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  • Busselton based Cameron Mckenzie, will return to the bright lights of the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night, which will see the running of the Ampol Legends of Speedway Big Chap 57.

    The event doubles as one of the final rounds of the Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series, with Mckenzie last competing on New Years Day at the Make Smoking History, Bunbury Speedway.

    McKenzie who will have his sixteenth start in a Sprintcar, in just his second season, after time racing Wingless Sprints and Formula 500s, will be looking to improve on his best finishing effort of eleventh, when he competes in the unique 57 lap A Main at the Motorplex, in honour of legendary Sprintcar driver Noel Bradford.

    Unlike Wingless and Formula 500 racing, one thing McKenzie has had to come to grips with, is qualifying, and knows all too well, that Qualifying can make or break a driver based on two laps at the commencement of the night.

    “I definitely want to improve on and better our previous results. Qualifying has let us down a little bit lately, I need to do better with the times, to set a night up better, but most importantly on Saturday night, I want to make it through to the pit stop, so for the last half we can be there in the mix to have a competitive result in the end”, McKenzie said.

    McKenzie would normally race under #4 but this weekend is racing under #22 as a way of saying thanks to his Team Owner and Crew Chief Russell Minchin.

    Saturday nights format will consist of qualifying, one heat race and a fifty seven lap marathon, with a pit stop towards the middle of the race.

    Nominations (23):
    2 Dayne Kingshott
    3 Callum Williamson
    8 Andrew Priolo
    9 AJ Nash
    11 Jason Kendrick
    14 Jason Pryde
    15 Trevor Reynolds
    17 George Eaton
    18 Trevor Jolly
    20 Ryan Lancaster
    22 Cameron Mckenzie
    25 Taylor Milling
    26 David Priolo
    41 Daniel Harding
    42 Ben Butcher
    55 Darren Mewett
    57 Shaun Bradford
    60 Kaiden Manders
    77 Brad Maiolo
    80 James Inglis
    79 Kris Coyle
    94 Matthew Cross
    96 Aldo De Paoli


    Cameron Mckenzie Racing Supported By
    JA Civil Resources
    MBT Enterprises
    N&C Adamson Excavator Hire
    Orange Pumps
    Fergys Engineering
    JC Performance Heads




    Cameron McKenzie Set For 57 Laps on Saturday night. Photos courtesy of Peter Roebuck

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