Warren Oldfield has won an excellent Dan Love Summer Cup for Street Stock at the Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway on Saturday night.
Last night Sprintcars Queensland headed back to Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba, despite a less than favourable weather forecast, for Ultimate Pink Night, proudly presented by The Chronicle, and another round of the Queensland USC. We had nearly thirty cars set to put on a brilliant show, and support fund raising efforts for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and what a night it was. The threat of imminent inclement weather meant we pushed through the program as quickly as possible and while the team at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway did a magnificent job to get and hour and a half ahead of schedule, rain at around 8.30pm, after our B-main was completed but before the A-Main could hit the track, left everyone with no choice but to abandon the rest of the race meeting. Peter Lack and Robbie Farr were set to share the front row for the start of the A-Main, with Mitchell Gee and Jayden Peacock set to come out of the second row. Mother Nature was the winner last night and while we are all disappointed we could not complete our final race of the evening, we do hope that some of the much-needed rain reached some of the places that really do need it.
Proving that age is no barrier since graduating from Junior Formula 500s and making the big step up into senior competition this season, youngster Brodie Davis has already begun to display promising signs in the opening stages of his senior career.
Showing maturity and confidence beyond her years, youngster Tarhlea Apelt has experienced a competitive transition into senior Formula 500 competition so far this season, with her development in the Junior Formula 500 class certainly paying off.
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The American invasion is set to kick off on Boxing Day night with the first of our drivers from the USA coming in to do battle with the local heroes.
Once again thanks to all that have enquired with regards to the weather ahead of tonight's race.
Once again thanks to all that have enquired with regards to the weather ahead of tomorrow's race day.
A mixed start to the 2018-19 season for Brayden Parr hasn’t prevented him from being in a front-running point standings position after the opening rounds of the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series.
This Saturday night at the Goulburn Speedway, the inaugural BloorRail Infrastructure Super Sedan Rumble will be held, with a prize purse of $15000 on offer, including $5000 to the winner.
The seventeenth edition of the Speedway Sedans Australia, National Junior Sedan Title is only weeks away, and it will also produce a first at the event to be held at the Fraser Shores Maryborough Speedway.
This Saturday night a quality field is entered for the final Dan Love Summer Cup for Street Stock, at the Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway.
The final pre-Christmas meeting hits the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway this Saturday night (December 15) with the Formula 500 King of the Bridge and Round 2 of the Wingless Sprint State Series being the main attractions. Both main events have attracted their respective National Champions with Queensland based Liam Williams (Formula’s) and Joel Chadwick (Wingless) leading extremely competitive fields in both classes.
The thirty seventh running of the Tasmanian Super Sedan Title will be held this Saturday night at the Solo Speedway, Hobart, with two time National Champion, and four times and current State Champion, Callum Harper heading the line-up.
What a huge night for the family and speedway fans at Nyora Raceway on Saturday, when no less than ten race categories competed through 6 hours of racing. There was Brett Clarke taking the Mornington Motors Grand in the Hand victory for Dirt Modifieds, Darren Giacometti the Rumble in the Jungle win in the Street Stocks and not to forget the spectacular fireworks display from Peninsula Fireworks and the visit from Santa for the kids.
Sprintcar racing is back on the Mount this Saturday night with the LS Sprintcars in town sharing top billing with the Sports Sedans that has attracted a great field of racers from around Victoria to compete in round one of their Stampede series.
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Continuing what has been an impressive start to the 2018-19 season last Saturday night at Waikerie’s Sunline Speedway, Daniel Evans proved that his maiden SA 360 Sprintcar Title victory was no fluke, repeating history and recovering the mantle.
Krikke Motorsport and their new team driver Kerry Madsen couldn’t have asked for a better start to their 2018-19 season campaign together during last Saturday night’s Western Australian 410 Sprintcar Title at the Perth Motorplex, with Madsen successfully defending the team’s crown.