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  • With the Victorian Governments announcement of easing restrictions on the weekend we are excited to announce that Blue Ribbon Raceway will be holding their opening race meeting on December 5th. This date was originally a scheduled Series round we have been invited by the club to be a part of their opening show. While the venue must run under certain conditions, with limited spectators and with Covid restrictions in place they are still keen to get the Speedway season up and running. “I can’t tell you how excited I was when I spoke to the Clubs Vice President and we will work with them to make this event successful. We need to start racing so people don’t lose interest in our sport. We need to give our drivers an opportunity to get their cars out of the sheds and get life back to some normality. Drivers were equally as excited when I approached them about the possibility of running.” says Mandy Searle.
  • Sprintcars Queensland headed to Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway last night for Rumble on the Mountain and what a night of Sprintcar racing it was. The main race started with a breath-taking battle for the race lead between Brent Kratzmann and Luke Oldfield, the pair exchanging positions back and forth relentlessly for several laps before Kratzmann settled into the race lead, only for Lachlan McHugh and Cody Maroske to join the fight, displacing both Oldfield and Kratzmann and going on to have their own intense battle for control of the race. The racing was brilliant, with an elated Cody Maroske getting the win at the conclusion of the thirty-lap affair and Lachlan McHugh forced to settle for second. Mitchell Gee managed to finish third and round out the podium, while early leader Brent Kratzmann crossed the line in fourth ahead of an impressive Tim Farrell who rounded out the top five, having made his way ahead of Luke Oldfield before the fall of the chequered flag.
  • Kodee Brown would be left frustrated with his performance at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night, despite picking up third place for the second event in a row.
  • Kodee Brown will be part of a strong field of Late Model drivers, to take part in the King of Kwinana on Saturday night at the Perth Motorplex.
  • With new restrictions affecting Community Sport in South Australia as of midnight last night due to the recent Covid-19 outbreak, Murray Bridge Speedway wishes to advise that our next planned race meeting on Saturday, December 5th will still be going ahead at this stage.
  • Lachlan McHugh was nothing short of sensational at Archerfield Speedway last night as he raced to his fifth victory in six starts so far this season, racing essentially unchallenged to the chequered flag in the main event. It looked almost effortless for McHugh as he quickly opened a sizable and unassailable lead on each restart before weaving his way past the back markers after only a few laps. Cody Maroske ran a solid second for the first third of the race, but got caught up with a lapped car and ended up out of contention, handing second to Luke Oldfield. Oldfield, having already finished second on five occasions this season, had nothing for McHugh but seemed very much on track to secure his sixth consecutive second until Callum Walker closed in as they navigated lapped traffic and began challenging Oldfield for position. Walker slid underneath Oldfield, only for Oldfield to return serve almost immediately with a caution following only moments later, handing second back to the Walker for the restart. Walker crossed the line in second with Oldfield relegated to third, while Mitchell Gee secured fourth ahead of Kevin Titman. Brent Kratzmann ran a solid sixth as they raced closer to the chequered flag, embroiled in a race-long battle with Aaron Kelly, with Kelly eventually getting up the inside of Kratzmann, the pair racing side-by-side across the line, with Kelly beating Kratzmann to the line by just 0.028 seconds.
  • Lachlan McHugh continued his remarkable run of form with an all-the-way win in round two of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 14), securing his fifth feature race win for the season. Just as it looked as though Luke Oldfield was on track to finish runner-up for the sixth time in a row, Callum Walker had other ideas and pushed Oldfield back to third to secure his first podium result of the season. Mitchell Gee also secured his best result for the season thus far with a strong run into fourth spot, while defending track champion Aaron Kelly finished two spots back in sixth.
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  • The auction for the Kyle Larson Signed Race Suit has come to an end with the winning bid of $5,000.00 belonging to Steve and Dee-Ann Caunt, Fire Service Plus!
  • Over the past two weeks Wingless Sprints SA have hosted two club shows with the first at the Whyalla Speedway on October 31 quickly followed by another at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on November 7.
  • Only 24 hours remain in the Auction for Kyle Larson's signed NASCAR Fire Suit!
  • Fans of open wheel racing have more than 100 reasons to make Archerfield Speedway their destination of choice this Saturday night (November 14) when round two of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship headlines a huge night of dirt track open wheel action. The show will also feature round three of the TFH Midget Series and round two of the Done Right Paint Worx Formula 500 Series, along with club championship rounds for Wingless Sprints and Lightning Sprints and the biggest field ever of Formula 500 Juniors. In fact, the pits will be bursting with more than 100 competitors, including several from interstate who, in light of the fact that racing is yet to resume southern regions, are heading north to satiate their competition cravings.
  • After a year away from the driver seat Brad Keller made a triumphant return to racing with an all the way win at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in only his second start back. Following a heat win and a second placing in his heats Keller started on the pole and then went on to dominate the A-Main, in what was Round 2 of the Sprintcars SA Tri-Series.
  • Victorian veteran Michael Nicola turned back the clock at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 7), leading throughout the 30-lap feature race to win the opening round of the McCosker Super Sedan Series in emphatic fashion. The three-time national champion qualified on pole position for the feature event and followed up with a faultless drive to finish ahead of Sam Roza and current national titleholder Darren Kane, who advanced from the fourth row of the grid to secure third in advance of Sean Black and Gavin Northfield.
  • After a mixed bag of results in their 2020-21 season debut during last Saturday night’s opening Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series round at the Perth Motorplex, the Harding Racing team, which is represented by Daniel Harding and Trevor Jolly, remain excited about the rest of the season ahead. Despi
  • In support of the Sprintcars last Saturday night at the Whyalla Speedway was an all open wheeled program including the 2019/20 South Australian Formula 500 Championship, Round 1 of the V6 Sprint Tri-Series and Wingless Sprints.
  • If speedway sedans are what you favour, then Archerfield Speedway is the place to be this Saturday night (November 7) when Super Sedans emerge from eight months of hibernation to contest the opening round of their McCosker Championship Series. On what is shaping to be a huge night of tin top action, Open Sedans, Late Models and Junior Sedans will also feature on the program, along with Modlites, Stockcars and Compact Speedcars, swelling the pits once again with more than 100 competitors overall. Not surprisingly given the extended off-season that teams have enjoyed/endured, the Super Sedan entry list suggests a field that will be the strongest opening round line-up presented for quite some time, with current and four-time Australian champion Darren Kane taking on 24 other competitors from across Queensland and interstate.
  • Wednesday Morning Update: With a bit over a week remaining (Bidding Closes at 3pm on Friday November 13, 2020) the current bid for the signed Kyle Larson NASCAR Race Suit still stands at $5,000.00.

    Has it blown all other interested parties out of the water or are they keeping their powder

  • The 53rd WA Super Sedan Title will be held this Saturday night at Attwell Park, Albany, with a strong field of drivers entered, to contest the 2019/2020 Title, held over from last season due to Covid-19.
  • Last Saturday night Matt Egel rose to the occasion at the Whyalla Speedway as he parked the Brown Family owned / Whyalla Earthworks Racing #52 in Victory Lane on home turf after running down Ryan Jones to secure the Steel City Sprintcar Cup. It was the second time in succession that the locally based team had won in Whyalla following Lachlan McHugh’s victory in the South Australian Title back in March.
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