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  • As the saying goes, there is no I in team, and that was certainly the case when it comes to summing up American Brock Zearfoss’s successful WA Speedweek Series campaign with renowned Western Australian-based car owner Sean Carren.
  • The Bairnsdale Speedway Association on January the 30th will play host to one of the longest running traditional Speedway events held in Victoria. For over thirty years the ‘King of the Rock’ has been held at what used to be ‘Granite Rock Speedway’ before reverting to the current day Bairnsdale Speedway.
  • Nyora Raceway South Gippsland’s home of Motorsport defied the elements on Saturday night when they worked through terribly cold wind and the fleeting rain to complete a complete race meeting for its motorsport hungry fans. Six winners were determined through the night amongst them Damon Ingram from Warragul and Mark Miles from Pakenham, plus a first ever feature race win to Sharlotte McPherson and a first adult age career feature win for Courtney Meakins.
  • Sprintcars returned to Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba last night for the final night of the Sprintcar State's Series QLD/NSW: Super Sevens Series, with Marcus Dumesny snaring the win in a thrilling and action-packed main event, with Jayden Peacock and Randy Morgan joining him on the podium. Lachlan McHugh and Luke Oldfield rounded out the top five place getters last night, both racing forward from the rear of the A-Main field, with just thirty-five laps to use to get to the front. Lachlan McHugh also wrapped up the Sprintcar State's Series QLD/NSW: Super Sevens Series, taking the overall win ahead of Marcus Dumesny and Luke Oldfield with Cody Maroske and Ryan McNamara completing the top five in the series.
  • Avalon Raceway Release their official Nominations for the Presidents Cup
  • The 35 lap $5,000 to win ‘Battle at the Bullring’ also doubles as round 5 of the ‘Sprintcar Super Series’ a 7 round series which will be run across the states of Victoria and South Australia.
  • Brenten Farrer began his 2021 Sprintcar season in fine style as he charged to a third placed finish in the Col Beasley Classic at the Timmis Speedway at Mildura, an event that doubled as the opening round of the Australian 360ci Sprintcar Allstars Series.
  • Continuing his domination of the Queensland Sprintcar season, Lachlan McHugh triumphed again at Archerfield Speedway on Wednesday night (January 13), scoring yet another feature race victory in round four of the Speedway Australia Super Seven Series presented by Titan Garages. McHugh led early, was demoted momentarily before regaining the ascendancy to claim his third consecutive Super Seven Series feature race and his eighth win from ten feature race starts at Archerfield so far this season. For so much of the night, Luke Oldfield was on track to make his return to victory lane, only to again find a win agonisingly out of reach, leaving him to settle for second place once more, his seventh podium result of the season. A last gasp all-or-nothing lunge from Nicholas Whell in the final metres of the 35-lap race propelled him to his best ever feature race finish in third place, pushing Ryan McNamara back to fourth, with a season-best result from Dave Fanning in fifth.
  • The potential for the South West Conveyancing Fifty for 50 weekend entry list to crack the 60-car mark is very real with a more entries having been confirmed in recent days as ticket sales for the event continue in an equally as steady manner.
  • The competition gets tougher - Molly & Peskta have joined in.
  • Despite a mixed run throughout the WA Speedweek Series, Dayne Kingshott was still able to produce his season-best performance for the Krikke Motorsport team over the weekend at the Perth Motorplex with the duo’s second podium finish of their 2020-21 season campaign.
  • The Christmas-New Year period produced two action-packed race meetings at Hession’s Auto Parts Grafton Speedway, and it saw the results of the headlining act of the V8 Dirt Modifieds going the way of local Joshua Rose and interstate visitor Todd Hobson.
  • Fresh off the news that JMac is competing at the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge two other heavy hitters have also nominated for the show.
  • South Gippsland’s Nyora Raceway will play host to the latest Gippsland Speedway meeting this Saturday night from 5pm with all the club’s regular classes gunning for club points and the trophies at the end of the night on offer. Sports Sedan’s, Junior Sedans, Standard Saloons for Men and Women will provide the entertainment with around one hundred competitors entered to compete.
  • Yes you did hear it first directly from Monte Motorsport Team that their first race on the east coast will be the Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway All Star Challenge. JMac is swapping his 410 for a 360 for possibly a one off occasion to run the prestigious event and try to pick up a cool $10K along the way.
  • Night one of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star season started on a high for Team Hickman with the young gun taking out a Heat win, Top 6 Shoot Out and Col Beasley Classic.
  • On what was a post card perfect night for Racing after a very warm and sunny Warrnambool afternoon, it was Luke Weel who held off all comers in the Wingless Sprint Summer Slam Series A-Main, while new track records were set in the Speedcar 15 lap final and the Formula 500 six lap dash!
  • It’s Race Day Sunday at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool with our Annual Open Wheel Mayhem Night featuring Wingless Sprints, Formula 500’s and Speedcars set to be unleashed from 5pm this afternoon.
  • Tickets are now available via www.premierspeedway.com.au for Premier Speedway’s Fifty for 50 weekend as presented by South West Conveyancing.
  • Former Australian 360ci Sprintcar Allstars Champion Brenten Farrer will return to the series fulltime this season behind the wheel of his #34 Frijtek/ Porkers Transport Maxim and with the 2021 edition beginning this Saturday night at the Timmis Speedway in Mildura. Due to the forced break the event will be his first Sprintcar race since March last year. For Farrer the track holds great memories having won the series finale in 2019 and he will be hoping for something similar during the Col Beasley Memorial this weekend, a race that is one of the most prestigious on the Allstars calendar.
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