If you have had anything to do with tuning imports in the last 18 years or have driven past Meremere Dragway on a summers Friday eve then you will no doubt know 4 & Rotary and the name Azhar Bhamji. What you may not know is how he took an old Morris Minor gave it some love and ended up running some of the best enthusiast driven motor sport events in the country.
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Azhar can often be seen at events all over the country racing by at great speed either on foot or in the 4&Rotary slammed cart, handing out V Energy drinks, but it is a very rear thing to get tim to stand still long enough to have a chat. Fortunately for you I managed to wrangle him into a corner in his office in Blockhouse Bay in Auckland and do just that.
As we fast approach the 4&Rotary South Island Champs in November and look forward to the 4&Rotary Nationals in Auckland come January, this is his story. From Dairies to Drags and beyond.
You can find more info about up coming events at 4androtary.co.nz and on FaceBook or head to premierevents.co.nz.
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Roger Baillie (@Rojn8r)
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Brought up in a world of Mini's, road trips, rallying and tinkering it is unsurprising that among my passions, since I can remember, cars have been something very special to me. The way they look, the way they smell and especially the way the sound.This passion has grown over the years from a spectator's seat at Formula 1 and WRC events to active participation in events such as the Cannonball Run NZ and Stance Off Events. My current love affair is with a slightly tuned Mk4 Golf GTI which brings me nothing but joy on the road.This love for driving and cars has led me start a Podcast dedicated to my love of driving called Drive Life NZ where I hope to share my story while exploring the varied stories of other enthusiasts. Dispelling the myths surrounding car people and celebrating our diversity.

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