The collection of Classic motorcycles put together by Tom and Heather Sturgess that has been on public display since December 2014 is to move to Invercargill.
The collection has been bought by Bill Richardson Transport World which hopes to have it on display later in the year - in time for the annual Burt Monro Challenge weekend.
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Wednesday, May 18
Sunday, May 1
Championship points after race 9, at Imola
1. J. Rea Kawasaki 201
2. C. Davies Ducati 161 -43
3. T. Sykes Kawasaki 138 -63
4. M. Van Der Mark Honda 99 -102
5. J. Torres BMW 78 -123
6. D. Giugliano Ducati 75 -126
7. N. Hayden Honda 74 -127
8. L. Savadori Aprilia 59 -142
9. S. Guintoli Yamaha 58 -143
10. L. Camier MV Agusta 49 -152
11. A. Lowes Yamaha 49 -152
12. X. ForÉS Ducati 43 -158
13. M. Reiterberger BMW 43 -158
14. R. Ramos Kawasaki 36 -165
15. A. De Angelis Aprilia 30 -171
16. J. Brookes BMW 27 -174
17. K. Abraham BMW 14 -187
18. M. Baiocco Ducati 12 -189
19. L. Mahias Kawasaki 9 -192
20. M. Jones Ducati 2 -199
21. S. Barrier Kawasaki 2 -199
22. M. Lussiana BMW 1 -200
Thursday, April 7
In a special deal, Truck Festival Event Director/Promoter Robert Cochrane has negotiated to have coverage of the motorcycle races on both days recorded for future inclusion in magazine format show on SKY Chanel 83.
"Its the first step to getting local motorcycle racing to a new audience," says Cochrane.
"The ANZAC Cup is a one off annual event that has the potential to add more Australian competitors next year," he says.
The Truck Festival includes the final round of the NZ Super Truck Racing Championships with Rob Waters from Perth in his Kenworth (that can do 12 second standing quarters) keen to take home the ANZAC Cup.
Other race classes include Muscle Cars, Classics, BMW & European, Pre '65 and an Allcomers class that includes the Taxi Race team based out of Hawkes Bay.
This nine car race team of 'Super 6' Holden & Ford racers will race on the Sunday, the cars all hard working Taxis in their earlier lives.
A field of 20 Super Motard bikes and 20 Formula 3 machines are expected to battle for their ANZAC Cups over the two days.
Cochrane says: "Someone asked me, 'Why Formula 3 and Super Motards'. "The answer is simple - they deliver great racing and are visually different machines, thats what the crowds and sponsors want to see - they want to be entertained."
Seventeen-year-old New Zealand Superlite Champion Jacob Stroud will be up against some pretty quick guys in F3 - there is going to be some great racing.