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  • It is action central at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (April 28) when Sprintcars return with 30 competitors to carve up the clay in round 14 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. With the battle for the track title edging closer to a thrilling conclusion and the Queensland Championship just one week away, drivers will be primed to perpetuate peak performance in Saturday nights 30-lap feature race. Also featuring on the program will be round 11 of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Wingless Sprint Club Championship plus Compact Speedcars, Modlites, Formula 500 Juniors and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • For the second season in a row Mitchell Motorsport and Driver Danny Reidy have recorded a top 5 result in the overall Ultimate Sprintcar Championship Queensland (USC QLD) after an eight-placed finish in the Grand Final last Saturday night at Toowoomba. Despite missing a round earlier in the season the fact that your worst round is dropped worked in their favour as once the points were recalculated the Eagle Silicone Ignition Leads / Penrite supported team ended the year in fifth place overall.
  • Proving his versatility as a driver, Jock Goodyer not only experienced a fruitful 2017-18 season in the Formula 500s class, he also managed to close his debut 410 Sprintcar season in the best possible fashion last Saturday night at Hobart Speedway by scoring his maiden feature-race win in the class.
  • While 2017-18 hasn’t been the best of seasons for Michael Tancredi, it certainly ended in pleasing fashion at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway on Saturday night, when the determined racer scored his maiden feature-race win for the season, reclaiming the Victorian 360 Sprintcar Title in the process.
  • Venues that support 360 Sprintcar racing in Australia and are interested in hosting the 2020 360 Australian Sprintcar Championship are invited to contact their respective State Sprintcar Club to receive an Expression of Interest pack.
  • Having recently drawn to a close, the 2017-18 season has been the best yet for Keke Falland since joining the 410 Sprintcars class, with him continuing to make gains as the season progressed.
  • Sprintcars returned to Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba last night for the final night of the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship. And what a night it was! Sprintcars never fail to put on a thrilling show but last night had it all – from new track records, an entire championship that literally went down to the final race and which driver finished in front of the other and, potentially, which one of them led the final feature event for the most laps, to some monumental wrecks and disappointments – there were some incredible highs and some devastating lows, not to mention some of the most entertaining Sprintcar racing of the season. Robbie Farr and Luke Oldfield traded blows for virtually the entire A-Main race, with the lead changing several times as the pair navigated lapped traffic, but in the end it was Robbie Farr who got a hard fought and very much deserved win, and wrapped up the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship. For Farr it means a clean-sweep of the three Ultimate Sprintcar Championship around the country, having already taken out both the New South Wales USC and the South Australia USC, a mammoth effort and testament to not only his undeniable skill and consistency, but his, and his teams, commitment to the series across the country. Luke Oldfield crossed the line second last night, and secured second in the Queensland USC. He was absolutely phenomenal to watch last night as he held nothing back while challenging Farr, for not only the race lead but for the USC Queensland title as well. Sam Walsh finished third last night, rounding out the podium with Ben Hilder and Jayden Peacock completing the top five. Peacock also managed to secure third overall in the Queensland USC.
  • What a night it was at Avalon Raceway last night in the SRA A Plus Powder Coating 360 Diggers Cup that also double as the Victorian 360 Sprintcar Title presented by Parr Motorsports was taken out by Michael Tancredi but not before a couple of hard luck stories in the second half of the race for the early race leaders.
  • Robbie Farr has claimed the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship by winning the Grand Final at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway.
  • This weekend the season will come to a close for the Mitchell Motorsport Team and their driver Danny Reidy as head back to Toowoomba for the Grand Final of the USC Qld on Saturday April 21. After a creditable 12th placed result at the previous round on Easter Friday the Team will be hoping to end the series on a high, as they chase their second main event win of the season.
  • This Saturday night will see the final sprintcar event for the Sprintcar Racing Association of Victorian’s 2017-2018 season with the SRA 360 Sprintcar Diggers Cup sponsored by A Plus Powder Coating. Defending Digger Cup winner Brett Milburn will head the top class field of drivers nominated for this event that will also be the SRA 360 Victorian Title and the final round of the Indy Race Parts Triple Crown Series.
  • Brenten “Smooch” Farrer will return to the driver’s seat of the #V34 Porkers Transport Maxim this Saturday night at the Avalon Raceway at Lara as he contests the final Sprintcar show of the Victorian season.
  • The 2017-18 season has been quite a character building experience for Mick Saller, who has previously struggled to convert his track time into results; but that all changed last Saturday night at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway when the he broke through for his maiden 410 Sprintcar feature-race win.
  • With Made Too Go Pty Ltd now operating across three States, Directors Barry and Felicity Waldron have been taking a more hands on role within the organisation. A further restructure will now see them take on the management role at Hi Tec Oils Speedway, Toowoomba.
  • Despite somewhat questionable weather yesterday morning, the skies cleared into a beautiful afternoon, just perfect for a huge night of Sprintcar racing. Thirty-six Sprintcars rolled into Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night for Round 13 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series and while the competition was fierce all night, at the end of the 30-lap A-Main event, it was Michael Saller who stood atop the podium. Saller, the only NSW registered driver in the field, started the feature event on the outside of pole-sitter Lachlan McHugh and quickly secured the lead. He withstood several challenges as the race wore on, even briefly surrendering the lead to Mitchell Gee late in the race, but Saller proved too good on the night and claimed top honours, with Mitchell Gee home in second, while Cody Maroske crossed the line in third, having taken the final podium position from Bryan Mann in the closing stages of the race. Mann finished fourth while Andrew Scheuerle made his way into fifth by the fall of the chequered flag after having started back in thirteenth. Peter Lack had a phenomenal drive from the rear of the field, crossing the line in sixth, after starting nineteenth, and salvaging some points on what was surely a trying night for the entire GW Racing Mega Fuels sponsored team. Lachlan McHugh, who initially ran second for several laps, was unable to finish the event after contact with a fellow competitor, while Luke Oldfield was relegated to the rear of the field only a few laps in after contact with Bryan Mann and was only able to climb his way back eighth by the fall of the chequered flag.
  • In a race that delivered heroics and heartbreak in equal measure, Sydney young gun Michael Saller proved unstoppable in his charge to victory in round 13 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 14). In a fitting reward for his willingness to hit the road in search of experience, Saller led all 30 laps of the feature event to finish ahead of Mitchell Gee and Cody Maroske, with Bryan Mann and Andrew Scheuerle rounding out the top five. A mighty drive from Peter Lack saw him surge from the back row to finish sixth in advance of Jayden Peacock, Luke Oldfield, Kevin Britten and Mick Sauer.
  • The Management of the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway sadly regrets to inform you that the Ulitimate Sprintcar Championship SA Grand Final that was programmed for tonight has been cancelled due to inclement weather.
  • Premier Speedway’s final race meeting of the 2017-18 season, which was to feature Super Sedans, The Victorian 360 Sprintcar Title and the Di Watson Memorial for Modified Production on Saturday April 14, 2018, has been cancelled.
  • The Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship points chase has now been adjusted to include the deduction of each driver’s worst round, with an interesting change to the top three spots heading into the Grand Final next Saturday April 21.
  • Can Ryan Jones become the second South Australian driver to win the USC SA Title? Ryan currently sits second in the overall Championship 18 points behind once his worst round is dropped.
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