Former Victorian Dirt Modified Champion Dave May heads to Nyora Raceway with a little redemption in mind & a focus on claiming a first Victorian Mini Sprint title win or at the very least a podium result, however is fully aware it isn't going to be easy against the likes of Matt Parsons, Kevin Bomford & Owen Bulman next Saturday night.
May driving a Henchcraft Chassis with a Suzuki power plant moved to the Mini Sprints last season in June after stints in AMCA, Dirt Modifieds & Speedcars & brought along crew member for all those years Brad Lowe, who has also picked up a car to go racing in & is now crewed by Tyler & Chris Sheaf.
Earlier this season, May almost pocketed the Geoff Moule Memorial blue ribbon event accept for running over the scales light, whilst it wasn't deliberate, May is seeking to put that behind him with a great title result in front of the same crowd.
The Victorian Speedway Council Gippsland venues give plenty of racing to the Mini Sprints & Bairnsdale Speedway has become a favourite of May's joining Warrnambool & Avalon in May's opinion.
May is already respected by his Mini Sprint peers after just a handful of events with the division & when it comes to the competitor eg respects most May had this to say. "Anybody who gets behind the wheel deserves respect. It takes courage & skill in any speedway division to race side by side with fifteen others inches away."
The Victorian Speedway Council wishes Dave the best of luck at Nyora.
Dave May would like to acknowledge support from: Triptych Lubricants Marks Transport All State Custom Trailers Geelong Transport Repairs
Written by Dean Thompson DMT Sports Media For Victorian Speedway Council
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