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  • The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is pleased to announce that Hoosier Tire Australia have again locked in as a major sponsor for the upcoming 2019 – 2020 season. The WAV tyre will continue to be used as the right rear control tyre for all Series rounds.
  • Almost 90 competitors will fill the pit area on Saturday night (October 19) at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway for night number 3 of the 2019/20 season with the headline act being round 1 of the 410ci Sprintcar Country Tri-Series. The field includes 16 of the best local racers who will all be keen to take out the opening 410ci Sprintcar main event of the South Australian season.
  • It's not long now until on-line ticket sales for the 2019-20 Premier Speedway season commence.
  • Racing action returns to Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway this weekend when one of Australia’s most accomplished Sprintcar competitors will take on the local stars in round two of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. South Australian hotshoe Steven Lines will have opening round winner Kevin Titman in his sights when he hits Brisbane on Saturday night (October 19). With several regulars making their first appearance for the season, along with the addition of several new competitors and others returning after an extended absence, Lines will face off against a stacked field in his bid to secure feature race success for Queensland-based car owner Dave Horrall. Another strong line-up of AMCA Nationals will provide solid support in round two of their Shock Absorber Therapy Track Championship, with Compact Speedcars, RSA Sedans, Open Sedans and Formula 500 Juniors hitting the track for the first time to complete another packed program at Queenslands premier speedway.
  • This Saturday night the opening round of the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series for the 2019-2020 season is back into action at Heartland Raceway Echuca/ Moama with a very healthy field of drivers from near and far looking for the glory on the night.
  • The 2020 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic may still be more than three months away, but entry forms are available to potential participants, with three drivers having already signaled their intent to be at Warrnambool come January 24-26, 2020.
  • The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series Bar Up 8 Award continues for another season. “Shaun Forrell, Proprietor of Bar Up Bullbars is a great supporter of the Series as both a sponsor and a driver. Shaun has been racing with the series since we started and attends as many shows as his commitments allow. His dedication to 360 racing is awesome and we really do appreciate it.” Promoter Searle says
  • Paul & Lynton Jeffrey of Vortex Racing Products has again offered to supply the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series with an Outlaw Top wing for their End of Season Championship. The “Vortex Altitude Award” is presented to the driver with the most & biggest roll over’s for the season.
  • The Premier Speedway Club is excited to announce that Parr Motorsports will again be the Naming Rights partners of the 2019-20 Sprintcar Track Championship at Sungold Milk Stadium.
  • Ten More Sleeps until on-line ticket sales commence for the 2019-20 Premier Speedway Season.
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  • For the second season in succession the South Australian Sprintcar Title will be staged at the Whyalla Speedway with the race once again paying a massive $10,000 to the winner. Preparations for the event are well underway with the title being held in just under three weeks on October 26, 2019. In addition to the action-packed evening being the State Title, it was also double as Round 2 of the Sprintcar Country Tri-Series, with the opening round being held the week prior at Murray Bridge.
  • For the first time since stepping up into the Sprintcar ranks over a decade ago Steven and Mark Caruso swept the top two podium positions in a 360ci Sprintcar A-Main as they defeated Hayden Pitt in the opening Sprintcar event of the South Australian season. In what was a great finish to the 30-lap main event Steven fended off a late race charge from his older brother Mark and he went on to win by less than half a second to claim his first Sprintcar feature win in over three years.
  • The East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series kicked off at Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night, with a strong field of twenty-seven cars taking to the track and putting on a spectacular show for the large Brisbane crowd. Kevin Titman proved early that he is in magnificent form this season and dominated proceedings last night, from setting quick time in qualifying, advancing in both his heat events, winning the Dash and finally getting a long awaited win at the end of a tantalising A-Main. Andrew Scheuerle was forced to settle for second, after having come from tenth on the starting grid of the main race. Scheuerle had even momentarily taken the lead from Titman before a caution with eleven laps left to run saw him relegated back to second, where be spent most of the rest of the race defending himself from a hard-charging Luke Oldfield. Oldfield crossed the line in third with Lachlan McHugh, who had transferred from the B-Main, home a strong fourth, and Mitchell Gee, now onboard the Q43 racer, rounding out the top five.
  • The 2019/2020 Queensland speedway season got underway with a spectacular night of racing at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday evening (October 5). In front of a packed house, Kevin Titman dished up the best performance of his Sprintcar career with a dominant display in the opening round of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Having topped qualifying and then securing top-five results in both of his heats, Titman subsequently took out the Trax Tyre and Auto Dash to secure pole position for the feature, from where he proved unstoppable in leading all 30 laps. Australian champ Andrew Scheuerle climbed from 10th to finish second ahead of Luke Oldfield, with Lachlan McHugh surging into fourth after transferring from the B Main.
  • Two of Knoxville Raceway and American Sprintcar racing’s fresh new talents have expressed their keen interest in racing in Australia this summer.
  • The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series in conjunction with Heystbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway are pleased to announce that to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the All Star Challenge the show will have a boost in prize money.
  • The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway season steps up a gear this weekend (Saturday October 5) with the first Sprintcar race of the 2019/20 season. A stout field of 15 competitors, that includes some of the best 360ci Sprintcar drivers in the state, will chase the opening main event win of the local season.
  • Jamie Oldfield will commit to a big summer season, announcing that he will compete in almost every round of the prestigious series in 2019/2020.
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