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  • Luke Oldfield continued his stunning season of success at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 15), racing to victory in round two of the Clay-Per-View Easter Triple Challenge. After again setting the benchmark in time trials and then securing pole position for the feature race with victory in the Gold Shootout, Oldfield swapped the lead with Robbie Farr before ultimately prevailing in a sensational 40-lap finale. Peter Lack finished in third spot ahead of Brent Kratzmann, who put in a mighty drive through the field after becoming involved in an incident on the opening lap that eliminated Andrew Scheuerle and Kevin Titman.
  • After a longer than expected break as a result of inclement weather, Sprintcars return to Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this weekend for round two of the Clay-Per-View Easter Shootout, with 39 drivers nominated for the event on Saturday night (April 15). In addition to all the local stars and track regulars, several interstaters are making the trip north for three consecutive nights of racing. The opening round will be staged at Toowoomba Speedway on Friday night (April 14) and the final round is scheduled for Lismore Speedway in New South Wales on Sunday evening (April 16). Regardless of whether they enjoyed or endured their time away from the track, teams will be primed for their return to racing and all the challenges that come with racing three nights in a row. In what will be another huge program of events, the Australian Lightning Sprint Championship will also be decided, with Wingless Sprintcars also bringing big numbers for their annual Easter pilgrimage.
  • Finally back in action after consecutive weeks of weather induced cancellations, Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway turned on the action with a championship double bill on Saturday night (April 8) that saw Nathan Smee and Rodney Pammenter emerge as new Queensland champions in their respective race categories. The Polar Ice Queensland Midget Championship saw Smee chase down teenage rookie Kaidon Brown to snare the crown, while Pammenter swapped the lead with Aidan Raymont before ultimately prevailing in the Queensland Modified Sedan Championship.
  • It is title time this weekend at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway with two state championships to be decided on Saturday night (April 8). Having fallen victim to inclement weather two weekends ago, the rescheduled Queensland Midget Championship will hopefully be completed without any further delay, while a big field will contest the Queensland Modified Sedan Championship on the same program. With Modlites and Formula 500 Juniors also on the program, another huge night of competition awaits race fans starved of speedway action as a result of the wet weather that has soaked Queensland.
  • Tomorrow night's event (Saturday April 1) has been called off due to flooding of the track - although the high line may have still been okay for some....
  • Sprintcar racing returns to Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (April 1) with 30 cars to hit the track for round 13 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. With the previous round producing a sensational feature race win to series leader Andrew Scheuerle, there is going to be desperation and determination aplenty from his series rivals and, with some very interesting additions to the field this week, the scene is set for another superb night of Sprintcar action. Also on a huge program are Formula 500s, Compact Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans, fireworks and the Queensland vs New South Wales Demolition Derby.
  • With three headline categories bringing more than 65 cars between them, this Saturday night (March 25) is shaping up as something special for race fans at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway with the Queensland Midget Championship, the Think Money Super Sedan Series and Dirt Modifieds sharing the spotlight on a huge triple-bill program. Bringing the three categories together on the same night ensures variety and action aplenty, with each group bringing their best drivers into battle.
  • Why do we have a long weekend every Easter? For Sprintcar racing of course and this year is no exception with the Clay-Per-View Easter Triple Challenge once again set to be unleashed across three tracks over three consecutive nights of racing from April 14 to 16. The series will be decided on three distinctly different circuits and, for the first time, will visit two states, as drivers chase the $4000 series winner’s purse that is on offer in addition to the minimum $4000 paid to the winner of each individual round. In fact, should anybody be able to clean sweep all three nights, they will collect a cool $18 000 for their efforts.
  • In perhaps his best performance of the season thus far, Andrew Scheuerle put in a stellar drive to victory in round 11 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (March 11). Under plenty of pressure from Luke Oldfield for much of the race with both drivers riding the cushion high on the track, Scheuerle held firm to score a much needed win that extends his championship lead. Oldfield was as spectacular as ever in finishing second, with Lachlan McHugh ultimately securing third spot with a late run that saw him move ahead of Bryan Mann and Mitchell Gee, both of whom looked to have the position in their keeping at various stages of a highly entertaining race.
  • 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.
  • After the disappointment of last weekends early end to proceedings as a result of inclement weather, teams will be itching to get back on track this Saturday night (March 11) for round 11 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Also on the program this weekend is a strong field of Midgets contesting the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship, plus Compact Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprints and Lightning Sprints.
