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  • 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.
  • There are plenty of American Sprintcar drivers competing on Australian soil at the moment, but only Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway can genuinely lay claim to hosting the very best of them, evidence of which was in abundance on Saturday night (December 28) when 10-time World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz dished up a dazzling demonstration of his sublime skills to win round eight of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Despite starting from position 14 after accepting the BK Trading Challenge to invert the field, Schatz had moved to the front by half race distance and left the field in his wake to clinch his second consecutive feature race win. As was the case in the previous round just 48 hours earlier, Luke Oldfield proved to be Schatz’s biggest threat throughout the night and would advance from the sixth row to finish third behind Cody Maroske, who took maximum advantage of the good fortune that the inversion bestowed upon him to score his best result thus far for the Erhart Motorsport team. Series leader Kevin Titman was solid again in finishing fourth, as was Callum Walker in fifth, with Bryan Mann bouncing back from a spin to snare sixth ahead of Brent Kratzmann, Andrew Scheuerle, Mick Sauer and Dan Murray.
  • Just 48 hours after their feature race battle on Boxing Night, World of Outlaws legend Donny Schatz and local favourite Luke Oldfield will face off again at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday evening (December 28) in round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. On Thursday night, Oldfield topped qualifying, started from pole position and led the first half of the 35-lap feature race, but it was the experience and sublime skills of Schatz that ultimately prevailed come the fall of the chequer. Andrew Scheuerle finished third on that occasion and leads a field of 22 others on a mission to prevent the pair from dominating once again.
  • World of Outlaws superstar Donny Schatz wasted no time in reacquainting himself with victory lane at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway, chasing down Luke Oldfield to take out round seven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Championship on Thursday night (December 26). Schatz was superb in his pursuit of Oldfield, pouncing on an error from the local hero to take control of the race on lap 17, with Australian champ Andrew Scheuerle finishing in third spot ahead of Callum Walker and Cody Maroske.
  • He is the best in the business, he loves turning laps on Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway and he loves to win, so the locals should expect no mercy when World of Outlaws superstar Donny Schatz joins the field for round seven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship on Thursday night (December 26). As part of a huge Boxing Night extravaganza of motorsport entertainment, Schatz will take on current national champ Andrew Scheuerle and a field of more than 25 local and interstate Sprintcar stars. Also on the program is round four of the American Tire and Racing Services Midget Series, plus Monster Trucks, Fireworks, Modlites and Formula 500 Juniors.
  • With five different winners from as many rounds of racing in the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship, it took a last corner pass to deliver the first repeat feature winner for the season when Mitchell Gee slipped underneath Randy Morgan to snatch victory in round six at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (December 14). Morgan led from the outset and looked on track to become the sixth different winner for the season until the slightest moment of hesitation approaching lapped traffic enabled Gee to surge underneath to snatch victory. Brock Dean finished in third spot ahead of Aaron Kelly, with Chad Ely rounding out the first five in what was another fabulous night of racing.
  • With the arrival of World of Outlaws superstar Donny Schatz just two weeks away, round six of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (December 14) is the final opportunity for teams to fine-tune their preparations under race conditions. As such, the entry list for this event offers considerable insight into just how the various teams feel with regard to their readiness to take on the worlds best Sprintcar driver. While some teams are seemingly very confident of their chances in the big shows scheduled for the weeks ahead and have opted to take the weekend off, the 25+ drivers who have nominated for Saturday night are not only looking to improve their overall position in the track championship standings, but also seeking to achieve a level of synchronicity between car, driver and the Archerfield track that will (hopefully) elevate them above their absent rivals and emerge as the biggest threats to Schatz and the other national and international stars who are coming to town during the Christmas/New Year period.
  • Having spent a few weeks competing interstate, Luke Oldfield and Andrew Scheuerle returned home to contest round five of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 30) and the expected resistance from those who have dominated in their absence never really eventuated as they assumed their customary positions at the front of the field. On this occasion it was Oldfield who prevailed in the 30-lap feature race, scoring his first win for the season after a series of runner-up results, both at home and away. Scheuerle finished in second spot, with Bryan Mann scoring third ahead of Andrew Corbet and Mick Sauer.
  • In what has already been a remarkably exciting season at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway, this Saturday night (November 30) might just be the best yet with both Sprintcars and Super Sedans on the program. Only at Archerfield can you witness the very best drivers from the two leading race categories in action on the same night, with both divisions pitching their current national champions into battle against strong fields. Lightning Sprints, Formula 500s, Microsprints and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans will also feature on another packed program.
  • In a race that delivered action, drama and antagonism aplenty, it was Mitchell Gee who emerged victorious in round four of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 16). Starting from the outside front row on a track that offered multiple racing lines, Gee led all but one of the 30 laps, initially establishing a sizeable lead before a series of restarts brought him back to the field. Securing his first podium result since stepping into Sprintcars, Aaron Kelly took every advantage of the opportunities that presented themselves to snare a runner-up result, with Kevin Titman finishing third by the barest of margins to consolidate his place atop the championship standings. A battle-scarred Ryan McNamara finished fourth, while a topsy-turvy night for Callum Walker eventually resulted in a fifth-place finish.
  • Sprintcars are back in action this Saturday night (November 16) when Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway hosts round four of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. With each completed round thus far having been won by a different driver, both the championship and Saturday nights feature race are wide open with myriad potential winners amongst the 24 nominated competitors. Also on the program, another strong field will contest round three of the American Tire and Racing Services Midget Series, along with events for Wingless Sprints, Modlites and Formula 500 Juniors.
  • Four-time Australian Dirt Modified champion Kevin Britten was utterly unstoppable at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 9), trouncing a small field to win the 25-lap feature race. In what was an emphatic start to his season, Britten never looked likely to lose, shrugging off a series of restarts to lead every lap and ultimately finish ahead of David Clark, who started alongside Britten on the front row but found himself shuffled back in the early going before clawing his back onto the podium. Having scored a Modlite feature race win seven days earlier, Terry Leerentveld proved his versatility with a strong run into third place.
  • Having struggled to make much impression in the heats, Australian champion Andrew Scheuerle stood tall when it mattered most to win round three of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 2). Starting from the outside front row, Scheuerle led all but one of the 30 laps to secure his first feature win for the season, finishing ahead of Brent Aprile and Callum Walker, both of whom bounced back from setbacks earlier in the night. Opening round winner Kevin Titman finished fourth ahead of pole qualifier Brent Kratzmann, with Adam Butler sixth in his best ever result.
  • It is Sprintcar time again this weekend at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway with round three of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship to be decided on Saturday night (November 2). As expected, another quality field will hit the track in search of success in Queenslands premier Sprintcar series and, with five different drivers having appeared on the podium in the opening two rounds, the contest is wide open as defending champion Andrew Scheurele returns to take on opening round winner Kevin Titman and another 25 drivers, all of whom will be fixated on finding their way to victory lane.
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