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  • 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.
  • The most prestigious race on the South Australian Wingless Sprint calendar will take place this weekend (Saturday January 14) at Adelaide Motorsport Park with the running of the 2017 ENZED South Australian Title. Currently the entry list stands at 24 nominations from across the State and Victoria.
  • Last night (Friday January 6) Adelaide Motorsport Park held meeting #7 of the 2016/17 season with the Wingless Sprints and V6 Sprints featuring. The event was held in hot and dry conditions which unfortunately kept the car and crowd numbers down but the racing was still quite entertaining with South Australian Wingless Sprint Champion Joel Chadwick mastering the dry slick conditions to win the 20-lap feature while Chris James emerged the winner in the V6 Sprints.
  • Hot on the heels of the final appearance of 2016 for the Wingless Sprints at the Riverland Speedway at Renmark on December 30 the V6 powered Wingless Sprints are preparing for a big double header to be contested at two of South Australia’s premier venues. This Friday night the Wingless drivers will have their final shootout at Adelaide Motorsport Park prior to the South Australian Championship while the competitors will head up the South-Eastern Freeway on Saturday to take on the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge.
  • After being added to the schedule earlier this week the Wingless Sprints will take part in a non-points event this Friday night (December 2) at Adelaide Motorsport Park at Virginia with a field of 11 drivers set to take part despite the late notice. This meeting comes hot on the heels of the Club Show at the Murray Bridge Speedway which saw the South Australian Champion Joel Chadwick capture his first main event win of the season.
  • It has been less than a week since the last Wingless Sprint event at Adelaide Motorsport Park (AMP) but they will be back at the Virginia venue again this Friday Night (November 11) as they are part of the first “Fast Friday” events. Currently a field of 12 drivers is expected to compete and with last weekend’s winner Robert Heard not in the field a new winner is guaranteed. In addition to Heard winning at AMP last Saturday night Victorian Travis Millar also joined the winners list as he was victorious in the Wingless Sprints SA sanctioned race at the Timmis Speedway in Mildura.
  • After a short break in the schedule the Wingless Sprints SA competitors will be back on the clay this weekend with two events this Saturday night in two different states. After a change in management during the off season the newly named Adelaide Motorsport Park (formally Speedway City) is holding its Grand Opening with the Wingless Sprints featuring as one of the main racing sections. The second meeting will be at the Timmis Speedway at Mildura with a field of 11 cars supporting the 360ci Sprintcars.
  • For the third weekend in a row the Wingless Sprints will be in action in South Australia with their annual visit to the Tolmer Speedway in Bordertown with 12 drivers set to tackle “The Bullring” this Saturday night (October 15). This weekend’s event has attracted drivers from across South Australia and Victoria and it includes the entire top five from last Saturday’s A-Main event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway.
  • Defending and two times Australian Champion Daniel Hartigan emerged victorious in the opening Wingless Sprint feature event of the South Australian season at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway (Sunday October 2). After failing to finish his opening heat in the Brett Ireland owned #1 after encountering a gear selection issue, he stormed back to win his second heat before putting in a stunning drive in the final to get the better of Renee Pestka, who recorded a career best finish, and Dale Gessell in his immaculate #13 Eagle.
  • The final events on the 2015/16 South Australian Wingless Sprint season have been staged in the last couple of weeks with the completion of the on track action with a non points race at the Sunline Speedway at Waikerie and the Season Presentation Night also being conducted.
  • The final dose of open wheeled action will be dished up this Sunday afternoon (June 12) with a non-points Wingless Sprint Feature, presented by Chris Evans Transport, being conducted at the Sunline Speedway at Waikerie this Queens Birthday Long Weekend. In what will be a real state of origin contest the 10 car field will be made up of five South Australian drivers with the remaining five entries coming from across the Victorian border.
  • This Saturday night (May 7) will see one of the biggest ever fields of Wingless Sprints converge on Mildura as the annual newly named Mexicana de Shootout 50 Lapper is conducted at the Timmis Speedway. The event has attracted a field of 33 drivers with competitors from right across South Australia to be joined by racers from Victoria and New South Wales in what should be a great night of wild and wingless action.
  • Over the past couple of weeks the South Australian Wingless Sprint racers have been travelling all over the State and into Victoria and the busy schedule is set to continue this weekend with the South Australian Easter Trail at Renmark on Saturday and Speedway City on Sunday.
  • The Victorians were in the game at the 2015/16 Australian Wingless Sprint title with seven contenders making it into the big race including Luke Weel claiming pole position after two nights of racing & although they all finished the guys just couldn’t snaffle the big top three spots with Andy Hibbert a transferee from the B Main sensational moving from fourteenth to fourth the best placed Victorian with Rhys Baxter finishing in fifth just behind.
  • Next weekend thirteen Victorian drivers will make the trek north to Toowoomba Queensland & in particular to 'HiTec Oils Speedway' Toowoomba for the running of the Australian Wingless Sprint title for the 15/16 season & make no mistake about it, their heading there to win it.
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