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  • The Super Sedan Summer Series returns for the 2019/2020 season, with a strong series planned, visiting eight venues from November to May.

    The series will commence on 2 November 2019 at the Narrogin Speedway, and after a season which had limited numbers, this season will see the return of several drivers committing to the series which will ensure strong numbers at each round.

    Kemble Aylett, Darren Larson, Kyle Larson and Ryan Gunson will return to the series in 2019/2020, while Nathan Bell and Greg Harvey are two new drivers joining the series on a regular basis, which is exciting for Super Sedans in Western Australia, with new Super Sedans WA President happy with the progress made prior to this seasons opener.

    “Super Sedans in WA are alive and well, our new Management Committee have been working really hard, we have been working with the tracks to ensure we can put on the best event we can”, said Bell.

    Part of that strategy will see three weeks between most rounds to ensure car numbers are strong, with only rounds five and six being back to back, along with rounds seven and eight.

    After the opening round, round two will be a big night, with Manjimup Speedway hosting its 50th Anniversary event, which will attract a large crowd. So too will round three at the Make Smoking History Collie Speedway, which will see all five National Sedan Categories compete at the venue for the first time in history. With the venue undergoing some major upgrades with a new lighting system, round three will be one to watch.

    Margaret River Speedway will host the first event of 2020, with round four, a venue which has been a regular on the Super Sedan calendar. Round five will be a highlight of the series as the Super Sedan Series is the major support to the World Series Sprintcar Round at the Bunbury Speedway, which will attract a bumper crowd.

    A week later the first double-header of the season will see Manjimup Speedway host round six, before a six week break, which will see many drivers travel across the Nullabor to contest the National Title at Borderline Speedway, Mt Gambier. Mount Barker will host round seven, and the round that follows a week later, being the WA Title and Bert Vosbergen Memorial, will be two big rounds with Interstate interest with big money on offer for both events.

    After a big season, the final round of the series, may well determine the series point score, with Moora Speedway to host the Grand Final.

    Super Sedan Series Rounds
    Round 1: Saturday, 2 November 2019 – Narrogin Speedway
    Round 2: Saturday, 30 November 2019 – Manjimup Speedway
    Round 3: Saturday, 21 December 2019 – Collie Speedway
    Round 4: Saturday, 18 January 2019 – Margaret River Speedway
    Round 5: Saturday, 15 February 2019 – Bunbury Speedway
    Round 6: Saturday, 22 February 2019 – Manjimup Speedway
    Round 7: Saturday, 4 April 2019 – Mt Barker Speedway
    Round 8:
    SSWA State Title: Saturday, 11 April 2019 – Albany Speedway
    Bert Vosbergen Memorial: Saturday, 11 April 2019 & Sunday, 12 April 2019 – Albany Speedway
    Round 9: Saturday, 2 May 2019 – Moora Speedway

    Series Sponsors
    Southern Haulage
    Allan Campbell & Co
    Trade Hire
    Keenquip
    Chalky’s Old Skool Garage
    South West Floor Sanding

    Jason Crowe Media



    Kyle Larson returns this season

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