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  • Ahead of the upcoming 2017-18 season, Grant Anderson is excited to announce that he will be travelling to America in October, where he will be making his 410 Sprintcar racing debut aboard the Maxwell Industries # 81 CS9 machine.
  • The beginning of the South Australian Speedway season is less than a month away with the first official Practice to be held at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday September 9, 2017.
  • After dominating the feature event last night prior to a magneto failure James McFadden bounced back tonight at the 7mate Northline Speedway to win the Pope 65 Bob Ekins Sprintcar Memorial. After securing the pole position after winning the pole shuffle McFadden elected to take the “Pope Challenge”, that paid an extra $4000 if he won, therefore he started the 30-lap final from position 11. As the chequered flag fell he claimed $9000 for his nights work as he defeated Dave Murcott and Ben Atkinson in what was an entertaining A-Main.
  • The 7Mate Northline Speedway held night 2 of 2017 Chariots of Thunder Sprintcar Series tonight with the “Defend the Top End” feature event and that was exactly what they did as the locals ran 1-2 with Chace Karpenko leading home Jason Gebert in the 30-lap finale. Third place went to Geelong racer Domain Ramsay who was extremely impressive in the final running in the second spot until late in the race.
  • Heading into the biggest fortnight of 410 Sprintcar racing in Darwin, Jamie O’Neill couldn’t be happier to announce that Titan Plant Hire has decided to come on board and support him for the remainder of the 2017 season.
  • AMP would like to thank all fans and those interested in AMP for their patience whilst we organize details for this season.
  • Heading into the Knoxville Nationals as the current Knoxville Raceway point leader, Ian Madsen represented well as he locked into the feature after qualifying nights and raced his way to a 10th place finish.
  • Although Lee Redmond was preparing for a big 2017-18 season in 360 Sprintcars, continuing problems with a routine shoulder reconstruction have forced him to re-think his plans, with the Perth, Western Australia-based racer being sidelined for approximately 12 months.
  • The #41 JAK Civil/Cowara Motorsport Team have kicked off their Northern Territory campaign with a fine third placing.
  • Kaiden Manders has kicked off the annual Chariots of Thunder Series at the Northline Speedway in Darwin with a fine second placing.
  • The annual Alexandra Speedway 3 Hour Enduro has been run and won by local Alexandra man Luke Fallon and his team mate from Garfield Brad Warren, the team had looked well on their way to a win with 13 minutes to go before a flat tyre meant Warren had to relinquish a 10 second lead and return to the pits to hand over the Fallon to finish off the job from behind.
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 12, 2017) – Donny Schatz continues to add to his legendary resume at the Knoxville Raceway, as he took his tenth career championship in the 57th Annual 5-hour ENERGY Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores Saturday night at the Knoxville Raceway. It was the tenth win in twelve years for the Fargo, North Dakota driver, and his eighth aboard the Tony Stewart Racing #15. The win was worth $150,000 and added to the stuff of legends for Donny at Knoxville.
  • Victorian Ryan Davis survived an action packed and caution ridden A-Main at the 7Mate Northline Speedway in Darwin to win the shortened Make A Wish Sprintcar Cup. In a race that lasted almost 40 minutes and finished well after mid night Davis never led a lap on his way to his first ever Sprintcar Main event win.
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 11, 2017) – Like an Iowa cyclone, Jason Johnson ambushed the competition Friday at Knoxville Raceway on FVP Night at the 57th Annual Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores. Not only did the Eunice, Louisiana native claim the feature event over 72 cars to lock himself into Saturday night’s $150,000 finale, but he also claimed the Speed Sport World Challenge worth $10,000. The top four finishers claimed spots 17-20 in Saturday’s championship event. Joining Johnson were Logan Schuchart, Aaron Reutzel and Cory Eliason.
  • When we talk about recent seat time and coming into the Chariots of Thunder Series “Race Ready” drivers who immediately spring to mind are current World Series Sprintcars Champion James McFadden and Mitch Wormall. The latter has just flow back into Australia to race in Darwin after racing in America while McFadden will miss the opening show returning just days after contesting the biggest race in the world, the Knoxville Nationals to race next Friday night.
  • For those of you who are craving some dirt track action don’t forget the first of five live events from Darwin’s Northline Speedway will screen tonight (August 12, 2017) on Clay-per-View. The Make-A-Wish Sprintcar Cup, which incorporates the opening night of the Chariots of Thunder Series, has 26 drivers nominated including the likes of Dave Murcott, Ben Atkinson, Adam Clarke, Jason McIver, Tim Van Ginneken, Mitch Wormall and Glen Sutherland.
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 10, 2017) – David Gravel swept Toyota Night #2 at the 57th Annual 5-hour ENERGY Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores Thursday night at Knoxville Raceway. After setting quick time, the Watertown, Connecticut native won his heat and the feature after starting eighth in both events aboard the CJB Motorsports #5. It was the first time for a perfect 500-point score since Steve Kinser did it in 1992. The win was Gravel’s second in his career at Knoxville, paid him $12,000 and set him up on the pole of Saturday’s night’s $150,000 to win championship event.
  • The 2017 Ostojic Chariots of Thunder Series kicks off this Saturday night at the 7Maye Northline Speedway in Darwin with the $10,000 to win Make a Wish Cup. One of the strongest line-ups of 410ci Sprintcars ever seen in Darwin will grace the clay as they attempt to get their series off to the best possible start.
  • This Saturday Night (August 12) will see a huge support program for the Make a Wish Sprintcar Cup at the 7Mate Northline Speedway in Darwin with Wingless Sprints, Junior Sedans, Street Stocks, AMCA Nationals and Go-Karts all scheduled to compete.
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