Toyota Racing Series Championship

Championship Regulations Published
PDF icon 2015-16 Schedule CH.pdf
PDF icon CH-16-A001.pdf Thursday, 5 November, 2015
PDF icon CH-16-A002.pdf Monday, 14 December, 2015
PDF icon CH-16-A003.pdf Saturday, 16 January, 2016
PDF icon CH-16-A004.pdf Tuesday, 19 January, 2016

Competition Class Regulations

Technical Regulation Published Article/Technical
PDF icon TRS-16-T002.pdf Sat 16 Jan '16 Technical Regulation
PDF icon TRS-16-A003.pdf Wed 13 Jan '16 Article
PDF icon TRS-16-T001.pdf Wed 13 Jan '16 Technical Regulation
PDF icon TRS-16-A002.pdf Tue 12 Jan '16 Article
PDF icon TRS-16-A001.pdf Thu 17 Dec '15 Article

Toyota Racing Series Championship Series

Round Date Venue
1 16-17 January 2016 Mike Pero Motorsport Park, Christchurch
2 23-24 January 2016 Teretonga Park, Invercargill
3 29-31 January 2016 Hampton Downs, Waikato
4 6-7 February 2016 Taupo Motorsport Park
5 12-14 February 2016 Manfeild Circuit, Feilding [NZGP]

 

Toyota Racing Series Championship Points

Pos Car No. Name Hometown Total Rd1 Rd2 Rd3 Rd4
1 31 Lando Norris Great Britain 735 171 209 138 217
2 5 Pedro Piquet Brazil 649 109 162 195 183
3 33 Guanya Zhou China 634 163 126 171 174
4 6 Jehan Daruvala India 626 140 142 181 163
5 86 Brendon Leitch Invercargill, NZ 597 130 170 152 145
6 62 Ferdinand Habsburg Austria 550 184 119 120 127
7 10 Artem Markelov Russia 493 181 165 77 70
8 40 James Munro Christchurch, NZ 455 78 91 151 135
9 11 Taylor Cockerton Pukekohe, NZ 406 96 88 105 117
10 17 Devlin DeFrancesco Canada 361 102 73 84 102
11 25 Bruno Baptista Brazil 341 78 71 78 114
12 67 Antoni Ptak Poland 327 103 82 118 24
13 15 Kami Laliberte Canada 299 66 62 105 66
14 23 William Owen USA 293 58 95 53 87
15 26 Timothe Buret France 274 100 54 74 46
16 4 Theo Bean USA 222 38 70 44 70
17 13 Rodrigo Baptista Brazil 206 46 72 70 18
18 21 Nicolas Dapero Argentina 196 61 97 14 24
19 18 Julian Hanses Germany 158 44 50 44 20

updated 7/2/16 after Round 4 of 5 - provisional

The only class in New Zealand motorsport that offers aspiring racers vital experience with wings, slicks and composite technologies, TRS is Toyota’s commitment to nurturing our next generation of top level racing talent. These cars lap New Zealand circuits more than six seconds faster than Formula Ford and faster than an NZ Touring Car. Not only is the series New Zealand’s premier open-wheeler category and the focus of the New Zealand Grand Prix, it has now come of age as the final step for local drivers heading offshore to prove themselves internationally.

Official Series Websitewww.toyota.co.nz/racing/toyota-racing-series