would surely make it easier for them to get their licence, now all they need to do is study the road code.

12yrs - under 18yrs of age

If you can’t wait until you’re old enough to drive on the roads, don’t worry. You can compete in most kinds of motorsport events. “Juniors” start at the age of 12 years old upto and including 17 years old. MOTORKHANAS: These   events   are   a   great   place   to   start,   a   low   speed   event   which   are   usually   held   in   an   open   safe   area;   car   parks,   paddocks   etc...      these   events   are   usually   held   on grass, seal or gravel surfaces.  Short courses made up with cones, competing against the clock. AUTOCROSSES:   This   type   of   event   would   be   the   next   stepping   stone   from   motorkhanas.      Autocrosses,   would   usually   be   held   in   a   car   park,   paddock,   dirt   track,   closed   roads.     Competitors wear overalls, helmet and closed in shoes.  Higher speeds than a motorkhana event, with one larger course set out and also competing against the clock.
Get Your Kids into Motorsport From the age of 12years old, your young adult can start getting driving experince behind the wheel of a car.  He or She could get upto 4 years of driving experince before going for their drivers licence, this would  suely make it easier for them to get there licence,  now all they need to do is study the road code.
JUNIORS TO USE A CAR THAT IS LESS THAN 2500cc

Guidence

A parent or guardian can sit with a driver as a passenger for the purpose of driver coaching. (at the discretion of the Clerk of the Course
junior membership $25 each or $5 with family membership
Does My Car Need a Rollcage? You don’t need a roll cage for competing in motorkhana and autocrosses.  See the Motorsport Manual APPENDIX TWO - SCHEDULE A for roll cage requirements needed for other events.
taken    from    Motorsport    NZ    APPENDIX    ONE, SCHEDULE L 3. Minimum Age of Competitors: 3.1   MotorSport        NZ        issues        Competition Licences   to   persons   aged   16   years   and   over   in accordance    with    the    provisions    of    Article    2    of this Schedule. 3.2   Competition    Licences    of    the    types    and grades   detailed   in   (1)   of   this   Article   can   also   be issued   to   Junior   Competitors,   aged   from   the   date of     their     12th     birthday     up     until     their     16th birthday,     under     the     following     provisions     in addition    to    those    specified    in    Article    2    of    this Schedule: (1)       Junior       Competition       licences       are available    in    M    Grade    (excluding    Temporary    M Grade), C   Grade,   R   Grade   (navigator   only),   INT   R Grade (navigator only) and INT C Grade. (2)   The   use   of   a   Competition   Licence   by   a Junior Driver is restricted to; (a) Private venues, or (b)   Roads   closed   in   accordance   with the       10th       Schedule       of       the       Local Government Act, and (c)    Vehicles    of    the    following    type, class, category or classifications: (i)   Championship   cars:   Formula First,    Formula    Ford,    and    Toyota    86 classes;   plus (ii)    Historic    and    Classic    single seaters: FV, FF or FJ only; plus (iii)   All   other   vehicles   (closed   or open)   with   a   corrected   cc   rating   of 2500cc and under. Note:     When     acting     purely     as     a     Rally navigator these restrictions do not apply.

12yrs - under 18yrs of age

If   you   can’t   wait   until   you’re   old   enough   to   drive   on   the roads,   don’t   worry.   You   can   compete   in   most   kinds   of motorsport events. “Juniors”    start    at    the    age    of    12    years    old    upto    and including 17 years old. MOTORKHANAS:    These    events    are    a    great    place    to start,   a   low   speed   event   which   are   usually   held   in   an open   safe   area;   car   parks,   paddocks   etc...      these   events are   usually   held   on   grass,   seal   or   gravel   surfaces.      Short courses    made    up    with    cones,    competing    against    the clock. AUTOCROSSES:   This   type   of   event   would   be   the   next stepping   stone   from   motorkhanas.      Autocrosses,   would usually   be   held   in   a   car   park,   paddock,   dirt   track,   closed roads.      Competitors   wear   overalls,   helmet   and   closed   in shoes.      Higher   speeds   than   a   motorkhana   event,   with one   larger   course   set   out   and   also   competing   against   the clock.
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of New Zealand

JUNIOR INFO

the Northland Car Club since 1955 (incorporated since 1956)
website by Val Hart
NORTHLAND CAR CLUB Inc

JUNIOR INFORMATION