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  • Anthony Beare has t added another trophy to his already bulging cabinet as he claimed his first career Brett Johnson Memorial win at Karrathas Nickol Bay Speedway in WAs Pilbara region on Saturday night.
  • It may only be the preliminary night of action of the Brett Johnson Memorial at Karrathas Nickol Bay Speedway, but Australian Champion Anthony Beare and WA Champion Jack Barnewall held nothing back in the fifteen lap preliminary main tonight.
  • The Super Sedan Association have released the schedule for the 2019/2020 season, with fourteen rounds to be contested.
  • One of the biggest Street Stock events in the Pilbara region of Western Australia will be held this weekend and with a stout 44 car field, it is set to be a huge event.
  • Last Saturday night at the Calamvale Hotel, the Super Sedan Association held their presentation night, after another successful Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series.
  • Speedway Sedans Australia have won five awards at Saturday nights Speedway Australia Awards night, held at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
  • Speedway Sedans Australia have released a new National Title Format in what will allow for a number of further opportunities for a greater number of competitors who choose to compete at any of the SSA National Titles.
  • Long time Modified Sedan competitor Jeff Steele held strong in front of his home town crowd to lead every lap of the WA Modified Sedan Title and grab his first win in the event.
  • Broome local driver Jeff Steele has tonight won two from three heats in the opening day of competition in the WA Modified Sedan Title and in the process now leads the overall points score ahead of tomorrow nights final.
  • Speedway Sedans Australia today release what will be a significant step forward in the maintenance of specifications throughout all classes under the SSA umbrella. An exercise that, will through the continued efforts of maintaining an imperative and ultimately an area associated throughout all specification books, based around the construction of all roll cages and the minimum material specifications allowable for new cars from the 1st of July 2019 and into the future.
  • Brett Mills has tonight surprised many punters by recording the fastest lap in official practice at the Broome Speedway for the WA Modified Sedan Title.
  • The 2019 Speedway Sedan Digest Street Stock Gold Cup Series will get underway this weekend at the Carnarvon Speedway in conjunction with the annual “Stocksville” event.
  • Matty Pascoe has successfully defended his Queenland Super Sedan Title at the Bundaberg Motorplex on Saturday night, and in the process become the first driver in 22 years to win three consecutive titles.
  • The Queensland Super Sedan Title will be held tomorrow night at the Bundaberg Motorplex, with a very strong field entered for the re-run of the event, washed out earlier in the season.
  • An excellent field has entered for this Saturday nights, Frontier Cement Supplies, Northern Territory Street Stock Title, to be held at the Northline Speedway, Darwin.
  • Joel Berkley has capped off a brilliant season, a season in which he won the National Production Sedan Title, by winning the New South Wales Title on Saturday night at the Surfair Speedway, Moruya.
  • Matty Pascoe has won the GP53 Graham Pascoe Memorial for Super Sedans at the Ausdec Patios, Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night, a fitting result for the National Champion, to win the race in honour of his father.
  • Moruya Speedway will host the third last State Title of the season, with the running of the 2018/19 AMH Automotive group SSA NSW Production Sedan Title.
  • This Saturday night at the Ausdec Patios Archerfield Speedway, one of the biggest Super Sedan events on the calendar will be held, with the running of the GP53 Graham Pascoe Memorial, which has attracted an all-star cast from around the Country.
  • Two weeks ago, Tim Weir won one of the most amazing Modified Sedan B Mains, in National Title history. Last night, Weir won his first Queensland Modified Sedan Title, taking the lead just three laps from the finish.

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