New Zealand Grand Prix
|Number of times held||60 (as of 2015)|
|Most wins (drivers)|| Stirling Moss (3)
Jack Brabham (3)
Craig Baird (3)
Ken Smith (3)
Nick Cassidy (3)
|Most wins (constructors)||Tatuus (10)|
|Circuit length||3.033 km (1.885 mi)|
|Race length||106.155 km (65.962 mi)|
|Last race (2015)|
The New Zealand Grand Prix, sometimes known as the New Zealand International Grand Prix, is an annual motor racing event held in New Zealand first run in 1950. Currently it is the signature race of the Toyota Racing Series. It is one of only two current national Grand Prix events that are not part of the Formula One Calendar, the other being the Macau Grand Prix. Once an important race on the international calendar, most notably when it was a part of the Tasman Series, with the current domination of Formula One the race has become rather less prestigious. Manfeild Autocourse in Feilding has hosted the event since 2008, and will continue to do so until 2017.
New Zealand Grand Prix winners
- Grand Prix a brand http://www.motorsport.org.nz/Race/news/news1Aug07NZGP.pdf
- "High-speed space for sale at Manfeild". MotorSport NZ (MotorSport New Zealand). 8 December 2014. Retrieved 15 February 2015.
Manfeild has been home to the Grand Prix since 2008 and holds host rights through to 2017.
|This article related to sport in New Zealand is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|