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  • The Super Sedan Summer Series returns for the 2019/2020 season, with a strong series planned, visiting eight venues from November to May.
  • Kevin Bell from Western Australia, not only races Super Sedans, he also raises money for Charity, with two of the main beneficiaries being MSWA and the Variety Club.
  • In one of the biggest projects ever undertaken by the volunteers of the Collie Racing Drivers Association in its history, club members are proud to unveil the new state of the art lighting system which has been installed for the start of the 2019/2020 season.
  • The state of Tasmania has been a long time strong hold of Super Sedan racing with the class looking forward to a big 2019/2020 season.
  • Long time Super Sedan competitor, Kemble Aylett has planned a big 2019/2020 season, which will see him compete not only in the West Australian Super Sedan Summer Series, but also in Tasmania and South Australia, where he will contest the National Title.
  • The Super Sedan Association have released the schedule for the 2019/2020 season, with fourteen rounds to be contested.
  • Last Saturday night at the Calamvale Hotel, the Super Sedan Association held their presentation night, after another successful Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series.
  • Matty Pascoe has successfully defended his Queenland Super Sedan Title at the Bundaberg Motorplex on Saturday night, and in the process become the first driver in 22 years to win three consecutive titles.
  • The Queensland Super Sedan Title will be held tomorrow night at the Bundaberg Motorplex, with a very strong field entered for the re-run of the event, washed out earlier in the season.
  • Securing the result that he coveted more than any other, Australian champion Matt Pascoe delivered a devastatingly dominant performance at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 18) to trounce a strong field and win the 53-lap race staged in honour of his father. Despite starting the GP53 Graham Pascoe Memorial feature race from position nine, Pascoe faced little resistance in advancing to the front of the field before clearing away to score an emphatic win. Despite a couple of mid-race restarts that brought him back to the field, Pascoe was more than seven seconds ahead of second-placed Sean Black at the chequer, with Justin Randall finishing in third spot ahead of Ash Bergmeier and Darryl Moon.
  • Matty Pascoe has won the GP53 Graham Pascoe Memorial for Super Sedans at the Ausdec Patios, Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night, a fitting result for the National Champion, to win the race in honour of his father.
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  • This Saturday night at the Ausdec Patios Archerfield Speedway, one of the biggest Super Sedan events on the calendar will be held, with the running of the GP53 Graham Pascoe Memorial, which has attracted an all-star cast from around the Country.
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  • The Super Sedan East Coast Classic will be held this Sunday night at the Fraser Shores, Maryborough Speedway, with a quality field entered.
  • Matty Pascoe has continued on his National Title winning form, by winning the Brims Concrete series round, supported by Northern Rivers Hydraulics at the Ausdeck Patios, Archerfield Speedway, on Saturday night.
  • Callum Harper still claims that the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway isn’t one of his favourite tracks, but he may be starting to develop a liking for the venue following his win in the Autopro Super Sedan Spectacular, a race that doubled as the John Dawson Memorial. After trailing Dave Gartner for the opening 25 laps Harper made his move for the lead as Gartner’s #8 started to fade leading the remaining 5 laps to win ahead of Gartner in what ended up being a controversial finish.
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  • Fresh from clinching his third Australian Championship, Matt Pascoe continued his winning ways at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 27) with victory in round 16 of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series. There was a feeling of familiarity for much of the feature with Darren Kane and Pascoe having cleared away from the field, only for Kane to strike trouble on lap 23 and exit, handing the lead to Pascoe, who would go on to finish ahead of Western Australian veteran Gary Higgs and Townsvilles Trent Wilson.
  • Speedway Sedans Australia have today issued an official media release in to the final placings of the National Super Sedan Title, held at the Heartland Raceway, Moama, after post race checks were conducted and verified.
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