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Round three of the Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge – Presented by Moore Plant Hire produced a high quality of night of Speedway action for the large crowd that packed into the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge and they went home happy with two local racers taking out main events. Home-town hero Ryan Jones stormed to an empathic victory in the Bill Wigzell Battle of the Bridge Sprintcar main event while Ryan Alexander claimed the biggest Late Model feature race of his career. In the Speedcars it was Kaidon Brown who captured his third main event win in succession as he was a dominant winner after starting on the pole.
After a disappointing rain out in Toowoomba and an action-packed night at the Valvoline Speedway this weekend it’s Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway’s turn as they host round 3 of the Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge – presented by Moore Plant Hire. The “Challenge” features three of the most entertaining racing categories in Australian Speedway with 30 lap A-Mains for Sprintcars, Speedcars and Late Models.
The first of two rounds of the Hi- Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge will take place this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge with 29 Sprintcars, 16 Late Models and 10 Speedcars currently nominated. Included in the fields are some of the best drivers in Australian Speedway with competitors from five Australian States including no less than 8 drivers who at some point have held an Australian Championship during their racing careers.
Robbie Farr is the back to back Sid Hopping Shootout winner for 2019/2020 almost thirty years to the day since his first ever podium result at Sydney’s Liverpool Raceway in 1989.
Matt Jackson, Clayton Pyne and Jamie Veal won the Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge Speedcar, Late Model and Ultimate Sprintcar main events at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway last night.
Two of Knoxville Raceway and American Sprintcar racing’s fresh new talents have expressed their keen interest in racing in Australia this summer.
Australian Sprintcar Champion Andrew Scheuerle kicks off a hectic 2019/2020 season at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway this Saturday night and preparations for the first hit-out at “T-Bar” come at the same time as news of another new challenge for the A1 are unearthed.
Collectively they are some of the hottest new talents in Australian Sprintcar Racing and they’re headed out on the road to contest the 2019/2020 Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge soon.
American Sprintcar superstar Aaron Reutzel is a spectacular and somewhat shock inclusion in the 2019/2020 Ultimate Sydney Speedweek at Valvoline Raceway this summer.
American Sprintcar superstar Brad “The Big Cat” Sweet is ready.
You know this season we’ve got some phenomenal Speedway racing coming your way!
Robbie Farr wrapped up his second consecutive Ultimate Sprintcar Championship QLD series over the BK Trading sponsored Easter weekend at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway.
The two final rounds of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship Queensland on Good Friday and Easter Sunday bought down the curtain on the Mitchell Motorsport Sprintcar team after more than 25 years on Australia’s dirt ovals.
Miami QLD young gun Lachlan McHugh stands at the gateway to his biggest Sprintcar moment yet this Easter weekend, but first he has to contend with a 33-car field and a battle with a Speedway icon.
Warrnambool’s Jamie Veal won the Grand Final A-Main of the season at Valvoline Raceway tonight but Sam Walsh secured the 2019 Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW with a strong second place finish – one critical spot ahead of his nearest series rival Robbie Farr.
Matt Egel scored victory in the final round of the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA last Saturday night at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge but it wasn’t enough to ‘bridge’ the gap to points leader and back-to-back champion Robbie Farr.
South Australian Sprintcar drivers Luke Dillon and Matt Egel are the only real mathematical chances of derailing Gold Coast based Sydneysider Robbie Farr’s attempt to go back to back in the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA series this Saturday night.
Robbie Farr etched his name into the record books as the winner of the inaugural 60 lap Sprintcar race at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on what was a fantastic way to celebrate 60 years of racing at the iconic venue. After trailing early race leader Matt Egel for the opening 17 laps once Farr made the decisive move he wouldn’t be headed as he went on take an historic win ahead of Brad Keller and James McFadden.
Local hero Ryan Jones clean swept the opening night of the 60 for 60 Sprintcar event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as he led from start to finish in the Preliminary A-Main to defeat Robbie Farr and Matt Egel. Jones was simply superb all night as he put in a clinical display as he set the fastest lap in his qualifying group before winning both of his heat races and leading every lap on his way to a dominant win in what also doubled as Round 5 of the Shadetec USC SA.
A Sprintcar race that has been 60 years in the making will take place this Saturday and Sunday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with the 60 Lapper, a race that will pay out $60,000 in prize-money to celebrate 60 years of the iconic South Australian venue.