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  • Round two of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (October 16) dished up another dazzling display with a feature race that, in many ways, followed a similar trajectory to the championship opener two weeks earlier. However, on this occasion it was Tasmania’s Jock Goodyer who emerged victorious after spending much of the race in third spot. On a track that once again presented a fastest lane up against the fence, Goodyer chased down Luke Oldfield and Lachlan McHugh to score his second feature race success in as many weeks. Both Oldfield and McHugh enjoyed stints at the front, but neither had anything to counter Goodyer when he pounced in the wake of the only restart on lap 15. Having immediately relegated Oldfield upon the resumption of racing, Goodyer rounded up McHugh on lap 20 to take control of the race. A strong finish from Brent Kratzmann carried him to fourth at the finish, with Aaron Kelly finishing fifth ahead of Ryan Newton, who had earlier upstaged all the big guns to qualify on pole position.
  • As the whole of Australia continues to grapple with the uncertainty and pending conditions of return to some form of post COVID normality, the Premier Speedway Club Board of Management met recently to adjust their 2021-22 season calendar, to provide the best chance of the Club completing a full season.
  • Unfortunately again the start of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is on hold and will not start at Murray Bridge on November 20th. “After talking with Darren Shaddock from Murray Bridge we had to admit that we don’t expect the SA/Victorian state border to be open by mid-November so we made the call early to cancel the show.
  • Following a record-breaking opening night late last month for the Wingless Sprints the nomination list has increased with the field exceeding 30 nominations for this Saturday night’s Wingless Sprints of SA event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. With 32 drivers indicating they will be racing this weekend the crowd on hand are set be entertained with six action packed heats prior to what will effectively be two main events, with the possibility of a 16 car B-Main prior to the 20-car final.
  • With the thrilling series opener still fresh in the minds of all who witnessed it, Luke Oldfield and Lachlan McHugh will resume hostilities in round two of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (October 16). It was Oldfield who prevailed here two weekends ago over McHugh in what was an epic scrap and, when the pair met again in Toowoomba last Saturday night, both were on the podium in the feature race. It was Oldfield who again proved the quicker of the two, yet he still had to settle for second spot behind Tasmanian gun Jock Goodyer, whose inclusion in the field again this weekend will no doubt have Oldfield, McHugh and the rest of the 29-car field primed to deny the interloper from interstate in his bid for back-to-back wins.
  • While the 2021-2022 racing season has been delayed once again due to the Covid Virus the Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria is looking forward in a positive manner to kicking off the 2021-2022 season hopefully in late November or early December subject to Government rulings. This season will see nearly all the major Blue-Ribbon events once again and the return of the Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series. Also, a new Series for the budget minded competitors, the C&H Trucking Sprintcars Limited Series that is scheduled to start in the new year.
  • Matt Egel and the Whyalla Earthworks Racing Team continued their winning ways on Saturday night, this time at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as Egel finally added the Bill Wigzell Battle of the Bridge to his growing resume. In fact, Egel finished the night unbeaten as he emerged quickest in flight 2 in Time Trials, won both of his heats and led all 30-laps in what an impressive driving display in front of a sizeable early season crowd was.
  • In what proved a phenomenal start to the 2021/2022 Queensland speedway season, Luke Oldfield and Charlie Brown thrilled the massive crowd at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (October 2) with respective feature race wins that were both thoroughly spectacular in their execution. Oldfield pounced late to chase down Lachlan McHugh and Cody Maroske to win the opening round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship, while Brown was brilliant in running the high side to round up Michael Kendall and take out the opening round of the TFH Midget Series.
  • Already paying out the highest purse in the country for 360 racing the bar has just been raised higher with another $5 Grand on the line for the winner now making it $15K to win.
  • After not being held last season the traditional South Australian Sprintcar season opener returns this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with the running of the 2021 Bill Wigzell Battle of the Bridge. Currently the nomination list for the event stands at 16 cars but despite the smaller than expected field it still consists of at least six potential winners including former race winners Ryan Jones and Luke Dillon, with the pair sharing the last four victories between them.
