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  • Following a decision to team up this season, co car owners Grant Stansfield and Paul Robilliard have well and truly exceeded expectations in what was Stansfield’s maiden season in 410 Sprintcars.
  • The end is nigh. After 15 rounds of racing since it kicked off in September, the 2017/2018 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship wraps up this Saturday night (May 26) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway with Andrew Scheuerle poised to reclaim the title. Also on the program this weekend is the final round of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship and the final round of the KRE Race Engines Formula 500 Championship Series, along with Compact Speedcars, Fireworks and the chaos and carnage of the Caravan, Boat and Dunny Derby.
  • Darwin Sprintcar Titles will headline round 3 of racing at 7MATE Northline Speedway this Saturday Night, 26th of May. Benny Atkinson Jnr will make his Sprintcar career debut on the dirt track and what a way to celebrate his recent 16th birthday. The Atkinson Family name is well known in the Australian Sprintcar scene and Benny Jnr will have all the experience of his father in his corner.
  • Jamie Veal has nominated the SWI Racing V35 machine for the Chariots of Thunder series set to commence 17th of August. It was 12 years ago Veal turned his first lap around 7mate Northline speedway in the PCR, Ken Veal outfit days. In fact, it was the first race of Jamie Veal’s career.
  • After what was a pleasing 2017-18 season campaign with team driver Jamie Veal, the Krikke Motorsport team and Veal would like to officially announce that they will be parting ways ahead of next season.
  • After many years of speedway racing, Shaun Dobson has announced that he is taking a break away from the sport.
  • The World of Outlaws is without a shadow of a doubt the toughest Sprintcar competition on the planet, and Australian driver Andy Caruana is set to make his return to America later this year and plans to tackle the WoO competition.
  • Luke Oldfield was absolutely unstoppable at Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night as he sailed to victory in Round 15 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Oldfield started the race back in sixth after an incident in an earlier heat briefly slowed his progress, but once the lights went green to get the eighteen-car A-Main field underway, Oldfield had a single focus. Weaving his way past the opposition, Oldfield made his way into third in just eight laps, before setting his sights on Michael Saller and Ben Hilder, displacing both drivers and taking control of the race just four laps later, racing underneath early leader Hilder as they rounded turn four with eighteen laps still to run. Once in front, Oldfield immediately started opening a comfortable margin, weaving his way past the back markers, patiently waiting for the right opportunities to slip through the traffic, and driving with a determination that let nothing and no one stand in his way. Luke Oldfield went on to take the win, snaring some much needed series points, and, with double points on the line, setting us up for a truly epic finale next weekend. Ben Hilder led the first twelve laps of the A-Main last night, and looked very comfortable out in front until Oldfield arrived on the scene to deny him his first Sprintcar feature win. Hilder is not one for theatrics, he gets in and gets the job done, quietly, looking after the Q95 Motorguard Motorsport racer and, particularly this season, has developed a consistency that sees him well inside the top five in the track championship. Whilst Oldfield denied him a win last night, Hilder crossed the line in second, securing his first podium result in the Q95 car and beating the hard-charging duo of Bryan Mann and Cody Maroske across the line. Mann, who quick timed in qualifying earlier in the night, finished third to complete the podium, while Maroske and Michael Saller completed the top five.
  • Refusing to surrender his title without a fight, Luke Oldfield scorched to victory in round 15 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 19). Recovering from a setback earlier in the night that left his #17 Mud Buddy mount with a ruptured fuel tank, Oldfield advanced from position six to deny Ben Hilder a maiden feature race win, with Bryan Mann surviving several challenges to secure third ahead of Cody Maroske and Michael Saller, with series leader Andrew Scheuerle snaring sixth.
  • It was a case of fourth time’s the charm for Shane Steenholdt, who this season managed to take out the overall VSA Sprintcars Club Championship point score, after knocking on the door for the past three seasons.
  • Anointed top dog of the sunshine state Sprintcar scene as a result of his win in the Queensland Championship less than two weeks ago, Mitchell Gee returns to the scene of his state title triumph this weekend to contest the penultimate round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship on Saturday night (May 19) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. With the state title trophy safely in his keeping, Gee now has his sights set on chasing down current leader Andrew Scheuerle in a bid to win the ultimate double by also snaring the track championship crown. The Sprintcar showdown is part of another huge Archerfield program that will also feature the Wingless Sprint 50-lapper and the final round of the Shock Absorber Therapy AMCA Nationals Track Championship, plus Modlites, Late Models and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • An opportunity has risen to run the Quit Bunbury Speedway from next season. Expressions of interest are now open for interested people/businesses who would like to purchase the contract to run the Bunbury Speedway for the 2018-19 financial year onwards.
