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  • James McFadden led home a Warrnambool clean sweep of the podium in the final of the South West Conveyancing Fifty for 50 at Sungold Stadium Premier Speedway, Warrnambool. After starting from the pole McFadden was at the front of the field for the entire journey as he defeated Jamie Veal and Darren Mollenoyux in what was his second victory of the 2021 Speedway Australia Sprintcar Super Series.
  • Sprintcar Super Series Points after Round 3 (22/1/21) at the Premier Speedway at Warrnambool – Top 20:
  • Night Two of the South West Conveyancing Fifty for 50 Weekend will be conducted at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool tonight.
  • For the second night in a row Lachlan McHugh has paced the field from the green flag to the chequered as he claimed Night 1 of the Southwest Conveyancing 50 for Fifty at the Premier Speedway at Warrnambool, an event that incorporated Round 3 of the Speedway Australia Sprintcar Super Series. McHugh held out the fast-finishing duo of Matt Egel and Darren Mollenoyux to win the 30-lap finale by less than a second.
  • The South West Conveyancing Fifty for 50 Weekend will kick off tonight at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool with a stout field of Sprintcars set to battle it out for what is a very healthy pay day!
  • Time is running out to purchase tickets for Premier Speedway’s Fifty for 50 event with reserved tickets for Friday Nights Racing to cease at Midnight Thursday, while Saturday’s on-line Ticket Sales will cease at Midnight on Friday.
  • With thanks to Dave Challons and the Team at Camden Signage and Building Services, there is a little Cash Reward for the Driver who wins the Dash on each night of the South West Conveyancing Fifty for 50 weekend!
  • Excitement and Momentum continues to build ahead of this Friday and Saturday nights South West Conveyancing Fifty for 50 weekend with tickets continuing to sell as sponsorship of all 50 laps of Saturday night’s Sprintcar Feature event are sold out!
  • As the saying goes, there is no I in team, and that was certainly the case when it comes to summing up American Brock Zearfoss’s successful WA Speedweek Series campaign with renowned Western Australian-based car owner Sean Carren.
  • Sprintcars returned to Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba last night for the final night of the Sprintcar State's Series QLD/NSW: Super Sevens Series, with Marcus Dumesny snaring the win in a thrilling and action-packed main event, with Jayden Peacock and Randy Morgan joining him on the podium. Lachlan McHugh and Luke Oldfield rounded out the top five place getters last night, both racing forward from the rear of the A-Main field, with just thirty-five laps to use to get to the front. Lachlan McHugh also wrapped up the Sprintcar State's Series QLD/NSW: Super Sevens Series, taking the overall win ahead of Marcus Dumesny and Luke Oldfield with Cody Maroske and Ryan McNamara completing the top five in the series.
  • Avalon Raceway Release their official Nominations for the Presidents Cup
  • In what was one of the largest fields of Sprintcars seen at the venue in recent years, twenty-eight Sprintcars headed North to Fraser Shores Maryborough Speedway last night for Round Three of the Sprintcar State's Series QLD/NSW: Super Sevens Series for a special Tuesday night show. It was an action-packed night, with the lap record being lowered several times, it now sits a remarkable 0.677 seconds lower than it did at the start of the night, with the night culminating in a breath-taking feature event that included a three-way battle for the race lead in heavy lapped traffic. In the end it was Lachlan McHugh who again got the win, with Marcus Dumesny second and Jayden Peacock rounding out the podium in third. Darren Jensen and Brodie Tulloch completed the top five on a track that remained fast from qualifying right through the feature event.
  • Cameron Waters will make his sprint car debut on home soil this Saturday night, the first of a number of such drives over summer for the Tickford Racing pilot. His maiden start will come at Timmis Speedway in Mildura, where the 26-year-old was born, with around 10 events on the cards this year. The 2020 Bathurst 1000 pole-sitter will drive for Colin McQuinn’s Chief Racing team in a Maxim chassis recently acquired from the McFadden family.
  • Sprintcars Queensland headed to Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway last night for Round One of the Sprintcar State's Series QLD/NSW: Super Sevens Sprintcar Series, and while it was starting to look likely that Lachlan McHugh was going to get another win under his belt, Mother Nature intervened and the feature event was cancelled after just six laps. McHugh was leading when the event was cancelled, with Taylor Prosser second ahead of Andrew Wright, Randy Morgan and Cody Maroske.
  • For the past 2 seasons the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series have been supported by BK Racing Ti Components and this season the support continues. Over the past 18 months BK Racing has extended their product line and is now the Australian Distributor for K1 Race Gear.
  • Nominations are now open for the opening round of the Sprintcars SA Speedweek on Boxing Day (26th December, 2020) at the Whyalla Speedway. Whyalla is set to be the first of a four round series with the opening night paying $10,000 to win and a total A-Main payout of $26,300.
  • Sprintcars Queensland headed to Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway last night for Rumble on the Mountain and what a night of Sprintcar racing it was. The main race started with a breath-taking battle for the race lead between Brent Kratzmann and Luke Oldfield, the pair exchanging positions back and forth relentlessly for several laps before Kratzmann settled into the race lead, only for Lachlan McHugh and Cody Maroske to join the fight, displacing both Oldfield and Kratzmann and going on to have their own intense battle for control of the race. The racing was brilliant, with an elated Cody Maroske getting the win at the conclusion of the thirty-lap affair and Lachlan McHugh forced to settle for second. Mitchell Gee managed to finish third and round out the podium, while early leader Brent Kratzmann crossed the line in fourth ahead of an impressive Tim Farrell who rounded out the top five, having made his way ahead of Luke Oldfield before the fall of the chequered flag.
  • After a year away from the driver seat Brad Keller made a triumphant return to racing with an all the way win at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in only his second start back. Following a heat win and a second placing in his heats Keller started on the pole and then went on to dominate the A-Main, in what was Round 2 of the Sprintcars SA Tri-Series.
  • Cody Maroske scored his maiden Sprintcar feature race win in the opening round of the 2020/2021 Archerfield Speedway Track Championship on Saturday night (October 17). For the fifth time in as many feature race starts so far this season, Luke Oldfield finished in second spot, with defending track champ Aaron Kelly clinching third spot ahead of Callum Walker and Kevin Titman in an action-packed 30-lap showdown. Having transferred from the B Main, Andrew Corbet surged through the field to secure sixth, with Brock Dean next best and the last runner on the lead lap, leaving Adam Butler, Kristy Bonsey and Tim Farrell to round out the top ten.
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