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  • In front of a packed house at Sunline Speedway Paul ‘Cyclone’ Solomon took out his second feature win for the season.
  • Last night thirty-four Sprintcars rolled into Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba for the Pitstop 50 and Round Four of the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship. It was an eventful night of Sprintcar racing, culminating in a thrilling 50-lap feature event, which saw Bryan Mann, Brent Kratzmann, Andrew Scheuerle, Robbie Farr and Luke Oldfield amongst the casualties that littered the infield by the time the chequered flag flew. Despite the long list of casualties, it was Danny Reidy who stood atop the podium at the end of the night, never phased as the chaos unfolded behind him. Reidy spent the first half of the main race in second before racing exquisitely underneath Farr to secure the race lead with twenty-one laps left remaining. Farr exited the race soon after, having collected the wall and spectacularly inverting the Q7 racer. Behind Reidy the battle for second was literally decided on the line. Mitchell Gee had run a brilliant race, sitting inside the top three for most of the race, but the late race battle with Jayden Peacock captivated the crowd. Peacock made one last charge as the pair exited the final corner, crossing the line side-by-side, with Jayden Peacock just managing to snare second by just 0.156 seconds. Mitchell Gee was forced to settle for third with Geoff Ensign and Jordyn Brazier rounding out the top five. Peter Lack crossed the line in a very impressive sixth, after having come from the rear of the field, twice.
  • Another driver adds his name to the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series feature winners list, Grant Stansfield powered his way to the lead of round ten of the Series at Western Speedway Hamilton last night in front of a very healthy crowd to take his first Sprintcar feature in his rookie season of sprintcar competition beating home Peter Doukas and Brayden Parr.
  • Danny Reidy has driven faultlessly to break a long winning drought at the Pitstop 50 at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, Toowoomba.
  • JAMIE Veal claimed the combined World Series Sprintcars/AHG Sprintcar Series round at Quit Bunbury Speedway on Saturday night, leading the entire 30-lap journey, taking the win James McFadden and Carson Macedo.
  • THE fields are growing for the next two rounds of the AHG Sprintcar Series - to be held at Albany Speedway this Friday night and Quit Bunbury Speedway on Saturday night.
  • Toowoomba born and raised Sprintcar driver Dave Whell is preparing to back up last season’s breakthrough win at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, Charlton this Saturday.
  • The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series is off to Western Speedway Hamilton this weekend the 17th of February for round ten of the thirteen round Series and all the main players for have entered. Rusty Hickman, Brett Milburn, Tim Hutchins, Jacob Smith, Charles Hunter, Grant Stansfield plus a few other name drivers, add the night two Classic A Main front row drivers of Peter Doukas and John Vogels plus one of South Australia’s best Daniel Pestka and you have one classy field.
  • Kaiden Manders and the J&S Drilling #60 car have finished fourth at the Perth Motorplex last Saturday evening.
  • After just over a month with no racing locally, the stars of Sprintcars Queensland were keen to get back track side at Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night where they were set to contest Round 10 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series. While the day saw beautiful blue skies, the sun shining with a typical Queensland heat, the clouds rolled in during qualifying and we endured yet another rain delay. With only two bouts of rain on the radar we waited the weather out and Archerfield Speedway Promoter John Kelly jumped straight into prepping the track. Having lost a couple of hours we were forced to alter our format, once again adopting the Outlaws format, with Luke Oldfield finally managing to get a win on the board this season. Oldfield led every lap of the main event after starting from pole position, but Andrew Scheuerle stepped up the pace in the closing laps, challenging hard in lapped traffic but ultimately forced to settle for second. Mitchell Gee crossed the line in third, edging ever closer to the leaders as they navigated lapped traffic, with Callum Walker home in fourth. Peter Lack crossed the line an impressive fifth, after initially starting the B-Main from position seven before securing a transfer and weaving his way through the field to salvage a top five finish.
  • Chris Solomon took out his first A Main win for the season last night in RD8 of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series at Heartland Raceway. A calculated drive by Solomon after starting in P5 moving forward every lap until he was in a position to challenge for the lead. “I ran the early laps up high but after banging the wall several times I figured this wasn’t going to work so went down low. We started to figure the car out tonight which has taken us long enough but we finally got there.” Chris said at the Presentation.
  • Brad Maiolo is eyeing off a third successive AHG Sprintcar Series Championship with five rounds remaining.
  • Riding a wave of good fortune and taking maximum advantage of every opportunity that came his way, Luke Oldfield was unstoppable in round ten of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February 10). Having qualified on pole position, Oldfield led every lap of the feature race to defeat Andrew Scheuerle and Mitchell Gee and extend his lead in the championship standings. Callum Walker finished fourth ahead of Peter Lack, Allan Woods, Ben Hilder and Californian Geoff Ensign, with Anthony Lambert next best and the final runner on the lead lap.
  • SHAUN Bradford won round 11 of the AHG Sprintcar Series at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night, crossing the line ahead of Jason Kendrick and Brad Maiolo.
  • Rain has forced the cancellation of Round 10 of QSS World Series Sprintcars at Solo Hobart Speedway before a wheel was even turned.
  • IT's time to get serious for the hit 92.9 Kendrick Racing Team as it prepares for the business end of the season.
  • As the hectic month of February continues the All Star Series heads back to Heartland Raceway for RD8 of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series this Saturday 10th February. Holding the second round their back in November drivers are keen to get back to the big almost half mile complex. The wide open track is always popular amongst the teams and this weekend will be no exception.
  • A SOLID field of 27 cars is locked in for round 11 of the AHG Sprintcar Series at the Perth Motorplex this Saturday night.
  • A SOLID field of 27 cars is locked in for round 11 of the AHG Sprintcar Series at the Perth Motorplex this Saturday night.
  • It might’ve have taken a bit longer than anticipated, but in last Saturday night’s ninth World Series Sprintcar Championship round at Latrobe’s Gulf Western & Independent Oils Raceway in Tasmania, Jamie Veal and the Krikke Motorsport team opened their 2017-18 season WSS winning account.
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