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  • With the international Sprintcar season now concluded, the mighty Midgets take centre stage this weekend at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 20) for the running of the Stan Burrow Stampede. Staged in memory of long-time Midget racer and team owner Stan Burrow, the event has attracted a first class field of racers from Australia and overseas chasing the $3000 on offer to the winner of the Stampede feature race. Boasting a rich history in Australia, Midget racing has produced some of Australias biggest motor racing success stories and the division continues to produce exciting new talents, several of whom will be in action this weekend, taking on established stars from Queensland, interstate and overseas. As always, the Archerfield program is packed with quality support racing and family entertainment, including AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprints, Modlites, Lightning Sprints, Open Sedans, Fireworks and all the mayhem of the Caravan, Boat and Dunny Derby.
  • 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.
  • Tonight is the night. All of the action over the last few weeks has been leading up to this; the 2018 Performance Wholesale Australian Sprintcar Open gets underway tonight (Friday, January 5) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway, concluding tomorrow night with the 50-lap feature race. The event, which also doubles as round seven of World Series Sprintcars has attracted 45 of the very best Sprintcar drivers from Australia and overseas chasing the $20 000 first prize. A quintet of (very) quick Americans are on a quest to snatch the cash from the hands of the Aussie aces in what will be another epic edition of Queensland’s biggest Sprintcar race.
  • World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz delivered a dominant display to win round six of World Series Sprintcars at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Wednesday night (January 3). In a race that saw American drivers fill three of the top six spots, Schatz was a class above the rest on this occasion, leading every circulation after qualifying on pole position for the 30-lap feature event. Continuing the form that carried him onto the podium just two nights earlier, Lucas Wolfe advanced from position five to finish in second spot ahead of Tasmanian Shaun Dobson, while Luke Oldfield finished best of the locals in fourth. Australian champion Kerry Madsen advanced from position nine to finish fifth and extend his series lead, with Logan Schuchart snaring sixth ahead of the first of the contracted drivers in James McFadden. Next best was Jamie Veal ahead of Dave Murcott, with Carson Macedo collecting a hard earned top ten result having advanced through the C and B mains.
  • World Series Sprintcars is the premier speedway series in Australia, attracting the very best drivers from around the country and overseas, and the 2017/2018 tournament is no exception. This season, the championship features drivers from every mainland Australian state in the contracted driver roster, including established stars such as James McFadden, Jamie Veal and David Murcott, along with two American hot shots in Dominic Scelzi and Carson Macedo. However, it is current national champion Kerry Madsen who sits atop the series pointscore as the teams converge on Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Wednesday night (January 3) for round six. More than 40 drivers will contest the mid-week fixture and Brisbane fans will be treated to no less than five American stars in the field, including 9-time World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz.
  • On another night of incredible racing at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway, Logan Schuchart raced to his second feature race victory in less than a week when he took out round ten of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship on Monday night (January 1). Starting from pole position in the 35-lap feature event, Schuchart had opened up a considerable buffer until 9th-starting Donny Schatz moved into second spot and chased down his WoO rival. With 10 laps to run, Schatz looked to slice underneath through turn one, only to find himself squeezed for room and pinched into a spin. With Schatz banished to the back, Schuchart was untroubled in leading the field through the final laps. West Australian young gun Kaiden Manders finished in second spot with a third American in Lucas Wolfe storming home to grab the final place on the podium, leaving Mark Pholi as the best of the locals in fourth spot ahead of Allan Woods and a barnstorming Mitchell Gee, who advanced from 19th to sixth with a mighty drive. Andrew Scheuerle snared seventh and Schatz surged back to eighth, with Bryan Mann and Lynton Jeffrey rounding out the top ten.
  • On a night that saw some tweaking to the race format in an effort to stay ahead of impending rain that was moving towards the venue, World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz was unstoppable in the 35-lap Sprintcar feature race at Ausdeck patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (December 30), leading home Andrew Scheuerle and Brent Kratzmann to win round nine of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Scheuerle led the opening moments of the race after qualifying on pole position, but he was unable to counter when Schatz slipped underneath through turn two on lap five to take control.
  • First it was Logan Schuchart and then it was Donny Schatz, so can Lucas Wolfe become the third American in as many shows to win a Sprintcar feature event at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway? Wolfe, Schatz and Schuchart will take on another 30+ drivers in round ten of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship on Monday night (January 1). As much as the locals have tried to contain the American stars, all efforts have thus far failed to deliver a win for any of the track championship regulars, with Andrew Scheuerle, Luke Oldfield and Brent Kratzmann proving the best of the rest with podium results in the two international events contested.
  • It is hard to imagine that anybody who witnessed the spectacle of USA stars Logan Schuchart and Donny Schatz duking it out at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Thursday night won’t be returning on Saturday night (December 30) when the duo are joined by a third highly-credentialed American in Lucas Wolfe for round nine of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. In a terrific drive, Schuchart chased down Schatz to score his first feature race win in Australia in front of a big Brisbane crowd and the challenge for the locals lies in trying to prevent a clean sweep of the podium by the international trio. In addition to a stellar 35-plus field of Sprintcars, the night will also feature round three of the Super Sedan Summer Slam Tour that has attracted drivers from every Australian state, including five Australian championship winners. With Lightning Sprints, AMCA Nationals and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans also on the program, a veritable feast of speedway action will be served up on Saturday night.
