Sabre Motorsport perform an Engine change on Cameron Dance’s #17 Formula First at the third round of the 2015 Manfeild Winter Series.
Sabre Motorsport completes a lighting fast fuel stop for the #18 Jack Daniel’s machine of Cameron Dance. Cameron went on to win the race, with the Sabre Motorsport crew taking the fastest stop of the race.
Sabre Motorsport has opened their 2016/17 Formula First campaign in the best possibly way, taking a clean sweep at the opening round of the 2016 Manfeild Winter Series. After the team suffered a major setback with team owner and manager Dennis Martin bein
Sabre Motorsport have Lease cars available for the Manfeild Winter Series. This four round series is a great deal of fun and a good way to prepare your self for the Summer Championship Series. Series Dates are; June 4/5th, July 2/3rd, August 6/7th, Septem
The Sabre Team have again shown their ability to put Rookie Drivers at the front of the field. With Podium finishes and a Race win from the 2015/16 Hi Q NZ Formula First Season. There were challenges along the way, but the Team over came all obstacles to
The Penultimate round of the HI Q NZ Championship Series was at Taupo over Easter Weekend. The Team were given lots of challenges over the Weekend, from Engine Changes to accident repairs. But came away from the event with the lead in the Rookie of the Ye
The Sabre website has been off line for some time getting an upgrade. The job is not totally complete, but we can now update news items and continue to keep you all up to date with the Team activities. More news item soon.
Fresh from taking his maiden win in the New Zealand Formula First championship, Pukekohe teenager Liam Lawson is looking forward to making his hometown motor racing debut this weekend. The current SpeedSport Scholarship winner is hoping to repeat his winn
Pukekohe teenager Liam Lawson made a positive start in the Hi-Q New Zealand Formula First championship by scoring points in every race and coming away with the lead in the rookie driver stakes. Following a difficult qualifying session when an oil pressure
Brook Reeve has demonstrated he’s a strong championship contender after the opening round of the New Zealand Formula First championship at Manfeild. The 17-year-old teenager from Blenheim finished runner-up in two of the three championship races, be