By Allan Powell Welcome to the preview of the new coming speedway season at Huntly PlaceMakers Speedway. Prior to the official season starting in November, throughout October will be the three official practices sessions, green sheeting and SNZ and club registration...read more
Production Saloons:2017/2018 Heats: Wayne Warrender 14H 1st Overall: Wayne Warrender 14H Feature: Wayne Warrender 14H 2nd Overall: Peter Cradock 63H 3rd Overall: Annmaree Warrender 11H Fastest Lap: Annmaree Warrender 11H 17.8442 Most Improved: Chris Marks 15H Saloons:...read more
At SPEEDFEST this Saturday we will be treated a Supercharged Burnout Car Demo. This will be at 4pm before the start of SPEEDFEST at 5pm. This is ahead of the first round of the NZ Burnout Champs at Huntly PlaceMakers Speedway on the 26th May 2018. Below are a list of...read more
SPEEDFEST is back and will be re-run on the 12th May 2018. Racing Starts at 5pm, gates open at 2pm. There will also be and NZ Burnout Demo at 4pm as well as Fireworks to end the night and season.read more
By Allan Powell On the weekend of Friday 6th and Saturday 7th April at PlaceMakers Huntly and Te Rapa Speedway was the Huntly Door Systems North Island Stockcar championship. Added to the Saturday night show for the finals of the Stockcars was the Future of Speedway...read more
Huntly PlaceMakers Speedway's Next Event
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The Huntly PlaceMakers Speedway track is 380 metres long. The track width is around 15metres wide which is enough to provide 2-3 wide racing. The fastest man ever to be clocked around the Huntly PlaceMakers Speedway is Ricky Logan who drove the Lucas Oils 10a Sprintcar to a 12.27sec lap in 2011. Countless drivers from around NZ have opinionated the Huntly track with most describing it as one of the best tracks in NZ. Saloon driver Geoff Webb once said “The Huntly track teaches you how to pass”