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  • The South Australian Wingless Sprint season is beginning to gain momentum with the opening show at Murray Bridge being staged just over a week ago with another two events scheduled in the coming weeks. This weekend (October 31) will see a field of eight drivers, including last start winner Jack McCarthy, travel west to the steel city of Whyalla in support of the Sprintcars at the Whyalla Speedway 2020/21 season opener.
  • This Saturday night (March 14) the 2020 Queensland Wingless Sprint Champion will be crowned at the Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway in Brisbane with 29 drivers from two states set to contest the event. Among the drivers nominated are two previous Champions along with several who have graced the podium in State Titles making this one of the strongest fields seen in Queensland this season.
  • The 2020 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship at the Watson’s Express Kalgoorlie Speedway is only a week away with a field of 33 drivers confirmed to decide who will be the Australian Champion. As expected of the 33 nominations the host state of Western Australia dominates the list with 18 local drivers attempting to become the third Western Australian to claim the ultimate prize.
  • After five rounds of the South Australian State Wingless Sprint Series held across four different venues it came down to just 3 points to decide the Series Champion. After going into the final round at the Sunline Speedway at Waikerie last Saturday night with a 10-point lead Jake Ashworth was able to hang onto the lead courtesy of a fourth placed finish in the 25-lap A-Main.
  • In addition to the drivers already covered the previous release the 2020 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship at the Watson’s Express Kalgoorlie Speedway will also see several other interstate drivers in the current 33 driver nomination list.
  • This Saturday night it will be a “Sunline Showdown” to decide the winner of the 2019/20 SA Wingless Sprint State Series at Waikerie’s Sunline Speedway. Current leader Jake Ashworth will duke it out with last start winner Keke Falland and Anthony Tapley at the tight Riverland venue in what should be a great finale to the five-round series.
  • Nominations for the 2020 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship are still coming in and currently of the 25 drivers nominated the field includes three Victorian based Families who will make the trek across the Nullarbor with multiple driver entries. These include the Storer’s from Portland, the Walsh’s from Cobden and the Moule’s from Pakenham in Melbourne.
  • Mildura’s Timmis Speedway hosted the penultimate round of the 2019/20 SA State Wingless Series with a field of 19 competitors heading to the Sunraysia venue last Saturday night (February 1). Going into the round at Mildura Jack McCarthy went into the round as a clear favourite having won the previous A-Main at the venue but he came up 1 lap short of repeating the feat as he was passed in lapped traffic by Loxton based racer Keke Falland.
  • The SA State Wingless Sprint Series returns to action this Saturday night at the Timmis Speedway in Mildura with Round 4. This weekend’s event comes hot on the heels of a club show last Saturday night (January 25) at the venue where Jack McCarthy clean swept the evening with three heat wins before emerging victorious in the A-Main.
  • With the 2020 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship fast approaching at the Watson’s Express Kalgoorlie Speedway, Wingless Sprints WA has proposed a great incentive to attract drivers from interstate to contest the event that is scheduled for February 28, 29 and March 1. The Club is set to pay out an extra $750 per car for the first 20 interstate entries with only 6 spots remaining.
  • Round 3 of the Wingless Sprints SA State Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway attracted 26 entries but despite the strong line-up no-one could stop Joel Heinrich from keeping a clean sheet as he won both of his preliminary heat races before leading all 25 laps in the A-Main winning in dominant fashion. In what was an impressive display it was made even more so considering the fact Heinrich was a late entry forcing him to start the heat races from the back of the field.
  • Meeting #8 of the 2019/20 Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway season took place last Saturday night with an all sections Sportsman Meeting with the main events being round 3 of the State Wingless Sprint Series and the thundering Super Sedans with Joel Heinrich and Kym Jury being the big winners on the night.
  • Last weekend (December 7) the Wingless Sprints returned to the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge with a healthy field of cars fronting in support of the “Ultimate Pink Night”. As predicted, it proved to be a battle between Daniel Storer and Joel Chadwick, with the Victorian getting the better of the former Australian Champion, who was making his first appearance of the new season.
  • After travelling across South Australia and Victoria of late the Wingless Sprints return to the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge this Saturday night as they support the National Breast Cancer Foundation at the annual “Ultimate Pink Night”. A field of 20 drivers is expected including the current South Australian Champion Luke Storer and dual Australian Champion Joel Chadwick.
  • A record field of 25 Wingless Sprints will take to the “Bullring” this Saturday night (November 16) at the Tolmer Speedway in Bordertown for round 2 of the Wingless Sprints SA State Series. Following an exciting opening round at Murray Bridge a fortnight ago the action is sure to be just as hot as several drivers will be keen to take advantage of the absence of series leader Joel Heinrich.
  • After starting from position 8 Joel Heinrich stormed to a dramatic win in the opening round of the State Wingless Sprint Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway in Murray Bridge. Following a blistering start he quickly moved up inside the top 5 within the opening handful of laps and then he ran down the early race leader Jake Ashworth with an impressive run on the top groove. With 3 laps remaining he made the decisive move and he then went on to claim the opening round victory ahead of Ashworth and Matthew Kennedy. With the race running flag to flag Heinrich reset the 25-lap track record along with collecting the “Hard Charger Award”.
  • Joel Heinrich celebrated his birthday a day early by winning the opening round of the Wingless Sprint State Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge on Saturday night. After starting from position 8 in the 25-lap final Heinrich made a rapid start moving into second within the opening 10 laps before using the top groove to run down early race leader Jake Ashworth taking the lead with only three laps remaining. With the race running flag to flag Heinrich also entered the record books as he set a new track record of 6:30.753.
  • This Saturday night will see the opening round of the South Australian State Series conducted at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge with a quality line-up of 31 drivers from across the State and Victoria set to fight it out. Already this season the Wingless Sprints have produced some first-class action during the Club Shows and with the first major event win up for grabs this weekend the competition is sure to step up another gear.
  • With the opening round of the Sate Series only weeks away the largest line-up of the season so far has entered for this Saturday’s Wingless Sprint Club Show at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. The list of 20 drivers on paper is the strongest of the season so far and it includes several drivers who will take to the track for the first time this season as they gain some valuable track time prior to the State Series round on November 2, 2019.
  • Joel Heinrich left the controversy of last week behind him as he stormed to a dominant all the way win in the second Wingless Sprint main event of the Murray Bridge season on Saturday night (October 5). After starting on the pole Heinrich was never really troubled as he survived several restarts throughout the 20-lap decider as he defeated last weekend’s winner Mitch Broome.
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