Last Visited - 2019
Track Distance - 1/4 mile
Facilities - Average
City/Town - Huntly, North Island, New Zealand
Website - www.huntlyspeedway.co.nz
Facebook - Huntly Facebook
Location - Huntly Speedway is located a couple of kilometres
off State Highway 1 just north of Huntly. If approaching from the north take the Huntly
off ramp. Just before you get to the township itself, take a left turn towards the coal mine. There
is normally a large sign for the speedway at this corner. Drive to the coal mine and just before you enter
the mine turn left. Follow this road to the track. If approaching from the south, you're probably best to exit
the highway at Taupiri and make your way through Huntly, turning right when you exit Huntly.
Parking - A sting in the tail when you arrive to the
track. A $2 charge is the norm for parking your car. People will direct
you where to park. Other options are limited though there are a few roadside
spots between the public entrance and the competitor entrance. For large meetings the club
has a good relationship with nearby property owners and you might end up there.
Premiere Meeting - Since the demise of the Supercars round in Hamilton, Speedfest has fallen off
the schedule. These days the Superstock Teams meeting in November could be considered the best show on the
Also worth attending - Maybe a Waikato Superstock title? The annual calendar could do with another
marquee event or two.
Best spot to sit - Spectator terracing suffers from a lack
of height. Wooden benches are supplied but bring some cushioning for your
posterior. There are limited spots to erect a deck chair. I suggest you leave them at home.
Classes run - Youth Ministocks, Stockcars, Superstocks, Production
Saloons, Saloons, Super Saloons, Modifieds.
Uniqueness - Huntly is a versatile track and is capable of hosting and showcasing the best that
any class has to offer if track conditions permit. The trickiest part of the track is normally getting
into turn one. The track is symmetrical and lacks any major banking.