West Australian, Bronty Fraser is traveling to her first National Title as a competitor, when she competes in the National Junior Sedan Title, next Friday and Saturday night, at the 7mate Northline Speedway.
Fraser, your younger sister of Josh Fraser who competed in a host of National Titles, has been to almost every National Title in the last ten years, but is looking forward greatly to competing in her first.
The sixteen year old, from Bullsbrook in Perths northern suburbs, has had a consistent season to date. Considering I have a new car to get use to I am going pretty good. Learning the car is my main focus for now but it is going really good. The WA state title was the second time out in the new car, so because of electrical problems we did not go too well but I am happy to say I found my grips in the C main, and found my grips in the new car, Fraser said.
Like many Junior competitors, the competition is one aspect of the weekend, the other is meeting up with friends. I can not wait to race against all my friends nation wide and create new friendships. National titles are always so much fun with friends, Fraser adds.
Fraser believes Todd Atkins or Jorj Park will be the drivers to beat. Both of them have been doing good this season and after bringing Todd over for the WA state title it has made me realise again how strong of a driver he is, Fraser said.
Fraser will be driving a Toyota Corolla in the Title.
Bronty Fraser loves the traveling and the friendship, coming from a very strong racing family, with her ambition to be the first girl over the line at the National Title.
I would like to say a huge thank you to my dad for putting so much time and effort into building me a new car, and enabling me to travel for my favourite sport as much as I have.
Fraser would also like to thank her sponsors. Podium Engines Nationwide Signs Blights Auto Electrics Goldfields Pest Control The Nest Hair Boutique Westar Excavators
The National Junior Sedan Title officially gets underway next Thursday with official scrutineering and practice. Eighteen qualifying heats will be held on Friday night and a further six qualifying heats to be held on Saturday night. Racing will commence at 6.25pm CST, with Live Streaming, Live Audio, Race Monitor, Speedhive, along with comprehensive reports all part of the coverage.
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