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  • The A Plus Powder Coating SRA Triple Crown Series concluded last Sunday afternoon at Simpson Speedway with some very entertaining sprintcar action that saw a titanic battle between Domain Ramsay and Brett Milburn. The battle between these two drivers was on for nearly the entire A Main event only to see Ramsay’s cars stop as the white flag was waving leaving Milburn to take the win with the fast closing Jordyn Charge taking second place and the overall A Plus Powder Coating SRA Triple Crown Series Crown for 2021.
  • Becoming only the second driver to score multiple Sprintcar feature race wins at Archerfield Speedway this season, Callum Walker led every lap to take out round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship on Sunday night (May 2). In what was the second consecutive round shifted to Sunday night because of inclement weather, series leader Lachlan McHugh advanced from row four to finish in second spot, with Ryan McNamara clinching the final podium position in advance of Brent Kratzmann and Richard Morgan.
  • This coming Sunday will be the final race event of the 2020-2021 season for the Sprintcar Racing Association of Victorian with a top show on the cards at Simpson Speedway. Sunday afternoon will see the final round of the SRA A Plus Powder Coating 360 Triple Crown Sprintcar Series with a class field of nominations headed by the inform Jordyn Charge who is leading the Series.
  • Less than a week after their epic duel in the Queensland Championship feature race in Toowoomba, Lachlan McHugh and Aaron Kelly will face off again this Saturday night (May 1) at Archerfield Speedway when they contest round eleven of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Championship. Kelly, who is the current ECL series champion, looked on track to secure his first Queensland Title in Toowoomba until a late-race pass propelled McHugh to a third consecutive championship success. Of course, adding extra spice to the contest is the fact that McHugh is also looking somewhat certain to dethrone Kelly as the Archerfield track titleholder with only four rounds or racing remaining. As always a huge support program will ensure a non-stop night of motorsport entertainment, with Monster Trucks making their return, along with fireworks and the Queensland Formula 500 Championship, plus AMCA Nationals, Lightning Sprints and Formula 500 Juniors.
  • Absolutely beautiful blue skies, zero chance of rain but 100% chance of RUMBLE on the Mountain at the high banks of Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway tonight!
  • After 2 failed attempts for the All Star Series to compete at Nyora Raceway earlier this season the Nyora committee were still very keen to run a 360 sprintcar show. So after negations between the SRA and the All Stars the Last Chance Cup has evolved. “There are a lot of competitors living in the Gippsland area and it is great for them that they get the opportunity to have a race meeting in their own backyard " and as we mentioned before it’s been 7 years since 360’s have run at Nyora and are excited to check it out again.
  • Lachlan McHugh has continued his domination of the 2020/2021 Queensland Sprintcar season, cruising home to win round 10 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Archerfield Speedway on Sunday night (April 18). With his championship nemesis Luke Oldfield unable to make the rescheduled event, McHugh faced little resistance in the 30-lap feature race, leading every lap to clinch his eleventh Archerfield feature win for the season. As they have done throughout the ECL series, Cody Maroske and Callum Walker finished best of the rest in second and third respectively, with Jessie Attard snaring fourth ahead of Adam Butler.
  • Leading into last Friday night’s round of the SRA of Victoria’s 360 Sprintcar Triple Crown Series as presented by A + Plus Powder Coating there were seven Sprintcar Drivers or Teams that had contested every night of competition since the Return to Racing on January 1, 2021.
  • Jordyn Charge, Alex Ross and Tyler Maggs claimed the last three feature events of the 2020-21 Premier Speedway season tonight at Sungold Stadium.
  • Tonight’s Round of the SRA of Victoria 360 Sprintcar Triple Crown is all set to go, with a great field of Sprintcars being joined by equally as healthy line-ups of Wingless Sprints and Junior Formula 500’s in what shapes as being an exciting finale to the Premier Speedway season.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria is pleased to release most of the 2021-2022 race dates requested for so far in the new Sprintcar season in and around Victoria. After what has been a difficult 2020-2021 season in the world of sprintcar racing the SRA of Vic Inc is heading into the new season ready to resume with all the normal Blue Ribbon events along with the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series and other events.
  • This Friday Night will see Premier Speedway host its final night of the 2020-21 Racing Season with a full card of racing set to feature 360 Sprintcars, Wingless Sprints and Junior Formula 500’s.
  • It seems like forever since Sprintcars last graced the Archerfield Speedway clay, with wet weather forcing the abandonment of multiple events over the last month or so, no doubt leaving drivers and fans equally frustrated at the lack of action. However, the wait is (almost) over because Sprintcars return this Saturday night (April 17) for round ten of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. All the familiar faces of the ECL championship will be back on track, almost all of whom have thus far been confined to a supporting role as Lachlan McHugh has dominated the series, winning 10 of the 13 feature races staged in Brisbane this season. Also on another massive program is round nine of the TFH Midget Series, along with Wingless Sprints, Formula 500s, Lightning Sprints and Modlites, with upwards of 140 competitor nominations ensuring another massive program of events.
  • Nominations are now open for the 2021 Qld Sprintcar Title, to be held at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba speedway on Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th April.
  • A late decision to contest the final Sprintcars SA Club show of the season at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway paid off for Luke Dillon as he led all 30 laps in the non-stop main event after starting from the pole. In only his second start of the season Dillon dominated the night’s action as he set the quickest lap in qualifying (11.259 seconds) before winning his opening heat. The only time that the #81 Action Line Marking Triple X wasn’t up front was in heat 3, where he recorded a third placed finish.
  • Tickets will be available for purchase up until midnight on Thursday night for this Friday’s final race of the 2020-21 Premier Speedway season, with a huge ensemble of 98 cars entered across the three divisions which include 360 Sprintcars as a part of the Triple Crown Series, Wingless Sprints and Junior Formula 500’s.
  • 21 year old Rusty Hickman added his name to the record books taking out the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometer’s All Star Series Championship. Not only is he the youngest driver to win the Championship he also repeated his Dads victory in the inaugural season back in 2008 making them the first father and son team to win the elite honour.
  • The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria’s 360 Triple Crown Series as presented by A Plus Powder Coating, will rock Sungold Stadium on Friday, yes Friday April 16, 2021 along with the Wingless Sprints and all of the excitement of the up-and-coming talent of the Junior Formula 500 ranks!
  • On a balmy 30 degree night in front a huge crowd in what can only be described as a nail biter the 30 lap main was won on the last corner of the last lap when popular Phil Lock passed Rusty Hickman to win the G1 Logistics 360 Easter Nationals. The veteran racer used his years of experience sitting back and watching what was playing out ahead of him with SA10 Steven Caruso and V40 Rusty Hickman sliding each other lap after lap for the lead smoking their tires.
  • The 2021 Easter Sprintcar Trail reached its conclusion at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway Warrnambool with thanks to presenting partners Anderson Bob Cat Service, with Darren Mollenoyux claiming a second A-Main win for the weekend, while Jock Goodyer’s second place finish was enough to secure the Tasmanian Young Gun the overall Easter Trail points bonus ahead of Marcus Dumesny and Tate Frost.
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