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  • American Sprintcar superstar Aaron Reutzel is a spectacular and somewhat shock inclusion in the 2019/2020 Ultimate Sydney Speedweek at Valvoline Raceway this summer.
  • Currently in preparation to enter what will be their 40th season of sprintcar racing, Krikke Motorsport will once again have the potent and professional services of Kerry Madsen behind the wheel of the WA # 2 Maxim machine for the upcoming 2019-20 season.
  • For Sprintcar Teams - Just a reminder that Expressions of Interest close today for the 2020 Australian Sprintcar Championship to be held at Latrobe Speedway. If you don't lodge a form it doesn’t mean that you still won’t be able to nominate, but it may mean that you are not eligible for any boat freight assistance - as this will be calculated on numbers obtained from the EOIs.
  • American Sprintcar superstar Brad “The Big Cat” Sweet is ready.
  • CASTROL Edge Lismore Speedway promoter Dave Lander will host a round of next season's World Series Sprintcars Championship at his venue.
  • Highly regarded long time Sydney speedway writer Dennis Newlyn achieved a unique honour during his visit to America for the recent Indianapolis 500.
  • During their first season together, Daniel Hartigan and Peter Harvey have certainly hit the ground running, racking up an impressive seven feature-race victories in Limited Sprintcars, the largest of which was the hotly-contested King of the Hill event at Geraldton Speedway, along with another feature-race win in 410 competition.
  • You know this season we’ve got some phenomenal Speedway racing coming your way!
  • The 2019-20 Premier Speedway Club Calendar has been finalised with 11 different divisions all being set to take to the track from opening night on Saturday November 2 through to Easter Sunday on April 12, 2020.
  • As each speedway season winds down for the winter break, attention always turns to the new season to come and what each track has planned for the months ahead. As such, with the 2018/2019 season at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway having concluded on Saturday night, track management have finalised their 2019/2020 event schedule, which includes all the events you know and love, as well as some exciting new additions to the calendar. Sprintcars will again take centre stage, which is hardly surprising given the incredible racing they delivered throughout the 2018/2019 season, but there is plenty of variety amongst the scheduled racing categories to satisfy open wheel and sedan fans alike.
  • Peter Lack got the win at Archerfield Speedway last night in the Grand Final of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series, and his last race at the Brisbane venue before hanging up the helmet. Lack closed in on Australian Sprintcar Champion Andrew Scheuerle, who was leading with two laps left to run, the pair navigating lapped traffic before Lack committed to the bottom coming out of turn two, challenging Scheuerle for the race lead with just one and half laps left to run. Lack made his way ahead of Scheuerle as they come out of turn four and raced past the white flag, timing his run perfectly and securing a very popular win. Andrew Scheuerle crossed the line in second with Allan Woods rounding out the podium. Michael Saller and Brent Kratzmann completed the top five while Kristy Bonsey had a brilliant drive to come home in sixth ahead of B-Main transferee Brock Dean. Darren Jensen, Randy Morgan and Tim Farrell rounded out the top ten.
  • In what proved a fitting result for a variety of reasons, Peter Lack drew the curtain on his Sprintcar career with a stirring win in the final round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (June 1). Lack started the event from the outside of row four and worked his forward before pouncing through turn four with only one lap remaining to slip ahead of Andrew Scheuerle, who already had the track championship safely in his keeping. Allan Woods finished in third spot ahead of Michael Saller and Brent Kratzmann, with Kristy Bonsey surging to sixth after starting 11th.
