5 November 2016
Service at Marae 10am
Followed by unveiling
To be advised
Information about Remit Meeting, Annual Prizegiving & Dinner, and Annual General Meeting
Available on News page
Hi all and welcome to the Taipa Stock and Saloon Car Club Inc.
Please feel free to browse all of our pages. Here you will find information about upcoming events, results and reviews, photo's and video's, driver and class details also some historic information. We feel sure that you will find some very exciting information with-in or even recognise your favourite racer or car or both.
Better still, come to the track on race day which you will find included on the Calendar page and become a regular supporter of our club. Join in on the fun at prize giving, have a bbq with the racers and their families or even enjoy a beer or non alcoholic beverage all at very affordable prices.
Membership is easy as well. Approach any club member on a race day and they will direct you to the right person. Become a non-racing member or a full racing member. Learn how you can become a racer as well. Any member will be only too happy to help you with any enquiry. 2016/2017 Season Fees are listed below.
So if you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact the committee who's contact details can be found on the Contacts page.
Public Entry Fees.
Child (from 5 years to 14 years): $3.00
Group: 2 Adults, up to 4 Children (from 5 to 14 years) $20.00
Club Membership Fees.
Full Racing Member: $90.00
Non-Racing Member: $45.00
Junior Member: $35.00
Day Licence: $25.00
Taipa Speedway and CTRA
Taipa Speedway is a family based club situated in the Far North. The track was established in the late 1980s, thanks to the passion and enthusiasm of the Poharama Family. Percy and Mere Poharama over the years have been feature drivers on our track until Percy's untimely death on the 6th June 2010. Mere is still an active member of the club and races in C Grade.
Taipa Speedway is part of the Circle Track Racing Association (CTRA). The CTRA was started by Barry Butterworth (well known and successful Auckland speedway racer) back in 1987.
The Taipa Speedway track is well known for its red clay surface. The track is carved out of the landscape and a base of red clay laid. The clay is then compacted. The infield of the track is earth.
In order for our race days to be successful we require the work of many volunteers. These jobs include; In Field, Public Announcer, Water Truck, Flags, First Response Vehicle, Lap Scorers, Starter Flag, Tractor Driver, Scrutineer. .
Photo: Allen Boyed