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Just select the type of tickets you want and the discount will be applied at the ticket selection screen.
The platinum reserved grandstand is a premium experience including allocated seating that is under-cover, protecting you from the elements for all 3 days. Enjoy a great viewing position alongside the start/finish line with close proximity to Big Screens, food and drink outlets and toilets. Merchandise Alley is just a short walk away and the grandstand is easily accessible through gate two.
Buy a 3-day Platinum Reserved Grandstand ticket for the ITM Auckland SuperSprint before Tuesday 1 November to secure a limited edition lanyard and Greg Murphy endorsed ticket pouch. Plus, two lucky random grandstand ticket holders will be rewarded with the opportunity to meet Greg Murphy. These ‘Surprise and Delight’ prizes will be randomly given to two lucky people sitting in the grandstand on Saturday.
Lanyards and ticket pouches will be available from the information booth at the event from Friday 4 November. If you already purchased a 3-day Platinum Reserved Grandstand ticket, you will also be entitled to receive a limited edition lanyard and ticket holder.
Platinum Grandstand tickets also include access in to the Supercars Paddock for all three days.
Things look slightly different for this year's big race at Pukekohe with a new event name - the ITM Auckland Supersprint.
If you are a fan of motorsport then you will want to make sure you are at the races this year to see some of the great Kiwi drivers take on the Aussies in the only NZ V8 Supercars event. The Kiwis will be looking for domination on their home soil and you can be part of the action!
The ITM Supersprint takes place from the 4th to the 6th of November at the iconic Pukekohe Park Raceway.
Kids 12 and under receive free trackside admission with a paying adult.
We will all find out at the ITM Supersprint this November. Last year it was Jamie Whincup. Read the story of his success in 2015 below.
Six-time Champion Jamie Whincup returned to his winning ways this weekend at the ITM 500 Auckland, taking out the coveted Jason Richards Memorial Trophy.
While he might be out of contention for this year's Championship, Whincup showed he is still a force to be reckoned with after a commanding victory in today’s 200km feature race at Pukekohe Park Raceway.
“It was a great day,” beamed Whincup.
“Yesterday was the best day I’ve ever had in New Zealand, and I topped it today.”
Whincup is now the third man to win the Jason Richards Memorial Trophy, named after the late Kiwi driver who succumbed to cancer in 2011.
Whincup admitted to being emotional after the win, as he and ‘JR’ were teammates at now defunct Tasman Motorsport in 2005.
“For me, it’s all about the JR Trophy. We were teammates, we were good mates, first podium, first Bathurst podium,” Whincup said.
“I haven’t won much this year, but it’s a good year knowing the JR Trophy is in the cabinet.”
Three Kiwis finished in the top-10 although none troubled the podium, after pole-setter Scott McLaughlin lost out in the pit strategies and had to be content with sixth.
Fabian Coulthard looked fast but his chances were dented when he got stuck behind a doubled stacked Holden Racing Team, eventually finishing seventh.
Shane van Gisbergen was also caught in the double-stack in his team but finished strongly for ninth while Andrew Heimgartner managed 21st.
Van Gisbergen has the mantle of leading Kiwi in fifth in the championship with Coulthard just 17 points adrift in sixth while McLaughlin moves into the top-10 for the first time, and Heimgartner is 23rd.
Second place man Lowndes was lucky just to be on the track after his rear tyre exploded yesterday sending his car crashing into the pit straight wall.
His car was taken to a local smash repair shop before returning to the track where his team worked through the night to repair it.
“This second place is all about the team,” Lowndes said.
“They did an all-nighter and it’s rare to get a car that’s stripped apart then runs faultlessly.
“My number one (mechanic) said he fell asleep in the shower!”
DJR Team Penske driver Scott Pye finished third, taking his first career podium, and the first for the team, in the process.
Making it even sweeter for Pye was that he did it in front of team boss Roger Penske.
“There’s a big part of me that is saying that it was great that he (Penske) was here to see that,” said an ecstatic Pye.
“He was extremely happy. He had a big smile on (his face).
“To get the champagne, I hope the boys really appreciate that, because when we reflect on where we have come from this year, it is a big turnaround.
“I am excited about the future and looking forward to seeing what we can do next year.”
Drama hit Championship leader Mark Winterbottom, who spun on lap two and re-joined at the back of the field.
Winterbottom carved through the field and managed to come home 11th.
He continues to lead the Championship, now by 239 to Reynolds with Lowndes one point behind him in third place.
V8 Supercars now head to the WD-40 Phillip Island 400 on November 20-22.
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