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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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • World Series Sprintcar champion Steven Lines proved too strong for the locals when he stormed to victory in round two of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (October 19). On a track juiced up by heavy rain earlier in the day, Lines chased Brent Kratzmann for more than 20 laps before taking the lead when Kratzmann whacked the back straight wall and exited the contest. In another breathtaking display, Luke Oldfield surged from the outside of row four to secure second spot ahead of Ryan McNamara, Aaron Kelly and Bryan Mann.
  • Racing action returns to Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway this weekend when one of Australia’s most accomplished Sprintcar competitors will take on the local stars in round two of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. South Australian hotshoe Steven Lines will have opening round winner Kevin Titman in his sights when he hits Brisbane on Saturday night (October 19). With several regulars making their first appearance for the season, along with the addition of several new competitors and others returning after an extended absence, Lines will face off against a stacked field in his bid to secure feature race success for Queensland-based car owner Dave Horrall. Another strong line-up of AMCA Nationals will provide solid support in round two of their Shock Absorber Therapy Track Championship, with Compact Speedcars, RSA Sedans, Open Sedans and Formula 500 Juniors hitting the track for the first time to complete another packed program at Queenslands premier speedway.
  • The 2019/2020 Queensland speedway season got underway with a spectacular night of racing at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday evening (October 5). In front of a packed house, Kevin Titman dished up the best performance of his Sprintcar career with a dominant display in the opening round of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship. Having topped qualifying and then securing top-five results in both of his heats, Titman subsequently took out the Trax Tyre and Auto Dash to secure pole position for the feature, from where he proved unstoppable in leading all 30 laps. Australian champ Andrew Scheuerle climbed from 10th to finish second ahead of Luke Oldfield, with Lachlan McHugh surging into fourth after transferring from the B Main.
  • With practice and pre-season preparations complete, the moment of truth has arrived for competitors with the 2019/2020 Queensland speedway season getting underway this Saturday night (October 5) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Teams have been busy during the winter months upgrading and fine-tuning their machinery in preparation for this weekend, which features a massive opening night program of Sprintcars, Midgets, AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprints and Formula 500s, along with fireworks and two mighty Monster Trucks. In what is shaping as one of the biggest opening night line-ups for several seasons, more than 90 competitors have nominated for competition to launch the new season in style.
  • With race dates already confirmed for the 2019/2020 season of competition, the next piece of the puzzle has been set in place with confirmation of the various sponsors whose support will make it possible for Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway to again serve up a feast of speedway action. The Ausdeck Group will continue their association as naming rights partners, bringing a sense of continuity to the venue that enables the promotional team to focus their energies on delivering the best events for competitors and spectators alike.
  • As each speedway season winds down for the winter break, attention always turns to the new season to come and what each track has planned for the months ahead. As such, with the 2018/2019 season at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway having concluded on Saturday night, track management have finalised their 2019/2020 event schedule, which includes all the events you know and love, as well as some exciting new additions to the calendar. Sprintcars will again take centre stage, which is hardly surprising given the incredible racing they delivered throughout the 2018/2019 season, but there is plenty of variety amongst the scheduled racing categories to satisfy open wheel and sedan fans alike.
  • In what proved a fitting result for a variety of reasons, Peter Lack drew the curtain on his Sprintcar career with a stirring win in the final round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (June 1). Lack started the event from the outside of row four and worked his forward before pouncing through turn four with only one lap remaining to slip ahead of Andrew Scheuerle, who already had the track championship safely in his keeping. Allan Woods finished in third spot ahead of Michael Saller and Brent Kratzmann, with Kristy Bonsey surging to sixth after starting 11th.
