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Saloons

Saloon cars are similar to the Super Saloons, but with additional restrictions. They are also the fastest growing National class here in New Zealand.

A Saloon body must resemble a road-going vehicle, which makes them recognisable for spectators.

Just because they're recognisable, don't make the mistake of thinking racing a Saloon Car is easy. Saloons can be even more challenging to drive than Super Saloons, as all settings must be decided and made before the car goes out on to the track. That's where having a great pit crew can be the difference between winning and losing.

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'T' Drivers

Race Number Name
(7t)

Ivan Murdoch

(15t)

Phil Burgess

(4t)

Anita Sloop

(25t)

Mike Verdoner

(28t)

Barry Taylor

(55t)

Steve Robertson

(83t)

Russell Erskine

(19t)

Gary Woods

(87t)

Lyndon Houliston

(21i)

Graham Williamson

(17t)

Raymond Phillips

(47t)

George Phillips