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Robbie Farr has finally etched his name on the Will Power 500 trophy in sensational fashion at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway’s Ultimate Pink Night after the race has eluded him in the past two years.
“Toowoomba’s Best Family Night Out” turns pink this Saturday as Queensland’s Speedway community converges on Charlton for the third annual Ultimate Pink Night where women of all ages are free.
The Management of Hi-Tec Oils Speedway have had a number of enquiries about an entrant on the nominations list posted earlier, as "NP 4 Santa Claus."
Teenage Sprintcar prodigy Michael “Buddy” Kofoid is the next ‘next-gen’ superstar to head to Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway with the 16-year-old locked in for a series of races at the iconic Parramatta clayway.
Monte Motorsports driver James McFadden dominated the field in the 30-lap final at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway to claim his first South Australian Sprintcar Championship. After moving up from the bronze shootout to the pole position McFadden capitalised on his front row start to win the OTR / Hungry Jacks Murray Bridge supported finale ahead of Brad Keller and USC SA Series points leader Robbie Farr, who recorded his third successive podium result at the South Australian venue this season.
Legendary rock group KISS front man Paul Stanley once famously said “if you love us, God love you. If you hate us, God love you. If you’re in the middle…get out!”
Steven Lines, Robbie Farr, Matt Egel, Luke Dillon, Brad Keller and Jamie Cobby all have one thing in common and that is they are all previous South Australian Sprintcar Champions and between them they have held the title for over a decade. This Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway any one of these six drivers will have the chance to etch their name into the record book once again but to do so they will need to defeat one of the strongest ever State Championship fields as a total of 38 drivers will make the trek to Murray Bridge for round 3 of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA.
Hi-Tec Oils Speedway's Ultimate Pink Night has been postponed to December 16. Stay tuned for more details!
The Murray Bridge Sporting Car and Motorcycle Club, in conjunction with Made To Go Pty Ltd has continued the recent improvements at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway with the confirmation that they will be adding permanent individual seating at the venue.
A striking field of over thirty Ultimate Sprintcars will contest the 3rd Annual Will Power 500 this Saturday as part of Hi-Tec Oils Speedway’s Ultimate Pink Night.
Toowoomba’ Speedway racers have united under one banner as the covers have come off the new “Toowoomba Top Guns” logo ahead of this weekend’s Ultimate Pink Night at Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, Charlton.
Sammy Walsh scored his third Sid Hopping Shootout main event success at Valvoline Raceway to narrowly lead home James Thompson in second place and Jordyn Brazier third in a thrilling 30-lap final.
Muswellbrook USC Sprintcar racer Andrew Wright returns to active driving duty at Valvoline Raceway this Saturday night after a lengthy absence due to an injury sustained on January 5 this year in Brisbane.
For the second year in a row Robbie Farr has emerged victorious in the “The Ultimate Pink Night” at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway after surviving a late race charge from Matt Egel. With three laps remaining Egel surged to the front with a spectacular move in turn four only to throw the lead away a lap later handing the lead back to Farr and in the process, he edged into the lead of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA after two rounds.
James Thompson, Darren Kane, John Lodge and AJ McTaggart were big winners at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway last night scoring the #1 spot in their respective Ultimate Sprintcar, V8 Super Sedans, AMCA National and Lightning Sprint main events.
Despite the sun currently shining through the clouds over the speedway, the forecast for Saturday of 95% chance of 15-25mm leaves us with no choice but to cancel "TBar Gets UTE-illized" featuring Ultimate Sprintcars, Late Model Muscle Cars and Production Sedans.
Central Coast racer Alex Orr returns this Saturday night to contest the second round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW at Valvoline Raceway.
Local hero Ryan Jones drove one of the races of his career last night (Saturday October 7) as he led all 30 laps at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway to win the opening round of the USC SA, which doubled as the Sunnyside Instant Lawn Bill Wigzell Battle of the Bridge. After starting on the outside of the front row Jones shot into the lead on the start ahead of pole sitter Robbie Farr and held on in a pressure filled race on what was one of the toughest race tracks seen at Murray Bridge for quite some time.
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