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  • After dominating the event for the previous four years Riverland racer Rhys Heinrich had his reign as the Steve Butcher Street Stock Memorial Champion ended last night at the Sunline Speedway Waikerie as Sam Brumfield won a caution littered 20 lap finale. After starting from the pole Brumfield led the entire race journey as he held off the field during the countless number of restarts to defeat Cade Cox and Mount Gambier racer Jason Duell.
  • On November 7th Tolmer Speedway hosted the annual Battle of the Border, which had a strong field of 19 cars including the Australian 1 Dylan Willsher, local drivers Pat Merrett and John Stewart. Drivers from far and wide came to the bullring for the event and were supported by good numbers across the field in AMCA, Juniors, V6 Sprints and Late Models.
  • Belmont Speedway Drivers Club the managing club of Redline Raceway are very proud to announce that existing club supporter Spencer Race Engines (SRE) are the naming rights supporter for this years Australian Street Stock title at the Ballarat venue from 11th to the 13th of March.
  • The annual King of the Mountain Street Stock extravaganza is this Saturday night with in excess of sixty competitor nominations received just for the division alone, on a night one hundred cars will hit the track at Redline with new Victorian champion Brad McClure leading the field from all over Victoria with South Australians & a Taswegian also in the field.
  • Second generation Sedan racer Aaron Barnes heads to Valvoline Raceway this Saturday night for the final round of the Western Sydney Street Stocker Association points battle with a point to prove and a powerful desire to win at the Parramatta venue.
  • The recently completed ‘Smooth Suspension' Street Stock Super Series awarded a 'Xpress Batteries' best presented contingency prize at each and every round of the series voted on by club officials at the venue, with an end of series award voted on by drivers after the series completion & Morris Ahearn who was one of the four round winners, has been voted by his peers as the best presented car & team & picks up a super 'Xpress Batteries' series prize.
  • Redline Street Stock driver Darren Paisley has made competing in the recent Smooth Suspension Street Stock Super Series pay off by finishing eleventh in the series points & has picked up a ripper prize courtesy of the south east Melbourne business, Ripper Sticker.
  • Nathan Dunn currently of the Redline Speedway Club & regular racer at Daylesford Speedway has picked up a huge prize by virtue of supporting the ‘Smooth Suspension’ Super Series.
  • Brad McClure loves to win, we all know that however the promoter of the ‘Smooth Suspension’ Street Stock Super Series & the proprietor of Highline Racewear got to see a different side of Brad when it was announced that there was a huge $1700 value race gear and crew wear prize on offer for the driver to score the most points running a ‘Highline Racewear’ sticker in a visible side panel position through the series.
  • Young Warrnambool Street Stock Star Steven Watts has been crowned the “Proflow Geelong’ Future Star after he finished sixth in his rookie Street Stock season in the ‘Smooth Suspension Super Series’.
  • On a night where a Victorian title for Junior Sedans was being held the Street Stocks came to town at Hamilton Speedway Club’s Western Speedway venue on January the 18th for the final round of the Smooth Suspension Super Series & it was the leader coming into the night Anthony Beare that left with the bulk of the cash making it three feature wins from three rounds & more importantly, the series champion title atop the points ahead of Brad McClure & Ricky Throckmorton who made his move getting past home club member, Mick Clark.
  • People following the 'Smooth Suspension Street Stock Super Series' would know that the first two rounds of the series were washed out due to rain, as a result vouchers from these and the other sponsors were not given out as they were not earnt, well 'Smooth Suspension' & 'Proflow Geelong' have come good for their customers & the support they love by chipping in to cover trophies for the top three in the series & in the case of Proflow Geelong, they are still giving out the vouchers they committed too, how good is that?!
  • Mount Gambier speedway family the Duell's through Jason & Khloe Duell have once again come through with some support for the sport they love, hot on the heels of supporting last weekends South Australian title for Street Stocks they are chipping in with $100 for the driver who qualifies nineteenth this Sunday night at Western Speedway Hamilton when the final round of the Smooth Suspension Super Series gets around.
  • Geelong based business Proflow based inside Spencer Race Engines S.R.E are supporting the Smooth Suspension Street Stock Super Series with a $200 entitlement voucher at each round and after the weekends Swan Hill & Wahgunyah rounds a local from Swan Hill, Andrew Carmichael & a visiting New South Welshman Colin Peadon collected a voucher each for finishing in eighth place of the feature race.
  • Last weekend at Swan Hill & Wahgunyah the proprietor of Highline Racewear Justin Hampton & his staff took a close eye on the competitor’s cars to determine if drivers with intentions to win the Highline Cup had indeed placed the Highline Racewear sticker in a visible quarter panel position to be seen from the crowd.
  • With one round to go in the Smooth Suspension Super Series to be held at Hamilton’s Western Speedway on the 18th of January, the same night that the Victorian Junior Sedan Champion will be decided, Mount Gambier’s Anthony Beare is leading by a large amount & only McClure looks like a threat, however only if things go wrong for Beare during the night.
  • As part of their overall naming rights sponsorship for the Smooth Suspension Super Series, Smooth Suspension also were offering round contingency prizes to the winners of the B Main events at each round.
  • Winners of the eleventh placed qualifiers for the features for the Smooth Suspension Super Series double header weekend at Swan Hill & Wahgunyah have been awarded to Mount Gambier’s Steven Gartner & Nathan Dunn a Redline Raceway regular after they qualified for the finals in those positions at the venues respectively.
  • Darren Giacometti & Mick Dann have picked up a handy little prize from Ipta Fibreglass after having some misfortune at the Smooth Suspension Super Series for Street Stocks in Victoria, both take home a $100 voucher from the Whittle family business as a result of their misfortunes.
  • Officials at Swan Hill & then Wahgunyah Speedways have voted two of the best looking cars in Australian Speedway as the winners of prizes made available for the best presented car & crew award by Xpress Batteries.
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