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  • Boxing Day has long been one of the biggest days on the annual speedway calendar and 2021 is certainly no exception, with Archerfield Speedway leading the way in delivering a massive night of motorsport entertainment on Sunday night (December 26) featuring Sprintcars , Monster Trucks, Fireworks and a huge support program. Round seven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship has attracted the strongest field of the season, in both quality and quantity, with current Australian champ Jamie Veal heading north to take on series front runners Lachlan McHugh and Luke Oldfield. Round four of the TFH Midget Series will also be decided, along with racing action courtesy of Wingless Sprints, Modlites and Lightning Sprints, with more than 110 competitors to hit the track.
  • Despite the very best laid plans of series organisers and significant interest from teams, the ongoing uncertainty over border restrictions and other COVID-induced logistical hurdles forced the cancellation of the 2021/2022 World Series Sprintcar Championship. However, resolute in their determination to deliver top quality Sprintcar racing to fans around the country, Speedway Australia will again deliver a series of state-based competitions that will give race fans the opportunity to see their local heroes face off against the best from interstate, while also offering plenty of prizemoney and elite competition for participating drivers.
  • Following his success in the previous round, Lachlan McHugh replicated that result with an all-the-way win in round five of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 27). Launching from the outside front row, McHugh led all 30 laps of the feature race on a track that remained super fast all night courtesy of heavy rain in the days prior. In his best result thus far this season, Aaron Kelly settled into second spot from the outset and remained in that position at the fall of the flag, with Taylor Prosser clinching his first ever podium result in third spot. Brent Kratzmann finished fourth ahead of Kevin Titman, with Luke Oldfield climbing back to sixth from the rear following a tyre change during a restart with 11 laps to run. Adam Butler surged into seventh spot, leaving Cody Maroske, Ryan McNamara and Mitch Gowland to round out the top ten.
  • Despite being a late addition to the schedule, racing this Saturday night (November 13) has still attracted more than 100 competitor nominations for a variety-packed program headlined by round four of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship, along with round two of the TFH Midget Series. Also on the card will be Formula 500s, Lightning Sprints, Open B/Limited Sedans, Legend Cars and Formula 500 Juniors. Both the Sprintcar and Midget rounds have been scheduled to replace events lost to inclement weather on October 30, while the support categories will no doubt relish the opportunity afforded them to secure an extra outing at Queensland’s premier speedway venue.
  • For the third time in as many rounds, Brisbane speedway fans were treated to a stunning display of Sprintcar racing from which Luke Oldfield emerged victorious in a rousing round three of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship on Saturday night (November 6). On a multi-groove track that afforded every driver ample opportunity to find their way to the front, it was Oldfield who found the fastest foothold and worked his way forward to emerge with the lead for what would become his second feature race win of the season. Tasmania’s Jock Goodyer maintained his perfect podium record with a runner-up finish ahead of Cody Maroske, Tim Farrell and Karl Hoffmans, who had earlier surged to the lead in a stunning run that saw him relegate Oldfield, Goodyer and Maroske, only to find himself unable to maintain that pace through the latter stages of the race.
  • Such are the rewards of success that, given their performances though the opening weeks of the season, Luke Oldfield and Lachlan McHugh should have enjoyed a somewhat relaxed break from Sprintcar competition last weekend. Both have recorded feature race wins this season and, given the fact that neither of them has yet finished off the podium in any feature race they have contested, it is unlikely that too many changes have been made in their preparations for round three of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (October 30). On the other hand, the 30 fellow competitors contesting round three of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship have presumably spent many a long night in the workshop in a bid to find that extra little bit of something that will slingshot them out of the pack and into the mix at the front of the field. What seems certain given the quality of racing we have seen in the opening two rounds of ECL action is that, regardless of the result, race fans can expect some very special to unfold.
  • As each speedway season winds down for the winter break, attention always turns to the new season to come and what each track has planned for the months ahead. As such, with the 2018/2019 season at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway having concluded on Saturday night, track management have finalised their 2019/2020 event schedule, which includes all the events you know and love, as well as some exciting new additions to the calendar. Sprintcars will again take centre stage, which is hardly surprising given the incredible racing they delivered throughout the 2018/2019 season, but there is plenty of variety amongst the scheduled racing categories to satisfy open wheel and sedan fans alike.
  • In what proved a fitting result for a variety of reasons, Peter Lack drew the curtain on his Sprintcar career with a stirring win in the final round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (June 1). Lack started the event from the outside of row four and worked his forward before pouncing through turn four with only one lap remaining to slip ahead of Andrew Scheuerle, who already had the track championship safely in his keeping. Allan Woods finished in third spot ahead of Michael Saller and Brent Kratzmann, with Kristy Bonsey surging to sixth after starting 11th.
  • It is Grand Final time this Saturday night (June 1) at Audeck Archerfield Speedway with the 17th and final round of racing for the 2018/2019 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Whilst Andrew Scheuerle already has the track championship wrapped up, the final round will close out what has been a remarkable season of racing that has delivered fierce competition and breathtaking action. In fact, with Scheurele chasing his third consecutive feature race win and the minor placings in the championship still to be decided, it seems there might still be a few memorable moments yet to play out. Also featuring on a big season-ending program will be the Australian Lightning Sprintcar Championship and the Queensland Microsprint Championship, plus Street Stockers, Junior Sedans, Open Sedans and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • After a feast of sedan action last weekend, it is an all open-wheeler affair at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (May 25) featuring the penultimate round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. The final round of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship is also part of the huge Crazy Night program that includes Fireworks and the annual Caravan, Boat and Dunny Derby, along Compact Speedcars and the Jettco Brisvegas Jackpot for Formula 500s.
