Sep 25, 2014 | Marcus

Professional Formula Drift driver Ryan Tuerck’s Network A show Tuerck’d is back for a third season of mostly petrol-fuelled antics. In this episode he tears up the Dirtfish Rally school with Nate Hamilton, competes in Round 5 of Formula D at Evergreen Speedway in Seattle and absolutely tears apart the Pat’s Acres Racing Complex with a bunch of Formula Drift drivers. Pat’s Acres is a carting track that also hosts the odd drifting event, it’s tight, technical, and perfect for playing something Ryan and his ‘homies’ call Drift kickball. What is Drift kickball? You will just have to watch the video to find out.

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Sep 24, 2014 | NZPC

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It’s shaping up to be a big weekend on November 8–9 with two big calendar events on at opposite ends of the country.

Up in Auckland Big Boys Toys will be taking over ASB Showgrounds, while down in Nelson the V 4&Rotary South Island Champs will be held at Motueka Dragway and Saxton Stadium.

All you have to do to get yourself a free double pass to either of these big events is subscribe to NZ Performance Car for 12 months or longer. Read the full story »

Sep 23, 2014 | Marcus


More exciting news to add to the World Time Attack Challenge hype for October. Shane Van Gisbergen doesn’t think racing just the MCA Suspension Nissan Silvia, dubbed ‘Hammerhead’, will be enough, and has announced he will team up with the Drift Syndicate team to drift its Holden Commodore at the coming Formula Drift championship. Read the full story »

Sep 23, 2014 | Marcus


Here at NZPC we are all about making your life as easy as possible, so sit back and take a six-second virtual flick through the latest edition of NZPC, but be careful not to blink as you could well miss something.

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Sep 22, 2014 | Marcus


The Nankang NS2R provides genuine road and track performance — without breaking the bank. It is an ultra-high–performance tyre with 180-tread wear, ideal for the track-day enthusiast. The design optimizes tread width to deliver a contact patch 13 per cent wider than regular tyres to improve high-speed stability. A continuous-tread shoulder design enhances tyre stiffness, ensuring cornering precision and grip. But the key Nankang element is durability, and however hard the tyre is pushed, it will perform for longer. The NS2R is available in a range of sizes from 16 to 18 inches.

Head over to to find more information, or to make a pricing enquiry, or call 0800 99 33 44 to find your nearest dealer.

Sep 22, 2014 | Marcus



Darren Kelly has taken victory at the 2014 NAC NZ Drift Nationals in association with NZ Performance Car and 4&Rotary Promotions. Held on Sunday September 21 at Hampton Downs Motorsport Park, The weather was not on our side this time, with heavy rain hammering the circuit throughout the day. For the few thousand hardy fans who braved the wet and windy conditions, they were privy to over 150 battle runs nearly non-stop from the time the gates opened. Read the full story »

Sep 18, 2014 | NZPC


Although Porsche tuning house RWB has been around for a little while now, Nakai San continues to churn out jaw-dropping Porsches around the globe. What makes each car so special is not the kit, the epic wheels or ground-scraping ride height, it’s the personal touches that Nakai puts into each build. You simply don’t hit buy now, punch in your credit card details and a month later receive a bunch of boxes full of parts to assemble on your car. Each and every RWB creation is handcrafted by the man himself, taking inspiration from both the owner and the environment in which the machine will be used. This means no two RWB Porsches are the same, and each owner can personally see the project transform in front of his eyes.  Read the full story »

Sep 17, 2014 | Marcus



The 2014 NAC New Zealand Drift Nationals takes place this Sunday September 21 at Hampton Downs Motorsport Park, and this year we are doing things a little different. We have implemented a new format for qualifying, similar to the successful Battlemania, foregoing the traditional single run passes, replaced instead with 120 fast-paced battle runs to dictate the top 16 qualifying order. Those drivers will then compete in a traditional elimination format to find the 2014 champion. So exactly how will the new format work? Read on to find out. Read the full story »