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  • Australian champ Mark Robinson prevailed in the PB44 Dirt Modified Memorial at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 28), denying Kevin Britten a fairytale last-to-first win in the race created to commemorate his father. Having opted to start 20th in the 44-lap feature race, Britten was breathtaking in his charge through the field on a track that drew universal praise from competitors. Using the high side to round up the rest of the field with ease, Britten faltered only at the final hurdle when he found himself unable to dislodge Robinson from the lead. Having led the race in the early going, Mitchell Randall would wind up third after a late scrap with David Clark, who also advanced from the back of the pack, while pole starter Scott Cannon would salvage fifth in the final PB44 feature race to be staged at Archerfield. Brayd Stephenson finished in sixth spot ahead of the final runner on the lead lap in Seiton Young, with Zac Blanch, Luke Dunn and Andrew Firth rounding out the top ten.
  • Last night James McFadden secured back-to-back Kings Challenge victories at the Borderline Speedway in Mount Gambier after dominating the 29th edition of the event in front of a massive crowd. In a 65 car field that included eight American drivers they couldn’t disrupt the Australia Day celebrations as McFadden led home an all Australian podium defeating Jock Goodyer and Jamie Veal in a race that only saw half the field greet the chequered flag.
  • Dirt Modifieds take centre stage this Saturday night (January 28) at Archerfield Speedway with more than 25 drivers from three states rumbling into town to contest the PB44 Memorial feature race. An annual event staged in honour of Paul Britten, a popular Dirt Modified administrator who tragically passed away in 2012 at just 44 years of age, the PB44 always attracts a stellar field and this year is no exception as the event is contested at Archerfield for the final time. With big fields of Wingless Sprints, AMCA Nationals, Modlites and Open Sedans also confirmed, more than 120 competitors will hit the track on Saturday night to dish up a deluge of dirt track action.
  • The latest round of the Ausloans Finance Wingless Sprint Track Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway saw Jack McCarthy claim his third Wingless feature of the season as he defeated Ryan Alexander, with an extremely determined Brent Fox rounding out the top three. In what was a rare double for the Wingless Sprint pace setter it was actually his second feature win of the night having earlier secured his inaugural Speedcar feature event win in round 4 of the Blackjack Speedcar Series.
  • The final list of nominations for the upcoming 60th Australian Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex is now in with a total of 52 drivers set to compete for the honour to wear the Australia #1. Of the official nominations there are six former National 410ci Champions including current Title holder Marcus Dumesny, five-time winner Brooke Tatnell, four-time Champion Kerry Madsen, dual winner David Murcott, Robbie Farr and Jamie Veal.
  • 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.
  • In front of a record crowd at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway USA25 Sheldon Haudenschild became the 13th winner of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge.
  • With just over 24 hours till the winner of the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge is decided and the anticipation builds for the event we need to take bit of time out. Time to reflect on what has been achieved over the 13 years since the show started, and who better to do that than Promoter Mandy Searle.
  • With the announcement yesterday that JLR/Haudenschild Racing weren’t visiting Queensland this coming Saturday the team have managed to source a 360 engine and announce that they will now compete in the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge.
  • All Star Legend Phil Lock has been MIA this season after an accident put him on the side lines at the 360 Australia Title last year.
  • Having come into the weekend as the form driver in the country so far this season, it came as no surprise to see Jock Goodyear standing tall in victory lane at Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (January 14), having earned himself a cool $20 000 as the winner of the 2023 Australian Sprintcar Open. When the leading pair of Lachlan McHugh and Carson Macedo couldn’t agree over who had right of way through turn two on lap 48, the ensuing contact would ensure that neither would enjoy the spoils of victory, handing the race lead to Goodyer, who duly completed the final laps to become the first Tasmanian to win the event. In what was the final Australian Open to be staged at Archerfield, local favourite Luke OIdfield finished just 0.187 behind Goodyer in a thrilling finish. Advancing from ninth on the grid, Cole Macedo would salvage some family pride with a third-place finish ahead of Matt Dumesny and Texan teenager Chase Randall, for whom reputations meant nothing in his charge from 14th. Steven Lines and a 19th-starting Brooke Tatnell were next best ahead of a somewhat subdued Jamie Veal, with Michael Saller and Justin Sanders rounding out the top ten.
