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The USC Chase is on to Toowoomba!
After a five year absence, the legendary Max Dumesny will return to Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway this Saturday as part of the Chronicle Chase round.
Sydney’s dismal weather patterns have wreaked havoc on Valvoline Raceway’s season yet again forcing the cancellation of this Saturday night’s March 18 event.
Victorian Darren Mollenoyux is the current leader of the USC Chase after two solid performances last weekend (Murray Bridge USC SA and USC Victoria at Warrnambool) including the main event win at Premier Speedway Warrnambool on Sunday night.
Last night Jamie Veal finally put his #35 Maxim into victory lane the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway as he claimed the opening round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship Chase. After starting from position four in the 30-lap finale, that also doubled as the Ross Wright Sprintcar Memorial, Veal fell back to fifth early in the race only to run down early race pace setters Robbie Farr and Darren Mollenoyux to win his first ever MMS feature event in what was a great season finale for the Sprintcars at the venue.
Beau Ryan and the multiple Logie award winning Footy Show will visit Valvoline Raceway on Saturday night, April 1 to film the popular “Beau Knows” segment.
Luke Dillon stands on the brink of creating history tomorrow night at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway as he leads the inaugural USC SA point score.
For the second consecutive event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway some of the biggest names in Australian Sprintcar racing will feature as they race to honour a local legend as they contest the Ross Wright Sprintcar Memorial. Not only will the 410ci Sprintcars be in action but the night will also include two other classes that Ross competed in as the 360ci Sprintcars will also be on the program along with the V8 Dirt Modifieds, who will be racing for the South Australian Championship.
Valvoline Raceway’s planned event for this Saturday night (March 4) has been abandoned due to rain.
Robbie Farr continued his reign as the South Australian Sprintcar Champion last Saturday night (February 25) as he survived a torrid 30 lap feature event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge. After finishing third in the top 8 dash Farr consequently started third for the main event but after two major accidents on the opening laps Farr eventually took the green flag on the front row but he didn’t take the lead until lap 18 when race leader Luke Dillon succumbed to a deflating left rear tyre.
This Saturday night the Sprintcars will return to the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge with the running of the 2017 South Australian Sprintcar Championship. After having their last appearance rained out earlier this month the divers will be keen to put a great show as they attempt to win one of the biggest races on the domestic racing calendar.
An impressive list of 36 drivers has qualified for the various rounds of the 2016/2017 “USC Chase”.
If you’re in the market to lease a premium Sprintcar drive opportunity at Sydney’s iconic Valvoline Raceway with a top quality race team then this might be for you.
This Saturday night’s (February 11) Ultimate Footy Fan Night and USC NSW Round 17 has been cancelled due to the scorching heat-wave that is sweeping across Sydney and NSW.
With searing Sydney temperatures scorching the city’s West this weekend organisers of Valvoline Raceway are urging race fans, drivers, teams and officials to take precautions for tomorrow night’s 17th round of USC NSW.
Toowoomba’s own David Whell has claimed the race of his life by winning the Kratzmann Caravans Firecracker 50 at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway for round six of the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship.
Two of Australia’s Most Respected Engine Builders have weighed in on the strategy required to last the journey of this Saturday’s Kratzmann Caravans Firecracker 50 lap race.
James McFadden’s play for a third World Series Sprintcars Championship crown may just step up a notch this Saturday night when the WSS travelling high-wire act heads to Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway for one last time enroute to West Australia.
Gold Coast gun Luke Oldfield still holds the lead in the Queensland Ultimate Sprintcar Championship that he acquired in November, and with the December and January USC rounds abandoned, the Highland Park racer only to hold on to the lead for three more rounds to secure the title.