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  • With only days now until the green flag drops on the 16th Lucas Oil Australian Late Model Championship, those race fans that attend at the weekend are in for quite the treat with strong fields entered across all divisions on both nights of competition.
  • The Management of the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge would like to advise everyone who intends to compete at the South Australian Modified Sedan Championship that there has been a date change for the event. Originally the meeting was to be conducted on the ANZAC Day public holiday (Tuesday April 25) but the Title will now be staged two days earlier on Sunday April 23, 2017.
  • Redline Raceway in Ballarat crowned a new Victorian Champion in the Victorian Speedway Council Unlimited Sedan category this past weekend with home club member Sean Lister taking the crown after thirty five sensational laps of the mountain top Speedway, other winners on the two day show included Ballarat and surround locals Sean Henry and Will Lamb.
  • After celebrating his 21st birthday only days prior Daniel Evans crossed the line well ahead in RD 10 of the Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars Series at Sunline Speedway, Waikerie.
  • After three successive victories at the Quit Bunbury Speedway this summer the #41 JAK CIVIL Sprintcar Team were looking for another good run at the World Series Sprintcar round last Saturday.
  • Kaiden Manders has turned on another impressive performance at the Quit Bunbury Speedway last Saturday evening.
  • Nominations are now open for the 2017 Australian 360ci Sprintcar Championship, to be staged at the Perth Motorplex between March 17 and 18 2017.
  • Current series leader Adan Clarke strengthened his grip on the 2016/17 Speedcar Super Series last Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway with victory in round four of the series which also incorporated the 7th running of the Tim Crouch Memorial. In the early stages of the race Clarke sat back in fourth position but as a brief shower swept across the venue just past the mid race point Clarke made his move to the front sensing that the race could end at any time if the rain continued.
  • Thirty-five Sprintcars checked into AusDeck Patios Archerfield Speedway last night for Round Nine of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship and what a night it was! Andrew Scheuerle led the early part of the main event with style and opened a comfortable margin over Luke Oldfield in second, only for Oldfield to close in and begin challenging for the lead once they entered lapped traffic. Oldfield was in breath-taking form and a restart with seven laps left to run gave the pair some clear track, with Oldfield diving to the bottom half a lap into the restart and racing his way into the lead with just over six laps left to run. Scheuerle of course immediately fought back on the topside before having a look on the bottom as they came out of turn two, but Oldfield refused to surrender the lead. Luke Oldfield went on to take the win, his seventh for the season so far, with Andrew Scheuerle home in second. Peter Lack had an impressive run and after getting past Dave Whell in the first few laps of the race Lack settled into a very comfortable third, staying close to the leaders while opening a very comfortable margin on his rivals. Lack crossed the line in third to fill the final podium position, while Mitchell Gee came from thirteenth on the starting grid and managed to climb his way into fourth and even started looking for a way past Lack in the final few laps of the race. Gee finished fourth with Ben Hilder rounding out the top five after another solid drive in the Motorguard Motorsport Q95 racer.
  • The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series ventured to Western Speedway Hamilton on Saturday night for round ten of the Series where Tim Rankin took out the feature race and became the eight different driver to take a feature win in the Series so far this season.
  • Luke Oldfield continued his stellar season of success at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February) when he raced to victory in round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Having started the 30-lap event from pole position after a dominant display through the various stages of qualifying, Oldfield trailed Andrew Scheuerle for much of the race before pouncing at a late-race restart to secure the lead. As the leading duo duked it out from the get-go, Peter Lack was lurking in third spot for the duration and whilst he was never close enough to make a serious bid for lead, nor was his position ever under any real threat. A mighty drive from Mitchell Gee saw him advance from position 13 to finish fourth ahead of Ben Hilder and Matt Butler, with David Whell, Callum Walker, Dylan Menz and Andre Liebke rounding out the top ten.
  • BROOKE Tatnell heads into the final weekend of World Series Sprintcars, at the Perth Motorplex, with a spring in his step after winning last night’s round at Quit Bunbury Speedway.
  • BROOKE Tatnell won the combined AHG Sprintcars/World Series Sprintcars round at Quit Bunbury Speedway on Saturday night.
  • An impressive list of 36 drivers has qualified for the various rounds of the 2016/2017 “USC Chase”.
  • History was created last night when Mark Caruso took the very first Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers Feature Race win at Adelaide Motorsports Park. In the 10th Anniversary of the series this was the first time that the series had been to Adelaide and drivers, crews and fans where not disappointed.
  • Former series Champion Mark Caruso was victorious in round 9 of the 360ci Allstars Series at Adelaide Motorsport Park on FRiday night defeating Lisa Walker and series leader Brenten Farrer. Unfortunately due to the time curfew the feature was shortened with only 16 laps being completed prior to the race being declared.
  • It was a case of familiar territory for Matt Egel and Downing Brothers Racing at last Friday night’s meeting at Adelaide Motorsport Park.
  • FOUR rounds remain for drivers who want to stake a claim in the 2016-17 AHG Sprintcar Series Championship.
  • CAMERON Gessner will be looking to maintain his perfect record for the 2016-17 season when the next round of the AHG Sprintcar Series is held at Quit Bunbury Speedway this Saturday night.
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