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  • Sprintcars SA on Saturday evening May 27 in conjunction with the Speedcar and Formula 500 clubs conducted a very successful presentation evening at the Adelaide 36ers basketball stadiums function centre .
  • The Sprintcars Queensland 2016-2017 race season concluded last night at AusDeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway with the final night of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. There were double points of the line and with just eleven points separating the top two drivers (Luke Oldfield and Andrew Scheuerle) going into the night, with third placed Peter Lack still a mathematical chance just fifty-nine points behind Scheuerle, there was never any doubt that the championship would go down to the final race. All three drivers suffered misfortune in the feature event last night, and while Luke Oldfield has walked away with both the Track Championship and the Club Championship, last night there was no stopping Bryan Mann as he raced to victory at the conclusion of the thirty-lap affair. Mann led most of the race after starting from the front row, and while Oldfield briefly relieved him of control of the race and both Lack and David Murcott occasionally challenged for the lead, Mann drove a clean, solid race, skilfully navigating lapped traffic before taking the win for the final time this season. David Murcott crossed the line in second while Brent Kratzmann, who had a number of impressive runs in the heats, climbed through the field to return to the podium in third. Mick Sauer and Callum Walker rounded out the top five last night.
  • Amidst all of the action, drama and heartache you would expect with so much on the line, it was Bryan Mann who emerged triumphant in the final round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 27). In a race that saw all three championship contenders strike trouble, Mann raced from the outside front row to ultimately finish ahead of David Murcott and Brent Kratzmann in a thrilling race that served as a fitting finale for what has been another spectacular season. In a stunning run through the field after transferring from the B Main, Mick Sauer surged into fourth ahead of Callum Walker, David Whell and Luke Oldfield, who emerged as the new track champion despite throwing away the race lead with a mistake on lap 20.
  • With the installation of the tracks very own permanent Super Screen 7Mate Northline Speedway and the Ostojic Chariots of Thunder series is proud to announce Clayperview will be broadcasting all 5 rounds live in August.
  • After 14 rounds of racing in a series that kicked off back in September, less than a dozen points separate Luke Oldfield and Andrew Scheuerle heading into the final round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this weekend. It is remarkable that the championship battle remains so close and it sets the scene for a high stakes feature race on Saturday night (May 27) when Scheurele and Oldfield are joined by another 20+ drivers to contest the championship Grand Final. In what is going to be a massive night of open wheel championship action, Midgets drivers are also contesting the final round of the Polar Ice Track Championship and the Formula 500s have gathered a cracking field for the final round of their KRE Race Engines Series.
  • Planning has begun in earnest for WSS31 with Speedway Australia, Team Owners and Drivers working together in readiness for what promises to be an exciting new era for Australia's toughest national Sprintcar competition.
  • Saturday night’s action-packed season opener at Darwin’s 7Mate Northline Speedway saw Chace Karpenko start his 2017 season in the best possible fashion by coming away with the win in the Sprintcars feature race.
  • Youngster Callum Walker reached a new career highlight on Saturday night at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway, when he managed to claim his maiden 410 Sprintcar feature-race podium result.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria closed off the 2016-2017 season with the annual presentation dinner in Geelong that was once again a big night with so many awards handed out along with the final of the Eureka Garages and Sheds Series awards, the KTM Motorbike and Western Nissan 11th to 20th cash award that were drawn on the night with over one hundred and seventy drivers, teams, guests and season sponsors in attendance.
  • 7mate Northline Speedway has now formally released the Ostojic Chariots of Thunder competitor information.
  • The V88 Sprintcar Team and David Murcott today announced their intention to compete in the 2017/2018 World Series Sprintcars competition.
  • David Murcott stormed to victory in Round Fourteen of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at AusDeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night in a stout field of twenty-seven immensely talented drivers. Murcott didn’t have an easy run to the chequered flag though with Luke Oldfield challenging relentlessly and even briefly stealing control of the race on a couple of occasions. Lapped traffic played a big part in the race and while Murcott and Oldfield weaved their way through the back markers as they jostled for the lead, Peter Lack held down a solid third and, as the race started to draw to a close, began challenging Oldfield for second. In a devastating blow to both his race and his championship hopes, Lack suddenly slowed to a stop just half a lap away from the chequered flag. Callum Walker, who had done a magnificent job to be sitting in fourth, inherited third to complete the podium, while Kevin Titman and Dave Whell rounded out the top five.
  • The 2016/2017 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship is set for a thrilling conclusion after the two leading series contenders experienced mixed fortunes in the penultimate round of racing at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 13). Two-time national champion Dave Murcott triumphed in the 30-lap feature race ahead of Luke Oldfield, who started the meeting just 11points behind series leader Andrew Scheuerle in their fight for the championship. Callum Walker scored the best result of his fledgling career when he secured third place ahead of Kevin Titman,David Whell, Allan Woods and Ben Hilder, with Scheuerle salvaging an 8th-place finish after restarting from the rear following a tyre change during a restart on lap three.
  • If open wheel dirt track racing is what you like, then Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway is where you need to be this Saturday night (May 13) for an exclusively open wheel program that includes round 14 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship and the annual 50-lap Midget marathon, plus Wingless Sprints, Lightning Sprints and Microsprints. Although the season is winding down with only two more rounds remaining, the ECL Sprintcar Track Championship is a long way from being resolved with Andrew Scheuerle clinging to an 11-point lead over Luke Oldfield, while Peter Lack lurks just 46 points further back in third overall.
  • History making Australian Allstar Sprintcar brothers Paul and Chris Solomon are set to take their down-under brand of Sprintcar racing to America for a concentrated campaign across the Southern and Mid-West states commencing this month.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria Inc committee is please to be able to announce the proposed 2017-2018 season race date Calendar. The venues and the SRA of Vic have been working on the dates for some time now, once again there are a few changes and additions to the planned Calendar. Some events and dates may be subject to change prior to the new season commencing while one or two event types are yet to be announced.
  • Twenty-Eight Sprintcars rolled into Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night, Saturday 29 April 2017, for Round Thirteen of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Andrew Scheuerle was the man to beat all night but a blistering right rear tyre in the feature event hampered his progress and whilst Scheuerle had a commanding lead in the first half of the race, Luke Oldfield soon raced into the lead. Oldfield opened a sizable margin over his rival, while Scheuerle held down a strong second for the rest of the race but with Brent Kratzmann closing in as the laps wore on. Scheuerle crossed the line in second while Brent Kratzmann completed the podium, managing to hold off a hard charging Peter Lack. Kratzmann and Lack battled for much of the race, putting on a mesmerising show for race fans, with Lack forced to settle for fourth at the fall of the chequered flag. Cody Maroske rounded out the top five after an impressive drive from ninth.
  • Brett Milburn finish the season on a high last night at Avalon Raceway to win the SRA 360 Sprintcar Diggers Cup from three of the new generation drivers, Rusty Hickman took second place while Brayden Parr finished in third and Jordyn Charge came home in fourth place.
  • In another of the barnstorming performances for which he has become synonymous, Luke Oldfield scorched to his tenth feature race for the season when he chased down Andrew Scheuerle to win round 15 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 29). Scheuerle looked a certain winner for a considerable portion of the race until a deflating tyre made its presence felt and left him with no answer to Oldfield’s challenge. In his best result of the season, Brent Kratzmann snared third spot ahead of Pater Lack, Cody Maroske and David Whell, with Dan Murray, Brad Ayers, Allan Woods and Mark Pholi completing the top ten.
  • With the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway season coming to a close, preparations are well underway for next season including the introduction of a new corporate area on the turn 1 hill, which will provide a breathtaking view of the action.
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