Event Statistics Day 1 – Day 1
Event Statistics Day 2 – Day 2
Event Statistics Day 3 – Day 3
6.7a (National Event Championship Scoring) (Manual of Motorsport – MNZ)
In the event of a tie in the number of points at the end of a series, the final
positions will be decided on the basis of the number of best results in the series (number of first places, number of second places etc.). If a further tie exists, it will be decided in the following order, by the better placing in the last, in the last but one, or in the last but two results counting towards the series in question, etc. If a dead heat still exists the riders concerned shall divide among themselves any awards according to their placing.
Jack Sheppard will return in early October to do North Island training weekends and then head South to compete in the New Zealand Moto Trials Championship in Blenheim.
This opportunity is only made possible with help from Taranaki and Ixion Club. Brendon & Cathy at Marlborough Trials Centre in covering Jacks costs.
Also thanks to Kapiti Motorcycles for providing Jack a beta. Alan & Isabel Honeybone, Nick Ball and family & Carl & Siobhan Robson.
Training weekends will be run by Taranaki Club & Ixion Club for their members.
Please inquire for availability if you are not a club member of those clubs.
First training is in Taranaki on the weekend 8/9th of October for more info contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Simon Houghton email@example.com
Second training weekend is with Ixion Club in Wellington 15/16th of October and for more info please contact Ixion contact Phil Costello at firstname.lastname@example.org or Carl Robson at email@example.com 0212725515
22/23/24th October is the MTF NZ Moto Trials Championship in Blenheim and Jack will be competing and also a training day is planned for the Tuesday 25th. Contact Brendon for more info firstname.lastname@example.org 0272303151.
Jack will then head down south with Alan Honeybone for some site seeing before leaving NZ.
Jack Sheppard last made the trip to New Zealand in 2014. We are very fortunate that Jack takes the time to head out this way to share his knowledge. Jack 2011 Youth world champion & former top world round rider. This year is the first year he has not ridden the world championship circuit to concentrate more on riding in the UK British Championship.
Jack this year has had to do all his normal training on and off the bike as well working a full time job. It hasn’t seemed to have affected him to much with sitting in second position in the British Championship and taking a win a few weeks back over James Dabill. Also a very good 4th position in this years Scottish Six Day Trial.
If you get the chance to see Jack ride or get to one of his training days you won’t be disappointed. Jack is really down to earth and always up for a chat. Truly just one of the good guys
MTF NZ Moto Trials Championships
We are over the moon to announce that Jack Sheppard will be competing in NZ again at this years MTF NZ Moto Trials Championships!! Jack is currently running 2nd in the British Championship after 9 rounds, it is fantastic to have someone of Jack’s calibre coming to compete!!
The club’s thanks to Ross, Alan, and Shane for stepping up at very short notice to organize and run this event. The day saw 20 riders turn up, however due to the very heavy rain that started about 10am and continued throughout the morning the section conditions became more and more difficult for the lower grades of rider, hence the large number of DNF’s
For those that stayed the course and great credit to them the link below shows the final scores for this event.
Motorcycling New Zealand – General Manager moving onto new challenges
The Staff, Commissioners and Board of MNZ wish to personally thank our General Manager Vicky Hicks for her efforts and commitment over the past 13 years of which 6 were spent employed as our Operations Manager and 7 as our General Manager. Vicky has also previously worked for MNZ a further 9 years as an office administrator – making a total of 22 years working with us.
Vicky has decided to move on from MNZ as our General Manager and she leaves us to meet new and exciting challenges in her career.
Vicky’s diligent work sees her leaving MNZ in a stable financial and membership level position.
Vicky has been a stalwart of our organisation and she has helped steer us through thick and thin over the many years.
Vicky leaves us on excellent terms and we are all sad to see her go. We wish her the very best for her future.
President – Motorcycling New Zealand Inc