James McFadden led from start to finish to claim the penultimate round of World Series Sprintcars at the Perth Motorplex on Friday night.
Friday Feb 22, 2019 - James McFadden has clawed back to within 188 points of the QSS World Series Sprintcars lead with an emphatic win at the penultimate round at the Perth Motorplex.
Going into this weekend’s round of the Eureka Garages and Sheds Series at Moama Brenten “Smooch” Farrer currently sits in sixth overall on the points chart and having tasted success previously at the venue he will be hoping that his recent strong run will continue.
After a well deserved break to rest, repair and re-group, Sprintcar teams fire up again this Saturday night (February 23) for round 11 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Another impressive field of drivers is set to lock horns as Andrew Scheuerle chases his third consecutive feature race win in his bid to defend his track championship crown. Of course, the first of Scheuerles back-to-back wins was the Australian Championship feature race late last month, which he followed with an emphatic victory in round 11 of the ECL Series two weeks later. Also featuring this weekend on another packed Archerfield program will be Lightning Sprints, Compact Speedcars, Modlites and Microsprints.
This Saturday night the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series returns to the Echuca / Moama Heartland Raceway venue for round nine of the series with a quality field of drivers entered, the likes of Grant Anderson, Charles Hunter, Bobby Daly last round winner Matthew Reed, Queensland Champion Mitchell Gee, South Australia’s hard charger Ryan Jones and many more.
With the 9th annual Spud Show scheduled for March 2nd at Borderline Speedway, Mt Gambier we are very pleased to announce a new sponsor for the event and welcomes back a long-time supporter. GT Bobcat and Central Vic Earthworks have taken up naming rights for the show. Paying $3000 for the win and total purse of $12K this show is a must attend for 360 teams.
Despite what will be a long-haul west Warrnambool racer Tim Van Ginneken is the first non-Western Australian entry for the 2019 Australian 360ci Sprintcar Title at the Kalgoorlie International Speedway.
As the World Series Sprintcars roadshow heads into the final two rounds of the 2018-19 series, Steve Lines leads the tally by a slender seven points over Kerry Madsen with a further 230 back to James McFadden. As series host Bennie Bish discovered however, there’s more on the line for Lines than just getting his second series win.
Following last Saturday night’s eighth World Series Sprintcar Championship round at Albany’s Attwell Park Speedway in Western Australia, the Krikke Motorsport team and their driver Kerry Madsen are hot in pursuit of the championship lead, which currently sits just seven points out of reach.
Defending Australian 360ci Sprintcar Champion Kaiden Manders is set to defend his National crown at the Kalgoorlie International Speedway next month after officially nominating for the 15th running of the Australian Title. The event is set to be conducted over two big nights of racing in the Western Australian goldfields between March 15 and 16, 2019.
What a difference a week can make; this time last weekend Mark Caruso’s SA33 Cool car looked very sad and sore after a very heavy impact into the wall at Heartland Raceway. The team made the 9 hour trip back home with a destroyed race car in the back of the transporter planning how much work they would need to complete for the next round the following weekend.
Kaiden Manders and the #60 J&S Drilling Sprintcar team turned on a very competitive performance during the World Series Sprintcars round at the Albany Speedway last Saturday.
What proved to be a tough night at the office for some drivers that was not the case for seven times Series Champion Matthew Reed who drove well all night to suit the track conditions and take out the Eureka Garages & sheds Sprintcar Series round eight win at Western Speedway Hamilton to narrowly defeat Charles Hunter to the finish line.
Steve Lines has cemented his role as this year’s QSS World Series Sprintcars “spoiler” after a phenomenal victory in round eight at Albany Speedway to register three successive wins at the venue in World Series competition.
For the third weekend in a row and the third state in a row Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series teams are heading off to Sunline Speedway, Waikerie, S.A. this Saturday night. This will be Round 9 of the 12 round series. “After 100th anniversary celebrations over the past two weekends this weekend should be a bit less pressure, but having said that points for the End of Season Championship will really start to get serious so maybe not.” Searle tells us.
Last Saturday night was one to remember for young Sprintcar driver Brayden Parr, who collected the second 360 Sprintcar All Stars Series round win of his career at Moama’s Heartland Raceway, by virtue of what was a calculated feature-race performance.
After the new year’s break from the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series it’s time to get back down to business for round eight of the Series at Western Speedway Hamilton this weekend that has attracted thirty seven nominations so far for this event with all the top ten in the points standings in the field.
Marcus Dumesny scored the second feature-race win of his career last Saturday night at Valvoline Raceway, taking out the Ultimate Sprintcar Summer Slam on what was a very challenging race track, after a freak storm hit the venue 24 hours earlier.
Making a last-minute decision to participate in last Saturday night’s South Australian 410 Sprintcar Title at Whyalla’s Westline Speedway, it was a decision that proved rewarding for the Krikke Motorsport team, with team driver Kerry Madsen scoring the win.
Kaiden Manders and the #60 J&S Drilling Sprintcar team were very competitive once again at the Perth Motorplex last Saturday evening.