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  • With the 2017 Rod Bowen Prestige Smash Repairs Australian Sprintcar Championship at the Valvoline Raceway in Sydney only days away with the three-night event kicking off on Australia Day Sprintcarworld has been looking at some of the leading contenders from each state. With four of the states already covered it is time to analyse the Northern Territorians.
  • The Victorian Grand Prix Midget Association Victorian title has been run & won at Rushworth Speedway by locally based competitor Mark Cecil in a spectacular night that included fast racing, a rollover & to close out the night a fire to the winners car after the finish line where he led home Jason Crawford the defending champion, Dennis Myers & Lisa Chalcraft both local competitors and the Australian Champion Paul Perry.
  • Former Victorian Liam Atkinson has uprooted from the Garden State & re-located in Sydney’s West to take up an career opportunity he could not pass up & with the Valvoline Raceway in Sydney just 30 minutes away from his home, you guessed it, he took his Wingless Sprint too!
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  • The MJ Cook Concreting supported Victorian Speedway Council Sports Sedan state title was held at Rosedale Speedway on January the 21st with local club member Jamie Paull coming out a popular winner ahead of more fancied competition with a sensational last lap pass to take the win.
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  • James McFadden is the new Grand Annual Sprintcar Champion after leading all 40 laps in what proved to be a torrid final at the Sungold Stadium at Warrnambool. After finishing as the second highest points scorer, behind Brooke Tatnell, James started the final on the pole after Tatnell elected to start on the outside and at the drop of the green McFadden used the bottom to his advantage as jumped into the lead, a position he would never relinquish.
  • It was the international stars who dominated the World Midget Championship finale at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 21), with two-time Chili Bowl champion Rico Abreu racing to victory in a terrific feature event. Abreu qualified on pole position for the 40-lap feature race presented by Speedcars Australia and took command of the race from the outset, seeing off an initial challenge from Zach Daum and then withstanding a late race surge from fellow statesider Brady Bacon to secure victory. An American trifecta looked to be on the cards until Daum exited on lap 28, enabling preliminary feature winner Nathan Smee to snare the final spot on the podium.
  • Ian Madsen exactly why he is a genuine contender for the 2017 Lucas Oil Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic with a commanding performance aboard the Rob Watson Jnr W66 entry on night number two of the 45th running of the Classic.
  • Ian Madsen staked his claim for his first Classic win as he won night 2 of the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic at the Sungold Stadium. After setting the quickest time during the first flight of qualifying Madsen continued his form into the heats where he maintained his top qualifying effort starting on the pole for the 30-lap finale and leading the entire way.
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  • Despite the presence of some of the best Midget exponents in the business including New Zealand star Michael Pickens and four American aces in Rico Abreu, Andrew Felker, Brady Bacon and Zach Daum, Sydney’s Nathan Smee trumped them all to win the World Midget Championship preliminary feature race at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Friday night (January 20). After an inglorious start to the night that saw him spin during time trials, Smee bounced back to ultimately qualify on the outside front row alongside Daum for the 25-lap main event supported by Speedcars Australia. With an engine breakage preventing Pickens from taking his place in the feature race field, it was Daum who seemed the man most likely to dominate the race, but Smee had other ideas and gazumped the Illinois native when the green flag flew to lead the opening laps.
  • Former Classic Champion Brooke Tatnell produced a stunning performance on night 1 of the 45th Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic as he defeated American Bard Sweet in an epic 30 lap finale that ran flag to flag at the Sungold Stadium in Warrnambool. After starting on the pole Tatnell led the opening stanza of the race only to be passed by Sweet on lap 15 but Tatnell wrestled the lead back with only a handful of laps remaining after Sweet made contact with the infield tractor tyre in turn four.
  • Brooke Tatnell made a return to form on night number one of the 45th Lucas Oil Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic when he claimed a non-stop 30-lap feature event in front of a healthy crowd at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool.
  • Brooke Tatnell made a return to form on night number one of the 45th Lucas Oil Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic when he claimed a non-stop 30-lap feature event in front of a healthy crowd at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool.
  • Single day General Admission tickets are now on sale for each of the three days of the Rod Bowen Prestige Smash repairs 55th Australian Sprintcar Championship to be held here at Valvoline Raceway on January 26, 27 and 28.
  • After battling with two of America’s most renowned Sprintcar racers, Tim Van Ginneken finished last Saturday night’s $10,000 to Win All Star Challenge for 360 Sprintcars at Simpson Speedway in third-place on the podium.
  • After having their previous A-Main rained out at Round 6 of the JD Couriers Super Series the South Australian Super Sedan competitors were back on track last Saturday night at Adelaide Motorsport Park. Unfortunately, due to his upcoming racing commitments in Tasmania, series leader Ryan Alexander was a notable omission from the field leaving Michael Miller to capitalise and in the process he captured his opening main event win of the season.
  • The countdown to the 2017 Rod Bowen Prestige Smash Repairs Australian Sprintcar Championship at the Valvoline Raceway in Sydney is well and truly underway with the three-night event kicking off on Australia Day. Between now and the opening night of competition Sprintcarworld will be looking at some of the leading contenders from each state. With the official nomination list topping the 100 mark it is time to focus on the drivers from South Australia.
  • After teaming back up with long-time crew chief Craig Munday, Marcus Kelly sped to victory in last Saturday night’s annual Tas Truck Refinishing Formula 500s Mainland Invaders event at Carrick Speedway, proving what a winning combination they are.
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