The twenty year history of the Levin Motor Racing Circuit, New Zealand 1956-1976. A little circuit with a big history. The Levin Motor Racing Circuit was host to some of the world's best drivers during it's twenty year life-span. Born from an idea by Ron Frost and first opened in 1956, it has a rich history with many milestone events. A chance for up-comers to compete against the best, the likes of Graham McRae and Chris Amon began their racing careers at the little circuit with the big following. In a meeting-by-meeting recount of those twenty years, this book contains entry lists, results and narrative published for each major race event. A project started by Murray and Colleen Carkeek, the content is taken from records of the day, finishing with a recap from some of those who were part of the circuit's history.
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