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Mitch Evans on his recent NZ wins

Mitch Evans sprung to prominence with a debut GP3 win at the Spanish GP in 2011 and thus heads into 2012 as a major GP3 front-runner. Supported by Red Bull Racing’s Mark Webber, and contracted to the MW Arden GP3 team, Mitch nonetheless returned to his native New Zealand in January and early February to contest the last two rounds of the ultra-competitive Toyota NZ Race Series. He won first time out, at Hampton Downs, and was leading the New Zealand Grand Prix, at Manfield, when an electrical problem robbed him of victory only eight laps from the finish.

Nick Cassidy on his 2012 TRS Championship win

Nick Cassidy, the very talented 17-year-old New Zealander, clinched the 2012 Toyota NZ Race Series with a further win at Hampton Downs and then a strong podium finish at Manfield. The final goal? The New Zealand Grand Prix, also at Manfield. Nick won that, too – and now talks to us about his amazing season and his plans for the rest of 2012

Nick Cassidy retains lead

Nick Cassidy, the very talented 17-year-old New Zealander, scored a win in round three of the New Zealand Racing Series at Taupo, New Zealand, on Jan 29, 2012 – and therefore takes his points lead into round 4 at Hampton Downs next weekend. Here, in conversation with The Flying Lap’s Peter Windsor, Nick talks about his relatively tough weekend in Taupo, the ins and outs of the Toyota car set-up – and the return of Mitch Evans to the series.

Nick Cassidy – NZ Toyota Series points leader

17-year-old New Zealander, Nick Cassidy, is leading the ultra-competitive NZ Toyota Racing Series after the first two rounds at Teretonga and Timaru. Another very talented Kiwi destined for stardom, Nick spoke to us from his home in Auckland on Jan 25, 2012, prior to round three of the series in Taupo this weekend.

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