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  • The ANZAC Day Weekend will see a massive two nights of high class racing as the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as it hosts the 2015 Australian AMCA Nationals Championship. The two night event has attracted the best drivers from across the Nation to the Kennett Road riverview venue, with over 40 drivers currently nominated including a whole host of current and previous State and Australian Champions.

    Leading the entry list, that includes drivers from every Australian State, is current Australian Champion Ryan Alexander, who will be making a welcomed return to the class after spending the last 12 months competing in the Super Sedan ranks. Despite his lack of recent seat time in the Holden V8 powered class he will be one to watch as he attempts to defend the Title he won in Tasmania last season.

    But he will have to contend with one of the strongest Australian AMCA National Championship fields in several years including the likes of duel Champion Mark Lincoln, former South Australian Champion Jamie Collins, who won his State Title at Murray Bridge in 2014, NT Champion Nick Stubbs, Victorian Tim Reidy, Queensland duo Matt and Russ Hardy, Mildura Darren McCarthy and New South Wales speedster Shane Newstead.

    But the interstate contingent will also have a strong local line-up who will be out to defend their home turf and you bet that the likes of Mick Brougham, Brian Chadwick, Danny Prade, Steve Letts, Wayne Vickers and Mick Sharpe will all be racing hard to keep the Title in South Australia.

    Night 1 of the Championship, to be held on Saturday April 25, will consist of 12 heat races for the AMCA National Australian Championship along with a strong support card that will include the opening night of the Murray Bridge Junior Sedan Championship, the South Australian Lightning Sprints Championship and Super Sedans.

    The Junior Sedan Title, which will be run over both nights (Saturday and Sunday), has attracted a field of 21 drivers with drivers from across South Australia and Northern Territory expected to compete while the Lightning Sprint Championship event will see 12 drivers in action.

    The Lightning Sprint Championship is expected to be a shootout between former Champion Nick Hall and last start Murray Bridge feature winner Mark Brown. The Super Sedan numbers are slightly down with 8 nominations but there is still immense quality with Michael Miller, Paul Blenkiron, Russ and Gil Worthley and Robbie Marchant all set to contend for the A-main victory.

    Night 2 of the weekend will see an early start to the Sunday meeting with a 3pm start with a further four heats for the AMCA Nationals before the C, B and the Championship A-Main are run. The Junior Sedans will be back for their second night of competition while the program will also include Wingless Sprints and Street Stocks.

    Any one in town for the Campervan and Motorhome Club of Australia rally are advised that free sites are available in the top general admission car park, overlooking the river.

    SATURDAY 25 APRIL - Public gates open 3.30pm, wheel packing / hotlaps at 4.30pm with racing 5.00pm.

    Adults $20 Concession $15 12 to 15 years $10 11 & under FREE

    SUNDAY 26 APRIL - Public gates open 2.00pm, wheel packing / hotlaps 2.30pm with racing at 3.00pm

    Adults $20 Concession $15 12 to 15 years $10 11 & under FREE
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