  • With a dozen race meetings under her belt during her debut season in 360 Sprintcars, teenager Cheian Perrett is gaining a wealth of knowledge during her introduction to the class and is continuing to build her race craft with the assistance of some experienced individuals.
  • With the off season well under the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series has had a chance to look back on the past 11 seasons and what has been achieved since their conception back in 2007-08.
  • In an epic Queensland Sprintcar Championship final at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Sunday night (May 6), Mitchell Gee withstood the very best efforts of Luke Oldfield to secure the biggest win of his burgeoning career. The final stages of the event were outstanding as Gee and Oldfield swapped the lead before a late restart provided Gee sufficient respite to consolidate his position and race to the chequer for a stunning win. Gracious in defeat, Oldfield was his typically bullish self throughout the 35-lap race, running the highline to great effect as he advanced from position 10. Bryan Mann snatched third from Andrew Scheuerle in the closing stages, while Jayden Peacock finished fifth.
  • Mitchell Gee won the 2018 Queensland Sprintcar Title at Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway last night after a truly EPIC battle for the lead. Gee took control of the race from early leader Ryan Jones while the pair were navigating lapped traffic, and then fiercely defended his lead from a hard-charging Luke Oldfield. Oldfield and Gee exchanged the lead back forth numerous times in lapped traffic, putting on a completely captivating show as neither driver held anything back. The skill and professionalism shown by both drivers, as they fought each other for the Queensland Title, and the respect they showed each other, and the lapped traffic, meant that both drivers more than deserved the win. But, there can only be one Queensland Champion and this year that is Mitchell Gee. Luke Oldfield crossed the line in second while Bryan Mann, who had spent a significant portion of the race in second, faded to fourth, but made his way back around Andrew Scheuerle on a restart, two laps from the chequered flag, to snare third. Andrew Scheuerle, who for a number of laps challenged both Oldfield and Gee for the lead when they both got caught up behind a lapped car, crossed the line in fourth while Jayden Peacock rounded out the top five.
  • Last night Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway played host to night one of the 2017-2018 Queensland Sprintcar Title, with thirty-one Sprintcars set to battle it out. It was a somewhat unusual night at the Speedway, with Lachlan McHugh and Luke Oldfield some of the early casualties, but in the end it was Ryan Jones from South Australia who upstaged the locals and got the win the Preliminary A-Main. Jones had been strong all night, qualifying inside the top five before claiming a win and a fourth in his heats to place him highest on points going into the main race for the night. Jones started from pole position in the twenty-lap Preliminary Feature, before quickly securing the lead, and, twenty-laps later, the win. The battle raged behind him though, with Jayden Peacock running in second for most of the race with Michael Saller and Andrew Scheuerle close behind. Scheuerle was magnificent, focused and determined, the Ausdeck Patios Q25 racer boldly running the top, relentlessly working the top side as he tried to find a way around Saller, before turning his attention to Peacock. The battle between Peacock and Scheuerle was phenomenal, with Scheuerle eventually getting around the outside of Peacock with only a few laps to go. Andrew Scheuerle finished second with Jayden Peacock crossing the line in third to round out the Preliminary A-Main podium. Michael Saller and Peter Lack rounded out the top five, while Mark Pholi, who finished sixth, worked his way forward after starting from position twelve, showing incredible speed and challenging Lack for fifth late in the race.
  • Interstate drivers dominated at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 5) with NSWs Matt Smith outpacing and outlasting an international field to win the American Tire and Racing Services Jim Holden Memorial Midget 50-lap feature race, while South Australias Ryan Jones proved too strong in the Queensland Sprintcar Championship Preliminary feature. On a night that produced misfortune and marvellous moments in equal measure, it was Scott Farmer and Rusty Whitaker who filled the minor placings in the Midget main, with Andrew Scheuerle and Jayden Peacock doing likewise in the Sprintcar feature.
  • The Chariots of Thunder team is excited to announce our commentary team for 2018. The likes of Ben Bishop, Matt Naulty, Wade Aunger and local vocals of Teagan Peck and Matt Cavanagh will feature of the 4 nights.
  • The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series are pleased to announce their proposed schedule for the upcoming 12th season.
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