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  • The opening round of the 2023/24 TiBills Wingless Sprint Race Series ended on an unfortunate note at the Whyalla Speedway on Saturday night with the A-Main being cancelled due to the track conditions. With the Wingless feature due to complete the night’s action the previous feature events took their toll on the racing surface therefore just prior to going out the drivers and the members committee voted not to race and that that grid positions would determine the official finishing positions.
  • Following a stunning upset win by Sam Martin on the opening night of competition the result on Saturday night was a little more familiar as dual South Australian Champion Tyson Martin added to his win list at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway.
  • The second event of the 2023/24 South Australian Wingless Sprint season takes to the Murray Bridge clay this Saturday night 32 cars set to battle it out in Round 2 of the Track Championship. This Saturday night will also provide the final opportunity for the teams to get some early season laps under their belts before the opening round of the Ti-Bills State Series at the Whyalla Speedway on November 11.
  • At a time when several categories are struggling for competitor numbers the Wingless Sprint division in South Australia continues to go from strength to strength as the opening event of the season at the Murray Bridge Speedway has attracted a record field of 46 entries. The current list includes some of the best drivers from across Australia therefore just making the A-Main this Saturday night, let alone winning it, will be a tough task.
  • Lismore’s Jacob Jolley leads the chase for the 2022/2023 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship after the opening night of competition at Archerfield Speedway. Jolley scored a narrow win in the 20-lap preliminary feature race and, as a result, sits atop the championship standings with a margin of 4.5 points over Queensland champ Scott Thomsen. Third home in the feature and sitting in the same position overall is Victoria’s Todd Hobson, with NSW’s Jason Bates and and South Australia’s Rylan Furler filling the top five ahead of a couple more Queensland hopes in Brody Thomsen and Tim Harris, with defending champ Kyle Mock next best. Numerous competitors, including several fancied contenders, suffered significant setbacks in their pursuit of championship glory, but there was plenty of good racing to be had in between the various wipe-outs, all of which played out through turns three and four.
  • This Saturday night (March 4) the Wingless Sprints will return to the Borderline Speedway for what is technically Round 2 of the Ti Bills Race Parts Wingless Sprint SA State Series following the rain-out of the initial running of the event back in December. The 39-driver nomination list includes a whole host of talent but it will be the local hometown contingent of Mitch Broome, Kirby Hillyer, and Kahn Aston, who will be out to impress.
  • The latest round of the Ausloans Finance Wingless Sprint Track Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway saw Jack McCarthy claim his third Wingless feature of the season as he defeated Ryan Alexander, with an extremely determined Brent Fox rounding out the top three. In what was a rare double for the Wingless Sprint pace setter it was actually his second feature win of the night having earlier secured his inaugural Speedcar feature event win in round 4 of the Blackjack Speedcar Series.
  • This Saturday night (December 10) the local stars will be out to defend their home turf as the Ti Bills Race Parts Wingless Sprint SA State Series heads to the South-East town of Mount Gambier for Round 2 of the four-event series. The local hometown contingent of Mitch Broome, Kirby Hillyer, Rory Button and Kahn Aston will compete in the record breaking 56 driver line up with Broome hoping to become the second feature winner of the inaugural Ti Bills series after recording a runner-up finish at Whyalla in the opening round.
  • Former Australian Champion Joel Chadwick added yet another accomplishment to his impressive resume as he claimed the inaugural round of the Ti Bills Race Parts Wingless Sprints SA State Series on Saturday night at the Whyalla Speedway. After qualifying on pole Chadwick managed to pace the field for the entire 30-lap journey to lead home Mount Gambier’s Mitch Broome and Loxton resident Keke Falland.
  • The highly anticipated Ti-Bills Race Parts supported SA Wingless Sprint Series will begin this Saturday night (November 12) at the Whyalla Speedway with the event attracting the biggest field ever seen at the venue. A total of 26 drivers have indicated that they will compete in the inaugural round of the four-event series with a majority of the State’s leading drivers all hoping to etch their name into the record books as the first ever Ti Bills Series round winner.
  • The Wingless Sprint competitors in South Australia are currently in the middle of a busy stretch of five races in five weeks with the previous two events both being staged at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. Last Saturday night the venue hosted the rescheduled Round 2 of the Track Championship with 26 competitors racing on what was an extremely busy program.
  • Racing returned to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday night (October 29) with Round 3 of the Ausloans Finance Strathalbyn Track Championship featuring six racing classes with the main events being the V6 Sprints Zeke Agars Classic, the Blackjack Speedcar Series and Wingless Sprints.
  • Jack McCarthy continued his recent dominance of the main events at the Riverland Speedway at Renmark as he led all 20 laps on Saturday night at the venue’s season opener. After starting from the outside of the front row McCarthy was never challenged throughout the event as he defeated pole sitter Jordon Bolitho, with Anthony Tapley enjoying a strong run as he completed the podium in third.
  • For the first time in several seasons, SA Wingless Sprints has announced their intention to contest a State Series, with early indications suggesting it will be conducted over four rounds at four different venues across South Australia. The series is beginning to create great interest, with current Wingless Sprint racer William Caruso already committing to being the overall series naming rights sponsor through his business Ti Bills Race Parts, in addition to a number of round sponsors also coming on board.
  • After attracting 29 drivers to night 1 of the 2022/23 South Australian Wingless Sprint season the numbers have increased for this weekend with 33 drivers from across the country set to compete at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway for the second Club Show of the season.
  • South Australian Champion Tyson Martin got his season off to a perfect start as he remained undefeated on Saturday night in the Wingless Sprint season opener at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. After starting on the pole Martin had to work hard to claim the feature event as he survived an intense battle with runner-up Blake Walsh and Jack McCarthy to win a thrilling race on what was a brilliant way to kick off the South Australian Wingless Sprint season.
  • A stout field of 29 Wingless Sprints will be the major feature this Saturday night (September 24) at the opening meeting of the South Australian season at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. The event will count as the opening round of the newly established Ausloans Finance Track Championship so the competitors will be out to get their Championship chase off to the best possible start.
  • Less than two months after the unfortunate rainout at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway preparations are already underway for the 2023 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway. The event has been scheduled to take place between Thursday April 27 and Sunday April 30, 2023, with a rainout date of Monday May 1st if required.
  • The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway hosted their final event of the season on Saturday night with the meeting featuring Wingless Sprints, Street Stocks, Junior Sedans, AMCA Nationals and the U-Pull-It Demolition Derby World Record Attempt. Infront of a massive, long-weekend crowd the fans were treated to an entertaining night of action with Jack McCarthy dominating in the Wingless Sprints before the crash and bash of the Demolition Derby took centre stage.
  • This Saturday night (April 23) the Wingless Sprints will take to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway for the final time this season with a field of 26 drivers set to vie it out for the final A main victory of the Murray Bridge season. Throughout the season the Wingless Sprints have been the standout racing category at the venue and this Saturday night should be no exception with a classy field assembled.
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