• This Saturday night (March 4) the Wingless Sprints will return to the Borderline Speedway for what is technically Round 2 of the Ti Bills Race Parts Wingless Sprint SA State Series following the rain-out of the initial running of the event back in December. The 39-driver nomination list includes a whole host of talent but it will be the local hometown contingent of Mitch Broome, Kirby Hillyer, and Kahn Aston, who will be out to impress.

    So far in the two completed rounds of the series Broome has been the driver to beat as he won the previous round at the Sunline Speedway at Waikerie along with a runner-up finish in the opening round at Whyalla. In addition to Broome, Kirby Hillyer will also be a tough driver to beat on his home track and the local fans would love to see a home town winner.

    After an all the way win in round 1 dual Australian Champion Joel Chadwick also recorded a top 5 finish at the Sunline Speedway and he can never be discounted whenever he races at the Borderline Speedway. In fact, he was a winner there in January as he claimed the State of Origin Challenge on Australia Day.

    Current State Champion Tyson Martin returns to the venue he captured the SA#1, and he enters the race in great form having won the most recent feature race at the Murray Bridge Speedway. Keke Falland, who was third at Whyalla, Hayden Vickers, Rylan Furler, Nate Trewin, Anthony Tapley, Jesse Alexander, Bronson Mauro and William Caruso will also be major contenders for a strong result.

    The event will also see Jenna Kervers in action, which is great to see considering she rode out a nasty accident at the club event at the Murray Bridge Speedway a fortnight ago.

    One driver who has been a huge surprise in the series so far this season is Mildura’s Jordon Bolitho, who has a pair of top 5 results to his credit including a runner-up finish at the Sunline Speedway, therefore he is becoming a major threat in the overall points championship.

    The Victorian registered contingent will be spearheaded by former Australia #2 Luke Weel, Blake Walsh, who won at the Borderline Speedway a couple of weeks ago in a Victorian sanctioned event, his sister Carly, Christopher Halesworth, Paul Soloman and Chris Ansell.

    With such an impressive entry list the format for the night’s action will feature time trials in hot laps, 8 heat races, C & B-Mains prior to the top 20 drivers contesting the 30-lap Cleanaway supported A-Main.

    Round 2 of the Ti Bills Race Parts Wingless Race Series will be proudly supported by:

    � Cleanaway – Round 2 Major Sponsor

    � Ti Bills Race Parts – Series Major Sponsor

    � Pronto United Finance - Series Sponsor

    � Obst Customs and Classics – Series Sponsor

    � Chris’s Auto Air & Mechanical – Series Sponsor

    � Broome Family and BP Gambier West, Mount Gambier – Contingency Supporter

    � Alexander Bro’s Construction & Civil - Contingency Supporter

    � Revolution Racegear - Contingency Supporter

    � Caruso Auto Repairs & Sales - Contingency Supporter

    � Phil Michell Motorsport Media - Contingency Supporter

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