  • The Wingless Sprints of SA season kicked off last Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with a history making opening night field, as 25 cars fronted for night one of the new season. With such a large field of hand the night consisted of six heats, a B-Main and a 25 lap A-Main, and once the final chequered flag had fallen it was Mount Gambier’s Kirby Hillyer who celebrated in victory lane.
  • Race fans, the wait is over! The moment of truth has arrived with the 2021/2022 Queensland speedway season to launch in spectacular fashion at Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (October 2). Featuring the opening rounds of both the East Coast Logistics Spintcar Track Championship and TFH Midget Series, along with Monster Trucks, Fireworks and a huge support program, the night promises to deliver a feast of dirt track derring-do from some of the very best in the business. Also on the exclusively open-wheel program will be Wingless Sprints and Formula 500s, with both categories typically serving up action aplenty on the Archerfield oval.
  • The 2021/22 South Australian Wingless Sprint season will begin this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with a field of 26 drivers set to race it out for the first chequered flag of the new season. A fortnight ago 20 drivers took the opportunity to take to the track at practice therefore a majority of the field will be set to go in what should be an exciting and fast paced opener.
  • “This is not the way we hoped we would kick off the season but unfortunately the Victorian Government has not eased restrictions enough to allow our opening show to proceed on October 30th. We are bitterly disappointed but not surprised and now have to just hope that when venues are allowed to have crowds that the state borders will also open up and allow our travelling teams to come and run.” Mandy Searle told us yesterday.
  • In one of the most dramatic finishes in the history of the Chariots of Thunder Sprintcar Series Matt Egel claimed the overall Championship on the final lap as he climbed from the B-Main to finish third in the Grand Final. After winning the opening two nights Egel had to claim a podium result and with a lap to go he ran fifth but an incident involving Jack Lee and Cody Maroske in sight of the finish line gave the Adelaide based racer the two spots he required as the finished third behind Australian Champion Jamie Veal and pole sitter Daniel Harding.
  • After upstaging the big names on night 1 of the Ostojic Chariots of Thunder Sprintcar Series Matt Egel and the Whyalla Earthworks Racing Team did it again in Round 2 claiming a dramatic win at the Northline Speedway in Darwin. Going into the final lap Egel trailed race leader Lachlan McHugh but as the leader entered turn 1 the right rear tyre on the NQ#7 exploded handing Egel and the Whyalla based team back-to-back $10,000 victories.
  • South Australian Matt Egel won the opening night of the Ostojic Group Chariots of Thunder Sprintcar Series at the Northline Speedway after he caught both Robbie Farr and Lachlan McHugh by surprise as he made a decisive move to pass them both on the low groove. After trailing in third for the opening stanza Egel swooped on the leading duo just past halfway and then held on to defeat a hard charging McHugh despite a late race restart.
  • Due to the recent COVID construction lockdowns in Greater Sydney and in particular the Blacktown local government area, the construction on the Speedway site had to cease in line with NSW Government health orders. Thankfully construction work on the Speedway was able to recommence on 16 August. Both the contractor and Sydney Metro are working on plans to have the Speedway open for events from the start of December, with track testing hopefully commencing during November.
  • Queensland’s Lachlan McHugh picked up where he left off last season as he added to his recent victories in the South Australian and Queensland State Championships with a dominant display to capture the MMS Civil Northern Territory State Sprintcar Title at Darwin’s Northline Speedway. After starting from position four McHugh rounded up early race leader Jock Goodyer with a spectacular outside pass in turn two and then went on to win ahead of Goodyer, Australian Champion Jamie Veal, Callum Williamson and Matt Egel. The top five therefore represented five different states including Queensland, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia.
  • Luke Fraser has claimed Round One of the 2019 2020 Civil Hirings WA Modified Sedan Series on debut at Geraldton City Speedway last night. The event which was proudly presented by Blackman Fabrication saw nine drivers head to the Midwest venue for the opening round of this years series, including a number of first time Modified Sedan racers.
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