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  • SPRINTCAR CONTROL COUNCIL CONFERENCE BUILDS CONFIDENCE IN AUSTRALIAN SPRINTCAR FUTURE
  • 360s have been part of the Australian sprintcar history for a many years, starting as a a fledgling new division back in the early to mid 90’s to what it is today, a strong and popular class. With the numbers growing so quickly the first 360 Austtralian Title was introduced in 2004. Run and won at Timmis Speedway, Mildura by Stephen Bell. Accross 4 states 18 more Aussie Titles have been held with – Jamie Cobby, Ryan Jones, Allan Barlee, Tony Moule, Chad Ely, Kayden Manders – just to name a few proud winners.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria recently held the 2021-2022 seasons presentation dinner in Geelong to hand out the seasons awards on a night that was well attended. After the last two seasons awards nights having to go out via live streaming due to the covid restrictions it was a well received night with many drivers, crews’ members, friends, guests and sponsors in attendance to be together once again for the occasion.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria committee recently meet to discuss the 2022-2023 racing season and the race dates that have been applied for from the venue operators, as usual often there is venues wanting to run events on the same dates but with a little work thanks to the venue operators the SRA was please to able to approve the dates applied for so far for the new racing season.
  • Last Saturday night Kale Quinlan emerged victorious in Round 3 of the Sprintcar Track Championship at the 7Darwin Northline Speedway. After starting on the front row Quinlan put in a faultless display as he led all 25 laps on his way to first A-Main victory in a 410ci Sprintcar.
  • In what may prove to be the final Sprintcar race contested at Archerfield Speedway, it was somewhat fitting that Luke Oldfield triumphed in the final round of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Despite having already wrapped up the championship, Oldfield showed no mercy to the pair of young guns who battled him for the win. Having qualified on the outside front row, Oldfield bided his time behind pole qualifier Taylor Prosser and even dropped to third behind Ryan Newton on a couple of occasions before making his way to the front with nine laps remaining. After securing his first ever pole position start, Prosser was no doubt disappointed to be denied a win, but finished the season with his best ever performance, while Newton was his typically spectacular self in third spot. Kevin Titman surged late to secure fourth ahead of Adam Butler and Aaron Kelly, who finished second overall in the championship, with Darren Jensen, Anthony Lambert, Mark Pholi and Tim Farrell rounding out the top ten.
  • A massive night of action will conclude the 2021/2022 Archerfield Speedway season this Saturday night (June 4) with a huge program headlined by the final round of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Whilst Luke Oldfield has the championship wrapped up, the minor placings are still very much up for grabs, with several drivers still in contention for a top-five finish and, potentially, a place on the series podium. Also featuring on the night will be the Wingless Sprint 50-lapper, which has attracted three states and, with Formula 500s, Open Sedans and Formula 500 Juniors also on the program, a whopping 130+ competitors will take to the track.
  • Luke Oldfield affirmed his status as Queensland’s premier Sprintcar pilot when he raced to his second state championship victory at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 28). Having advanced from fourth to assume the race lead after just eight laps of action, Oldfield was faultless out front on a challenging track and would face little resistance in his charge to the championship, finishing ahead of Brock Hallett, Taylor Prosser, Jock Goodyer and Randy Morgan.
  • There is no doubt that the 2021/2022 Queensland speedway season has been one of the most challenging of recent times but, despite the myriad setbacks that have conspired to disrupt competition, Archerfield Speedway has continued to serve up spectacular action from many of Australia’s very best competitors. With inclement weather having forced the cancellation of the previous scheduled show, the season is set to conclude with two huge events on consecutive weekends. This Saturday night (May 28), more than 30 teams from Queensland and interstate will contest the Queensland Sprintcar Championship, while the following weekend (June 4) will feature the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship Grand Final.
  • Northline Speedway kicks off their 2022 season this weekend with The King of the Valley Race and the opening round of the Track Championship on Saturday May 7th.
