Speedway Sedans Australia have today released the field for the National Super Sedan Title to be held at Valvoline Raceway on Friday, 2 March 2018 and Saturday, 3 March 2018.
Thirty nine drivers from every state in Australia have entered for the event, with National Champion, Darren Kane looking to defend his title, that he won last season at Albanys Attwell Park.
Kane will be joined by former National Champions, Callum Harper, Matt Pascoe, Steve Jordan and Mick Nicola, who between them have won ten titles.
Sixteen drivers will represent Queensland, ten drivers have entered from the home state of New South Wales, seven drivers will come from Victoria, while three drivers have entered from Tasmania, with two drivers from South Australia, while Phil Barton will be the lone West Australian representative.
The Parramatta venue last hosted the title in 2003, which was Mick Nicolas third victory, but it is Matty Pascoe from Queensland who has been in red hot form this season, amassing ten victories including six in a row, including the Grand Prix and Grand National, along with the Super Sedan Summer Slam.
Dave Gartner from South Australia recently won the Victorian Title, while his counterpart, Ryan Alexander started on the front row of last years final.
Phil Barton may be the only driver to come from Western Australia, but he proved last season that he was more than competitive, starting on the second row of the National Title field.
New South Wales most credentialed driver, Lachlan Onley heads the New South Wales entrants, having finished second in the National Title, three years in a row between 2012 and 2014.
Callum Harper, the 2016 Champion, is one of three Tasmanians in the field, and continues to dominate domestic racing, with six Feature race wins to his name this season. He will be joined by Corey Smith and Steve Latham, with the latter having competed in many events on the mainland this season.
The field also includes Ash Bergmeier and Brad Wicks from Victoria who have both been in good form, Sean Black from Queensland who won a week ago at Lismore, along with Wayne Randall who has finished third in the National Title on two occasions. Matthew Williams, Leigh Williams and Peter Nicola should also be prominent across the two nights.
A1 Darren Kane V2 Peter Nicola Q3 Matthew Williams V3 Michael Nicola Q4 Leigh Williams V5 Anthony Randall Q6 Wayne Randall N7 Wayne Dick Q7 Grant Shaw T8 Steven Latham SA8 Dave Gartner Q10 Steve Jordan N10 Craig Davis N14 Mark Towers Q15 Matty Pascoe Q15 Gavin Northfield V16 Ash Bergmeier T16 Corey Smith V17 Brad Wicks N17 Lachlan Onley N21 Darren Anning Q22 Dale Christensen T22 Callum Harper V23 Mick Jnr Nicola N23 Andrew White Q24 Jack Childs V24 David Mackenzie Q26 Sean Black Q32 Kyall Fisher N33 Barry Towers W36 Philip Barton Q39 Bob McCosker S47 Ryan Alexander N47 Daryl Moon Q47 Barry Craft Q56 David O'Keeffe N57 Paul Kranitis Q71 Shayne Lau Q76 Ian Brims
Above: Darren Kane in action at Valvoline Raceway earlier this season.