New Zealand Supercars Return Announced
The Australian series will reinstate its annual trip across the Tasman next season, New Zealand having missed out on a round this year.That was due to the closure of the Pukekohe circuit, Supercars struggling to find a suitable replacement venue, and secure federal government funding, in time for the 2023 schedule.Taupo has since been nominated as the new Kiwi home for Supercars, with the date for the event set for April next year.
Annual Trip Across the Tasman
The Supercars series has announced that it will be reinstating its annual trip across the Tasman next season, after New Zealand missed out on a round this year. The closure of the Pukekohe circuit posed a challenge for Supercars, as they had to find a suitable replacement venue and secure federal government funding in time for the 2023 schedule.
New Home for Supercars
Taupo has now been nominated as the new Kiwi home for Supercars. The event is scheduled to take place in April next year. This decision provides an exciting opportunity for racing fans in New Zealand to witness the exhilarating races firsthand.
Struggles to Find a Suitable Replacement Venue
The closure of the Pukekohe circuit presented Supercars with the challenge of finding a suitable replacement venue. Despite the difficulties, the organizers managed to identify Taupo as a suitable location for the event. This decision ensures that the Supercars series can continue its tradition of visiting New Zealand.
Eagerly Anticipated Return
The return of the Supercars series to New Zealand is eagerly anticipated by motorsport enthusiasts. The absence of a round in New Zealand this year was disappointing for fans, but the announcement of the event in Taupo has generated excitement among both local and international spectators.