Speedway Sedans Australia News
Author : Allan Smallwood SSA Media
National Super Sedan Champion Matt Pascoe has taken victory in Australia’s Richest Super Sedan last night at the Gulf Western & Independent Oils Raceway in Latrobe Tasmania.
Pascoe withstood many challenges throughout the fifty lap main event from Callum Harper & Darren Kane with Pascoe recording his third victory in the event.
Mick Nicola Snr lost his right rear wheel while in fourth place on lap forty one with Harper retiring on lap forty three while battling for the lead.
Tasmanian Steve Latham followed Pascoe and Kane across the line with Townsville’s Trent Wilson & Victorian Jamie Collins rounding out the top five.
The Super Sedan racing across the two nights was a great advertisement for what lies over the next week on the Apple Isle.
The $3000 to win Super Sedan Stampede is next up at the Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway this Thursday 23rd January 2020 followed by the Grand National over two nights down at the Solo Hobart Speedway next weekend.
Official Result of the 45th Annual Super Sedan Grand Prix
Fifty Laps- 1. A1 Matt Pascoe, 2. Q36 Darren Kane, 3. T8 Steve Latham, 4. NQ44 Trent Wilson, 5. V34 Jamie Collins, 6. T61 Laura Davidson, 7. Q4 Leigh Williams, 8. T3 David Nichols, 9. W81 Gary Higgs, 10. T41 Adam Beechey, 11. Wayne Dillon (49), 12. N21 Darren Anning (49), 13. T18 Dwaine Sonners (48), 14. T29 Tim Johnson (48), DNF T22 Callum Harper, V3 Mick Nicola SNR, W36 Phil Barton, T6 Corey Smith, S47 Michael Miller, T71 Robert Bird, N57 Tyson Moon, W4 Lee Aylett, Q3 Matt Williams, Q26 Sean Black
Angryman Photography shot of Matt Pascoe won the Super Sedan Grand Prix for the third time last nigh