  • With cars on track and circulating in readiness for the first of two scheduled 20-lap features that would decide round 10 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (March 4), a light shower of rain swept across the venue and ultimately brought proceedings to a premature end. Until the weather intervened, it had been Luke Oldfield who again emerged as the standout, securing pole position for the twin features with another dazzling display in qualifying. However, with the features not run, there will be little change in the championship standings with Andrew Scheuerle maintaining his series lead ahead of Peter Lack and Oldfield.
  • The number of new Sprintcar drivers to hit the track at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway over the last 12 months or so has been remarkable and with two more competitors joining the ranks this weekend, along with the return of another experienced racer after a lengthy lay-off, 35 cars will face the flag this Saturday night (March 4) for round ten of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. The influx of so many new drivers in recent seasons is testament to the status of this series as the premier Sprintcar competition in Queensland and this weekend we welcome Brendan Parker and Kevin Hill to the series for the first time, while Phill Foster returns to competition after several seasons on the sidelines. So far this season, ten other new drivers have embarked on their inaugural season of Sprintcar competition and six of these will be in action on Saturday evening for the annual twin feature night.
  • 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.
  • In their first outing since the epic Australian Championship won by American star Rico Abreu, the mighty Midgets return to Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (February 25) for the latest round of competition in the Polar Ice Track Championship. Even though the locals perhaps fell short of achieving the results they were hoping for in the national title final, rest assured this weekend will produce some great racing as they all look to make amends by emerging victorious in the 25-lap feature race. Also on the program is round nine of the Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series featuring Queensland champion Matt Pascoe, plus Compact Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Modlites and Open Sedans.
  • Luke Oldfield continued his stellar season of success at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February) when he raced to victory in round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Having started the 30-lap event from pole position after a dominant display through the various stages of qualifying, Oldfield trailed Andrew Scheuerle for much of the race before pouncing at a late-race restart to secure the lead. As the leading duo duked it out from the get-go, Peter Lack was lurking in third spot for the duration and whilst he was never close enough to make a serious bid for lead, nor was his position ever under any real threat. A mighty drive from Mitchell Gee saw him advance from position 13 to finish fourth ahead of Ben Hilder and Matt Butler, with David Whell, Callum Walker, Dylan Menz and Andre Liebke rounding out the top ten.
  • After an extended absence of some five weeks during which some teams took the opportunity to refresh and regroup, while others headed south to contest major events in New South Wales and Victoria, Sprintcars return to Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (February 18) for round eight of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. No other speedway venue in the state delivers the consistently good racing that Archerfield produces each week and with 30 nominations received so far, it certainly seems as though the drivers are delighted to be back in action at Queensland’s home of Sprintcar racing.
  • Having dominated proceedings throughout the weekend, California’s Rico Abreu led every lap of the Kratzmann Caravans Australian Midget/Speedcar Championship feature race at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (February 4) to score a popular win. Abreu qualified his #97 Spike/Toyota on pole position for the championship finale and was faultless in powering to the fourth feature race win of his Australian campaign, finishing ahead of fellow American Brady Bacon and former champion Nathan Smee.
  • After the opening night of competition in the Kratzmann Caravans 2016/2017 Australian Midget/Speedcar Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Friday night (February 3), it is the international contingent who lead the way, with California’s Rico Abreu sitting atop the championship standings after three rounds of qualifying heats. With two heat wins and a runner-up result in the other, Abreu sits five points clear of New Zealand’s defending champion Michael Pickens who, after finishing second in his opening two heats, finished the night with a brilliant drive to victory in his final outing. Another Kiwi in Hayden Williams is third overall, while Nathan Smee is the best of the Aussies in fourth, followed by two more American hotshoes in Zach Daum and Brady Bacon.
  • For 75 years, Speedcars have been a staple of the Australian speedway landscape and the history and tradition of the category is unparalleled on Australian dirt track ovals. Speedcars, or Midgets as they now more commonly known in Queensland and Worldwide, have produced some of the greatest drivers in Australian motorsport, including three-time Formula 1 World Champion Jack Brabham, while others such as Johnny Stewart, Ray Revell, Blair Shepherd, Andy McGavin, Len Brock and many more became dirt track superstars in the halcyon days of the sport in the 1960s. To this day, Midget racing has continued to produce some of the finest speedway talent in the country and consistently delivers some the toughest, most intense competition on speedway circuits across the country.
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