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Motor Racing Season Finale at Teretonga Park, 17 March, Free

Motor Racing Season Finale at Teretonga Park, 17 March, Free


The final race meeting of the season takes place at Teretonga Park this Saturday and admission to the event will be free.

The event, presented by Downer, will feature NZ Six Saloons, Noel McIntyre Drainage Clubmans Saloons, Sports & Racing Cars while the meeting will conclude with the annual A1 Auto Services One Hour Race.

The action all takes place on Saturday with testing from 9.20 am, qualifying from 10.0 0am and racing from 11.20 am. The One Hour race is the final race of the season, timed to start at approximately 3.40 pm.


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