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  • Penola’s Dave Gartner drove to an emotional third consecutive South Australian Super Sedan Championship and his fifth overall on Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge on Saturday night. On a weekend that was honouring the life of Bill Miller, with a big double header of Sedan racing in South Australia, the 30-lap final ran flag to flag with Gartner setting a new track record stopping the clocks with an incredibly spooky time of 7:07.7 seconds!
  • This weekend the Super Sedans return to the dirt ovals of South Australia with a huge double header weekend that is sure to be emotionally charged as two of the biggest races of the season, the “Billy Miller” Fireball Derby and the South Australian Championship are decided this Friday and Saturday night.
  • There were few surprises in round ten of the Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series at Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night (March 18), with Darren Kane, Mark Pagel and Matt Pascoe leaving the field in their wake as they put on a terrific three-way fight for the lead in the feature event. By virtue of his pole position start, Kane held sway out front with Pagel in pursuit as Pascoe worked his way forward after initially being snookered back in the pack. With everybody else happy to play follow the leader on the low line, Pascoe used the outside to excellent effect, sweeping around the pack and chasing down both Pagel and Kane before eventually finishing third, with just half a second separating the trio at the fall of the chequer.
  • The Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series fires back into life this weekend with round ten to be decided at Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night (March 18). Presented by Dominator Race Wear and M & N Car Carriers, the event will see 16 cars take to the showground circuit as series leader Mark Pagel fights to protect his position against some of the best in the business. After a blistering start to the season that saw him dominate the opening rounds, Pagel has remained a persistent presence at each event, accumulating points consistently to consolidate his position at the top of the series standings and a win this weekend could put the Gympie-based racer in an almost unassailable position through the final rounds.
  • For the second time this season Woodchester based racer Paul Blenkiron greeted the chequered flag first as he claimed the Super Sedan feature at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway (MMS) last Saturday night (February 25). With his latest victory in his Penrite / Blenks Automotive supported #22 Dominator Paul has extended his lead in the MMS Super Sedan Track Championship going into the next round on March 25, that will double as the South Australian Championship.
  • It was Brock Dean and Matt Pascoe who shared the feature race spoils at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February 25), with Dean holding off the advances of Reid Mackay and Rusty Whittaker to win the Polar Ice Midget main before Pascoe powered home to win round nine of the Think Money Super Sedan Series. Although neither category fronted in big numbers, the racing was good regardless, including some great supporting action from Compact Speedcars, AMCA Nationals and Modlites.
  • Queensland’s premier speedway sedan series will be unleashed on Queensland’s premier speedway venue this Saturday night (February 25) when round nine of the Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series is decided at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. The previous round at Lismore produced some superb racing, plenty of controversy and an action-packed final few laps that resulted in just eight cars making it to the finish. Desperately unlucky to lose the Lismore event after leading into the final lap, Queensland champion Matt Pascoe will be determined to avoid a similar scenario this Saturday, but he will again find himself under plenty of pressure from quality opposition on a track that always enables close competition.
  • There are few tracks as steeped in speedway sedan history as Lismore Speedway in the far north of New South Wales. In addition to being the home track for Australia’s best ever speedway sedan driver in Grenville Anderson, the picturesque circuit has also been responsible for the emergence of many of the biggest names in speedway sedan racing, such as John Leslight, Wayne Randall, Nev Pezzutti and Paul O’Neill. This Saturday night, the tradition continues when the current stars of the sport sweep into town to contest round eight of the Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series, proudly presented by Tania’s T’s. A 19-car field has nominated for competition, with drivers trekking from throughout New South Wales and Queensland for the event. Can Randall successfully represent the old guard and relive former glories with another feature race win on the track that launched his career, or will it be Darren Kane or Matt Pascoe who again prove a class above the field?
  • After almost a month off the JD Couriers Super Sedan Series – Powered by Adelaide Computer Tax Service returns to competition with Round 8 this Friday night at Adelaide Motorsport Park. This will be the seventh consecutive round of the 2016/17 series to be held at the Virginia venue following the series opener at Murray Bridge way back on October 2, 2016.
  • In a dominant display that left his rivals floundering, Matt Pascoe romped home to win round seven of the Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series at Gympie’s Mothar Mountain Speedway on Saturday night (February 4). In the absence of several series regulars, Pascoe faced little opposition in the 25-lap Gold Cup feature event and greeted the chequered flag more than 11 seconds clear of his nearest pursuer.
