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April 16, 2017

PARIS ADDS ANOTHER WIN DIRTY WEEKEND AS MUD PILES UP   Written by Pete McNae The list of happy campers at the Milestone Homes Top of the South Speedway tonight was a short one, indeed. For the second night in three, filthy weather got the better of the team at the Nelson Speedway Association, with…

April 15, 2017

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER SCENE SET FOR SUNDAY FINISH Written by Pete McNae We had Good Friday, but Saturday was better because, 24 hours after it was meant to happen, the Nelson Speedway Association got to complete day one of its Easter Extravaganza. The foul weather that whipped cross-country on Wednesday and Thursday forced a…

April 15, 2017

BETTER LATE THAN NEVER SCENE SET FOR SUNDAY FINISH Written by Pete McNae   We had Good Friday, but Saturday was better because, 24 hours after it was meant to happen, the Nelson Speedway Association got to complete day one of its Easter Extravaganza. The foul weather that whipped cross-country on Wednesday and Thursday forced…

January 28, 2017

US DRIVERS HUNTING THE 1NZ MIDGETS DELIVER MAXIMUM VALUE   Written by: Pete McNae   Tonight’s national championship will be decided by the who’s who of the New Zealand midget car scene – Michael Pickens, Peter Hunnibell, Brad Mosen and Shayne Alach, and the who’s he – four relatively unknown but outrageously talented young American…

January 26, 2017

MASTER BLASTER SEEKS SEVENTH ‘SLIM’ HOPES TO JOIN ‘CYCLONE’   Written by: Pete McNae   Michael Pickens has six of the best – but a seventh New Zealand Midget Car Championship would see him join a group with a current membership of one. The 34-year-old Aucklander could become just the second driver in that rarefied…

January 25, 2017

FLYING UNDER THE RADAR HUNNIBELL HERE TO DEFEND 1NZ Written by: Pete McNae   When the TAB sets the odds for the Equus New Zealand Midget Car Championship this weekend, it will be interesting to see where the bookies rate Peter Hunnibell. The 23-year-old Auckland maintenance engineer was paying better than $30 for the win…