Kaiden Manders has powered the #60 J&S Drilling Sprintcar to feature race wins on both nights of the 360 Sprintcar Power Series at the Esperance Speedway. On Saturday evening he won his first heat race by 2.45 seconds, setting the fastest time in the event (12.621 seconds). Manders raced from position 7 to finish 2nd in his next outing. He won the Gold Shootout - for the four highest pointscorers - with a time of 13.607 seconds and started from the pole position in the 25-lap Main Event. Manders led every lap of the feature race, and crossed the line 3.256 seconds clear of the opposition. On the following night he finished 4th and 1st in the heat races, which put him 3rd on points. Then he won the Gold Shootout and the feature race. Manders is the current Australian 360 Sprintcar Champion and will defend his title at the Kalgoorlie Speedway in March. He has this to say after the weekend - "It was a great weekend's racing for us. We really got the car dialed in for the National title in Kalgoorlie. There are still some things for me to work on personally with my driving but overall we have a very strong package. A huge thanks to everybody at the Esperance Speedway and everyone who made the trip up to come and watch us. It was an awesome event."
The J&S Drilling W60 team wish to acknowledge the support of their loyal sponsors who enable us to keep on racing. Many thanks to – Non Stop 24hr Fitness, Neptune Skip Bins, PJW Haulage, S&J Excavations, Cowara Contractors, Dicker Speed Shoppe, Gold's Gym, NT Plumbing Maintenance Service, JAK Civil, Horrell Motorsport. Press Release Prepared for J&S Drilling by Ken Brown (0421173271)