Wild Bunch racing is coming back to New Zealand in a big way with two meetings scheduled and a field of 22 for the first meeting at Masterton Motorplex on January 4 & 5, 2020. Blown Doorslammers of New Zealand has added a Wild Bunch section to the website menu, where you can find more details including driver and car profiles.
First 5 second Top Doorslammer pass in New Zealand
New Zealand drag racing history was added to on 16 November, 2019, when Barry Plumpton recorded the first Top Doorslammer 5 second pass in New Zealand. Read more.
Is the worlds fastest Maverick heading to a new home in New Zealand?
Scott Palmers Maverick is believed to be heading to a new home in NZ. Read more.
Nigel Dixon announces new sponsor for 2019/20 season
Nigel Dixon is very happy to announce that he has C&R Developments coming on board to the Dixon Motorsport/Kruzin Kustoms Top Doorslammer. Read more.
Wild Bunch NZ announces new sponsor for 2019/20 season
Wild Bunch NZ in association with Kumeu Classic Car and Hot Rod Festival is proud to announce the official return of the breed. Read more.
New Larry Jeffers Race Cars Camaro heading to New Zealand
A new Larry Jeffers Race Cars Camaro is heading to New Zealand. Read more.
Barry Plumpton's Australian Tour
Barry Plumpton shipped his car to Australia to see how he would go with more events under his belt. Read more.
Trevor Smith's Australian Tour
Trevor Smith shipped his car to Australia after installing a Hemi engine. Read more.
Barry Plumpton wins the final round of the 2019 Kiwi Thunder Series and takes the championship.
The NZDRA Nationals meeting, at Masterton Motorplex on March 23 & 24, incorporated the last round of the Kiwi Thunder Group One National Series. Read more. Points after Round 4 (TBA)
Rod Benjes wins the 2019 IHRA Nationals.
The 2019 IHRA Nationals, at Meremere Dragway on March 9 & 10, saw Rod Benjes become the first two time winner in the Kiwi Thunder Group One National Series. Read more. Kiwi Thunder Points after Round 3