  • It is Grand Final time this Saturday night (June 1) at Audeck Archerfield Speedway with the 17th and final round of racing for the 2018/2019 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Whilst Andrew Scheuerle already has the track championship wrapped up, the final round will close out what has been a remarkable season of racing that has delivered fierce competition and breathtaking action. In fact, with Scheurele chasing his third consecutive feature race win and the minor placings in the championship still to be decided, it seems there might still be a few memorable moments yet to play out. Also featuring on a big season-ending program will be the Australian Lightning Sprintcar Championship and the Queensland Microsprint Championship, plus Street Stockers, Junior Sedans, Open Sedans and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • Thirty Sprintcars rolled into Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway last night for the second last time this season and treated the large crowd to some truly breath-taking racing. Peter Lack advanced through the three shootout events to earn pole position for the main race, with Kevin Titman sharing the front row. Titman led the field to the first corner but soon surrendered control to a determined Lack who went on to lead the first half of the race. Andrew Scheuerle, who displaced both Cody Maroske and Michael Saller in the first five laps to advance to third, came on strong at mid-race distance, catching Titman and Lack in lapped traffic. Scheuerle raced beautifully underneath Titman as they headed down the back straight before getting up the inside of Lack and getting his nose in front of Lack less than half a lap later. Lack fired back around the top side, refusing to surrender the lead, but Scheuerle was not done and persisted on the bottom, spending a few laps looking underneath Lack before eventually getting the job done and taking over the race lead. Lack of course fought back but soon found both Kevin Titman and Lachlan McHugh, who had transferred from the B-Main, on his tail. Titman got underneath Lack and moved into second, with McHugh looking to follow him through, but Lack dove back underneath Titman, shutting the door on McHugh, as they rounded turn three with twelve laps left to run. The trio raced three-wide through turn four as they negotiated over second, with Titman leading them into turn one. McHugh and Lack traded places back and forth as they fought over the final podium position with Cody Maroske closing in behind. Maroske made heavy contact with the wall and brought the race to a stop with only four laps left to run. Lack raced around Titman when the race resumed and set his sights on Scheuerle, challenging the Australian Champion all the way to the line, while Titman tried to hold off the hard-charging McHugh. Andrew Scheuerle got the win with Peter Lack home in second and Lachlan McHugh snaring third. Kevin Titman crossed the line in fourth, with Michael Saller rounding out the top five. Bryan Mann rode a massive crash in the Q16 racer with just two and half laps completed. The wonderful people of the crash crew and trackside paramedics assisted him off the track and we wish him a very speedy recovery.
  • In a continuation of the brilliant racing that has been the hallmark of the 2018/2019 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship, round 16 dished up another dazzling display of dirt track derring-do on Saturday night (May 25) as Australian champion Andrew Scheuerle held on to secure another win. In his penultimate Archerfield appearance before hanging up the helmet, Peter Lack stormed home to secure second spot ahead of Lachlan McHugh, who was spectacular again in delivering a mighty charge from 15th.
  • The Sprintcar Association of NSW held its end of season presentation dinner on Sunday, at the western Sydney-based St Marys Leagues Club, and it was there that Sam Walsh was officially celebrated at the 2018-19 Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW champion.
  • After a feast of sedan action last weekend, it is an all open-wheeler affair at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (May 25) featuring the penultimate round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. The final round of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship is also part of the huge Crazy Night program that includes Fireworks and the annual Caravan, Boat and Dunny Derby, along Compact Speedcars and the Jettco Brisvegas Jackpot for Formula 500s.
  • Expressions of Interest are now open for the 2020 Australian Sprintcar Championship to be held at Latrobe Speedway on Friday 31 January and Saturday 1 February 2020. In order for boat freight planning and logistics Expressions of interest are being called for by June 10. If you are a competitor or t
  • Consistency is often the key to winning and that has definitely been the case for Matt Davis this season, with the composed racer topping the Limited Sprintcar Association of WA Series point score by virtue of collecting numerous top-five results.
  • Last night Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway played host to Round Fifteen of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series, with Andrew Scheuerle taking the win in a thrilling final. With double points on the line last night, and the absence of his nearest rival in the local series, Scheuerle has also wrapped up the East Coast Logistics Series with two nights still to run. The battle for the minor places in the series though is really heating up with Allan Woods, Peter Lack, Brent Kratzmann and Kevin Titman all vying for the minor places. Last night Peter Lack led the main race early, before surrendering control to Andrew Scheuerle as they made their way through lapped traffic, while Lachlan McHugh climbed his way back to third after fading on the start. McHugh and Lack battled for most of the race, with Lack eventually pulling slightly ahead and having a bold but ultimately unsuccessful look around the outside of Scheuerle in an effort to regain control of the race. Lack had one last look up the inside of Scheuerle as they rounded the final two corners but could not quite get the job done, while McHugh took advantage of the clear track on the top side, and raced around Lack on the final corner to steal second moments before they crossed the line. Andrew Scheuerle got the win ahead of Lachlan McHugh and Peter Lack, while Kevin Titman and Brent Kratzmann both had phenomenal runs to cross the line fourth and fifth respectively.
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