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Karting sensation Emilien Denner to make circuit racing debut in New Zealand

French karting champion Emilien Denner will take his first steps in circuit racing in New Zealand in 2020 in the Castrol Toyota Racing Series. The 17 year old Strasbourg driver will head to the...

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Circuit and e-sports racer Fraga targeting Kiwi title

Brazilian ace Igor Fraga - fresh from a top three finish in the 2019 Formula Regional European Championship - will begin his 2020 racing season with a title challenge in New Zealand's Castrol Toyot...

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Endurance driver joins Toyota Racing Series field for 2020

LMP2 and LMP3 endurance race driver Henning Enqvist is an intriguing addition to the 2020 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. The Swedish driver will join Giles Motorsport for the campaign...

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Chelsea Herbert to contest 2020 Castrol TRS series

New Zealand's Chelsea Herbert is the first Kiwi to be confirmed for the 2020 Castrol Toyota Racing Series, and only the fifth female driver in the sixteen year history of the championship. Today's...

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Cohen confirmed for M2 Competition seat in 2020

Israel's Ido Cohen is the latest driver to be confirmed for New Zealand's Castrol Toyota Racing Series. He will open his 2020 racing season by joining reigning champions M2 Competition for the five...

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Walls back for a second TRS campaign in New Zealand

Up and coming Aussie single seater racer Jackson Walls is set to return for a second season in New Zealand's Castrol Toyota Racing Series. He will re-join the mtec team - recently rebranded and...

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Formula 4 champion targets TRS title in New Zealand

Belgian racer Amaury Cordeel - the 2018 Spanish Formula 4 Champion - is the latest driver to commit to the 2020 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. Cordeel, who won seven races in the...

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From Angola to Aotearoa

Rui Andrade will join the Castrol Toyota Racing Series for the 2020 season - which begins in January - racing for reigning title holder’s M2 Competition. Andrade will be the first Angolan to race i...

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F3 race winner Petersson heads to NZ for 2020 TRS campaign

Fresh from a campaign in British Formula 3, 18 year old Swedish racing driver Lucas Petersson is the second driver to be confirmed for the 2020 Castrol Toyota racing Series in New Zealand and will...

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Axel Gnos first across the line to secure Castrol TRS seat for 2020

Sixteen-year-old Swiss single seater racer Axel Gnos is the first driver to be confirmed for the new-look 2020 Castrol Toyota Racing Series in New Zealand. The youngster has had a busy 2019 to date...

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