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Welcome to Oceanview Speedway
Its REMITS time...we are holding our Remits meeting at the clubrooms on 31st March at 6.30pm
There will be a petition for you sign against the compulsory HANZ device. Remember you have a voice at this. If you dont attend or have a remit to put forward shows SNZ you are happy with current SNZ rules for your class. If unable to attend but would like to put something forward please put in writing and email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or your Renee Matthews or bring along on Sunday 29th March. thanks
Club Day

March 29th is our Club Day, this includes the Ladies races, Sponser, Mechanics etc races.  This is a way to thank the people who have been there to help you throughout the season

Racing STARTS at 1pm, you will be required to be at the track from 10 or 11am to sign in, scrutineer etc

This is for local cars only and non licensed competitors.

Those that will be racing will need to buy a day license and have the correct gear (Overalls, helmet etc)

If you require any other info please contact Alan


Thank you to all 

AGM date set

The date has been set for this years AGM.  This will be held on the 21st June 2015 at 11am  at the W.S.S.C Clubrooms, Languard Road


fundraising for Kyle
Production Saloon
Congratualations to Ben and John Huijs who raced in Wellington at the Production Saloons Big Bash on the Weekend.  1st Darren McKay (Wellingtion)
good luck

best of luck to Aaron Rose and Amelia Stanley who are racing at the NZ Sidecar Champs this weekend.

Vulcans racing at the Teams Invitation in Palmy tomorrow night

Wanganui Vulcans
Dion Mooney
Sandy Flett
Dan Matthews
Sam Doyle
Shane Kells
Ian Barron


Also on behalf of all of Wanganui Stockcar & Speedway Club, I would like to wish Goon and his aewsome bride to be, all the best for your guys wedding tomorrow 


West Coast Adult Ministocks

i have finally found time to do get around to congratulate the West Coast Adult Ministock winners. Thank you for all the out of town support especially those that participated at Baypark then to drive straight to Oceanview (even though some were later than what Goon liked) After splitting the field into two groups and having two heats per group to get our top 26, we had a run off between 3 cars....1 local 255v and 23p and 98s. 98s Anton Scherrer took the win and the final 26th spot going into the final race. 
As per usual in the non-contact class of ministocks there was the odd push and shove and bumper push (69s & 39p).
Checkered flag was given to 82s Hamish Booker, 2nd 37s Shane Denham and 3rd 88s Conrad Hall - well done guys and thanks to all the Adult Ministock drivers, for coming along and to Sam Doyle for helping rep them



Congrats to all our Youth Ministocks that raced at the M.I.P a few weeks back.   15v Callum (Traction) Sturzaker taking 2nd in the juniors out of about 33 odd competitors.    (photo courtesy of PS3 Photography)

 First night ICallum got a 1st from grid 9, next race he had grid 9 again and won another. Then had the last race starting from 24th and knew he had a bit of work to do ended up getting 10th.

Second night Callum had a 5th from 16th then a dnf from 24th, smashed the end of the bumper around.  Last race he needed to get a 1st, 2nd or 3rd to get on the podium which Callum ended up getting 2nd from 2.

Callum would like to say big thanks to everyone for getting his car out for last race! Thanks mike, mum and Mooney (Kaelin) and sponsors.

2nz Jnr M.I.P!!

Also we cannon forget the other local Youth "v" for representing us all...5v Trazarn Ryland-Annabell, 16v  Joel James, 52v  Josh Potaka, 777v Shay Bennett-Hintz.  Great support guys


change of race meetings

Due to neighbour tracks running bigger race meetings on the same day we pencilled into run the last of our West Coast Youth Ministocks, we have made a decision to move the final heat to April 11th 6pm.   

Please keep watch on the Race Calender on the website

thank you to all 

Show your support

Huge ups to McKenzie Motorsport from Nelson; check this out:

"As most of you are aware, Kyle Heibner is in icu at Wellington Hospital due to a racing incident at Wanganui speedway on February the 14th.Here is your chance to support a true “warrior”.

Together with our friends from other racing teams around the country we have put together two raffles in which all money raised from the tickets sold will be donated to Kyle’s family.

Each raffle will have 500 tickets (numbered 1-500) at $5 each, both raffles to be drawn on Saturday the 28th at the end of the South Island Superstock title.

To purchase a raffle ticket please either private mail this page, myself (Dale McKenzie) or Shaloe Lammas with which raffle you want to enter and what ticket numbers you would like and we will reply with confirmation and account details.

#1 Raffle contains (Adults): 1x 2nzp Hoodie (size to be advised), 1x Wanagnui Warriors Hoodie (size to be advised), 1x Xl Signed Nelson Tigers T-Shirt, 1x Xl Mark Osbourne T-Shirt, 1x Signed Peter Rees T-Shirt (size of your choice) 1x Peter Rees Beanie, 1x Joblin Motorsport Singlet (size of your choice), 1x 2015 McKenzie Motorsport T-Shirt (Size of your choice), 1x A4 Canvas Of Kyle and Assorted stickers.

