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  • THE Maiolo brothers will be front and centre when the final night of sprintcar racing is held at the Perth Motorplex this Saturday night.
  • "The aim of the night is not to win - it is to say thanks, have fun with my family and mates and then have a party at the end of it."
  • With only one round remaining in the 2016/17 Ultimate Sprintcar Championship Queensland Mitchell Motorsport’s team driver Danny Reidy has climbed his way inside the top three in the overall points chase following a fifth placed run on the Toowoomba high banks last Saturday night. After fighting his way out of the B-Main Reidy charged from position eighteen to eventually finish the main event in fifth.
  • Sprintcar racing returns to Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (April 1) with 30 cars to hit the track for round 13 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. With the previous round producing a sensational feature race win to series leader Andrew Scheuerle, there is going to be desperation and determination aplenty from his series rivals and, with some very interesting additions to the field this week, the scene is set for another superb night of Sprintcar action. Also on a huge program are Formula 500s, Compact Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans, fireworks and the Queensland vs New South Wales Demolition Derby.
  • Robbie Farr’s dominant performance at last Saturday night’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway Toowoomba USC Chase round has seen him leap to the top of the points table as the remaining two rounds loom at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway.
  • With the sun shining high over the venue yesterday twenty-seven sprintcars signed in to Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba for the Ultimate Sprintcar Chase and the second last round of the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship. Luke Oldfield led the USC Points battle heading into the competition and was widely considered the man to beat, but a less than ideal qualifying run saw him languishing deep in the field. A mid-field incident at the start of the A-Main event saw Oldfield, Allan Woods and Andrew Scheuerle all upside down before a lap was completed, with a number of other cars involved. An open red stoppage allowed crews to work feverishly to repair their cars before the race resumed, with Scheuerle and Simon Jupe the only two who failed to make the restart. On the restart Oldfield made his way as high as seventh in only eight laps, before a mechanical issue in the front end slowed his progress. Robbie Farr and Sam Walsh had a truly scintillating battle for control of the race, with Farr initially leading the event before Walsh secured the advantage in lapped traffic. Walsh led for ten laps before Farr regained the lead with six laps to run. Robbie Farr went on to take a hard fought win ahead of Sam Walsh, while Lachlan McHugh crossed the line in third after challenging Farr and Walsh for position late in the race. Bryan Mann, who had a thrilling battle with McHugh earlier in the race, and Danny Reidy rounded out the top five.
  • Jamie Veal took out the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprint Car Series Grand Final feature race last at Premier Speedway while Brett Milburn did enough to secure the Eureka Series Championship for the second season in a row from his nearest rival Tim Van Ginneken by just nine points.
  • Veal Wins The Battle, Milburn Wins The War – Just!
  • After celebrating 10 seasons the year was culminated by a formal Awards night and with a capacity crowd it just highlighted how successful the season had been.
  • The USC Chase is on to Toowoomba!
  • The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series heads to Premier Speedway Warrnambool this weekend for the Series Grand Final with three drivers Brett Milburn the current Eureka Garages & Sheds Series Champions and current point’s leader, Tim Van Ginneken and Corey McCullagh are the drivers that will battle it out for the 2016-2017 Series Crown.
  • Applications are invited for the Sprintcar Control Council of Australia (SCCA) Operations Manager role.
  • Victorian Darren Mollenoyux is the current leader of the USC Chase after two solid performances last weekend (Murray Bridge USC SA and USC Victoria at Warrnambool) including the main event win at Premier Speedway Warrnambool on Sunday night.
  • After a five year absence, the legendary Max Dumesny will return to Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway this Saturday as part of the Chronicle Chase round.
  • Both of the J&S Drilling Team drivers Kaiden Manders and Cameron Gessner were prominent during the running of the two-night Australian 360 Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex over the weekend.
  • The Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series is set for a thrilling conclusion this coming Saturday night when defending series Champion Brett Milburn lays it all on the line in what has become an intriguing points battle with Allansford’s Tim Van Ginneken.
  • Tasmania’s Tim Hutchins took his first Sprintcar feature on the mainland in the penultimate round of the 2016-2017 Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series at Horsham’s Blue Ribbon Raceway last night but not without a few challenges from Brayden Parr and Dennis Jones before opening up a gap in the late stages of the race to take the win ahead of Dennis Jones and Brayden Parr.
  • Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal has captured his first ever Australian Sprintcar Championship as he led the entire 40 lap journey to win the 2017 Di Candilo Steel City Australian 360ci Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex. After qualifying on the pole position Veal got the jump over Jason Kendrick and from that point he wasn’t troubled as he went on to record a comfortable win.
  • Why do we have a long weekend every Easter? For Sprintcar racing of course and this year is no exception with the Clay-Per-View Easter Triple Challenge once again set to be unleashed across three tracks over three consecutive nights of racing from April 14 to 16. The series will be decided on three distinctly different circuits and, for the first time, will visit two states, as drivers chase the $4000 series winner’s purse that is on offer in addition to the minimum $4000 paid to the winner of each individual round. In fact, should anybody be able to clean sweep all three nights, they will collect a cool $18 000 for their efforts.
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