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Ro­tary fans round New Zealand will be stoked to hear that there is a ded­i­cated track day just for Ro­taries to fin­ish the 2015 sum­mer off in style. RE­u­nion is a new event, which will be held at the Ri­coh Taupo Mo­tor­sport Park March 28 and will con­tain some very en­ter­tain­ing fea­tures, in­clud­ing a show and shine, a burnout com­pe­ti­tion, drift­ing, flag-drop drag rac­ing, and a drive-ya-mates ses­sion, so what­ever mo­tor­sport dis­ci­pline tick­les your fancy RE­u­nion has you cov­ered. If you want to take part in the ro­tary mad­ness, $150 buys you one driver pass, one ve­hi­cle pass and two pit-crew passes. If you reg­is­ter af­ter Fe­bru­ary 20, the price will hike up to $200. If you want use of the pit garages, they’ll cost you $100, but you also have the abil­ity to leave your ve­hi­cle there overnight. If you’d just like to come down and watch, spec­ta­tor tick­ets are $10, and it will cost you a gold coin do­na­tion to go for a ride in a friend’s car. En­trants’ race cars must con­tain a log book, and if road reg­is­tered, must have a war­rant of fit­ness and reg­is­tra­tion, but if for some rea­son your car is not cur­rently road legal, if it’s built to an ex­tremely high qual­ity you may ap­ply, and your car will be scru­ti­neered ac­cord­ingly. Search RE­u­nion 2015 on Face­book for more in­for­ma­tion.

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