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  • The two final rounds of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship Queensland on Good Friday and Easter Sunday bought down the curtain on the Mitchell Motorsport Sprintcar team after more than 25 years on Australia’s dirt ovals.
  • With night two of the Easter weekend abandoned due to wet weather in Brisbane, the field headed back to Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway last night for night three of the BK Trading Australia Easter Triple Challenge. It was another action packed night of Sprintcar racing, culminating in a thrilling forty-lap A-Main that saw three different feature race leaders and several lead changes, as well as a few breath-taking battles and some big wrecks, but it was Lachlan McHugh who got the win when the final chequered flag of the weekend flew. Bryan Mann, who led almost the entire first half of the main event, finished second while Jackson Delamont secured third on the final lap. Allan Woods crossed the line in fourth, having surrendered third to Delamont with less than half a lap left to run, while Daniel Sayre rounded out the top five. Luke Oldfield and Andrew Scheuerle were among the early casualties, both exiting the race, in separate incidents, in the first few laps.
  • Jamie Veal created history at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool on Sunday nights claiming a $10,000.00 Bonus for clean sweeping all three nights of the 2019 Geelong Harley Davidson Easter Sprintcar Trail.
  • On what proved to be an extremely slick track due to unseasonal Easter weather Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal put on a driving clinic as he backed up his win at the Avalon Raceway to capture Round 2 of the 2019 Easter Sprintcar Trail at the Borderline Speedway in Mount Gambier. After setting the quickest time his qualifying group he won his first heat before finishing fourth in heat 2 and he then went on to lead all 30 laps as he defeated David Murcott and John Vogels.
  • Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway last night played host to night one of the BK Trading Australia Easter Triple Challenge, with over thirty cars contesting the event. Robbie Farr got the win despite the efforts of Lachlan McHugh, Andrew Scheuerle and Michael Saller, with Saller home in second and Brent Kratzmann home in third after a brilliant drive in the second half of the forty-lap A-Main. Daniel Cassidy and Andrew Scheuerle rounded out the top five last night, while misfortune befell Lachlan McHugh, Peter Lack and Luke Oldfield, all three ending their night on the infield and out of contention.
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  • Luke Stirton has certainly come a long way since stepping into 410 Sprintcars at the beginning of the 2017-18 season, having significantly improved on his consistency to become a regular feature-race qualifier.
  • Forget Easter eggs, hot cross buns and family get-togethers, the best way to spend the Easter weekend is watching a stellar field of thundering Sprintcars unleashed on Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Yep, Sprintcars are back in action on Saturday night (April 20) to contest round two of the Easter Triple Challenge, with 40 local and interstate aces set to do battle on Queenslands premier speedway oval. In fact, whilst many of the nominated Sprintcar teams will compete at Toowoomba on Friday evening and again on Sunday night, it is no surprise that the Archerfield round has secured the largest entry list for the weekend. On a massive night that has attracted more 120 competitor nominations, the program will also feature Midgets, the Queensland Modlite Championship and a huge field of Wingless Sprints.
  • With this season now completed plans are already in place for the 2 major events on the series calendar. “Both events will be celebrating their 10th birthday which is a fantastic achievement. With almost $40K on offer for these 2 shows already we have pretty good money on offer but if we could increase it that would be great.” Searle says.
  • Miami QLD young gun Lachlan McHugh stands at the gateway to his biggest Sprintcar moment yet this Easter weekend, but first he has to contend with a 33-car field and a battle with a Speedway icon.
  • Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal won the Grand Final A-Main of the season at Valvoline Raceway tonight but Sam Walsh secured the 2019 Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW with a strong second place finish – one critical spot ahead of his nearest series rival Robbie Farr.
  • To say that the night that Kaiden Manders and the J&S Drilling W60 Sprintcar Team experienced at the Gold Cup finale meeting at the Perth Motorplex was very different to the norm would be the understatement of the year.
  • Hollywood could not have scripted anything better than what played out last night at Valvoline Raceway when Sam Walsh and Robbie Farr entered the night tied on points in the battle for the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship, while Victorian Jamie Veal took the chequered flag in the 30-lap final.
  • Micheal Tancredi continued his good form in the 360 sprintcar ranks at Avalon Raceway last night when he took out a thrilling win in round three of the Indy Race Parts SRA 360 Triple Crown Series that doubled as the Digger Cup in honour of the Anzacs that was sponsored by A Plus Powder Coating.
  • A huge night of action is set to unfold at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway this Saturday night with a high-quality field of Street Stocks set to do battle in the final round of the MJS Street Stock Series along with the U-Pull It Demolition Derby World Record Attempt.
  • This Saturday night Avalon Raceway will conduct the final round of the 2019 SRA 360 Sprintcar Indy Race Parts Triple Crown Series doubling as the Diggers Cup in honour of the Anzacs. Last weekend’s round winner Matthew Reed heads the list with runner up Michael Tancredi and third place Brett Milburn entered to continue their battle in this final round of the Series that is presented by A Plus Powder Coating.
  • The entry list for the 2019 Geelong Harley Davidson Easter Sprintcar Trail continues to grow with more than 40 drivers and teams set to battle it out over three huge nights.
  • Matt Egel scored victory in the final round of the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA last Saturday night at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge but it wasn’t enough to ‘bridge’ the gap to points leader and back-to-back champion Robbie Farr.
  • Lachlan McHugh dominated Round Fourteen of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series at Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night, taking out Quick Time in qualifying before taking the win in the main event. Andrew Scheuerle was strong all night in the Ausdeck A1 racer and managed to secure second while Kevin Titman managed to hold off a hard-charging Michael Saller to round out the podium. Saller was forced to settle for fourth, a margin of just 0.109 between him and Titman, while Bryan Mann completed the top five. Peter Lack, who had qualified to start the A-Main from pole position, exited the race on the opening lap after contact with McHugh as they negotiated over the lead, while Luke Oldfield crashed out of the event in truly spectacular fashion five laps in, while leading the field and beginning to make his way through lapped traffic. It was a night that saw some incredible racing and several nasty crashes, including a four-car pile up at the start of the B-Main. Fortunately all drivers were able to walk away from their wrecks.
  • Heartland Raceway last night presented round two of the SRA 360 Indy Race Parts Triple Crown Series that was supported by Lumbar Transports that saw Matthew Reed in top form to take out the series round by a comfortable margin over his nearest rival Michael Tancredi.
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