#2 Raffle contains (Kids): 1x 112p T-Shirt (size to be advised), 1x Peter Rees Flag, 1x Mark Osbourne T-Shirt (size 4), 1x 2015 McKenzie Motorsport Hoodie (size of your choice), 1x Signed Nelson Tigers Flag, 2x Poster Prints Of Kyle, 1x Glow Stick Party Box and Assorted stickers.

(Note, some items may change or be added before raffle end)

Huge thanks to everyone that has donated to make this happen.

You can do this Kyle, we are all behind you mate!

Account details are:
D J McKenzie

The Warriors really want to thank McKenzie Motorsport for getting this off the ground; your generous support is truly appreciated. There are plans percolating locally, but no announcements will be made in the meantime. Kyle's recovery is the sole focus right at the moment.

Speedway sometimes gets a bad rap, but the speedway fraternity has been magnificent this week. Thank you everyone.




Finally have a winner for the Charlie Berntsen trophy. The final heat was raced last night however no one was in the mood for presentations etc. Congrats to 6v Dion Mooney taking the trophy, 2nd 88v Ian Barron and 3rd 34p Rob Mason. Well done guys

Next up result was the West Coast Production Saloons.....more congrats to 53v John Carid (5x winner in a row now) 2nd 63h Peter Cradock and 3rd 17v Steven Davie well done to all that competed today and last night


  Update 23.02.15

Today Kyle opened his eyes, he has had his ventilator tube removed. He has spoken a few words and is able to squeeze our hands etc.
We have a long road ahead, but he is a fighter and he will continue to get stronger. 
All of your support has been incredible and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Keep it coming, it's working people! 
Donna and Steve

We really appreciate Donna's willingness to keep people updated on Kyle's progress. But we also know that people want to know how he is getting on because they genuinely care about him. Please keep Kyle, Donna, Steve and Annaliese in your thoughts and prayers; we cannot begin to imagine what they are going through.






We have a number of our local Youth Ministock representing the mighty 'V' this weekend in Rotorua

Best of luck to those taking part

5v Trazarn Ryland-Annabell

15v Callum Sturzaker

16v Joel James 

52v Josh Potaka

777v Shay Bennett-Hintz

Just heard Callum got a win in his heat

Trazarn 4th in his heat 

15v  Callum got 2 wins out of 2  


West Coast Superstocks 2014-15 and youths



Due to the number of Youths racing at The M.I.P this weekend and only having a small handful of cars left, we will not be racing the Youth Ministock class on 14.02.15

thank you 

Charlie and W.C Supers points as they stand

The points as they stand before the rain decided to halt proceedings to our last meeting.  As mentioned the final race for the Charlie and W.C Supers will be raced onthe 14th Feb before the scheduled meeting takes place.

 Charlie Berntsen Trophy points after 2 heats are as follows:   

50  88v   Ian Barron 
49  6v   Dion Mooney 
43  15v   Kyle Heibner
43  772p   Kyle Lampp
41 992p   Taylor Lampp
40   34p   Rob Mason
38 898v   Sandy Flett
31     8v   Jamie Baguley
28   24v   Wayne Wright
28    10v   Dion Black
25 181p   Peter Gordon
25    82v   Dennis Black
25   36v   Chris Annabell
24   14v   Dan Matthews
23   19p   Jason Wright
21   89v   Blair Lockett 
20   39v   Josh Annabell
18   11v  Richard Sorenson
17    71v   Steve Read
15   78v   Mark Johnston
14   33p   Brad Powell
13   49p   Chet Swan 
10   52v   Fatty
 9   22h   Les Hepworth
 7   97v   Brendon Mallinder
 0   17v   Sam Doyle 
 0    77v   Brad Firweather

 Points for the West Coast Superstocks after 2 heats

36  94p   William Humphries 


 39s   Michel Willemsen
32  56v   Kerry Podjursky
31   27b   Shane Warner
27   53v   Carl Burns
27   44p   Brendon Sharland
26   95p   Clive Elliott
24   23b   Wayne Talbot
24    6p   Bevan Clarke
20   88p   Jack Miers
19   15v   Kyle Heibner
16   99v   Richard Watkins
12   36p   Jake Baker
11  112v   Shaun Pearson
 8    17p   Kenley Brown
 7    93p   James Soane
 6   54v   Bevan Humphrey
 0   23v   Scott Duncan
 0   92v   Aimee Barnes
 0  432v   Mark Cromarty







Here's the moment when the 2015 Enzed Superstock Teams Champs was won and lost.