  • Pennsylvanian Logan Schuchart delivered a masterful display at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Thursday night (December 28), chasing down World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz to win round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Although Schuchart started the race from pole position, it was Schatz who led the through the first half of the event before Schuchart pounced on lap 20 and powered through the remaining laps to score a memorable win. Perhaps not surprisingly, the best of the locals in third spot was Luke Oldfield, with Peter Lack flying into fourth ahead of Mark Pholi and Bryan Mann.
  • The annual Boxing Night action-fest at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway featuring American stars Donny Schatz and Logan Schuchart contesting round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship has been temporarily curtailed by inclement weather, with rain sweeping across the venue before the completion of Sprintcar time trials. The event, which will also feature the opening round of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Formula 500 Stampede, round four of the Modlite Pro Series and Compact Speedcars plus Monster Trucks and Fireworks has been rescheduled for this Thursday night (December 28).
  • The biggest name in the Sprintcar game headlines a stellar line-up of more than 100 competitor nominations for the annual Boxing Day blockbuster at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Tuesday night (December 26). Yep, none other than current and 9-time World of Outlaws Sprintcar champion Donny Schatz returns to Brisbane for another exclusive Archerfield campaign to take on more than 35 other drivers in round eight of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Schatz will be joined by fellow WoO ace Logan Schuchart, who is undertaking his second racing campaign in Australia, with Compact Speedcars, Modlites and Formula 500s also on the program, plus Monster Trucks and a spectacular fireworks show.
  • Every season, Brisbane speedway fans enjoy a privilege that makes them the envy of their counterparts in other parts of the country. It is the annual appearance of World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz exclusively at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway that is generates enormous interest and his 2017/2018 will kick off on Boxing Night (December 26). Schatz will be joined in combat for the Boxing Night battle by fellow WoO star Logan Schuchart, the grandson of legendary outlaw racer Bobby Allen, who will be making his second visit to Australia.
  • The holidays are quickly approaching and for World of Outlaws standout Logan Schuchart, he is counting the hours until December 26. Yes, of course, he is looking forward to Christmas Day, but he gets back to what he loves most in less than two weeks in Australia at Archerfield Speedway’s Boxing Day Sprintcar International event.
  • With Super Sedans and Dirt Modifieds having produced a dazzling display last weekend, Sprintcars take centre stage once again this Saturday (December 9) to contest round seven of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship, their final hit-out before the start of the international season. The impending arrival of 9-times World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz and fellow Americans Logan Schuchart and Lucas Wolfe should have every team primed to produce peak performance this weekend, which will ensure a spectacular night of action. With Development Sprintcars, Compact Speedcars, AMCA Nationals, Formula 500 Juniors and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans also on the program, race fans are again blessed with another huge night of dirt track competition at Queensland’s premier speedway venue.
  • Making their first appearance at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this season on Saturday night (December 2), Super Sedans produced some terrific racing tempered by a few wild moments before Matt Pascoe emerged victorious in round three of the Brims Concrete Championship Series. The current Queensland and Western Australian champion finished ahead of Justin Randall and Sean Black in the gruelling 40-lap feature race to secure his second win in as many rounds, with Matt Williams finishing fourth ahead of fellow Rockhampton-based racers in Gavin Northfield and Brendan Doyle.
  • The wait is over for Brisbane speedway sedan fans with a big field of drivers from three states set to unleash on Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (December 2) for round three of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series. The 25-car field includes six state or national championship winners, including the current Australian and Queensland titleholders in Darren Kane and Matt Pascoe. However, if a stellar field of Super Sedan stars isn’t enough to whet your appetite for a night of dirt track action, a crack contingent of Dirt Modified daredevils will also be carving up the clay, with national champ Kevin Britten looking to bounce back after a disappointing result (by his lofty standards) at their opening event of the season last month. Also on the program is round three of the Modlite Pro Series, plus Late Models and Open Sedans.
  • In yet another narrow result in East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship competition, Mitchell Gee prevailed in the twin feature format at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 25), emerging victorious by a solitary point over Luke Oldfield on combined results from the two races. Gee took out the opening leg over Oldfield and Andrew Scheuerle before inverting the top eight finishers for the second stanza. Despite finishing fifth in the second 20-lapper behind Oldfield, Gee had done enough to secure the trophy and consolidate second place overall in the championship standings.
  • With inclement weather having curtailed the last two Sprintcar events scheduled for south-east Queensland, drivers will be itching for action when they gather for round six of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (November 25). Round five was washed out after the completion of the opening round of heats, while the event at Toowoomba last weekend was also abandoned, leaving teams with just two more opportunities to fine-tune their preparations for the upcoming international season. In what will be another huge program, the meeting will also feature round four of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship, round three of the Shock Absorber Therapy AMCA Nationals Track Championship and the largest field of Lightning Sprints so far this season, plus Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • Despite the best efforts of promoter John Kelly to get the track back into shape after a shower swept across Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway, more rain eventually forced the abandonment of round five of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship on Saturday night (November 11). It is the second time this season that a track championship round has been curtailed by inclement conditions, with only one round of heats being completed before the weather intervened.
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