  • The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series recently finished another successful season and now it’s time to look back and recap just a few of the highlights, but let’s face it when the racing is first rate that isn’t an easy thing to do.
  • Less than a week after the successful staging of the Australian Sprintcar Championship, another massive night of racing is scheduled for Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (May 7) with round 14 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship AND the GP53 Super Sedan Memorial on the program. In the wake of a national title campaign that saw lady luck deny him a place on the podium, Luke Oldfield has no time to dwell on the disappointment of what transpired last weekend as he returns his focus to wrapping up the ECL Track Championship, while the GP53 has attracted drivers form every Australian state for what has quickly become one of the most prestigious races on the Super Sedan calendar.
  • Marcus Dumesny is the 2022 Titan Garages and Sheds SCCA Australian Sprintcar Champion.
  • Seemingly unburdened by the pressure of carrying a surname so firmly entrenched in Australian Sprintcar folklore, Marcus Dumesny delivered a stunning performance to win the 59th Australian Sprintcar Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Sunday night (May 1). Starting the 40-lap championship finale from row five, Dumesny was both patient and precise in his charge to the front and, as his rivals unravelled in the pressure of the occasion, he pounced to snatch the lead with three laps remaining. Defending champion Jamie Veal finished in second position, with Tasmania’s Jock Goodyer securing third after looking the likely winner for much of the contest. Ian Madsen annexed fourth ahead of two more Tasmanians in Tate Frost and Jamie Bricknell, the latter having advanced from the back row after transferring from the B Main. In a race of high attrition, Daniel Pestka, Nicholas Whell and Brock Hallett were the only other finishers in what will be the final ever staging of this event at Archerfield. Having won the Preliminary Feature race 24 hours earlier, Luke Oldfield suffered a significant setback in his final heat when he crashed hard in turn one, only to bounce back brilliantly to find himself in a podium position before a flat tyre ultimately ended his run.
  • In a breathtaking race that culminated with less than a second separating the top three finishers at the completion of 25 spectacular laps, it was local hero Luke Oldfield who emerged victorious in the Titan Garages Australian Sprintcar Championship Preliminary Feature Race at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 30). After leading early, Oldfield fell behind defending champion Jamie Veal through the middle stages of the race before surging back to the front with three laps remaining. Veal remained second at the chequer despite the best efforts of Tasmania’s Jock Goodyer, who unleashed a withering burst of speed through the final five laps that that propelled him from fifth to within a whisker of victory lane. Lachlan McHugh finished fourth ahead of another hard charger in Marcus Dumesny, who advanced from 14th, with Aaron Kelly, Matthew Dumesny, Ian Madsen and Steven Lines next in line. Having transferred from the B Main, Dave Fanning would find himself in the top ten at the fall of the flag, followed by another Tassie excitement machine in Tate Frost, leaving Ryan Newton, Brock Hallett, Luke Sirton, Daniel Pestka and Nicholas Whell as the remaining finishers.
  • In front of an enormous crowd Luke Oldfield scored victory in the 25-lap preliminary A-Main at Archerfield Speedway for Night One of the Titan Garages and Sheds 2022 Australian Sprintcar Championship.
  • His Dad won an Australian Speedway Solo Motorcycle Championship on home Queensland soil, and now 45 years ago Kevin Titman hopes to emulate John in this weekend’s Titan Garages and Sheds Australian Sprintcar Championship at Archerfield Speedway.
  • Bryan Mann is one of Australia’s most loved Sprintcar drivers. And people. The affable QLD wheel twister has done a million laps around his beloved Archerfield Speedway and though it’s never really clear how many more laps he has planned Bryan knows how to run at the front and make consistent circles at the tricky Colebard St layout.
  • The pilot of the Leigh-Smith Yachts NQ7 is sailing into the Titan Garages and Sheds 59th SCCA Australian Sprintcar Championship at Archerfield Speedway this Saturday and Sunday night as a major threat for victory.
  • Five years ago Ian Madsen could almost feel the Australian Sprintcar Championship champagne bottle in his hand.
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