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  • Becoming only the second driver to score multiple Sprintcar feature race wins at Archerfield Speedway this season, Callum Walker led every lap to take out round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship on Sunday night (May 2). In what was the second consecutive round shifted to Sunday night because of inclement weather, series leader Lachlan McHugh advanced from row four to finish in second spot, with Ryan McNamara clinching the final podium position in advance of Brent Kratzmann and Richard Morgan.
  • Less than a week after their epic duel in the Queensland Championship feature race in Toowoomba, Lachlan McHugh and Aaron Kelly will face off again this Saturday night (May 1) at Archerfield Speedway when they contest round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Championship. Kelly, who is the current ECL series champion, looked on track to secure his first Queensland Title in Toowoomba until a late-race pass propelled McHugh to a third consecutive championship success. Of course, adding extra spice to the contest is the fact that McHugh is also looking somewhat certain to dethrone Kelly as the Archerfield track titleholder with only four rounds or racing remaining. As always a huge support program will ensure a non-stop night of motorsport entertainment, with Monster Trucks making their return, along with fireworks and the Queensland Formula 500 Championship, plus AMCA Nationals, Lightning Sprints and Formula 500 Juniors.
  • Lachlan McHugh has continued his domination of the 2020/2021 Queensland Sprintcar season, cruising home to win round 10 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Sunday night (April 18). With his championship nemesis Luke Oldfield unable to make the rescheduled event, McHugh faced little resistance in the 30-lap feature race, leading every lap to clinch his eleventh Archerfield feature win for the season. As they have done throughout the ECL series, Cody Maroske and Callum Walker finished best of the rest in second and third respectively, with Jessie Attard snaring fourth ahead of Adam Butler.
  • It seems like forever since Sprintcars last graced the Archerfield Speedway clay, with wet weather forcing the abandonment of multiple events over the last month or so, no doubt leaving drivers and fans equally frustrated at the lack of action. However, the wait is (almost) over because Sprintcars return this Saturday night (April 17) for round ten of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. All the familiar faces of the ECL championship will be back on track, almost all of whom have thus far been confined to a supporting role as Lachlan McHugh has dominated the series, winning 10 of the 13 feature races staged in Brisbane this season. Also on another massive program is round nine of the TFH Midget Series, along with Wingless Sprints, Formula 500s, Lightning Sprints and Modlites, with upwards of 140 competitor nominations ensuring another massive program of events.
  • On a night that served up a series of sublime feature races, Queensland Super Sedan champion Matt Pascoe and Australian Dirt Modified champion Kevin Britten were equally impressive in masterfully dismantling their opposition to score emphatic wins at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 10). Pascoe was superb in leading throughout the 30-lap Super Sedan feature to finish ahead of Steve Jordan and Sean Black, while Britten was at his breathtaking best in the Dirt Modified feature race, leading home Mitchell Randall and David Clark.
  • With the Queensland Government having lifted the lockdown conditions that have been in place across Greater Brisbane this week, round two of the Easter Sprintcar Tri-Series will proceed as scheduled at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 3). Presented by SRV Freight and Beenleigh Mufflers, Brakes and Mechanical, the event will be the second of three consecutive nights of Sprintcar racing in south-east Queensland, with the other two rounds to be staged at Toowoomba Speedway. With the previous meeting at Archerfield having fallen victim to inclement weather, the Archerfield promotional team are very relieved to have secured approval for Saturday night’s event to proceed. In addition to a stellar field of Sprintcars, the meeting will also feature round eight of the TFH Midget Series, the Queensland Lightning Sprint Championship, round two of the Formula 500 Easter Tri-Series and round two of the Wingless Sprints Easter Trail, with more 130 competitors nominated for competition from across Queensland and interstate. Final competitor numbers will ultimately be subject to any border restrictions or isolation requirements in other states that might make travel to Queensland problematic for some competitors.
