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  • The Goulburn Valley Auto Club ended its season at Rushworth Speedway with five visiting classes and their features supported by all the local stars in their sedan cars and a terrific night of racing finished with wins to Kali Hovey in the Hot Rod “Ray Welsh Memorial’, Justin Paull in the Compact Speedcars ‘Presidents Trophy’, Tristan McGraw in the Sports Sedan feature race, Wayne Sheerman in the Standard Saloon feature race and Dean Heseltine in the AMCA Nationals state series round.
  • Nyora Raceway’s latest show had something for everybody and a little more than we bargained for with a Demolition Derby won by Ben West, a Fireworks display, Wingless Sprints win to Travis Millar, a Ladies Standard Saloon Victorian champion crowned, being Ally Morrison and unfortunately a visit from the Victorian Air Ambulance and local emergency crews after a huge crash left everybody stunned.
  • Nyora Raceway hosted the ‘DTR Truck Repairs’ Victorian Sports Sedan title on Saturday night as the highlight event with the annual running of the Miles Cup for Standard Saloons supported by Junior Sedan racing from the Standard Saloon and 1200cc classes and some Ladies Standard Saloon competition and the two main events were won by visiting Alexandra club drivers.
  • 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.
  • Drivers from the Victorian Grand Prix Midget association headed back to the Goulburn Valley and Rushworth Speedway for the annual Ironbark Classic event and a first victory of the season was taken by Chris Fowler on what was one of the better Rushworth race surfaces in some time and highly commended by the class.
  • Absolutely beautiful blue skies, zero chance of rain but 100% chance of RUMBLE on the Mountain at the high banks of Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway tonight!
  • Bairnsdale based Limited Sportsman speedway racer Trent Wilson and his team made the long haul over to Mount Gambier recently to compete in the second of two state championships the drivers have the honour of competing in and although being confident he was a front running driver after recent track records at Bairnsdale Speedway; he was ecstatic to come away with a third-place podium finish surrounded by the best competition in the class.
  • This Saturday night at Rushworth Speedway, the Goulburn Valley Auto Club will provide thrilling entertainment that includes several visiting classes joining the local superstars and their cars. A Sports Sedan feature along with features for 1200cc powered Junior Sedans and the larger six- and eight-cylinder Junior Sedan class. The Grand Prix Midgets will also be in town for their ‘Ironbark Classic’.
  • The Victorian Compact Speedcar Club continues its big month of racing following on from the Easter Showdown weekend with the ‘Ringwood Mazda’ Victorian Compact Speedcar title at Wangaratta City Raceway this Saturday night attracting the reigning Australian title holder Mark Heaton who just happens to be the Victorian champion also after his victory in Gippsland in 2020.
  • Forty of Victoria’s best Modified Sedans and some of the national biggest baddest Late Model Sedans along with thirty Street Stocks will provide race fans a night to remember this weekend when they head up to Mount Buninyong for the Victorian Modified Sedan title and Victorian Late Model title double header race night.
  • Tickets will be available for purchase up until midnight on Thursday night for this Friday’s final race of the 2020-21 Premier Speedway season, with a huge ensemble of 98 cars entered across the three divisions which include 360 Sprintcars as a part of the Triple Crown Series, Wingless Sprints and Junior Formula 500’s.
  • It has been a long time between appearances, but Super Sedans are back in a big way at Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (April 10) with 25 competitors from across Queensland and interstate nominated for round eleven of the McCosker Contracting Series, presented by Shock Doctor. With three national championship winners in the field, including current titleholder Darren Kane, the field is stacked with talent in what is shaping as their most competitive round or racing so far this season. Also on the program are the always exciting Dirt Modifieds, along with AMCA Nationals, Compact Speedcars, Open Sedans, RSA Sedans, Junior Sedans and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • All systems are go for the Queensland Sprintcar Easter Tri Series.
  • Two nights of terrific Compact Speedcar action this Easter weekend for the Victorian Club as they take time to reflect and race in honour of people from the Curren and Astrella families at Rosedale and Bairnsdale Speedways.
  • This weekend Nyora Raceway will give the fans what they want, not one, but two days of racing action starting with a Saturday night dish of ‘Sprintcar’ racing along with the Victorian title race for Junior Sedan competitors in up to 1500cc engine powered race cars whilst on Sunday for a good ole’ day show suitable for families before Monday school day, the headline race willy be the Memorial for Sports Sedans honouring Robert Bickham with club classes and some premature Easter fun.
  • Mark Cecil has won his first Australian Grand Prix Midget national title at his home track in the Goulburn Valley at Rushworth Speedway on Saturday night. Offered the drive for by car owner Trevor Perry, Cecil defeated a stellar field that included the defending national champion Rod Saville and two-time former champion Ash Booker. Cecil drove to the title win on an action-packed night.
  • At Rushworth Speedway on Saturday night a Goulburn Valley local, Mark Cecil was crowned Australian Grand Prix Midget Champion when he claimed the top honour in the class for the first time in his career racing for Trevor Perry, from the Perry family no strangers to success at Rushworth.
  • Scott Laidlaw from the Latrobe Valley has won his fourth Division 2 Hot Rod Victorian title coming back after eighteen months away from racing to reclaim the crown in front of a healthy crowd on Saturday night at Bairnsdale Speedway.
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