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  • The Wingless Sprints will make the first of two appearances at the Sunline Speedway at Waikerie this Saturday night (February 17) at the venue’s season 2018 season opener with a strong entry list of 15 competitors set to take to the tight Riverland venue. The line-up includes a majority of the State’s leading drivers and on paper it is one of the most talented list of drivers that has ever competed at Waikerie therefore the racing should provide a great spectacle for the big crowd that is expected.
  • With more than 100 cars in the pits and with three feature events on offer, tonight’s racing at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool always promised to produce and for Luke Weel it proved to be just that as he claimed Round 5 of the Wingless Sprint Super Series.
  • This Saturday, February 10, Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool will again come alive with three classes all in action with the program being headlined by Round 5 of the Wingless Sprint Super Series, while the prestigious Neville Pike Cup for Junior Sedans will also be decided.
  • The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway will host the Wingless Sprints for the third successive week with a field of 14 drivers nominated including the current Australian Champion Joel Chadwick, who will be making his first start of the year due to his recent two wheeled Cycle Speedway commitments. Despite running the #1 on the tail he will still find the competition extremely tough as the field has several 2017/18 season feature winners in it including Matthew Kennedy, Anthony Tapley and Jack McCarthy.
  • For the second time this season Matthew Kennedy drove his immaculate #21 Eagle into victory lane at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as he won the second of the Wingless Sprint Twin Features last Saturday night. Despite winning the second of the 20 lap A-Mains from the front row his best performance came straight off the trailer in race 1 where he drove to third after starting from position 15.
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  • The third meeting of the 2017/18 Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway season was cut short by persistent misty rain on Saturday night after the completion of just one main event. After an entertaining National Karate Wingless Sprints A-Main, that was won by Michael Spoljaric, the Farm Fresh Markets AMCA National feature would only get seven of the scheduled twenty laps completed before the conditions became less than ideal for racing and the decision was made to cancel the remaining events leaving the AMCA Nationals, Formula 500’s, Street Stocks, Junior Sedans and the Speedcars without an official winner.
  • Get ready for a great Family night out this Saturday (October 21) at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with a great night of action for the Family friendly price of just $15 for Adults with Kids Under 12 FREE! The program of events includes a variety of racing classes ranging from the entertaining Wingless Sprints, the Formula 500’s and the V8 AMCA Nationals to the historic Vintage Stock Rod demonstrations.
  • The busy South Australian Wingless Sprint season continues this Saturday night (October 21) with two Wingless Sprints SA sanctioned events. The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway will host the inaugural 3-2-1 Concept race meeting while a small field of Mildura based drivers will support the 360ci Sprintcars at Broken Hill.
  • Anthony Tapley etched his name into the record books as the first Wingless Sprint feature race winner of the 2017/18 South Australian season as he dominated the 20-lap feature at the Murray Bridge Speedway last Saturday night (September 30). After starting the race from position 5 Tapley made his way to the front in the early stages and he went on to defeat Victorian Michael McDonald by over seven seconds.
  • An all sections club event got the 2017/18 South Australian speedway season underway at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday night (September 30) with the Wingless Sprints, Formula 500’s and the Street Stocks being the feature categories. In addition to the sections mentioned the night also included the Modlites, Junior Sedans and AMCA Nationals along with Sprintcar hot laps.
  • This Saturday Night (August 12) will see a huge support program for the Make a Wish Sprintcar Cup at the 7Mate Northline Speedway in Darwin with Wingless Sprints, Junior Sedans, Street Stocks, AMCA Nationals and Go-Karts all scheduled to compete.
  • Last Saturday night the Australian Wingless Sprints of SA held their Awards Evening for 2016- 2017 racing season with current Australian and South Australian Champion Joel Chadwick receiving the highest honour as the 2016/17 DRIVER OF THE YEAR.
  • The first of two late season events at the Sunline Speedway at Waikerie for the Wingless Sprints will be held this Saturday night with the contest set to be more like a Family reunion than a Speedway event. The 8-car nomination list includes a Father / Son combination, a Brother and Sister and a pair of Brothers along with a Darryl Sloan and Brett Ireland.
  • After a short break from the South Australian dirt ovals, the past two weekends saw some great Wingless Sprint action with two events being run back to back at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge. On his return home to South Australia newly crowned Australian Champion, Joel Chadwick, continued his domination of the events at Murray Bridge as he was victorious on March 25 while Spencer “Ironman” Taylor flexed his muscles last Saturday night to claim the win in front of a healthy crowd at the “Big Kids Night Out”.
  • With a stout field of Sprintcars nominated for this Saturday nights Grand Final of the Eureka Sprintcar Series another Series Finale has also attracted an amazing list of entrants.
  • More than 100 cars will take to the track this Saturday night (March 11) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway as part of a massive racing program that includes round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship and round seven of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship. However, in addition to the two headline events, the supporting action is also shaping up as something special with big fields from across Queensland and interstate.
  • Two times and defending South Australian Wingless Sprint Champion Joel Chadwick, tuned up his quest to become the new Australian Champion in perfect style with yet another feature event win at Adelaide Motorsport Park last Friday night. After finishing second in both of his preliminary heat races Chadwick started the A-Main on the pole and he led the entire 20 lap final to defeat Anthony Tapley by almost 6 seconds in what was another clinical performance at AMP.
  • Last night pre-event favourite Joel Chadwick successfully defended his ENZED South Australian Wingless Sprint Title at Adelaide Motorsport Park getting the better of Victorian Travis Millar in what was a repeat of last year’s result. After starting on the front row together the battle throughout the 25 final was intense with Chadwick surviving a last lap charge from Millar to win by .377 of a second with Murray Bridge racer Robert Heard completing the podium.
  • This Saturday night (January 14) the action continues at “Adelaide’s Home of Speedway” as Adelaide Motorsport Park hosts the 2017 ENZED South Australian Title.
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