The Final Classic Festival at Pukekohe

Event
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Pukekohe

Sat 4th - Mon 6 Feb 2023

Pukekohe Park Raceway
250 Manukau Road
Pukekohe


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Pukekohe Park Raceway Manukau Road
Pukekohe
New Zealand

THE FINAL at PUKEKOHE - 43rd NZCMRR CLASSIC FESTIVAL – FEBRUARY 4-6 2023

For those of you not in the know the horse fraternity, that run the overall Pukekohe Raceway, announced in September of 2022 that all motorsport events would cease from the beginning of April 2023 and the circuit will be demolished. So if you have ever considered attending this iconic event, which has run at Pukekohe since 1980, then February will be your final opportunity.

Friday will be a track day for the racers to fine-tune their skills for the rest of the weekend.

Saturday and Sunday see racers compete for points and trophies, each race event is from 4-6 laps for the Classics (bikes from 1927-1976) and 6-9 laps for the Post Classic (1977-1995).

At this final Pukekohe are extremely privileged to host 3 iconic Britten V1000 bikes, to be demonstrated each lunch time by Britten race riders Steve Briggs, Andrew Stroud and Chuck Honeycutt (from USA) along with 4 Rodger Freeth McIntosh Suzuki motorcycles and on display is Kenny Smith’s F5000 Lola car.

On the Sunday at lunchtime not only will the display bikes be out but also Kenny Smith’s car and a Spitfire will fly over. On the Monday we will be having Road bike Parades at the conclusion of the race events.

Tickets and pricing

  • $80 Weekend pass, includes CSC camping 
  • $25 for One Day Pass on Saturday
  • $40 for One Day pass Sunday
  • $25 for One Day pass on  Monday (+ $25 if you want to ride the track, $10 extra for a pillion).
  • $10 for a event programme (available at the gate)

 

Certified Self Contained Motorcaravan Parking

Weekend ticket holders ($80 per person payable at the gate) can access the circuit from Thursday to grab their prime campsite, under the trees, for the weekend.

Included in your pass:

  • Camping and access the circuit from Thursday at 5pm (or Friday from 7am). 
  • Showers and portaloos along with club displays and a big marquee display of unique motorcycles.
  • Food trucks, club displays and product sales 
  • Access to the pit area, via the overbridge, so you can come on over and see up close the over 430 racing bikes and meet some of the 320+ event entrants.

Additional Information

  • CSC vehicles only 
  • No pets as the venue is also a race course
  • You must vacate on Monday 6 February 
Alan Rogers
Alan Rogers