We’re so hyped for this event! Check out Will Roegge’s teaser video filmed at the media day that we attended last month (coverage in this current issue).
Castrol Edge D1NZ round two took place at Pukekohe Park Raceway over the weekend, after two days of carnage – mostly at the hands of the infamous sweeper – Curt Whittaker in the Whittaker Motorsport R34 took the well-earned first place over Cole Armstrong in the V R34, while D1NZ newcomer Darren Benjamin claimed third after also earning no.1 qualifier.
If you weren’t at Pukekohe today you will have missed out on one of the most eventful days in New Zealand drifting history. A big congrats to Curt Whittaker and the Whittaker Motorsport team for taking out Round 2 of D1NZ in association with Castrol Edge. Curt met Cole Armstrong in his V R34 in the final and Gaz Whiter lost to newcomer Darren Benjamin for 3rd. Shane Poulton took out Pro-Am with Cam Vernon in 2nd and Joe Kyle in third. We will have a full event summary and gallery up Monday morning, but for now, we’re off to the afterparty!
D1NZ The National Drifting Championship moves to Pukekohe Park Raceway this weekend, in association with Castrol Edge. Pukekohe is the track that strikes fear in many drivers hearts because its home of the fastest entry speed in the world. Last year top speed went to Curt Whittaker with 196kph, will it be topped?
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