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  • FOR the Keens Race Team, their 2023-24 season was an up and down sort of campaign in Limited Sprintcars, and although there were hard times, they never stopped trying and were on occasions rewarded for their persistence. Leading the charge for the Keens Race Team throughout the season was Michael Keen, who managed to record a total of six feature-race wins aboard his # 95 Boyanup Cellars / Keens Truck Driver Training supported car, which included his fourth King of Wings event victory in a row at the Perth Motorplex, an emotion-charged Krikke Boys Shootout win at the Perth Motorplex and recently taking out two of the four rounds on his way to victory in the end- of-season Pilbara Speedweek Series.
  • ALTHOUGH their 2023-24 season campaign turned out to be a limited one, the Bohud Racing team and their driver Michael Stewart look back at the season in 410 Sprintcars with a lot of satisfaction. The Bohud Racing team contested a total of 13 race meetings during the season, which saw Michael Stewart run 12 of them and fill-in driver William Lucas run the other, and it saw the NS # 14 ARRMA Australia / Illawarra Truck Repairs & Spares supported Triple X car finish on
  • The Sprintcar Control Council of Australia (SCCA) conducted their Annual General Meeting on May 25-26 in Tullamarine, Victoria.
  • THE 2023-24 season was certainly a successful one for the Krikke Motorsport team and their driver Dayne Kingshott, and recently at the Burswood on the Swan in Perth they picked up their fair share of silver wear during the Sprintcar Entrants Group awards night. In what has been one of Western Australia’s most competitive seasons in the 410 Sprintcar ranks, Kingshott, aboard the WA # 2 Mobil 1 / Bunbury Toyota supported Maxim, was the standout driver.
  • The upcoming South Australian Sprintcar season just got a whole lot bigger with the announcement that 410ci Sprintcars will race on a temporary, purpose-built dirt oval at the 25th Anniversary Vailo Adelaide Supercars 500. This historic event is in addition to the 2025 Australian Sprintcar Title in January at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway, providing race fans in South Australia the opportunity to witness two of the biggest Sprintcar races of the 2024/25 Australian season.
  • NAPA Auto Parts is pleased to confirm that it will be the naming-rights partner of the inaugural NAPA Speedway – Sprintcars in the City – at the 2024 VAILO Adelaide 500 this November.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria Inc is pleased to be able to release the planned race dates for the 2024-2025 racing season in and around Victoria. The SRA committee meet recently to discuss the race dates applied for from the venue operators, after a few changes with requested race dates that clashed the below dates were approved.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria finished off their racing season at Redline Raceway last night with the Grand Final of the C&H Trucking pro Sprintcar Series that produced some of the best Pro Sprintcar Racing seen this season. Chris Solomon was the in inform driver that put on a good show all night long to take the C&H Trucking A Main event. But it was Dennis Jones that clinched the 2023-20224 SRA C&H Trucking Pro Sprintcar Series Title and also snatched second place in A Main on the final lap of the race.
  • This Saturday the SRA C&H Trucking Pro Sprintcar Series will converge on Redline Raceway Ballart for the Series Grand Final that will see all the major players that have been competing in the Series booked in. While the Series points leader Dennis Jones has a slight points lead over both Sam Wren and Matthew Symons these three drivers will be fighting it out for the 2023-2024 C&H Pro Sprintcar Series Championship.
  • A cross selection of teams interested in competing in this year's 2024/2025 Sprintcar Speedweek will meet online with Promoters and Management of the five Speedweek venues this week.
  • The newest kid on the Australian Speedway block has been raising more than a few eyebrows for the last twelve months as the multi-million dollar high bank pleasure-dome continues to take shape.
  • Jacob Smith did not put a foot wrong all evening at Simpson Speedway Last night to take the C&H Trucking Pro Sprintcar Series round nine feature win ahead of round six winner Matthew Symons and round seven winner Michael Tancredi.
  • Thirty five drivers and their machines lined up for the annual Avalon Raceway Diggers Cup in recognition of the Anzac’s. The event was also round 8 of the C&H Trucking Pro Sprintcar Series that double as round two of the A Plus Powder Coating Triple Crown Series. Tasmania’s Tate Frost put in a strong drive to win the nights main event.
  • The Pro Sprintcar action continues on this weekend with a double header starting off at Avalon Raceway on Saturday night then on to Simpson Speedway for Sunday afternoon for rounds eight and nine of the C&H Trucking Pro Sprintcar Series that also doubles for rounds two and three of A Plus Powder Coating Triple Crown Series that has attracted over thirty two plus entries for both events.
  • Tasmanian Jock Goodyer added a second Australian Sprintcar Championship to his credit in dramatic style at the Avalon Raceway with a last lap pass to secure his maiden Australian Pro Sprintcar Championship. After trailing local Jake Smith for 39 laps Goodyer dove to the inside of turn 1 and came away with a spectacular win and in the process, he joined Robbie Farr and Jamie Veal as the only drivers to have captured the #1 in both Open and 360 / Pro Sprintcar competition.
  • Tasmanian Jock Goodyer made a perfect start to his Pro Sprintcar racing career with victory on night 1 of the Dirt X Ind. Australian Pro Sprintcar Championship at the Avalon Raceway on Friday night. After starting on the pole Goodyer led the entire way in the shortened A-main to defeat South Australian Daniel Pestka and local Victorian Jake Smith.
  • Another regular open Sprintcar racer who will be worth watching at this weekend's Australian Pro Sprintcar Championship, presented by Dirt X Ind, at the Avalon Raceway will be Tasmanian youngster Tate Frost. Of all the drivers in the field Frost is by far one of the form drivers as he is coming off two feature wins and the overall Easter Trail series victory.
  • Tasmanian standout Jock Goodyer is a surprise entry into the 2024 Australian Pro Sprintcar Championship, presented by Dirt X Ind, for this weekend’s event at the Avalon Raceway. Jock will contest the championship for the first time with his main goal being to join Robbie Farr and Jamie Veal as Australian Champions in both Sprintcar classes. Goodyer will pilot one of the immaculately presented race cars owned by Victorian Domain Ramsay.
  • The Grand Final of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship will be decided this Saturday night at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway. The ‘Sedl Earthmoving’ Ultimate Grand Final featuring Sprintcars, Super Sedan and Speedcars shapes up as one race meeting you don’t want to miss.
  • Southern 500 Speedway Portland presented round seven of SRA of Vic Inc C&H Trucking Series that also doubled as the Victoria Pro Sprintcar Title that saw Micheal Tancredi take the feature race win to become a multiple SRA State Champion. Tancredi defeated local Portland racer Daniel Storer home in second place from Jack Lee.
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