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  • The A Plus Powder Coating SRA Triple Crown Series concluded last Sunday afternoon at Simpson Speedway with some very entertaining sprintcar action that saw a titanic battle between Domain Ramsay and Brett Milburn. The battle between these two drivers was on for nearly the entire A Main event only to see Ramsay’s cars stop as the white flag was waving leaving Milburn to take the win with the fast closing Jordyn Charge taking second place and the overall A Plus Powder Coating SRA Triple Crown Series Crown for 2021.
  • This Saturday night Rushworth Speedway will dish up another night of family entertainment when those speedway stars in their speedway cars get around the dirt track. This weekend the club will support its club members with all Goulburn Valley Club classes plus the visiting Sports Sedans and Grand Prix Midgets in their final series round of the season.
  • Alexandra Speedway begins its much-anticipated dog-leg racing portion of its season with the first of three events through the dog leg this Saturday night headlined by the Crash and Bash Association along with a feature event for Ladies Sedans and all club classes as supports.
  • Becoming only the second driver to score multiple Sprintcar feature race wins at Archerfield Speedway this season, Callum Walker led every lap to take out round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship on Sunday night (May 2). In what was the second consecutive round shifted to Sunday night because of inclement weather, series leader Lachlan McHugh advanced from row four to finish in second spot, with Ryan McNamara clinching the final podium position in advance of Brent Kratzmann and Richard Morgan.
  • Nyora Raceway hosted the ‘DTR Truck Repairs’ Victorian Sports Sedan title on Saturday night as the highlight event with the annual running of the Miles Cup for Standard Saloons supported by Junior Sedan racing from the Standard Saloon and 1200cc classes and some Ladies Standard Saloon competition and the two main events were won by visiting Alexandra club drivers.
  • Alistair Bastian is the new Victorian Speedway Council Sprintcar champion and David Barrie is now the Street Stock King of the Mount after a classic night of racing at the greater Ballarat region speedway, enjoyed by around 1500 fans live at the venue.
  • This coming Sunday will be the final race event of the 2020-2021 season for the Sprintcar Racing Association of Victorian with a top show on the cards at Simpson Speedway. Sunday afternoon will see the final round of the SRA A Plus Powder Coating 360 Triple Crown Sprintcar Series with a class field of nominations headed by the inform Jordyn Charge who is leading the Series.
  • Less than a week after their epic duel in the Queensland Championship feature race in Toowoomba, Lachlan McHugh and Aaron Kelly will face off again this Saturday night (May 1) at Archerfield Speedway when they contest round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Championship. Kelly, who is the current ECL series champion, looked on track to secure his first Queensland Title in Toowoomba until a late-race pass propelled McHugh to a third consecutive championship success. Of course, adding extra spice to the contest is the fact that McHugh is also looking somewhat certain to dethrone Kelly as the Archerfield track titleholder with only four rounds or racing remaining. As always a huge support program will ensure a non-stop night of motorsport entertainment, with Monster Trucks making their return, along with fireworks and the Queensland Formula 500 Championship, plus AMCA Nationals, Lightning Sprints and Formula 500 Juniors.
  • The annual King of the Mount Street Stock show will share equaling billing as the main event this weekend with thirty plus Street Stocks trying to dethrone Jason Degoldi as our ‘King of the Mount’ whilst the Victorian Speedway Council Sprintcars are in town for their state title and one racer will be known as the champion for the next twelve months as they steer their Winged machine around the traps.
  • Daylesford Speedway produced a fine day’s entertainment on Anzac Day after a wonderful tribute at the speedway created by Returned Services League subbranch, Daylesford and led by Jim Walker and Keith Cole. The track built in the late 1950s is Australia’s longest running continuous Speedway and today is managed by a hard-working committee of the Daylesford Drivers Association elected by members.
  • Another fantastic night of entertainment has been provided by Goulburn Valley Auto Club at its Rushworth Speedway venue with all the member local heroes and the visiting class feature events providing entertainment for the Goulburn Valley and surrounding community. The Sports Sedans final was won by Healesville man Steve Kershaw, the Grand Prix Midgets by Chris Fowler form Geelong, and the two visiting Junior Sedan finals won by Dylan Barrow from Wandin and Bryce Leek from Wangaratta.
  • Drivers from the Victorian Grand Prix Midget association headed back to the Goulburn Valley and Rushworth Speedway for the annual Ironbark Classic event and a first victory of the season was taken by Chris Fowler on what was one of the better Rushworth race surfaces in some time and highly commended by the class.
  • Perfect weather greeted the competitors for the final Whyalla Speedway event of the season on Saturday night and the crowd on hand were treated to some outstanding racing as the meeting featured four blue ribbon events including two State Championships.
  • Absolutely beautiful blue skies, zero chance of rain but 100% chance of RUMBLE on the Mountain at the high banks of Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway tonight!
  • Dual South Australian Championships, the MJS Street Stock Series and the V8 Super Sedans headline the final meeting of the Whyalla Speedway season this Saturday night (April 24).
  • Bairnsdale based Limited Sportsman speedway racer Trent Wilson and his team made the long haul over to Mount Gambier recently to compete in the second of two state championships the drivers have the honour of competing in and although being confident he was a front running driver after recent track records at Bairnsdale Speedway; he was ecstatic to come away with a third-place podium finish surrounded by the best competition in the class.
  • After 2 failed attempts for the All Star Series to compete at Nyora Raceway earlier this season the Nyora committee were still very keen to run a 360 sprintcar show. So after negations between the SRA and the All Stars the Last Chance Cup has evolved. “There are a lot of competitors living in the Gippsland area and it is great for them that they get the opportunity to have a race meeting in their own backyard " and as we mentioned before it’s been 7 years since 360’s have run at Nyora and are excited to check it out again.
  • Nyora Raceway has had a rotten run of luck with weather forecasts affecting their race meetings and fingers and toes are crossed that this coming weekend a two-day show can go ahead with Sprintcars programmed on Saturday along with the ‘DTR Heavy Vehicle Repairs’ Victorian Sports Sedan title and the Miles Cup for Standard Saloons, to be followed by a club day of racing on Sunday that includes the Robert Bickham Memorial for Sports Sedans and club classes.
  • This Saturday night at Rushworth Speedway, the Goulburn Valley Auto Club will provide thrilling entertainment that includes several visiting classes joining the local superstars and their cars. A Sports Sedan feature along with features for 1200cc powered Junior Sedans and the larger six- and eight-cylinder Junior Sedan class. The Grand Prix Midgets will also be in town for their ‘Ironbark Classic’.
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