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  • The latest event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway featured Round 2 of the Ausloan Finance Track Championships with the main event being the South Australia V Victoria Modified Sedan Challenge. Throughout the night the Modified Sedans failed to disappoint but it was the visitors who dominated winning all three heats and the final as Scott Angus defeated good mate Cameron Dyke, with Corey Richter the best of the locals in third.
  • Tasmania’s Callum Harper made it back-to-back South Australian Late Model Championships last Saturday night as he dominated the 35-lap final at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway to defeat newly crowned Australian Champion Brent Vosbergen and New South Welshman Lachlan Onley. After starting from position four Harper made his way to the lead on lap nine after passing Vosbergen and he then went on to what was an easy win as he lapped all but the top four drivers eventually winning by over four seconds.
  • Mildura’s Jarod Waters put on a master class on Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as he dominated the 2023 Tyreright South Australian Modified Sedan Championship. After starting from the pole position for the 30 lap finale Waters quickly jumped into the lead and was never headed as he led the field by over 5 seconds at one point eventually winning by just over 3 seconds ahead of Tasmanian Champion Jokobe Jetson and fellow Mildura resident Wade McCarthy.
  • The latest round of the Ausloans Finance Strathalbyn Track Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway last Saturday night was dominated by three drivers as Jack McCarthy, Ryan Alexander and Brendan Zadow all claimed two podium results in the classes in which they competed. Of the three drivers Jack McCarthy was the most successful as he was victorious in both the Wingless Sprint A-Main and round 4 of The Speedway Shop Blackjack Speedcar Series.
  • VEAL WINS NIGHT OF HIGH DRAMA ON SPEEDWEEK OPENER
  • When Mount Gambier Sprintcar superstar Steven Lines lines up anywhere in the country, particularly his home state however, the fans line up as well to see what he comes up with.
  • His family has been supporting the sport of Australian Speedway for over fifty years. Glen doesn’t know it any other way.
  • Murray Bridge Sprintcar throttle smasher Ryan Jones knows only too well that the Clay-Per-View Sprintcar Speedweek is special.
  • Tasmanian Sprintcar star on the rise Jock Goodyer has just recorded the best possible build up to the 2022/2023 www.clayperview.com Sprintcar Speedweek.
  • As of the day of the official nomination deadline there are twenty-one confirmed entries for all four nights of the Clay-Per-View Sprintcar Speedweek.
  • Drivers have only a few days left to nominate for the 2022/2023 Clay-Per-View Sprintcars Speedweek Series.
  • The word ‘veteran’ wouldn’t sit well with Victorian Sprintcar icon David Murcott but there’s no denying its suitability.
  • Tasmanian Sprintcar youngster Tate Frost simply can’t wait to go racing. The 20-year-old Motor Technician from Launceston on the Apple Isle has been hamstrung like so many southern state racers by the lack of laps he could lock in due to the unseasonal and uncooperative weather pattens so far in 2022/2023.
  • He’s one of the most qualifiers in Australian Sprintcar Racing. And he’s locked in for all four nights of the Clay-Per-View Sprintcar Speedweek commencing on December 26.
  • Queensland young gun Cody Maroske has his sights set firmly on some interstate travel and ferocious open wheel warfare as he points the SRV Racing Kenworth towards Murray Bridge and the first round of the Clay-per-view Sprintcars Speedweek Series.
  • Blisteringly fast. Able to win without notice. And with a Garrett motor that can pull the bend out of a river. That’s Lockie McHugh and he’s locked in for all four nights of the Clay-Per-View Sprintcars Speedweek Series.
  • Texan teenager Chase Randall is jumping right into the deep end of Australian Sprintcar racing.
  • 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic winner Corey McCullagh is keen to hit the road and grab some chequers in all four rounds of the 2022/2023 Clay-Per-View Sprintcars Speedweek.
  • He’s one of the most well-travelled and widely sought after drivers in Australian Sprintcar racing.
  • Versatile wheel-man Brock Hallett is in superb form. And he’s coming for all four rounds of the 2022/2023 Clay-Per-View Sprintcars Speedweek.
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