  • There is a long-held tradition in Australian speedway of recognising the heroes of the sport and the drivers that have paved the way for the superstars of today. One of the ways in which our champions of the past are recognised is through the establishment of special events staged in their honour as a tribute to their achievements and the lasting impact, inspiration and influence they have had on the
  • Fresh from clinching his third Australian Championship, Matt Pascoe continued his winning ways at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 27) with victory in round 16 of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series. There was a feeling of familiarity for much of the feature with Darren Kane and Pascoe having cleared away from the field, only for Kane to strike trouble on lap 23 and exit, handing the lead to Pascoe, who would go on to finish ahead of Western Australian veteran Gary Higgs and Townsvilles Trent Wilson.
  • After the disappointment of an Easter washout, Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway fires up again this Saturday night (April 27) with a double-bill program that will see two current national titleholders in action. Just a week after clinching his third Australian Championship, Matt Pascoe heads the entry list for round 16 of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series while Kevin Britten, a four-time Australian Dirt Modified champion will face off against a highly credentialed field of rivals. As always, Archerfield will dish up a variety-packed program with Compact Speedcars, Lightning Sprints and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans providing the supporting action.
  • Forget Easter eggs, hot cross buns and family get-togethers, the best way to spend the Easter weekend is watching a stellar field of thundering Sprintcars unleashed on Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Yep, Sprintcars are back in action on Saturday night (April 20) to contest round two of the Easter Triple Challenge, with 40 local and interstate aces set to do battle on Queenslands premier speedway oval. In fact, whilst many of the nominated Sprintcar teams will compete at Toowoomba on Friday evening and again on Sunday night, it is no surprise that the Archerfield round has secured the largest entry list for the weekend. On a massive night that has attracted more 120 competitor nominations, the program will also feature Midgets, the Queensland Modlite Championship and a huge field of Wingless Sprints.
  • On a wickedly fast but challenging track, Lachlan McHugh delivered a dazzling display to win round 14 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 6). Following the spectacular demise of race leader Luke Oldfield, it was Australian champ Andrew Scheuerle who took over the front running before McHugh chased him down and then survived a few near misses through lapped traffic before clinching his fourth ECL round win for the season. Scheuerle remained second at the chequer to consolidate his series lead, with Kevin Titman securing third ahead of Michael Saller and previous round winner Bryan Mann.
  • Carnage and chaos are on the menu at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (April 6) with the staging of the annual Blues vs Maroons Demolition Derby. Can the mighty Maroons leave the Blues busted and broken? In addition to the crash and bash action of the Demolition Derby, race fans will gorge on a feast of motorsport entertainment that includes round 14 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship and round 10 of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship, plus Formula 500s, AMCA Nationals, Modlites and Lightning Sprints, while those with a penchant for pyrotechnics will delight in a spectacular fireworks show.
  • It took just two race meetings back from illness for Bryan Mann to achieve what so few have been able to this season, racing to a feature race win to take out round 13 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (March 23). In what was a superb spectacle, Manns win was perhaps overshadowed by a stunning run from Luke Oldfield that ultimately produced no result but drew boisterous approval from those fans fortunate enough to witness his heroics. In a race that delivered many memorable performances, previous round winner Lachlan McHugh charged from 13th to finish second ahead of Randy Morgan, Andrew Scheuerle and Brent Kratzmann.
  • Despite the fact that more than 50 drivers have taken part in the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship across 12 rounds so far this season, only five drivers have found their way to victory lane. It is remarkable that so few drivers have been able to deliver a feature-race winning performance and time is running out for those hoping to join this elite group with only four more rounds remaining, the first of which is this Saturday night (March 23). With 29 drivers converging on Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway for round 13, and 25 of these still desperate to finagle their first win of the year, expect a new level of intensity when the cars hit the track. Although Dirt Modifieds have been removed from the program due to a lack of nominations, there will still be plenty of supporting action courtesy of Compact Speedcars, Modlites, Formula 500 Juniors and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • Back home from his World Series travels, Lachlan McHugh delivered a timely reminder of his considerable capabilities when he stormed to victory in round 12 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (March 9). Luke Oldfield finished in second spot, with a late-race restart enabling Kevin Titman to climb into third place ahead of Peter Lack and Ben Hilder. Australian champion Andrew Scheuerle led most of the race before succumbing to McHugh on lap 23 and then crashing out following contact with a lapped car.
  • Andrew Scheuerle and Luke Oldfield have dominated the results thus far in the 2018/2019 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship and the two will continue their championship battle this Saturday night (March 9) in round 12 at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. However, with a few notable additions to the field this weekend, the series leaders face a formidable challenge in maintaining their run of success. Making his first appearance for the season, former track championship winner Bryan Mann will be primed for a big night, while Lachlan McHugh returns from World Series commitments as the only other driver aside from Scheuerle, Oldfield and American superstar Donny Schatz to have won multiple feature races at Archerfield so far this season.
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