  • Despite the very best efforts of track promoter John Kelly in finessing the track back into shape after an early shower interruption, the arrival of more rain ultimately forced the abandonment of round ten of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (March 20). It was an unfortunate end to what was shaping as a great night of racing that was to include the annual twin feature race format in which Sprintcar competitors contest two 20-lap feature races to determine the overall round winner.
  • Not for the first time this season, pit parking will be at a premium at Archerfield Speedway this weekend with more than 130 competitors nominated for competition, including 35+ combatants contesting round ten of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. As has proven to be the case throughout the 2020/2021 Archerfield season, a jam-packed pit area invariably makes for a spectacular night of racing action and, therefore, race fans can again expect something very special come Saturday night (March 20). The massive program will also feature round seven of the Shock Absorber Therapy AMCA Nationals Track Championship and round six of the Done Right Paint Worx Formula 500 Series, plus Wingless Sprints, Compact Speedcars, Open Sedans and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • Lachlan McHugh returned to victory lane at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February 13), racing from pole position to win in round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. On a night that served up fabulous racing across all race categories, McHugh saw off challenges from Luke Oldfield initially and then Jock Goodyer in the latter stages of the 30-lap feature race to secure his ninth such success at Archerfield so far this season. On the back of his feature race win the previous weekend, Goodyer was sensational around the top of the track in his charge into second, while OIdfield fell as far back as fifth at one stage before scrambling in the final moments to fight his way back on to the podium.
  • Some ten rounds after his season-opening feature race success, Kevin Titman returned to victory lane at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February 15), chasing down runaway leader Lachlan McHugh to win round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. With McHugh relegated by race officials during a late restart, Aaron Kelly would find himself second at the chequer, with Mitchell Gee finishing third ahead of McHugh and Tim Farrell in a race the delivered some terrific racing in challenging conditions.
  • Having spent the last few weeks contesting interstate events with varying levels of success, several of Queensland’s standout Sprintcar competitors are returning home this weekend to contest round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February 15). The likes of Andrew Scheuerle, Lachlan McHugh, Mitchell Gee and Kevin Titman are back in action, taking on series leader Aaron Kelly, previous round winner Brent Kratzmann and another 19 drivers hell bent on breaking through for that most elusive of achievements; a Sprintcar feature race win. Also on another stacked program will be round seven of the American Tire and Racing Services Midget Series, along with Wingless Sprints, Formula 500s, Lightning Sprints and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • In hot, humid conditions at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 25), Brent Kratzmann took maximum advantage when good fortune finally fell his way, racing to victory in round 10 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Taking over the lead when series leader Aaron Kelly spun to a halt in his effort to miss a crashed car in turn four, Kratzmann led Allan Woods and Adam Butler to the chequer in race that dished up heroics and hard luck stories in equal measure. A crazy final lap enabled Callum Walker to snatch fourth ahead of Mitch Gowland, with both drivers having started on the sixth row of the grid.
  • It is Sprintcar time again this Saturday night (January 25) as the battle for the East Coast Logistics Track Championship heats up in the wake of the Donny Schatz domination over the Christmas/New Year period and the disappointment of the Australian Open being curtailed by inclement weather. The absence of several series regulars contesting the Grand Annual Classic in Warrnambool should only serve as extra motivation for competitors to secure themselves a place on the podium. In fact, there has never been a better opportunity for drivers to step up and stake their claim as championship contenders. Also on the program will be round six of the American Tire and Racing Services Midget Series, plus Compact Speedcars, Open Sedans, RSA Sedans and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • Saturday night (January 11) at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway saw Mother Nature achieve something that nobody else had been able to accomplish this season when a rain system swept in and deprived Donny Schatz of a sixth successive feature race victory. It was seemingly only the weather that could disrupt his winning run, denying him the opportunity to secure a 10th victory in the Titan Garages QSS World Series Sprintcar Australian Open.
