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  • Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal bounced back after the disappointment of night 1 as he dominated Round 2 of the Chariots of Thunder Sprintcar Series, that incorporated the Tri-Star Cup, at the Northline Speedway in Darwin on Saturday night. After trailing pole sitter Ryan Jones early in the 30-lap final it didn’t take Veal long to work his way into the lead and he was untroubled as he lapped up to sixth position on an extremely slick racetrack.
  • Mount Gambier’s Steven Lines has survived a torrid opening night of the Chariots of Thunder Series at Darwin’s Northline Speedway winning Red Nose Round 1 ahead of Jackson Delamont and Danny Reidy.
  • After the success of last season’s introduction of local club championship series for various divisions that saw an instant increase in car numbers, the Modified Sedans division in Toowoomba is set for a huge season with the return of the Steering & Suspension Warehouse Toowoomba Club Championship Series to be held at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway during the upcoming 2019/20 speedway season.
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  • A new season has led to new developments for 410 Sprintcar outfit Whyalla Earthworks Racing, with the Whyalla, South Australia-based team significantly bolstered ahead of their upcoming Chariots of Thunder campaign at Darwin’s Northline Speedway.
  • Over the next two weekends a strong representation from the “South Aussie Posse” will head north to contest the 2019 Chariots of Thunder Sprintcar Series at the Northline Speedway in Darwin. In all a total of 8 South Australian drivers will compete in the four-night tournament including leading stars such as World Series Sprintcars Champion Steven Lines, Ryan Jones, Matt Egel, Daniel Pestka, Brock Hallett and Glen Sutherland.
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 10, 2019) – In 2017, Connecticut’s David Gravel scored a perfect 500 score at the Knoxville Nationals and was the odds-on favorite heading into Saturday. That race ended for him with mechanical woes. Two years later, the Watertown, Connecticut, driver is the 59th Annual NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores champion! In 2016, Jason Johnson scored a remarkable victory in the same race, and Saturday night, the Jason Johnson Racing #41 team celebrated their second such win in a classic case of a team coming together at the right time.
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 9, 2019) – FVP “Hard Knox” Night lived up to its name Friday at Knoxville Raceway! Kerry Madsen prevailed in the event that saw the top four drivers lock themselves into Saturday night’s 59th Annual NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores $150,000 to win finale. Logan Schuchart, Shane Stewart and Dominic Scelzi joined Madsen, and will start in spots 21-24 in Saturday’s main event.
  • Robbie Farr added yet another State Title to his resume as he captured the 2019 Bens Tree Service Northern Territory Sprintcar Title at Darwin’s Northline Speedway. Farr took the lead shortly after a mid-race caution from early race leader Ryan Jones and from that point he wasn’t headed as he defeated an impressive Danny Reidy and local racer Danny Porter.
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 8, 2019) – Another great night of racing ended at the Knoxville Raceway with Connecticut’s David Gravel in Victory Lane. The driver of the Jason Johnson Racing #41 will start next to Wednesday high-point driver Aaron Reutzel in Saturday’s $150,000 finale of the 59th Annual NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores. Thursday’s Fraternal Order of Eagles Night #2 saw a lot of twists and turns!
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 7, 2019) – Trey Starks picked a great time to win his first ever main event at the Knoxville Raceway! The Puyallup, Washington native held off a strong field at Knoxville Raceway Wednesday to take home the $12,000 Brandt Professional Agriculture Night #1 of the 59th Annual NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores. Aaron Reutzel found himself on top of the point standings, topping the 53-car field with 487 points, ahead of Tim Kaeding (466) and Paul McMahan (465).
  • The clock is ticking and the new Victorian Street Stock Series (VSSS) is fast approaching with a November kick off seeming like it is just a few sleeps away and for business owners a last chance opportunity to be involved is available.
  • This Saturday night August the 10th will see Alexandra Speedway warm up dirt track fans with hot on track action in the annual $2000 to win 3 Hour Enduro for Speedway Sedans headlining the afternoon and early evening event that includes support from some hard charging Junior Sedan racers. Last season’s lap record breaking brothers Damien and Brendan Miller are back to defend in a field full of super combinations.
  • The second of the two winter meetings scheduled for Gillman Speedway, on Saturday 10 August 2019, has been cancelled, again due to a lack of nominations.
  • For the second time in as many years Blake Iwanow has claimed the Tom Green Memorial race for Top Star Junior Sedans while Olivia Smith has bested the rest of the field in the New Star version of the same race.
  • AHR Media recently caught up with Victorian F500 Racer Jordy Rae to reflect on his 2018/19 season.
  • With some massive work by our Liaison Officer Tegan Turacchio, the Formula 500’s Western Australia are today proud to release our 2019/20 season calendar!
  • KNOXVILLE, Iowa (August 3, 2019) – The 29th Annual MyPlace Hotels Knoxville 360 Nationals presented by Great Southern Bank will go down in history as one to remember! Australia’s James McFadden won a battle with Brian Brown that saw five lead changes to cash in on the $15,000 top prize. His win also earned him Rookie of the Year honors and a bonus $500 from sponsors Jetco and Pace Performance. In support action, Evan Epperson won his second career feature with the Pro Sprints presented by Pace Performance.
  • One of Australia’s brightest young Sprintcar stars will embark on a calendar-cramming fifty night race schedule over the 2019-2020 speedway season, traversing the nation between two teams.
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