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  • The 2016-17 season was an impressive one for Corey McCullagh and it recently concluded with a third-place finish in the overall Easter Sprintcar Trail point standings.
  • Tim Van Ginneken wrapped up his 2016-17 season with a mixed bag of results throughout the three nights of the Easter Sprintcar Trail.
  • Despite narrowly missing out on the overall point standings victory in the Easter Sprintcar Trail, Shaun Dobson’s weekend was highlighted by an impressive opening round victory at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway.
  • After an impressive and consistent performance throughout last weekend’s 2017 Easter Sprintcar Trail, youngster Rusty Hickman’s Easter campaign ended on a high, with a pleasing runner-up finish in the third and final round at Warrnambool’s Premier Speedway.
  • After a season long points chase for the USC QLD Mitchell Motorsport and driver Danny Reidy managed to secure third place in the overall series after recording their best result of the 2016/17 Championship with a third placing in the Grand Final on Easter Friday at Toowoomba. Going into the final Reidy was sitting inside the top three in the series but he was locked in an intense battle with Andrew Scheuerle and Lachlan McHugh but his result in the final round was enough to hold onto the final podium position giving the Mitchell Motorsport Team one of their best results in recent years.
  • LUKE Oldfield made a triumphant return to Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway Easter Sunday night (April 16) when he took out the third and deciding round of the 2017 Tri-City Shootout Easter Sprintcar trail.
  • The Krikke Motorsport team is pleased to announce that their 2017-18 season driver is Jamie ‘The Real Deal’ Veal. In what promises to be a lethal combination, with the arguably the country’s leading team in Krikke Motorsport and driver in Jamie Veal joining forces.
  • Opening the 2017 season with an extended swing with the World of Outlaws, Ian Madsen put together some extremely consistent runs that have him fourth in the series standings following another Top-10 finish in Arizona.
  • Thirty-four Sprintcars turned up at AusDeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night for Night Two of the Clayperview.com Easter Triple Challenge Easter Trail and Round Twelve of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Nothing compares to a thrilling night of Sprintcar racing and the field certainly did not disappoint last night, putting on an absolutely breath-taking show, mesmerising the crowd and taking the points chase to a whole new level. Luke Oldfield led the early stages of the forty-lap main event, with Farr taking control in lapped traffic just past the half way mark in the race. Oldfield however refused to surrender without a fight and, with a little over half a dozen laps to run, raced back into the lead in lapped traffic. Luke Oldfield went on to take the win ahead of Robbie Farr, with Peter Lack a very solid third. Brent Kratzmann, who was initially relegated to the rear of the field after becoming involved in a first lap incident that eliminated both Andrew Scheuerle and Kevin Titman, had a scintillating run, climbing through the field to make his way back to fourth and began closing in on Lack to challenge for a podium. Kratzmann crossed the line in a very impressive fourth, with Brock Dean, who spent most of the race inside the top five, crossing the line in fifth.
  • Luke Oldfield continued his stunning season of success at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 15), racing to victory in round two of the Clay-Per-View Easter Triple Challenge. After again setting the benchmark in time trials and then securing pole position for the feature race with victory in the Gold Shootout, Oldfield swapped the lead with Robbie Farr before ultimately prevailing in a sensational 40-lap finale. Peter Lack finished in third spot ahead of Brent Kratzmann, who put in a mighty drive through the field after becoming involved in an incident on the opening lap that eliminated Andrew Scheuerle and Kevin Titman.
  • A massive field of forty cars turned up to Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway last night for the first night of competition in the 2017 Clayperview.com Easter Triple Challenge Easter Trail and USC Queensland Grand Final. It was a magnificent day for Sprintcar racing and there is no better way to start the Easter weekend. Robbie Farr and Lachlan McHugh were stand-out performers all night and it was little surprise that the main event came down to battle between youth and experience. The pair shared the front row for the start of the main event until Farr was relegated to the second row, officials deeming him to have jumped the first start. Never one to let a small set back stand in the way of success Farr made his way into the lead almost as soon as the lights went green and led comfortably for the first twenty laps before McHugh began challenging for the lead. McHugh took control with about eighteen laps left to run and soon opened a small but reasonably comfortable margin over Farr and the rest of the field. Lachlan McHugh went on to take the win with Robbie Farr home in second and Danny Reidy rounding out the podium after a very impressive drive in the Q19 racer. Bryan Mann and Peter Lack rounded out the top five, while Darren Jensen, who transferred out of the B-Main event, had a truly sensational drive to finish an impressive sixth.
  • QUEENSLAND gun Andrew Scheuerle looks upon the third and final round of the Queensland/New South Wales Easter Sprintcar Trail Easter Sunday night at Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway as “a lottery.”
  • Gold Coast Engineering student, Lachlan McHugh has officially arrived tonight after claiming a monumental win in the USC Queensland Grand Final at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway.
  • SECOND generation driver Lachlan McHugh wants to race in America “pretty soon,” but his immediate objective is to remain in contention for honours in the Queensland/NSW Easter Sprintcar Trail entering the final round Easter Sunday night at Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway.
  • SYDNEY star Sam Walsh, who will compete in the final round of the Queensland/New South Wales Easter Sprintcar trail at Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway Easter Sunday night, says the Northern Rivers venue is one of the most physically demanding tracks in Australia.
  • This Easter Sunday morning, after you have found all your Easter Eggs, the only place to be for Breakfast is KFC Warrnambool as the Colonel and his Crew get revved up for Night 3 of the Geelong Harley Davidson Easter Sprintcar Trail.
  • After a longer than expected break as a result of inclement weather, Sprintcars return to Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this weekend for round two of the Clay-Per-View Easter Shootout, with 39 drivers nominated for the event on Saturday night (April 15). In addition to all the local stars and track regulars, several interstaters are making the trip north for three consecutive nights of racing. The opening round will be staged at Toowoomba Speedway on Friday night (April 14) and the final round is scheduled for Lismore Speedway in New South Wales on Sunday evening (April 16). Regardless of whether they enjoyed or endured their time away from the track, teams will be primed for their return to racing and all the challenges that come with racing three nights in a row. In what will be another huge program of events, the Australian Lightning Sprint Championship will also be decided, with Wingless Sprintcars also bringing big numbers for their annual Easter pilgrimage.
  • V8 Sprintcar racing returns to Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway Easter Sunday night for the final round of the 2017 Queensland/New South Wales Easter Sprintcar Trail.
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