  • Having enjoyed a few weeks off to regroup from a gruelling Christmas/New Year schedule that included the inaugural Summer Slam tour and the Queensland Championship, Super Sedan teams fire back into action this Saturday night (February 4) for another special event at Gympie’s Mothar Mountain Speedway. Part of the year-long G150 celebrations commemorating the 150th anniversary of the discovery of gold in the region and the birth of Gympie township, the Super Sedan Gold Cup has attracted a quality field for round seven of the Think Money Championship Series.
  • After having their previous A-Main rained out at Round 6 of the JD Couriers Super Series the South Australian Super Sedan competitors were back on track last Saturday night at Adelaide Motorsport Park. Unfortunately, due to his upcoming racing commitments in Tasmania, series leader Ryan Alexander was a notable omission from the field leaving Michael Miller to capitalise and in the process he captured his opening main event win of the season.
  • Following the success of the inaugural Super Sedan Summer Slam, event organisers are already looking ahead to the 2017/2018 series with additional interest from venues looking to stage a round of the tour next season. This season saw over 30 drivers take part in the tour, with more than 20 contesting the full tour schedule. Of course, the records show that Darren Kane won all four rounds in a dominant display, but the quality of the field at each event – featuring drivers from four states – attracted bumper crowds to all four host venues and the standard of racing overall has the Super Sedan Association excited about the future of the series and confident of even greater competitor and sponsor interest in future years.
  • After whitewashing the inaugural Super Sedan Summer Slam with four wins from four starts, Ipswich sharpshooter Darren Kane is labelled as the hottest prospect to claim this Saturday’s Queensland Super Sedan Title at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway.
  • Darren Kane wrapped up the 2016/2017 Super Sedan Summer Slam with his fourth consecutive feature race win in the final round at Kingaroy Speedway on Sunday night (January 1). Emulating his performance from the previous round, Kane led every lap of the shortened 36-lap feature event to clean sweep the first ever Summer Slam tour. Continuing his run of top five results in every round, South Australia’s Ryan Alexander finished in second spot, holding that position from the drop of the green. Likewise, Michael Nicola occupied third spot for the duration of the event, with the only change in order within the top five coming when Matt Williams, having seen off an initial challenge from his brother, moved ahead of Lachlan Onley to secure fourth with just half a dozen laps to run.
  • Darren Kane stormed to his third feature race win in as many nights at Toowoomba Speedway on New Year’s Eve (Saturday, December 31) when he took out round three of the inaugural Super Sedan Summer Slam. In a perfect end to the year, Kane led every circulation in the 40-lap feature and now has a chance to clean sweep all four tour events if he can also win the final round at Kingaroy Speedway.
  • A different night, a different track, same result. That was the story in round two of the 2016/2017 Super Sedan Summer Slam at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Friday night (December 30), with Darren Kane and Matt Pascoe again finishing in front of the field in the feature race. In a replica result from the previous night, Kane again emerged victorious over Pascoe, but not before the two had put on a terrific display in their battle for the lead. In fact, the entire top five comprised the same quintet of drivers who filled those positions in the opening round, albeit in a different order. On this occasion, South Australia’s Ryan Alexander finished in third spot ahead of Matt Williams, who put in great drive to advance from 16th, with Sean Black finishing fifth on this occasion.
  • In front a packed house at Gympie’s Mothar Mountain Speedway on Thursday night (December 29), Darren Kane outgunned a quality field to win the opening night of competition in the 2016/2017 Super Sedan Summer Slam. Having finished equal top qualifier with South Australia’s Ryan Alexander, Kane subsequently led every lap of the 40-lap feature race to finish ahead of Matt Pascoe, who advanced from position nine. Toowoomba’s Sean Black rediscovered the form that carried him to the SSA Championship last season, finishing third after occupying the runner-up spot for most of the race. No doubt buoyed by his final heat race heroics, Matt Williams surged into fourth place, with Alexander finishing a fine fifth given his lack of familiarity with the unique Gympie layout.
  • The very best Super Sedan drivers from Queensland and interstate are amongst the entries for the inaugural Super Sedan Summer Slam Tour to be staged over four consecutive nights of racing. It is no exaggeration to say that the Summer Slam has lured the best in the business, with drivers travelling from New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia to take on Queensland’s own Super Sedan stars on four distinctly different circuits across the south-east of the state. The tour gets underway at Gympie’s Mothar Mountain Speedway on Thursday, December 29, with round two to be contested at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Friday evening (December 30. From Brisbane, teams head west to Toowoomba Speedway for round three on New Year’s Eve (Saturday, December 31), before the tour wraps up at Kingaroy Speedway on Sunday, January 1.
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