Race Venues

Round One

Mike Pero Motorsport Park

Ruapuna - 9-10 January 2021

Mike Pero Motorsport Park, formerly known as Powerbuilt Raceway at Ruapuna Park, is a permanent motor racing circuit owned by Canterbury Car Club Inc, 13km west of Christchurch at 107 Hasketts Road, Templeton. The track surface is hot mix bitumen and runs for 3.33km in an anti-clockwise direction. MyLaps timing is installed, plus a state-of-the-art control tower and full club and media suites.

Camping Information

Arrival time for teams and campers is strictly no earlier than 8am Friday 8th January and the park must be vacated by 10am Monday 11th January.

Mike Pero Motorsport Park allows camping over race weekends. There are limited facilities available: public toilets are located in the viewing areas, competitors have access to the shower block and toilets. Please respect access times – anyone arriving early or leaving later will be considered trespassing. Overnight security will be on duty throughout the weekend.

Round Two

Levels International Raceway

Timaru - 16-17 January 2021

Timaru International Motor Raceway, known to many as simply as Levels, is the home of South Canterbury Car Club Inc. The original 1.6km circuit at Falvey Road was built in 1967 and the first event there was held in November that year. In 1988 the circuit length was increased and developed to the international FIA category 3 standard that it is today, allowing the South Canterbury Car Club to run international events as well as national championships including the NZ V8 Touring Cars, Super Truck Racing and the New Zealand Superbike Championship.

Camping Information

Camping at Levels is available for riders and teams from Friday 15th January to Monday 18th January.

Levels has a strict noise policy in place which must be adhered to. No starting of motorcycles and noisy vehicles after on-track activity has concluded each day. The circuit is locked overnight and security personnel will be on-site. Limited facilities (toilets) are available on-site.

Round Three - CANCELLED

Hampton Downs Motorsport Park

North Waikato - 6-7 March 2021

New Zealand’s most modern motorsport complex started as an ambitious privately funded enterprise and after years of hard work and paperwork, the construction began in February 2007. The completion date was planned for late 2008 but a particularly wet 2007 winter pushed the opening out to October 2009.

The vision was for the park to become a major venue for local motorsport, with a modern approach taken during the design process by Clive Bowen of Apex Circuit Design. It would be the most up-to-date facility in the country, offering an entertainment venue for the promotion of motor racing in New Zealand.

It boasts three different track configurations along with two skidpans areas, one for driver training, the other for drifting, as well as an SUV course and go-kart track.

To complement the on-track facilities, the 450ha development also includes an industrial park, motor lodge, lifestyle blocks, 80 trackside apartments and convention centre.

Round Four

Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park

Taupo - 13-14 March 2021

Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park has four race track configurations consisting of 1.3km, 2.2km and 3.5km. The motor racing circuit has various licences depending on which track configuration is being used, ranging from FIA Grade 2 Motorsport License and International Motorcycling Safety Standards to National Grade 1 and Grade 2 Motorsport License.

Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park features a three-storey pit lane complex featuring 32 pit garages, 8 first floor corporate suites and a race control, corporate and catering complex.

The full circuit has permanent spectator capacity of 25,000 to 30,000 general admission with on-site parking for up to 4,000 cars.

Camping Information

Camping is welcome at Bruce McLaren Motorsport Park. Please see the track website for camping guidelines, costs and facilities.