• The latest event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway featured Round 2 of the Ausloan Finance Track Championships with the main event being the South Australia V Victoria Modified Sedan Challenge. Throughout the night the Modified Sedans failed to disappoint but it was the visitors who dominated winning all three heats and the final as Scott Angus defeated good mate Cameron Dyke, with Corey Richter the best of the locals in third.

    “It was a late decision to come and race this weekend. Cameron rang me up on Wednesday and said let’s go on a road trip and now I’m glad we came. Everyone here, from the competitors, the Modified Sedan club, the Management have all been so helpful. It’s been fun, we will be back for sure” added Angus on the podium.

    After a great dice with Richter, Rob Uren had to settle for fourth, with Adam Haseldine, Jamie Owens and Wayne Williams completing the field.

    After running inside the top three Mildura’s Angelo Halacas threw away the chance of a Victorian sweep of the podium after contact resulted in a flat right front tyre. Halacas, Angus and Dyke each claimed a heat win.

    After starting from the pole Tyson Martin completely dominated the Wingless Sprints final as he led all 20 laps to finish ahead of Ryan Alexander, who was unable to capitalise on several late restarts. Jack McCarthy was able to finish third ahead of Bronson Mauro and Matthew Tyler, who managed to finish inside the top five result after transferring from the B-Main.

    Sam Martin backed up his feature win from a month ago with another strong run as he finished sixth with the top 10 being rounded out by Darryl Knuckey, Mason Merritt, Robert Heard and William Caruso.

    Throughout the night heat winners included McCarthy, Tapley, Caleb Evans, Ryan Alexander, Jason Bolitho and Tyson Martin, who won his heat by 8 seconds.

    The B-Main only saw nine cars front for action and after the 15 laps had been completed it was Matthew Tyler who won by over 2 seconds ahead of the Pitcher Racing pairing of Mason Merritt and Robert Heard. Michael Spoljaric was the final driver to book his spot in the A-main.

    The Formula 500’s were contesting round 2 of their SA State Series with 11 cars in the pit area including four from Victoria. After starting on the pole, the 20-lap feature saw an all the way win for Whyalla racer Angelo Karoussis as he won by over 2.6 seconds over Jordan Mansell and Victorian Dylan Anton. Corey Jones finished fourth after getting the better of Declan Robinson while Brad Turnball, Nathan O’Shea, Bayley Wilson, Harrison Pfitzer and Darren Richter completed the field. Opening round winner Liam Russell was the only driver who failed to finish.

    In the remaining classes Victorian Justin Richardson defeated Jake Armstrong and Kent Davey in the AMCA Nationals while Renee Pfeiler was an easy winner over Kym Simon and Nathan Johns in the V6 Sprints.

    Release by Phil Michell for the Murray Bridge Speedway

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