Location - The speedway is located in the small township
of Kihikihi just south of Te Awamutu. From the main road look for
the smallest sign you've ever seen. It will be on your left
if travelling south. Go down this road until you get to the roadsign
pointing towards the Kihikihi Domain. It's near the end of the
road and on your right.
Parking - Parking is normally located in the sports field next
to the track. Try to avoid this as there is ample parking on the
road which can lead to a quick getaway. Wherever you park save some
money for a car wash. Kihikihi runs daytime meetings and it will
Premiere Meeting - Speed and Smash fest is the big end of season showdown.
The meeting often features a 4-way Stockcar Teams showdown and a big Saloon event.
Also worth attending - When they get the track right Midgets
are very good to watch. Try and get along when the Midget Car Series
visits town or the Rosetown Midget 30 lapper. The King Country champs
for a variety of classes can be worthwhile if a good fields presents.
Best spot to sit - Give the back straight a miss. The banking
does not make for good viewing, infact depending on where you sit
your view may be restricted to watching wings and fins go by. High
up in turn 3 is the pick of the spots for a beautiful view of the
Classes run - Youth Ministocks, Stockcars, Superstocks, Streetstocks,
Solo's, Sidecars, Minisprints, Midgets, Six Shooters, Production Saloons, Saloons.
Uniqueness - After an exciting Saturday night of speedway a
nice Sunday afternoon on the bank at Kihikihi can be a most enjoyable
experience. In recent times Kihikihi has upped the anti which in
my opinion has isolated the niche market the speedway created for
The track itself has a fair amount of banking and is plenty
wide to allow for quality racing. It does have a solo track on the
infield which fits just inside the main track.