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  • Kodee Brown returns to racing this Saturday night at the Perth Motorplex, the start of the 21st year at the venue, commencing with the Shannons Power Palooza, which show cases the entire venue, with Drag Racing and Burn Outs, along with the Speedway, which is expected to attract a near capacity crowd.
  • Finally the off-season has come to an end and SSA Modified Sedans in South Australia get to hit the track at Riverland Speedway, Renmark this weekend the 31st of October 2020 for the first round of the Modified Sedans SA Series.
  • After all the Covid turmoil of the past six months, which included the cancellation of the final meetings of last season, the tapes go up at Adelaide’s Gillman Speedway this Saturday night with the annual Gillman Speedway Classic Championships being held on the traditional “last Saturday in October” date.
  • The township of Whyalla is set for a Halloween treat with a night of open wheeled racing that is sure to provide a tasty night of thrills and spills. The opening event of the 2020/21 Whyalla Speedway season (October 31) is set to feature Sprintcars, Formula 500’s, Wingless Sprints and V6 Sprints, with two South Australian Championships on the program.
  • The South Australian Wingless Sprint season is beginning to gain momentum with the opening show at Murray Bridge being staged just over a week ago with another two events scheduled in the coming weeks. This weekend (October 31) will see a field of eight drivers, including last start winner Jack McCarthy, travel west to the steel city of Whyalla in support of the Sprintcars at the Whyalla Speedway 2020/21 season opener.
  • When the 2020/2021 speedway season kicked off last month, nobody, including the man himself, could have possibly predicted that, after five nights of racing, Luke Oldfield would have finished runner-up in every Sprintcar feature race contested, a remarkable record of consistency that, whilst impressive by any measure, has no doubt left the hard-charging Gold Coast-based racer frustrated at having come so close on so many occasions without converting one into a win. This Saturday night (October 31), Oldfield will take on another 26 drivers in round two of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway, including Queensland champion Lachlan McHugh who, so far this season, has been victorious in every feature race in which he has finished, accumulating four wins in a row before crashing out here two weeks ago.
  • In what has been an off season like no other, the Krikke Motorsport team is excited about contesting the 2020-21 season with their new driver Dayne Kingshott and have revealed their sponsors and season calendar.
  • Cody Maroske scored his maiden Sprintcar feature race win in the opening round of the 2020/2021 Archerfield Speedway Track Championship on Saturday night (October 17). For the fifth time in as many feature race starts so far this season, Luke Oldfield finished in second spot, with defending track champ Aaron Kelly clinching third spot ahead of Callum Walker and Kevin Titman in an action-packed 30-lap showdown. Having transferred from the B Main, Andrew Corbet surged through the field to secure sixth, with Brock Dean next best and the last runner on the lead lap, leaving Adam Butler, Kristy Bonsey and Tim Farrell to round out the top ten.
  • The South Australian Speedway season burst into life on Saturday night for the first time since the COVID enforced break with over 100 competitors in the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway pit area. The event featured eight racing categories with the main events being the 410ci Sprintcars and the Des James Memorial for V6 Sprints.
  • Last night at Archerfield Speedway in Brisbane Cody Maroske finally broke through for his maiden Sprintcar A-Main, while ending the winning streak of Lachlan McHugh, who had been, until last night, undefeated in the four feature events already conducted this season. Maroske was exceptional in the Q5 racer, sitting in second behind Luke Oldfield for nearly half the race before quickly closing in on Oldfield in lapped traffic and stylishly sliding underneath Oldfield as they rounded turns one and two just moments after the pair raced around a pair of back markers. Maroske from there was flawless and unstoppable, maintaining a small but very comfortable lead and going on to take a very well deserved win while Luke Oldfield was left to settle for second, again, for the fifth time in as many races so far this season. Aaron Kelly, who initially challenged Maroske for second early in the race, closed in on Oldfield as they raced closer to the chequered flag but could not quite get close enough to make a move, with Kelly crossing the line in third to round out the podium in his best result thus far in the 2020-2021 race season. Callum Walker and Kevin Titman had a truly thrilling battle for fourth and fifth, with Walker eventually securing the advantage and bringing the Q33 racer home in fourth with Kevin Titman rounding out the top five.
  • There are 31 drivers nominated for the opening round of the 2020/2021Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (October 17), but if the events of the last three weeks are any indication, 29 of these will be fighting for just one place on the podium. Such has been the supremacy of Lachlan McHugh and Luke Oldfield in the early weeks of the season that they have finished first and second respectively in all four feature races staged thus far, including the Queensland Championship final at Archerfield two weeks ago. Whilst McHugh has prevailed on each occasion to enjoy a perfect record of success since taking over from Robbie Farr as the driver of the East Coast Pipeline #7, Oldfield has been at his spectacular best and, thus far, nobody else has stepped up to announce themself as a threat to the domination this duo have delivered.
