Speedway Sedans News
The third round of the Super Sedan Summer Series will be held this Saturday night, at the Quit Bunbury Speedway, with a quality field entered for the South West venue.
Nominations close on Friday for the inaugural Speedway Sedans NSW, Junior Sedan Title at Heartland Raceway, Moama.
An incredibly strong field has entered for this Saturday nights Production Sedan Collie Championship, which doubles as the second round of the Southwest Production Sedan Series.
Peter Nicola has won the opening round of the Fun City Victorian Super Sedan series held at Heartland Raceway Moama on Saturday night.
Barry Rose last night claimed the Production Sedan feature at Bunbury Speedway after taking his chances when they appeared before racing away from the rest of the field.
Rain was a big winner last night washing out five events around Australia.
The Feature race for Street Stock was deemed a no race in the end by officials on Saturday night at the Solo Hobart Speedway, when multiple significant crashes in the opening laps wrecked numerous cars.
Street Stock return to Solo Hobart Speedway on Saturday night, with an excellent field entered, with several drivers returning for the first time this season.
A great field of Modified Sedans have entered for this Saturday night at the Hi Tec Oils Raceway, Toowoomba, for Ultimate Pink night.
Ballarats Redline Raceway will play host to the annual King of the Mount for Street Stock this Saturday night, with in excess of fifty entries received.
Super Sedans return to Nowra for the second round of the GJ Gardner Homes Series, with a small yet competitive field set to do battle on Saturday night.
The opening round of the Fun City Entertainment Complex, Victorian Super Sedan Series, will be held this Saturday night at the Heartland Raceway, Moama, with an excellent field entered.
The Street Stock racing at the Quit Collie Speedway was outstanding on Saturday night, with Paul Briggs winning the twenty lap main event.
Ben Riley remains undefeated this season at the Gulf Western and Independent Oils Raceway, Latrobe, when he won his second consecutive Feature race at the venue on Saturday night.
Jamie Oldfield dominated action at Manjimup Speedway on Saturday night, winning three heats from three starts en route to claiming the twenty five lap Street Stock Stampede feature event.
West Australian Production Sedan Champion, Drew Ogle proved at the Quit Collie Speedway on Saturday night, he will be very hard to be in the upcoming West Australian Production Sedan Title at the Coalfields venue, after he won the Feature event in a high quality field.
A week after being the runner up in the opening round of the Super Sedan Summer Series, Gary Higgs has dominated the second round of the series at Les Gorman Park, Mt Barker in the Great Southern of Western Australia on Saturday afternoon, winning all three of his qualifying races, before leading all the way in the Feature event.
Brad Herbert is becoming a force in Modified Sedan ranks, winning his third successive Modified Sedan Feature, when he won in a thrilling finish at the Gulf Western and Independent Oils Raceway on Saturday night.
Tim Atkin returned to Production Sedan racing for the first time this season, and made an immediate impression, when he won the Production Sedan Australian Grand Prix, at the Ian Boettcher Race Parts, Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night.
Brad Herbert will be aiming to win his third successive Modified Sedan A Main tomorrow night at the Gulf Western and Independent Oils Raceway.
Today marks 10 years of writing for Speedway Sedans Australia, with my first story posted on the website on 8 November 2008.
The second round of the Super Sedan Summer Series will be held this Saturday at Les Gorman Park, Mt Barker, with another big field entered.
This Saturday night at the Ian Boettcher Race Parts, Kingaroy Speedway, the Production Sedan Steering and Suspension Warehouse, Australian Grand Prix will take centre stage, attracting in excess of thirty entries for the event which boasts $6000 in Prizemoney.
Another big field of Street Stock have entered for this Saturday nights event at the Gulf Western and Independent Oils Raceway, Latrobe, with in excess of twenty entries received.
Chris Pavlovich has started in the best possible fashion, by taking out the twenty lap A Main at the Narrogin Speedway, in the opening round of the Super Sedan Summer Series.
Troy Russell proved too good at Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway on Saturday night, winning the 50th Anniversary Meeting, Street Stock Feature Race, leading all the way.
Ardie Jonic has successfully defended his Northern Territory Junior Sedan Title at the Arunga Park Speedway, Alice Springs, on Saturday night, just the second driver in the history of the event to do so.
The second round of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series supported by B and J Car Sales, promised plenty, and duly delivered plenty on Saturday night at the Rockhampton Speedway.
Brad Herbert has taken out his second Modified Sedan A Main in as many weeks, when he won an entertaining and action packed event at the Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway on Saturday night.
The closest finish of the season anywhere in Australia occurred on Saturday night in the Junior Sedan A Main at the Perth Motorplex, with the winning margin, a mere 0.009.
Redline Raceway played host to a large field of Street Stock on Saturday night, attracting some of the biggest names in Australia.
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This Saturday night the Super Sedan Summer Series in Western Australia commences at the Narrogin Speedway with a good field entered for the season opener.
The field for the Northern Territory Junior Sedan Title will be in the final stages of arriving for this Saturday nights title at Arunga Park, Alice Springs.
Practice 1, 6 Laps: 1. NT1 Ardie Jonic 19.505, 2. NT17 Jack Yates 20.422, 3. S10 Tyson Greig 21.210, 4. S112 Drew Flatman 21.260. 5. S57 Mitchel Greig 22.808, 6. NT66 Brodee Everett 24.667
The 50th Anniversary Celebrations meeting at the Cranes Combined Carrick Speedway has seen massive entries across all categories, none more so than the Junior Sedan field, which will have the biggest ever field for a race meeting since Junior Sedans first started in Tasmania, outside of a National Title.
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