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Ford must continue in V8s - drivers

Ford must continue in V8s - drivers

Bathurst 1000 winners Chaz Mostert and Paul Morris reckon it makes no sense and would be commercial suicide for Ford to exit the sport.

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Mercedes secures maiden F1 title

Mercedes secures maiden F1 title

The Formula One constructors' world championship trophy found a new home just down the road from Red Bull's factory in England on Sunday as Mercedes celebrated a historic first for their 'Silver Arrows' team.

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Bathurst comes to Central speedway

Bathurst comes to Central speedway

While many Kiwi and Australian eyes will be glued to televisions tomorrow watching Bathurst unfold, the Central Motor Speedway will run its own version of the great race today.

Now into its fifth year, the annual Bathurst Race Day features Holden Commodores and Ford Falcons battling for glory in a three-hour epic.

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Pride driving Columb as he captains NZ

Pride driving Columb as he captains NZ

In the ultimate feat of redemption, Queenstown's Scott Columb will ride out as New Zealand captain at this weekend's Motocross of Nations (MoN) in Latvia, after missing out on the team last year.

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Targa training day at Highlands

Targa training day at Highlands

The Targa South Island might be a serious business for some but for others, such as Oamaru's Nigel de Geest, it is a chance to get a good car out and give it some gas on closed roads.

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Tulloch puts faith in German efficiency

Tulloch puts faith in German efficiency

Southland's Ian ''Inky'' Tulloch is hoping the cultural stereotype of German efficiency and punctuality rings true as he awaits the arrival of an important shipment next month.

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Graves in co-driver's seat for Catlins rally

Graves in co-driver's seat for Catlins rally

Defending Catlins Coast Rally champion Andrew Graves will swap seats today to co-drive for Highlands Motorsport Park owner Tony Quinn in his two-litre Ford Escort BDA.

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Gilmour happy to match the boss

Gilmour happy to match the boss

Midway through the Global Rallycross Championship (GRC) season Emma Gilmour has proven she is more than the token female in this fast and furious United States-based series. Catherine Pattison catches up with the Dunedin rally ace.

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