  • Speedway racing returns to South Australia for the first time this weekend (October 17) since the COVID-19 shutdown at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway, with a healthy field of Wingless Sprint drivers eager to get back behind the wheel. The last time the Wingless brigade were seen in anger at Murray Bridge was at the highly successful 60 lapper in March, that was won by American Alex Bright, although several drivers were present at the pre-season practice session a fortnight ago.
  • It was another action-packed night of Sprintcar racing at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba last night, ending in what is fast becoming a very familiar and consistent podium. Lachlan McHugh again stood on the top step at the end of the night after securing yet another win in the NQ7 car, with Luke Oldfield running second and Cody Maroske again finishing third, replicating the podium from the opening night of the season a fortnight ago. This time though Aaron Kelly managed to snare fourth, his first top five result this season, with Randy Morgan salvaging fifth after going to the rear of the field with twenty-laps to run.
  • “Covid-19 virus is still having an impact especially for those of us that live in Victoria. We had hoped that the season would go ahead as normal but as we know now that will not happen. I announced a while back the borders must be open and venues allowed some level of spectators before the Series can start. Unfortunately it is quite apparent that this will not happen before Christmas. I have spoken to all of the venues that we compete at and they are all in the same position as us and waiting for the government to announce more information. But having said that we are still not giving up and hoping to still run a series with a reduced number of rounds - possibly 5 or 6 being held in 2021. We are hopeful that by January the borders between NSW, South Australia and Victoria will be open and that some crowd can attend race meetings. Hopefully we can announce the new series dates in November. Thanks for everyone patience and as you are aware conditions change daily and we can only continue to stay positive and do what we feel is the best thing for the Series.” Promoter Mandy Searle tells us.
  • In what was a dramatic climax to the SRV Road Freight Services Queensland Sprintcar Title it was Lachlan McHugh who took the crown, successfully defending his Title and making it back-to-back state championships. It was not without a fight though with both Kevin Titman and Luke Oldfield pushing McHugh all the way to the line, the NQ7 racer under immense pressure for most of the race as first Titman, then Oldfield, sought their own taste of victory. Oldfield was forced to settle for second, the third time in as many races, while Titman faded to third and into the reach of a rather impressive Randy Morgan. Morgan and Titman raced side-by-side for several laps, with Morgan absolutely relentless as he raced around the high side while Titman ran the bottom. Kevin Titman crossed the line in third to fill the final Queensland Title podium position, with Morgan home in fourth ahead of Callum Walker in a very action-packed race with plenty of thrills and spills.
  • The 2019/2020 Queensland Sprintcar Championship has finally been decided, with Lachlan McHugh joining some illustrious company in successfully defending his state crown in a thrilling 35-lap feature race at Archerfield Speedway on Sunday night (October 4). Launching from pole position, McHugh led every lap of the feature race but found himself under intense pressure from Luke Oldfield who, after languishing for too long on the bottom of the track, shifted back to his comfort zone against the fence and chased down McHugh to set up a thrilling finish. Whilst Kevin Titman occupied second spot for a lengthy period mid-race, there was a sense of inevitably about the way things were meant to be and, while there was nothing he could do to counter the pace that the leading pair possessed, he certainly emerged as the best of the rest with a third-place finish. Randy Morgan and Callum Walker completed the top five ahead of Adam Butler, who started on the second row and fell back as far as tenth at one stage before rebounding back to sixth at the flag, followed by Mark Pholi, Cody Maroske, Dan Murray and Tim Farrell.
  • Defending titleholder Lachlan McHugh triumphed in the Queensland Sprintcar Championship Preliminary Feature Race at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (October 3), however it is Luke Oldfield who sits atop the championship standings heading into the final night of competition. Although he finished second behind McHugh in the preliminary feature, a superior qualifying performance has Oldfield leading McHugh by a solitary point. As was the case a week prior in Toowoomba, Oldfield and McHugh were a class above their rivals and engaged in a great scrap at the front of the field that ultimately produced an identical result. Third home at the chequer was Cody Maroske ahead of Brent Kratzmann, Mitchell Gee and Kevin Titman, with Aaron Kelly, Allan Woods, Callum Walker and Adam Butler rounding out the top ten.
  • Sprintcars Queensland kicked off the Archerfield Speedway 2020-2021 race season last night with night one of our Queensland Title. Originally scheduled to have been run earlier in the year before the global health pandemic hit it was a long time coming but what a way to open the new season in Brisbane. By the end of the twenty-lap Preliminary A-Main the podium was a duplicate of the podium from Hi-Tec Oils Speedway last weekend, with Lachlan McHugh unstoppable in the NQ7 racer as he raced to victory ahead of Luke Oldfield and Cody Maroske. Brent Kratzmann this time secured fourth with Mitchell Gee completing the top five.
  • Australian Jaimon Lidsey scored 20 points and won the FOGO FIM Speedway U21 World Championship final in Pardubice. Dominik Kubera got silver, while Latvian, Oleg Mihailov ended on the third place.
  • Aussie ace Max Fricke admits he has realised “a childhood dream” after roaring to his first-ever FIM Speedway Grand Prix victory at FST Grupa Brokerska Torun SGP round seven on Friday.
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