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Wellington City V8 Race Proposal Materials

Wellington V8 Race Proposal Background Materials

Wellington City Council is considering a proposal for the return of motor racing to the streets of the central city for the first time in nearly a decade. The Council wants to hear your views on the idea before making a final decision on 5 May 2005.

The proposal involves hosting the New Zealand leg of the V8 Supercar Championship Series each April for seven years, from April 2006. Each race event would be for three consecutive days, from midday Friday to Sunday.

The council has set up a page on its website containing material about the consultation:
You can also find submission forms at this page.

Proposed Race Course

Statement Of Proposal Rationale, Contract, Budget Detail – (476Kb – Word Document)
Statement Of Proposal Rationale, Contract, Budget Detail – (149Kb – PDF)
Statement of Proposal – Summary, Glossy with images, (353Kb PDF)
Residents' Support Survey (329Kb PDF)
Economic Impact Report (61Kb PDF)
Event Strategy and Funding Decision Process (117Kb PDF)
Track Engineering Review – Weathered Howe (4.3Mb PDF)

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