Graham Hughes from Sportsweb has captured another stunning action shot (and action replay of Podjursky/Smith in 2008). Dion Mooney got a great shot in on 2NZ Peter Bengston, and took him high up the turn 3 wall.

But look closely at the front of the 56V tank; Dion's at a bit of a disadvantage, with no left front wheel, and the car sitting lower as a result. To even have nobbled the man who is arguably the best teams racer in the country when your car is semi-disabled is an achievement in itself. Sadly for us, Bengston managed to get down, and although heavily battle scarred, he'd built enough of a cushion to go on and win the race.

There will be some sore bodies this morning after two night of hard racing. We wish every driver a speedy recovery, especially Bryce Steiner, Lance Ashton and Simon Joblin, and we thank them all for a massive weekend on entertainment.

Youth Ministocks

With the M.I.P being held over the same weekend of our next meeting 14th Feb, we would like to know if any youths not going would be keen to race at our track. 

This will be a normal meeting NOT the continuation of the W.C Youth ministocks.  If you are interested could you please let Daryl James know  before next Tuesday evening 027 243 9336

thank you for your support 

Racing Review 31.01.15

The Wanganui speedway faithful had been looking forward to this meeting for some time. The lead-up weather was great, and big fields were expected, especially for the sought-after Charlie Berntsen Trophy. Then along came Murphy and his Law!

A shower of rain a couple of hours before racing was due to start left the track very wet. The Golden Oldies did their best to wheel-pack before and during their first race, and actually left the racing surface in reasonable shape for the first Charlie heat.

27 Stockcars faced the starter, and 36V Chris Annabel hit the lead early. 88V Ian Barron made his way to the front when Annabel hit traffic problems, only to be passed by 6V Dion Mooney with a lap to go. Mooney held on to win, backing up from his third placing in the Manawatu Championships the previous weekend. Kyle Heibner took a comfortable win in the second heat from 992P Taylor Lampp and 181P Peter Gordon. Barron and Mooney finished fourth and sixth respectively.

An impressive 20 Superstocks rolled out for Heat One of the West Coast Superstocks, with visitors from Stratford, Palmerston North and Hawke’s Bay. Jack Miers had problems with the 88P ex-Ewers machine, and watched from the infield. Kerry Podjursky was first out of the southern bend, and with the 56V tank running beautifully took the win from 15V Kyle Heibner and William Humphries in the 98P car. Light drizzle began falling just as the cars gridded up for the second heat. Miers got a flying start, whilst Podjursky was spun exiting turn two. The track got more and more slippery as the race progressed, and Miers was never threatened, winning from 39S Michael Willemsen and Humphries.

The rain had turned the track into a skating rink, and it was no surprise when racing was adjourned to midday Sunday. However Murphy wasn’t finished, and steady rain on Sunday morning led to the meeting being abandoned.

Points from the first two heats will stand, and the final heats will be run as part of the next meeting at Oceanview, on Saturday 14th February. In the Charlie Berntsen Trophy, Ian Barron leads on 50 points, closely followed by Dion Mooney on 49, with a gap to Kyle Heibner and Kyle Lampp (772P) who sit third on 43 points. It is hoped all drivers can return on the 14th.

In the West Coast Superstocks there are four drivers within four points. William Humphries leads on 36 points, closely followed by Michael Willemsen on 34, Kerry Podjursky on 32 and 27B Shane Warner on 31.

The West Coast Youth Ministocks title was also weather-affected. 58S Bailey Betts and 247P David Marshall had a win apiece, and the Stratford driver leads his Palmerston North rival by one point with a final heat to be run on a date to be advised.

This could have been the meeting of the season to date, but the weather had the final say. Here’s hoping for a fine evening in two weeks when hostilities resume.

Written by Tony Stuart 


National Stockcar Teams

The Vulcans have been named for the NZ Stockcar Teams....







 good luck to you all 




Information on new date etc to follow later in week 

 14th Feb....this is how it goes.......

the points for the Charlie and W.C Supers from 31.01.15 still stand as they were left on the night.
We will run the final races for each of the above then start with race program for the 14.02.15.
THE W.C. YOUTH WILL BE RUN AT A LATER DATE YET TO CONFIRMED. If there is any queries or problems, please txt or ring Goon himself and he will answer your questions instead of you all trying to guess
31st Jan

Racing starts at 7pm, General Admission gate open from 5pm.  Bring a picnic or a large variety of food available at the track

No eftpos available at the gate.

Family $35.00, adult $15.00 and children $5 

Charlie Berntsen Stockcar Trophy, West Coast Superstocks, West Coast Youth Ministocks, Sidecars  Golden Oldies and Adult Ministocks

Sorry No Production Saloons this meeting

Please notify your rep if you are NOT racing otherwise see you all trackside 


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