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In the beginning...

The original founders of the Levin racing circuit were two Englishmen named Ron Frost and Arnold Stafford. Both of these gents raced 500cc Coopers in England and migrated to New Zealand and settled in the Levin area. The attached press release is the earliest documented article that I have been able to find.

Ron Frost became the father head of Levin Circuit and later in his life became the head of Motor Sport New Zealand. He was responsible for bringing the big names of formula one of the era to race in the New Zealand section of the Tasman series. He was later in life decorated for his services to Motor Sport with the MBE. These two gents along with many others were responsible for the establishment of the Levin Circuit.

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