Work has started on the new hard stand area that will be an asset for users of Teretonga Park.
The area, in the circuit’s pit/paddock area, will provide a flat area for competitors and it has been designed to complement any future developments at Teretonga Park.
It will be in use when the Castrol Toyota Racing Series visits the circuit over the weekend of 18-20 January.
Southland Sports Car Club President and competitor Rachael Beck says the flat pad is Stage 1 of a bigger project and that the club is grateful to Community Trust South and the ILT Foundation for their support of the project. Rachael also acknowledged the work of SouthRoads and Bonisch Consultants on the development.
Chair of the Teretonga Race Committee, Bevan Gerrard said it will be in use for the Toyota Racing Series visit and suitable for Clubsport and all sorts of things.
Project Manager from SouthRoads, club member and competitor Jordan Michels, says it is great to have been racing at Teretonga Park on Sunday in the South Island Formula 1600 Championship and then back working on development of the paddock area of the circuit the following day.
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