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  • Last night Adelaide Motorsport Park at Virginia conducted the second of their planned “Fast Friday” events with a Track Championship Round headlined by round 4 of the JD Couriers Super Series – powered by Adelaide Computer Tax Service, the Speedcars and Wingless Sprints.
  • The JSR King of the River final will decided Saturday night at Heartland Speedway, Moama and with 6 teams in contention to win the Crown and the $2000 it will be a thrilling way to finish the mini-series. Only 39 points separate the top 6 and with double points on offer for the final it really is anyone’s crown. 14 teams have contested all rounds the mini-series showing the popularity it has developed.
  • The 2017 410 Australian Sprintcar Championship Nomination pack is now available for competitors.
  • A few key management and marketing roles have been streamlined within the Made Too Go Pty Ltd group of Speedways over the last couple of weeks.
  • The Super Sedans will be back on track tomorrow night with round 4 of the JD Couriers Super Series – powered by Adelaide Computer Tax Services at Adelaide Motorsport Park. South Australian Super Sedan Champion Dave Gartner via his business Gartner Transport, along with Linda Savage at Savage Shots will provide additional support for the event that is expected to see the biggest field of the current season front for action.
  • After being added to the schedule earlier this week the Wingless Sprints will take part in a non-points event this Friday night (December 2) at Adelaide Motorsport Park at Virginia with a field of 11 drivers set to take part despite the late notice. This meeting comes hot on the heels of the Club Show at the Murray Bridge Speedway which saw the South Australian Champion Joel Chadwick capture his first main event win of the season.
  • This weekend Brenten Farrer returns to the Heartland Raceway at Moama for the third time this season to complete what has been a busy stretch of racing that has seen the Frijtek Industrial Refrigeration supported #34 racing for five consecutive weekends taking in events across three different states. The Moama venue has been kind to Farrer this season with a top five result in the opening round of the 410ci SRA Series along with a runner-up finish a fortnight ago in round 2 of the Australian 360ci Allstars Series.
  • Cameron Gessner and the JAK CIVIL #41 Sprintcar contested the annual 'King of the Wings' event at the Perth Motorplex last Saturday evening.
  • “The Big Cat” is on his way back to Australia.
  • After a gap of nearly four weeks Kaiden Manders and the J&S Drilling W60 Sprintcar team contested two meetings in two days at the Perth Motorplex.
  • The season opener at the Quit Bunbury Speedway saw Cameron Gessner notch a well deserved victory for the JAK CIVIL #41 Sprintcar team.
  • Following a promising albeit disappointing debut late last season, Jay Hall has begun his first full season in Speedcars in positive fashion with a fourth-place finish in just his third ever race meeting in the class.
  • Two-time Australian Sprintcar Champion, Dave Murcott is a surprise entry to this weekend’s World Series Sprintcars round at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway.
  • Teaming up with car owner and good friend Grahame Allard after five seasons on the sidelines, Paul Freeman has made a return to Sprintcar racing in the 2016-17 season, and he’s loving every minute of it.
  • Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway is regarded as one of the country’s most daunting speedway tracks; however, Chace Karpenko in last Saturday night’s sixth Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW round managed to come away from his debut at the track with a satisfying performance.
  • The biggest challenge facing Gympie’s Mark Pagel this Saturday night (December 3) in round six of the 2016/2017 Think Money Super Sedan Championship Series might not come from his fellow drivers, but rather from the weight of expectation that he will carry into the event as he heads home to Mothar Mountain Speedway as the championship leader. The partisan Gympie crowd will no doubt have high expectations for a local boy who has already accumulated a string of big wins in his speedway career and now finds himself leading Australia’s premier season-long Super Sedan championship. The Mothar Mountain circuit always produces plenty of action, but Pagel knows the track better than anyone and will draw on his knowledge of the unique layout to chase his third feature race win for the season.
  • A stout field of 22 competitors from Queensland, interstate and overseas will take to the track this Saturday night (December 3) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway to contest round three of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship. Also featuring on another huge double-bill will be Dirt Modifieds who, with their Queensland Championship event washed out last weekend, are obviously keen to get back on track with a field of 20 drivers nominated for the night.
  • After a busy start to the season, another fantastic field of Modified Sedans return to Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba for round four of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Golden Helmet Series this Saturday night alongside World Series Sprintcars.
  • The promotional team at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway is very pleased to announce that East Coast Logistics have signed on as naming rights sponsor of the 2016/2017 Sprintcar Track Championship. As Queensland’s premier Sprintcar competition, the East Coast Logistics Track Championship features the best drivers from throughout Queensland and interstate and the support of East Coast Logistics is a move that is welcomed by the series promoters and the competitors.
  • The 2016 Knoxville Nationals Champion Jason Johnson will return to the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic when the famed event celebrates its 45th running with thanks to Lucas Oil this coming January.
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