The highly successful Ultimate Pink Night event will once again be held at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway this coming season Proudly presented by The Chronicle Newspaper in Toowoomba the event will feature some of Queensland’s best Speedway drivers racing for a cause that is close to everyone’s heart.
The 2018-19 Premier Speedway Club Calendar has been finalised with 13 different divisions all being set to take to the track from opening night on Saturday November 3 through to Easter Sunday on April 21, 2019.
Due to a lack of available Track Volunteers the Sprintcar meeting scheduled for July 7th at the Northline Speedway in Darwin has been moved to July 21st 2018.
Our 2017-2018 race season officially concluded last night with a huge presentation dinner held at the beautiful Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane. Sprintcars Queensland drivers, crews, officials and sponsors dressed up for the elegant affair, in which we were treated to a night of relaxed fun, good food and plenty of entertainment as we celebrated the absolutely massive season that we have just had, the achievements of our drivers and teams, and thanked our invaluable volunteers, supporters and sponsors.
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series are pleased to announce that in conjunction with the SA Sprintcar Club they will be incorporating the 360 South Australian State Title on December 8th at Sunline Speedway, Waikerie.
here’s much for speedway fans in tropical Far North Queensland to be excited about this season, with 410 Sprintcars set to make a long-awaited return to Cairns International Speedway next month for the Thunder in the Canebowl event.
DESPITE only contesting 10 shows the 2017-18 sprintcar season was a successful one for Mandurah racer Adrian Haywood.
The 2017-18 season has without a doubt been the best one yet for Carly Walsh, who has continued to show great progress in her Wingless Sprints career, recently wrapping up the overall Ladies of the Dirt Series.
The 2018-19 season is gearing up to be a big one for Wingless Sprint regular Sam Borlini, who will be running double duties this season, having recently made his debut with the 360 Sprintcars class aboard his WA # 24 Nyabing Transport / Nyabing AG Services backed Maxim.
With the 2017/2018 Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway season having just wrapped up, attention now turns to what is shaping as a massive 2018/2019 campaign at the Brisbane venue. The 2018/2019 season calendar has been released and the highlight of the upcoming season will undoubtedly be the staging of the 57th Australian Sprintcar Championship over two spectacular nights on January 26 and 27. Is there a better way to celebrate the Australia Day weekend than watching Australias finest Sprintcar drivers do battle for the prestige that comes with an Australian Championship victory? It promises to be something very special and will be preceded by a special midweek Prelude to the Championship event on Wednesday, January 23 that will also feature the Queensland AMCA Nationals Championship.
The Premier Speedway Club, Warrnambool is once again preparing for what promises to be an exciting 2018-19 Speedway season, with the highlight of the year once again set to be the 47th South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic.
Back-to-back 410 Sprintcar feature-race wins have been the perfect way for Chace Karpenko to begin his 2018 season campaign at his home track: Darwin’s Northline Speedway.
The 2018 C & R Construction Darwin Sprintcar Title kept sprincar fans on the edge of their seats all the way to the checkered flag. Chace ‘The Ace’ Karpenko held onto the lead in the final laps to be crowned the 2018 winner of the Darwin Sprintcar Title. Karpenko fought hard in the heat racing, to put his car at the front of the field in the feature race.
While 2017-18 certainly hasn’t been the best of seasons for Peter Lack and the GW Racing team, it couldn’t have finished on a more positive note last Saturday night, with Lack making a return to victory lane in the final East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series round at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway.
Making the huge step into 360 Sprintcars from Speedway Karts at the beginning of the 2017-18 season off the back of an opportunity from fellow racer Scott Johnston, Libby Ellis has thoroughly enjoyed her debut with the class, having received great encouragement from her more experienced counterparts.
Mother Nature had one last go at taking out the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Championship at Archerfield Speedway last night, some persistent late afternoon showers causing a rain delay of nearly an hour before the pit gates even opened, leaving us with a very wet track. Track conditions led to some interesting qualifying results and heat grids, and with both Club Championship and East Coast Logistics Track Championship points on the line, we certainly had an interesting night of Sprintcar racing. By the final fall of the chequered flag it was Peter Lack who secured the win in our final race of the 2017-2018 season while Andrew Scheuerle charged home in second after another impressive drive in the Q25 Ausdeck Patios and Roofing racer. Mitchell Gee, who endured a horrendous run of bad luck in his heats, had a truly mesmerising run to cross the line in third after initially being scheduled to start the B-Main from position ten and subsequently charging through both the B and A-Main fields. Brock Dean had a solid run in the Q8 racer to finish fourth while pole-sitter Kevin Britten managed to hang on to fifth despite a last lap challenge from Brent Kratzmann, the pair crossing the line side-by-side with Britten hanging on to fifth by just 0.019 seconds, leaving Brent Kratzmann, who came from the rear of the field after an opening lap incident, to settle for sixth.
Following a decision to team up this season, co car owners Grant Stansfield and Paul Robilliard have well and truly exceeded expectations in what was Stansfield’s maiden season in 410 Sprintcars.
The end is nigh. After 15 rounds of racing since it kicked off in September, the 2017/2018 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship wraps up this Saturday night (May 26) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway with Andrew Scheuerle poised to reclaim the title. Also on the program this weekend is the final round of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship and the final round of the KRE Race Engines Formula 500 Championship Series, along with Compact Speedcars, Fireworks and the chaos and carnage of the Caravan, Boat and Dunny Derby.
Darwin Sprintcar Titles will headline round 3 of racing at 7MATE Northline Speedway this Saturday Night, 26th of May. Benny Atkinson Jnr will make his Sprintcar career debut on the dirt track and what a way to celebrate his recent 16th birthday. The Atkinson Family name is well known in the Australian Sprintcar scene and Benny Jnr will have all the experience of his father in his corner.
Jamie Veal has nominated the SWI Racing V35 machine for the Chariots of Thunder series set to commence 17th of August. It was 12 years ago Veal turned his first lap around 7mate Northline speedway in the PCR, Ken Veal outfit days. In fact, it was the first race of Jamie Veal’s career.