This Saturday night at the Goulburn Speedway, the inaugural BloorRail Infrastructure Super Sedan Rumble will be held, with a prize purse of $15000 on offer, including $5000 to the winner.
The event has attracted drivers from South Australia, Queensland and Victoria to join the New South Wales contingent, which ensures the event will be one not to be missed.
Matty Pascoe from Queensland will be making the trek to Goulburn where he was successful last season, one of his fifteen A Main victories.
Joining Pascoe will be Ryan Alexander, who recently finished second in the rain-delayed South Australia Super Sedan Title and has showed great car speed in the early part of the season.
Queensland based Sam Roza has been competing in the Victorian Super Sedan Series in recent weeks, and has also been prominent, and is sure to be prominent on Saturday night, along with fellow Queenslander, Trent Wilson. Five times Victorian Champion Lucas Roberts is also entered, as is fellow Victorian Adam Box.
Goulburn President, Paul Kranitis and son Kurt are also in the field, along with fellow Father and son combination Daryl and Tyson Moon, with Andrew White and Darren Anning being two of the New South Wales drivers who should take it right up to the Interstate drivers.
Based in Kiama on the south coast of NSW, Bloor Rail Infrastructure offers innovative and versatile management solutions to the rail and civil industries. To find out more, visit their website at www.bloorrail.com.au
Racing commences at 6.00pm EDST
Super Sedans (19)
V0 Lucas Roberts N1 Matty Pascoe N7 Wayne Dick N7 Mark Sommers N8 Glen Stoddard N10 Ian Neilson N14 Mark Towers ACT18 Scott Haynes N19 Wade Carter N21 Darren Anning N23 Andrew White VI25 Adam Box Q44 Trent Wilson N47 Daryl Moon S47 Ryan Alexander N56 Kurt Kranitis N57 Paul Kranitis N57 Tyson Moon Q77 Sam Roza
Photo: Lucas Roberts Photo courtesy of Shayne T Wright