The Premier Speedway Club wishes to advise that on-line ticket sales for the 2018-19 season will commence on Monday October 22, 2018 at 9.30am.
Speedway action continues this Saturday night at the Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway this weekend (October 20) with the first Sportsman Meeting of the season. The event will feature a wide variety of race cars ranging from the open wheeled Wingless Sprints to the up and coming stars in the Junior Sedans. In addition to the current day race cars the night will also include an opportunity to reminisce as the Classic vehicles of years gone by will take to the 360 metre in a series of Spirited Demonstrations.
Off the back of a pleasing 2018 season campaign in the Northern Territory, Darwin’s Chace Karpenko has once again travelled south to compete for the third occasion in recent seasons in an effort to gain more track time and experience.
The Crash and Bash Association began their 18/19 season at Drouin Speedway with a healthy twenty plus car field in the first point score event for the season with plenty of entertainment, especially so with front row qualifiers Dale Morrison and Jake Young electing to start the feature event from the back of the field, with Morrison coming through the pack to take the victory in front of a large appreciative crowd.
Twenty five year old West Australian Street Stock Champion, Haydon Norman, heads and incredibly strong field of Street Stocks for the 50th Anniversary Event at the Make Smoking History, Bunbury Speedway this Saturday.
West Australian Super Sedan Champion, Warren Minshull will travel all the way from Broome to be a part of the 50th Anniversary Event at the Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway on Saturday.
The opening round of the 2018/2019 Cranecorp Australia WA Modified Sedan Series will be held this Saturday at the Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway as a part of the 50th Anniversary Race Meeting for Speedway Sedans Australia.
The 2019 Australian 500cc Speedway Solo Motorcycle Championship series will start at Adelaide’s Gillman Speedway with the CBS Bins Round 1 on Thursday night, 3 January 2019.
Having turned 12 earlier this year, Max Bevan certainly wasted no time in progressing to the next stage of his early speedway career, making the step into Junior Formula 500s this season.
This Saturday night's Brian Healey Cup sees a stout 46-car field with entrants across a wide variety of States and Territories.
After what has been the most upsetting off season in the teams brief history, with the sad loss of their team driver Jason Johnson, Diamond Bay Motorsport has released a racing schedule along with and most importantly, their much anticipated driver replacement for season 18/19.
Alexandra Speedway begin their season this Saturday night with a club show night to get things kick started featuring strong fields of Sports Sedans, Junior Sedans in National and State sanctioned classes along with Standard Saloons, Ladies Standard Saloons and Unlimited Sedans on the programme.
In excess of forty Production Sedan drivers have entered this Saturdays, Speedway Sedans Australia, 50th Anniversary event at the Make Smoking History, Bunbury Speedway.
The Speedway Sedans Australia 50th Anniversary event at the Make Smoking History, Bunbury Speedway, to be held this Saturday has attracted a massive 142 entries, including 35 Junior Sedans.
Round two of the Banjos Bakery, Street Stock Series will be held this Saturday night at the Gulf Western and Independent Oils Raceway, Latrobe, with a huge field entered, for the venues opening night.
Round two of the 2018-2019 Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series heads to Heartland Raceway this weekend with another strong field of entries including three Eureka Series Champions, Rusty Hickman, Brett Milburn and Matthew Reed then add in three of the Stars from the 2018 Premier Speedway Grand Annual Classic, Peter Doukas, Grant Anderson and the 2018 Classic Champion Corey McCullagh, these drivers are all class acts and all of them are more that capable of taking the round win.
With on-line ticket sales set to commence from October 22, interest in the 2019 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is continuing to build, with not only the punters showing plenty of interest!
Twenty Eight Production Sedans will take part in the Dean Fraser Memorial at the Hi-Tec Oils, Toowoomba Speedway on Saturday night, which has attracted the best drivers from Queensland and across the border in New South Wales.
Round two of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series, supported by Ian Boettcher Race Parts and Steering and Suspension Warehouse, moves to the Hi Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway on Saturday night.
Drouin Speedway had a fantastic start to the new season when a huge crowd turned out to watch the popular Crash and Bash category competing in the ‘War on Wheels’ event. With a healthy twenty five cars doing battle, Officer based racer Dale Morrison finished with the victory after electing to start the big race last in the field in order to be paid a few extra dollars to entertain the crowd.