Drivers Day currently promotes driving experiences and hot lap rides at the four top Motorsport circuits in the North Island of New Zealand. Read about the circuits below, and click the links to see all the available experiences at each circuit.

Pukekohe Park Raceway, Auckland

Location: 40 minutes from Auckland City.

Pukekohe Park Raceway is a fast and well liked track amongst racing enthusiasts and continues to play a vital part in New Zealand Motorsport. It was opened in 1963 as a permanent track, replacing Ardmore (an aerodrome) as the host circuit of the New Zealand Grand Prix. More recently, with it’s updated layout, it’s again become home of the V8 Supercars.

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Taupo Motorsport Park

Location: 5 minutes from Taupo City.

Ricoh Taupo Motorsport Park (also known as the Taupo Race Track) is a premier driving experiences and Motorsport facility in Taupo, New Zealand. It has hosted many of the biggest Motorsport events in the country, including the A1 Grand Prix, V8 Supertourers, NZV8’s, D1NZ and Truck Racing.

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Manfeild Autocourse, Manawatu

Location: 14 kilometres from Palmerston North.

Manfeild’s world-class, 3km main circuit has hosted spectacular racing since opening in 1973. From club events up to full international meetings including the New Zealand Grand Prix, national and international championship V8 racing and endurance events. Within walking distance from Feilding, voted New Zealand’s most beautiful town.

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mike pero motorsport park ruapuna christchurch

Mike Pero Motorsport Park (Ruapuna) Christchurch

Location: 13 kilometres west of Christchurch.

Widely known simply as ‘Ruapuna’, the circuit was officially named Powerbuilt Raceway at Ruapuna Park, but is now Mike Pero Motorsport Park, Ruapuna.

The track is 3.33 kilometres in a counter-clockwise direction with many fast sweeping corners. It rewards smooth and tidy drivers. It’s a permanent motor racing circuit owned by Canterbury Car Club Inc. The track was opened in November 1963, and hosted the New Zealand Grand Prix in 1998 and 1999. It is located at 107 Hasketts Road in Templeton, 13 kilometres west of Christchurch, New Zealand.

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