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Street Class

Street class is for all road-legal cars on road tyres. Street class will be split between 2WD and 4WD, and have an overall Street King.

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Street class cars must:

  • Be a recognised production model from a vehicle manufacturer.
  • Have a current Warrant of Fitness (WoF).
  • Display a current Registration (not on hold).
  • Be LVV Certified for any modifications as required for WoF.
  • Run on Road tyres with a treadwear rating of 180 or above. If you are unsure of the treadwear rating, please contact the manufacturer before purchasing your tyres of choice. Competitors wishing to use tyres with a treadwear rating of 179 or less should enter the Pro Street class.
  • Have operational headlights (lowbeam & highbeam).
  • Have both driver and passenger seats fitted safely.
  • Have a factory-style dashboard and door cards.
Street class cars may have:
  • Roll protection (full roll-cages must be MSNZ homologated and present with an Authority Card), aerodynamic modifications, engine modifications including full engine swaps, and weight reduction so long as they are still road legal and comply to Safety Schedule A of the NZ Motorsport Manual.
Street cars must not:
  • Be driven by Professional drivers. Professional drivers wishing to participate in the NZ Superlap Series should enter the Pro Open class.
  • Be a ‘team’ entry. This means that only one driver is permitted per Street Class car entry throughout the season (dual drivers under separate entries in a single car are still permitted). Teams wishing to enter a single car with multiple drivers should enter the Pro Open class.
  • Be Supercars (this includes Nissan Skyline R35 GTR). Entrants wishing to participate in the NZ Superlap Series in a Supercar should enter the Pro Street or Pro Open classes.

Street King

The Street King Championship is an invitation to all Street Cars to come and race your mates and prove once and for all who has the faster car or who is the better driver! Street class is split into 2 categories; 4WD and 2WD. Street cars must be run on road tyres (no semi slicks) and fit into the Street class (see above).

Pro Street Class

Pro Street class is for all road-legal cars on semi-slick tyres. Pro Street class will be split between 2WD and 4WD, and have an overall Pro Street Champion.

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Pro Street class cars must:
  • Be a recognised production model from a vehicle manufacturer.
  • Have a current Warrant of Fitness (WoF).
  • Display a current Registration (not on hold).
  • Be LVV Certified for any modifications as required for WoF
  • Run road or semi slick tyres. Pro Street cars may run on any tyres eligible for Street class, or on tyres with a treadwear rating of 179 or less, specifically excluding slick type tyres such as:
    • Hand-grooved slicks
    • Dual grooved slicks (Hankook ventus z214, Hoosier Drag Radials etc)
Competitors wishing to use tyres from this exclusion list should enter the Exhibition class.

Pro Street class cars may have:
  • Roll protection (full roll-cages must be MSNZ homologated and present with an Authority Card), aerodynamic modifications, engine modifications including full engine swaps, and weight reduction so long as they are still road legal and comply to Safety Schedule A of the NZ Motorsport Manual.
Pro Street cars must not:
  • Be driven by Professional drivers. Professional drivers wishing to participate in the NZ Superlap Series should enter the Pro Open class.
  • Be a ‘team’ entry. This means that only one driver is permitted per Street Class car entry throughout the season (dual drivers under separate entries in a single car are still permitted). Teams wishing to enter a single car with multiple drivers should enter the Pro Open class.

Pro Street Champion

The Pro Street Champion is an invitation to all Pro Street Cars to come and race your mates and prove once and for all who has the faster car or who is the better driver! Pro Street class is split into 2 categories; 4WD and 2WD. Pro Street cars must fit into the Pro Street class (see above).

Pro Open Class

Pro Open class is for race cars on semi-slick tyres

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Pro Open class cars must:
  • Be based on a recognised production model from a vehicle manufacturer (space-framed cars or non-production chassis cars can still be eligible to run in the NZ Superlap Series, but only on an exhibition basis and will not receive trophies or series points).
  • Run on Road tyres or Semi-slick tyres specifically excluding slick type tyres such as:
    • Hand-grooved slicks
    • Dual grooved slicks (Hankook ventus z214, Hoosier Drag Radials etc)
Note that full slick tyres are no longer permitted for Pro Open. Competitors wishing to use full slicks or tyres from this exclusion list should enter the Exhibition class. Please see below for our recommended Pro Open car tyres.

Pro Open class cars may have:
  • Roll protection (full roll-cages must be MSNZ homologated and present with an Authority Card, if required), aerodynamic modifications, engine modifications including full engine swaps, and weight reduction so long as they comply to Safety Schedule A of the NZ Motorsport Manual.
  • Professional Drivers
  • Team entries. This means multiple drivers can drive the car throughout the season, with the points earned accruing to a single entry for the vehicle. However only one driver per round unless using separate entries.
New rules for the 2017-2018 season are listed above in bold.

For a full list of Rules and Regs, click below.

Not sure which class you belong in? Contact us!

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