  • Donny Schatz scored his fifth consecutive feature race victory at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Friday night (January 10) when he chased down Lachlan McHugh to win the Titan Garages QSS World Series Sprintcar Australian Open Preliminary A-Main. In was another dazzling display from Schatz that puts him in a very strong position to defend his Australian Open crown and secure his tenth win in the $20 000-to-win showpiece event. A late surge from Kerry Madsen carried him into second spot, with Lachlan McHugh finishing third in a welcome return to form from the Gold Coast youngster. James McFadden finished fourth ahead of Jock Goodyer Andrew Scheuerle and Luke Oldfield, the latter no doubt relieved to get through the night unscathed after a series of misfortunes in recent outings.
  • This biggest annual speedway event in Queensland will be decided this weekend at Audeck Archerfield Speedway with the 24th staging of the Sprintcar Australian Open over two huge nights on Friday and Saturday nights (January 10 and 11). Bringing together the best local, national and international stars, the Titan Garages Australian Open is synonymous with breathtaking action as drivers strive to secure every advantage in their pursuit of the $20 000 prize that awaits the winner of the 50-lap feature race on Saturday night. World of Outlaws legend Donny Schatz is chasing his fifth feature race win in a row AND his tenth Australian Open victory in what will be his final weekend of racing before he returns home to contest the Chilli Bowl indoor Midget event in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
  • Even the very best talent that World Series Sprintcars has to offer was no match for 10-time World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 4). The American star surged early from his third row starting position and then bided his time behind Rusty Hickman before roaring around the outside through turn four with two laps to run. Kerry Madsen finished in third spot ahead of Dave Murcott, with a late run from Lucas Wolfe elevating him into the top five at the expense of James McFadden. Fittingly, Andrew Scheuerle was the first of the locals home in seventh, followed by Lachlan McHugh, Steven Lines and Kevin Titman, who bounced back from a heavy heat race crash.
  • The big show is coming to town this weekend when the QSS World Series Sprintcars roadshow invades Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 4), pitching Australia’s leading Sprintcar exponents into battle against two of Americas finest and the very best local talent. Since its inception back in the 1987/1988 season, World Series has been regarded as the pinnacle of Sprintcar competition in Australia and that level of prestige remains today as teams criss-cross the country in search of championship glory, something that has been achieved by only 11 drivers in the 30+ year history of the series. Having presented more WSS events than any other active circuit, Archerfield has played a pivotal role in the growth of the championship and Saturday night will be the first of two rounds at the venue this season.
  • American Sprintcar superstar Donny Schatz started his New Year in the best possible fashion with his third consecutive feature race win in round nine of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Wednesday night (January 1). In what proved to be his toughest test yet on this current tour, Schatz inherited the race lead when Luke Oldfield, who has been the only driver to seriously challenge Schatz so far this season and had taken over the lead on lap 13, climbed the wall in turn four and was forced out with a flat tyre with only 10 laps left to run. After leading early and being shuffled back to fourth at one stage, Kevin Titman rebounded to secure a runner-up result ahead of Andrew Scheuerle, with Allan Woods advancing from position 10 to finish fourth ahead of Cody Maroske, Karl Hoffmans, Adam Butler and Brock Dean.
  • Sprintcar action returns to Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Wednesday night (January 1) with round nine of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship to welcome in the New Year. Having won the previous two rounds in contrasting fashion, 10-time World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz will be chasing his third feature race win within seven days. On Saturday night, Schatz delivered a dazzling display to win round eight of the championship from position 14 as the first driver so far this season to accept the BK Trading Challenge and invert the feature race field after qualifying on pole position. On Wednesday night, more than 20 other drivers will again take on the challenge of subduing Schatz, with Luke Oldfield thus far emerging as the man most likely to upstage the American star. Californian Dominic Scelzi was also scheduled to appear on Wednesday night, but a family illness has unfortunately prevented him making the trip to Australia.
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