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  • With one of the biggest fields seen in the last few years the Albany Speedway Club will honour one of their founding members with the Noel Pearson Memorial this Saturday Night
  • The third round of the 2019/2020 Tasmanian Street Stock Series will be contested this Saturday Night at Australia's most southern motor racing facility the Solo Hobart Speedway.
  • The third round of the JSRA Metro Series gets underway this Saturday night at the Perth Motorplex as drivers compete in the City of Kwinana Cup!
  • Nyora Speedway will gear up for the Victorian Modified Promotions Association Series invasion this Saturday night, November 23rd.
  • The NSW Speedcar Association has launched a new albeit old school initiative for this Saturday night’s CEJN Pty Ltd Spring Speedcar Spectacular that will see the A-Main pole sitter start one lap down.
  • Warrnambool's Darren Mollenoyux holds a narrow six point lead after the second round of the Parr Motorsport Premier Speedway Sprintcar Track Premiership as held last Saturday night.
  • The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series heads to Mt Gambier’s Borderline Speedway this weekend for round four of the Series with yet another top class field of nominations received with last round winner James McFadden heading the list that also includes the current Eureka Series Champion Corey McCullagh and other past Series Champions Brett Milburn, John Vogels and Mike Van Bremen.
  • One of the most popular classes in Australia, the Modified Sedans return to Nyora this Saturday night and the class has a long list of local competitors in amongst the field which includes the current Australian champion Kye Walters from the Geelong area and the last Modified Sedan event winner at Nyora Jake Drewett down from Mildura.
  • This Saturday night a large field of Sprintcars have nominated to attend a Victorian Sprintcar Association points night attracting eighteen cars, whilst the Standard Saloons with their Bairnsdale 400 mini feature event and the Junior Standard Saloons with their Boost to Drive feature are also featured.
  • Finally.
  • Round 3 of the Steering & Suspension Warehouse Toowoomba Modified Sedan Club Championship that doubles as the $3,000 to win PS Designer Homes Pink Night Shootout has attracted an impressive field of 35 drivers.
  • Young Victorian speedster Jordan Rae has started his 2019/20 speedway season with a podium at one of Australia’s most prestigious F500 races, The Jack Willsher Cup, held at Premier Speedway.
  • Glenn Carstairs has tonight shown once again that he is a force to be reckoned with as he claimed his second feature win from as many starts at the Perth Motorplex.
  • The 2020 IBRP Kings Royal was already going to be huge, but today the club can confirm the giant video big screen will return to Kingaroy for the upcoming IBRP Kings Royal. In addition to this, for fans unable to attend the event, will be able to watch it live via Clay Per View.
  • Sean Black has taken out the main event during Round Three of the 2019/2020 McCosker Super Sedan Series held at the Rockhampton Showgrounds on Saturday Night.
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  • With their 2019-20 season campaign soon set to begin, the Krikke Motorsport team is pleased to announce their full season schedule, which will once again consist of the World Series Sprintcar (WSS) Championship, along with multiple other marquee events.
  • Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal joined his Father Ken as a Victorian Sprintcar Champion as he put an end to the Title reign of David Murcott at the Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway at Warrnambool on what was a bitterly cold evening. After starting from position two alongside Murcott, the pair traded slide jobs on the opening lap before Veal made the decisive move on lap nine and from that point he was never headed, although he was challenged in lapped traffic by eventual third placed Darren Mollenoyux.
  • Night one of the season started off well for V29 Michael Tancredi time trialling in the top 5, picking up a heat win and locking in his first A Main for the season in the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series.
  • In a race that delivered action, drama and antagonism aplenty, it was Mitchell Gee who emerged victorious in round four of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 16). Starting from the outside front row on a track that offered multiple racing lines, Gee led all but one of the 30 laps, initially establishing a sizeable lead before a series of restarts brought him back to the field. Securing his first podium result since stepping into Sprintcars, Aaron Kelly took every advantage of the opportunities that presented themselves to snare a runner-up result, with Kevin Titman finishing third by the barest of margins to consolidate his place atop the championship standings. A battle-scarred Ryan McNamara finished fourth, while a topsy-turvy night for Callum Walker eventually resulted in a fifth-place finish.
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