  • Another excellent night of racing in round 7 of the Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series was capped with a fantastic A-main won by former series champ Corey McCullagh. Once again, the race winner didn’t have it all his own way as McCullagh was passed mid race by Tasmania’s Tate Frost before a caution bunched the field enabling McCullagh to sizzle around the highline and grab a popular win ahead of a fast finishing Brett Milburn while Rusty Hickman produced the drive of the night sailing from 12th starting spot in the B-main to third in the A-main.
  • California’s Carson Macedo dominated the opening night of competition in the 2023 Australian Sprintcar Open at Archerfield Speedway on Friday night (January 13), leading every moment of the 25-lap preliminary feature race. A strong finish propelled Lachlan McHugh into second spot ahead of Luke Oldfield, with Matt and Marcus Dumesny swooping on the final lap to round out the top five. In a race that came oh-so-close to completion without interruption, Jock Goodyer secured sixth ahead of Steven Lines, and Texan teenager Chase Randall, whose charge through the field after qualifying into the feature via the B Main would see him finish ahead of Jamie Veal and Ian Madsen. Next best were Brock and Hallett and Ryan Newton, both of whom finished inside the top four on Wednesday night but couldn’t crack the top ten on this occasion.
  • 3 drivers have already taken the accolades and the money in the past for the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge and are lining up again to try and become the first two time winner.
  • The closing date for nominations for the upcoming 60th Australian Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex is fast approaching. Currently the nomination list stands at 26 with the likes of former Champions Kerry Madsen and Dave Murcott, Speedweek winner Jock Goodyer, Lachlan McHugh, Brock Hallett, Luke Dillon, Ian Madsen, Jason Kendrick, Callum Williamson and Matt Egel already confirmed.
  • Australian Sprintcar champion Marcus Dumesny enjoyed a triumphant return to the scene of his national championship win when he emerged victorious in the opening round of the Speedway Australia QLD/NSW States Series at Archerfield Speedway on Wednesday night (January 11). Just as he did in the Australian Championship feature race six months ago, Dumesny played a waiting game and was perfectly positioned as those around him fell over each other in a series of incidents that ultimately eliminated half the starters. Jamie Veal set a cracking pace at the front of the field for much of the race until a miscued lunge from Carson Macedo through turn two on lap 32 resulted in contact that pitched Veal into the wall, sending the Victorian champ upside down and out of the race, a fate that had befallen second-placed Luke Oldfield at the other end of the track a few laps earlier following contact from Lachlan McHugh. Having fallen as far back as 13th at one stage, Brock Hallett would find himself in second spot at the chequer, with Justin Sanders the best of the Americans in third. Ryan Newton and Brooke Tatnell completed the top five ahead of Steven Lines and McHugh, with Matthew Dumesny, Macedo and Michael Saller the only others to go the distance.
  • Off the back of last weekends entertaining round 6 final at Horsham, the Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series returns to Avalon Raceway, Lara for round 7 this Saturday night. All of the front runners from last weekends A-main return while there’s a strong lineup intent on taking the win and in doing so spoil the series points party for a number of series contenders.
  • An American invasion will sweep through Brisbane on Wednesday night (January 11) when four of the best Sprintcar exponents from the United States land at Archerfield Speedway to contest what has, in the wake of the two rounds scheduled for Sydney last week being washed out, become the opening round of the Speedway Australia QLD/NSW States Series. Leading the overseas invasion will be the California-based trio of Justin Sanders and brothers Carson and Cole Macedo, with Texan young gun Chase Randall also slated to take on the Queensland stars and a host of interstate hotshots in what will be the final opportunity for teams to find peak form and fine-tune their preparations for the 25th Australian Sprintcar Open to be contested over two nights on Friday and Saturday.
  • Young hard charging Texan Chase Randall has been in Australia since Christmas and so far has picked up the 410 SA/Vic Speedweek, the NSW/Qld Speedweek running at as many tracks as possible with some pretty solid results.
  • Watch this space and see who is making a return to the All Stars after time away. No hints given but he hasn’t missed running the All Star Challenge since the show commenced and we’re excited to welcome him back.
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