  • It is Grand Final time this Saturday night (June 1) at Audeck Archerfield Speedway with the 17th and final round of racing for the 2018/2019 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. Whilst Andrew Scheuerle already has the track championship wrapped up, the final round will close out what has been a remarkable season of racing that has delivered fierce competition and breathtaking action. In fact, with Scheurele chasing his third consecutive feature race win and the minor placings in the championship still to be decided, it seems there might still be a few memorable moments yet to play out. Also featuring on a big season-ending program will be the Australian Lightning Sprintcar Championship and the Queensland Microsprint Championship, plus Street Stockers, Junior Sedans, Open Sedans and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans.
  • In a continuation of the brilliant racing that has been the hallmark of the 2018/2019 East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship, round 16 dished up another dazzling display of dirt track derring-do on Saturday night (May 25) as Australian champion Andrew Scheuerle held on to secure another win. In his penultimate Archerfield appearance before hanging up the helmet, Peter Lack stormed home to secure second spot ahead of Lachlan McHugh, who was spectacular again in delivering a mighty charge from 15th.
  • After a feast of sedan action last weekend, it is an all open-wheeler affair at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night (May 25) featuring the penultimate round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship. The final round of the Polar Ice Midget Track Championship is also part of the huge Crazy Night program that includes Fireworks and the annual Caravan, Boat and Dunny Derby, along Compact Speedcars and the Jettco Brisvegas Jackpot for Formula 500s.
  • Securing the result that he coveted more than any other, Australian champion Matt Pascoe delivered a devastatingly dominant performance at Ausdeck Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 18) to trounce a strong field and win the 53-lap race staged in honour of his father. Despite starting the GP53 Graham Pascoe Memorial feature race from position nine, Pascoe faced little resistance in advancing to the front of the field before clearing away to score an emphatic win. Despite a couple of mid-race restarts that brought him back to the field, Pascoe was more than seven seconds ahead of second-placed Sean Black at the chequer, with Justin Randall finishing in third spot ahead of Ash Bergmeier and Darryl Moon.
  • In what was a sublime exhibition of Sprintcar racing from all involved, Andrew Scheuerle emerged victorious in round 15 of the East Coast Logistics Track Championship at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (May 12), holding on to win under intense pressure from both Peter Lack and Lachlan McHugh. In a race that would see the 30 laps completed without interruption and with all 18 starters still running strongly at the chequer, a last corner pass from McHugh would see him charge around the outside of Lack to snatch second spot, with Kevin Titman and Brent Kratzmann rounding out the first five.
  • With over 110 competitors to contest almost 400 laps of racing, this Saturday night (May 11) at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway is shaping as a massive night of competition with drivers flocking from throughout Queensland and interstate to take part. Headlined by round 15 of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship in which Gold Coast gun Lachlan McHugh will make his first appearance as the newly crowned Queensland Sprintcar Champion, the show will also feature the 50-lap Jim Holden Classic for Midgets and the annual 50-lap feature race for Wingless Sprints, along with AMCA Nationals and Formula 500 Juniors.
  • There is a long-held tradition in Australian speedway of recognising the heroes of the sport and the drivers that have paved the way for the superstars of today. One of the ways in which our champions of the past are recognised is through the establishment of special events staged in their honour as a tribute to their achievements and the lasting impact, inspiration and influence they have had on the
  • Fresh from clinching his third Australian Championship, Matt Pascoe continued his winning ways at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (April 27) with victory in round 16 of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series. There was a feeling of familiarity for much of the feature with Darren Kane and Pascoe having cleared away from the field, only for Kane to strike trouble on lap 23 and exit, handing the lead to Pascoe, who would go on to finish ahead of Western Australian veteran Gary Higgs and Townsvilles Trent Wilson.
  • After the disappointment of an Easter washout, Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway fires up again this Saturday night (April 27) with a double-bill program that will see two current national titleholders in action. Just a week after clinching his third Australian Championship, Matt Pascoe heads the entry list for round 16 of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series while Kevin Britten, a four-time Australian Dirt Modified champion will face off against a highly credentialed field of rivals. As always, Archerfield will dish up a variety-packed program with Compact Speedcars, Lightning Sprints and Ford vs Holden vs Sigma sedans providing the supporting action.
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