Motoring

Hill climb question for speed championship leader

The leader of the Otago Sports Car Club's speed championship could be in for a challenge at the club's hill climb this Sunday. Kaikorai Valley...

Epic journey behind T-bird

American cars have long been a passion for Paul Coory. The Kinmont resident owns 12 of them. And that passion is in the blood, Mr Coory...

Passion for cars becomes customising

A Dunedin car enthusiast has turned his passion into a business. Knops Automotive and Engineering owner operator Timothy Low rented garage space on Mason St...

Holdens on show

More than a thousand car fans visited the Edgar Centre in Dunedin last Saturday to check out some impressive machines at the 2017 Holden...

Holden on to the Oz band

Holden lovers will assemble in Dunedin this weekend to share their love for the car maker. The 14th New Zealand Holden Nationals will feature more than...

Gilmour set on Otago Rally win

Dunedin driver Emma Gilmour is clear about her ambitions in her 14th Otago Rally, which starts in Dunedin tomorrow. "We really want to win." Victory would...

Classics get out on Scotsman’s rally

Seventeen drivers from the Otago Classic Motoring Club took in the sights of Central Otago on the club's annual "Scotsman's Rally" last weekend. The drivers...

1932 Alvis a family affair

George Tofield's 1932 Alvis did not get on the road much during his son's early years. "It had been a monument in our garage for...

Brothers taking the long way in Mongol Rally

Supposedly, men are not great at asking for directions. Two former Taieri College pupils preparing to drive the 20,000km Mongol Rally in July do not...

Drivers tame the gully climb

Kaikorai Valley driver James Mitchell remained on top in the Mikes Cars Otago Sports Car Club Speed Championship after recording the fastest time in...

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