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  • After Brooke Tatnell claimed the opening night of the 2018 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic, he also sits atop the Night One Points Table.
  • After starting from position four Brooke Tatnell emerged the winner of an eventful Preliminary A-Main on night 1 of the 2018 South West Conveyancing. In a race that had multiple red-light stoppages, including an open red with 14 laps remaining, Tatnell edged out Australian Champion Kerry Madsen and pole sitter Luke Dillon in the final 2 lap sprint to the end.
  • Local hero Steven Lines warmed up for next weekends Australian Sprintcar Championship in style as he claimed his first Kings Challenge at the Borderline Speedway in Mount Gambier on what was an excessively hot day. After starting on the pole Lines lead all 30 laps to just edge out James McFadden in what was an entertaining finale.
  • Green Brothers Racing will feature a change of drivers for a busy upcoming fortnight of sprintcar racing in SA and Victoria.
  • But not in the way we hoped for and the only winner on the night was probably the farmers in the region with rain constant on Saturday.
  • Kerry Madsen won both nights of the 2017/2018 Scott Darley Challenge at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway, dominating every time he went out on the clay and in the process picking up a tasty $29,250 for his trouble.
  • On January 16, 1958, the first Official Membership Receipt of the Premier Speedway Club, Warrnambool, to the value one shilling was produced to founding Member Mr. Ralph Vick.
  • The 2018 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is just a week away and the traditional heart starter to the weekend, the Classic Breakfast is filling fast with an amazingly talented panel of guests already locked, this is a great way to start your Classic weekend.
  • The 2018 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic, already has the iconic Dumesny Family Father and Son combinations, as well as the Brazier’s with Garry and Jordyn in addition to Steve as Crew Chief, but now the Classic will welcome an American Father-Son combination with Austin McCarl set to join his father Terry in the field next week.
  • With USA & Aussie Stars the magnitude of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge increases every year and with $10K on the nose makes the event the richest A Main for 360’s in Australia. The 8th running of this event is a highlight for the season. Series regulars get to mix it with the best in the world and line up alongside their heroes.
  • Two action packed qualifying nights are all but guaranteed with each-and-every entrant of the 46th South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic now having been allocated their respective qualifying night.
  • The latest batch of nominations for the 2018 Australian Sprintcar Championship at the Borderline Speedway in Mount Gambier has sent the official list over 80 cars with 81 drivers set to contest the National Championship at the time of writing.
  • An enormous field of Australian, NZ and USA Sprintcar giants will converge on Sydney’s iconic Valvoline Raceway this Friday and Saturday for the running of the most prestigious race of the season each and every season.
  • Making a return to the track after spending last season on the sidelines due to injury, Luke Walker has come back better than ever in the 2017-18 season, having recently achieved his maiden 410 Sprintcar feature-race victory, amongst other encouraging results.
  • After a challenging start to their 2017-18 season World Series Sprintcars Championship campaign, the Krikke Motorsport team and their driver Jamie Veal came away from last weekend’s seventh round at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway in Queensland with a pleasing result.
  • The 2018 Avalon Raceway Presidents nominations has officially closed today with fifty nominations received, no further nominations will be accepted. The venue operators made this decision today to stop any further nominations being accepted for the $10000 to win event.
  • The number of entrants continue to grow with the talented duo of Carson Macedo and Ian Madsen amongst those to have beaten the nomination deadline as the list now exceeds 110 cars.
  • Robbie Farr continued his dominance of the USC SA at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as he claimed his second main event win of the series as he defeated Luke Dillon and Brock Hallett in the International Sprintcar event on Saturday night. After winning the pole shuffle in controversial fashion Farr started from the pole and led all 30 laps to extend his run to four consecutive podium results at the Murray Bridge venue this season.
  • Donny Schatz regained his Performance Wholesale Australian Sprintcar Open crown last night, after taking the lead from Kerry Madsen in the first few laps of the race, and settling into a comfortable lead, making it look easy as he opened a sizable margin over his rivals and weaved his way through the back markers. The 50-lap affair had one caution ten laps in, but ran the remaining forty-laps without incident, with Schatz lapping up to and including ninth place, and, incredibly, all twenty starters, made it to the chequered flag. The event, held over two nights, doubled as Round Seven of World Series Sprintcars, and attracted a massive crowd to Ausdeck Patios and Roofing Archerfield Speedway, plus an even bigger audience via pay per view live streaming. While Schatz dominated to get the win, the battle over second, and post-race decision by the chief steward, became the talking point of the night. Reigning Australian Champion Kerry Madsen led the opening few laps before surrendering the lead to Schatz, before spending the rest of the race trying to defend his position from a hard-charging and determined Lucas Wolfe. The margin between Madsen and Wolfe fluctuated as the race wore on, with Wolfe repeatedly closing in on Madsen, and, at one stage, briefly getting the 5W racer in front when Madsen got caught behind a lapped car. Madsen immediately fought back on the inside to regain his position and ultimately crossed the line in second, only for officials to issue a penalty after the race concluded, for an infield pass, that saw Lucas Wolfe elevated to second and left the defending Australian Open Champion in third. Jamie Veal crossed the line in fourth ahead of Carson Macedo. Lachlan McHugh and James McFadden had an epic battle for the minor places, the pair changing positions several times in the closing laps of the race, and while Lachlan McHugh crossed the line in sixth, a post-race penalty for an infield pass saw him relegated to seventh, elevating James McFadden to sixth. McHugh was the best placed Queenslander, with Luke Oldfield the next best local in tenth.
  • The Donny Schatz school of dirt track artistry was in session at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 6) when the 9-time World of Outlaws champion delivered a master class in Sprintcar prowess on his way to collecting $20 000 for winning the Performance Wholesale Sprintcar Australian Open. It was a pre-eminent performance from Schatz throughout the 50-lap event, lapping the field up to seventh place and ultimately finishing more than 10.5 seconds ahead of Australian champion Kerry Madsen. Pennsylvanian Lucas Wolfe greeted the chequer in third spot but was subsequently elevated into second ahead of Madsen, who was penalised for a passing infraction. Jamie Veal finished fourth without ever looking a real threat to the top three, with Carson Marcedo crossing fifth ahead of Lachlan McHugh, whose sterling effort was soured somewhat when he also incurred a post-race penalty that moved James McFadden to sixth. Dave Murcott was next best, with Logan Schuchart and Luke Oldfield rounding out the top ten, albeit a lap in arrears.
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