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  • The Marco name is another in a long list of families that has been SDAV Hot Rod committed through & through its existence & after some years of absence due to whatever path life took, the Marco family are back & Stan Marco Jnr has made it to the top of the podium after a good couple of seasons developing his car and getting rid of the any racers rust he had.
  • Following his runner-up finish in the South Australian Super Sedan Championship Ryan Alexander joined Dave Gartner as a seven time winner in this year’s JD Couriers Super Series as he totally dominated round 15 of the series at Adelaide’s Speedway City. After winning both heat races Alexander went on to lead all 25 laps and ended up crossing the line more than a half a lap ahead of second placed Michael Miller.
  • While Liam Williams scored his fourth KRE F500 Championship Series round win at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway last Saturday night, Kaydon Iverson went on to secure the Series victory for the 2015-16 season.
  • The big events just keep coming at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway and this Saturday night (April 30) will feature another feast of dirt track action with a huge triple-bill program featuring Dirt Modifieds, the Queensland AMCA Nationals Championship and the final round of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship.
  • In what was one of the most dominant displays seen at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in several years New South Welshman Ben Nicastri won the inaugural 25 lap Late Model Madness finale by over three quarters of a lap over runner-up Brad Smith. In what was an entertaining season ending event the double feature night also featured the Modlite “Madness” with Whyalla speedster Andy Maxwell Jr winning the 20 lap reverse grid A-Main.
  • Ross Maclean Victorian # 1 has a nice ring to it, & on April the 16th Maclean became the Victorian Goulburn Ovens Sedan Association state title holder when he out gunned the complete field to take a strong start to finish victory over Nathan Shortis & Scott Callander.
  • It's almost the end of the season at Redline Raceway & as is tradition the track championship day is one of the last two meetings to close out the year & healthy numbers have nominated in all club classes & the visiting AMCA division that will being great entertainment to race fans this Saturday night.
  • Speedcars have been added to the Valvoline Raceway season finale on Saturday, May 7.The May 7 event was originally slated as a rain date for the Carline Automotive 50-Lapper however in the light of last Saturday’s unfortunate rain-out of the Speedcar Super Series finale this brings about a unique situation.
  • Returning to the Knoxville Raceway on Saturday night after a disappointing opener, Ian Madsen rebounded well as he picked up the 410ci feature event win right after finishing third in the 360ci feature event.
  • Race fans at the Goulburn Valley Auto Club’s Rushworth Speedway will enjoy “Double Dipping” with not just one, but two major Feature Events to be run and won on Saturday, April 30th.
  • The 2015/16 Speedway City season came to a thundering end with the running of the 2016 Crane Services South Australian Late Model Title with the 30 lap finale providing one of the best races of the season as New South Welshman Ben Nicastri added the State Title to his growing resume. Second across the line was fellow Sydneysider Dean Hickey who edged past early race leader Matt Crimmins with only a handful of laps remaining.
  • Luke Oldfield is our new Queensland Sprintcar Champion after taking a popular win in last nights gruelling 35-lap A-main Title race. Oldfield, who started the race from pole, initially settled into second behind Robbie Farr when the lights went green, but quickly moved into the race lead half a dozen laps into the race, using lapped traffic beautifully to secure the lead. Farr of course didn’t surrender the lead without a fight and the battle that raged between the pair was really something to behold until contact between the pair left Farr pirouetting on his tail tank in turn two. Farr restarted at the rear of the field, and in the following sixteen or so laps had climbed his way back inside the top ten before crashing out of the event with nine laps left to run. Oldfield had complete control of the race and while David Murcott closed in and challenged a couple of times, Oldfield was focused and determined, letting nothing, and no one, slow him down. Oldfield slammed the wall hard heading down the back straight with only half a lap left to run but went on to take the win. David Murcott finished a solid second in the Title race while Peter Lack had a very impressive drive around the high side to fight his way into third to round out the podium. The battle for the minor places was certainly a fierce one and while Brent Kratzmann and Darren Jensen both put on a truly spectacular show for the race fans on the hill, it was Bryan Mann who came through to finish fourth ahead of the ever-consistent Andrew Scheuerle in fifth.
  • The SCCA (ASADA) Drug Policy Prohibited List is updated annually. The List identifies the substances and methods prohibited to athletes (drivers) in- and out-of-competition. The print format is available on the SCCA website.
  • In a spectacular Hungry Jack’s Queensland Sprintcar Championship feature race on Sunday night (April 24), Luke Oldfield powered his Titan Garages Cool to a memorable win, having dominated the two nights of competition at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. It is Oldfield’s first state championship win in Sprintcar competition, a victory both hard earned and thoroughly deserved. David Murcott motored into second spot ahead of Peter Lack, with Bryan Mann and Andrew Scheuerle rounding out the first five in the 35-lap championship decider.
  • JAMIE Maiolo is in the box seat to win the AHG Easy As 123 Triple Crown that concludes at the Perth Motorplex next Saturday night.
  • After one night of competition, in a field of thirty-three cars, Luke Oldfield leads the points chase going into the second and final night of competition in the 2016 Hungry Jacks Queensland Sprintcar Championship at AusDeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Oldfield started the night strongly securing quick-time in qualifying, beating Andrew Scheuerle by just six thousandths of a second, and scored a second and a third in his heats before going on to take the win in the thrilling 20-lap preliminary A-Main. Oldfield was focussed and determined and while Scheuerle led the early stages of the race, lapped traffic came into play and Oldfield fought his way in front. Unfortunately for Scheuerle an incident with a lapped car seven laps into the race saw the former Queensland Champion relegated the to rear of the field where he spent the rest of the race trying to fight his way forward whilst dealing with some front-end damage on the AusDeck Patios Q25 racer. David Murcott finished the Preliminary A-Main in second with Robbie Farr in third. Peter Lack had an impressive drive to cross the line in fourth, after initially starting from position eight, with Brent Kratzmann having a very solid run to round out the top five. Bryan Mann, who crashed hard coming out of turn four while challenging Oldfield for the lead, and Kevin Titman, who had an incident on the back straight while battling for position with Kratzmann, are both ones to watch tonight, as are Richard Morgan, Darren Jensen and Mark Pholi who all had impressive runs in the preliminary A-Main.
  • Kevin Britten, Troy Ware and Keith Blatch have scribed their names in Queensland Speedway history by claiming victories in their respective blue ribbon events all on one night at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway.
  • WORLD Series Sprintcars champion Jamie Veal continued his stellar season when he won the second round of the AHG Easy As 123 Triple Crown at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night.
  • We will be working with the Speedcar Super Series organisers Ken Jenkins to try and reschedule the Speedcar Super Series and will keep our race fans informed once we have a decision.
  • The Speedway City season will go out with a thundering roar this Saturday night (April 23) as the Adelaide venue hosts the 2016 South Australian Late Model Championship. Despite the class being established in South Australia for several years now this will be the first time that Speedway City has conducted the title event and the decision to run the title at the 430 metre venue has been well received with 18 drivers from four states set to compete this weekend.
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