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  • The Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Champion of 2011 and 2013 and the recently Crowned 2018-19 World Series Sprintcars Speedweek Champion, Steven Lines, is locked in for a tilt at a third Classic Crown.

    Lines is now amongst a field that has grown to in excess of 80 cars as the countdown to the 47th running of the South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic enters its final two weeks.

    Lines, who claimed the opening night of Speedweek with a win at Murray Bridge in South Australia, narrowly held off current Australian Champion Madsen for the Speedweek Crown in the dying laps of Tuesday’s 35 finale at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool.

    Already this season Lines’ form at Premier Speedway has been impressive, with four starts yielding him two third place finishes, a fourth and a sixth, thus ranking him as one of the genuine chances for Classic success.

    Having previously claimed victories for Monte Motorsport and Hall’s Motorsport, Lines now has the drive for Queensland’s Dave Horrell with popular Crew Chief Dave Sharman by his side.

    The teams tilt at a Maiden Classic win for Horrell will be supported by MSM Scrap Metal, East Coast Logistics, Clarend Transport and Grow Systems Australia.

    Lines finished 5th in the 2018 Classic.

    Young Western Australian James Inglis was a driver that caught the eye of many good judges over the Speedweek period and he will return for the Classic aboard the LJS Equipment, Mech Tech, Holdfast, BLG Transport, Waremac, Earth and Water, GKR Transport and Darkhorse Design W80 Maxim.

    Inglis will be joined in the field by South Australia’s Brendan Guerin who will again campaign the Maxwill powered S96 Maxim for Century Batteries, Hi-Tec Oils, 7 Day Spares, Fast Print Studio and Mocare Australia.

    Travelling from Wyong, NSW will be Kyle Angel who will form part of a three-car team with Alex Orr and Peter O’Neill for their run at the Classic.

    Angel will be at the wheel of the NS27 entry with support from Angel’s Roofing Accessories and Grants Performance. It will be his debut appearance at the Classic.

    Victorian Jarrod Woolstencroft rounds out the latest batch of entries as he prepares to wheel the Cabworx Kitchens, Vapour Chassis, RTS Australia backed V38 around his home track.

    The 2019 47th edition of the South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic will be supported by the following sponsors; Performance Racegear, KRE Race Engines, GJ Gardner Homes, The Lady Bay Resort and KFC.

    Copies of the 2019 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic entry form have been forwarded to the 2018 entrants while a PDF version is available for download from the Premier Speedway website www.premierspeedway.com.au. Pre-Entries are due to close off on January 7.

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