Once the Christmas festivities are done, it’s time to put on the fireproof Racesuit, jump into the chrome moly rocketship and battle it out at the opening round of the ENZED World Series Sprintcar Championship at the Speedway City race track in Adelaide on Boxing Night.
The christmas period is one to enjoy, relax and spend some quality time with family and loved ones. For the Hardin
West coast Sprintcar star David Priolo has contested six events so far this season and has been right on the pace on every single occasion.
For the 2014-15 season David Priolo Motorsport has teamed up with Watson's Express Transport and the #8 projectile has a new red livery and is running alongside Robert Watson Jr and Ken Sartori in a powerful new team.
Priolo has been right on
In July 2014 at the famed Eldora Speedway, Australia’s very own Kerry Madsen was crowned a King, having just taken out the prestigious King’s Royal when he led home the very best Sprintcar drivers in the world, saluting the judge ahead of Donny Schatz and David Gravel.
In becoming the first Australian to capture a King’s Royal Crown, Madsen did it emphatically having been so close to
Huge, massive, gigantic schedule of race events
Friday 26 December 2014 – Boxing Day
Archerfield Speedway, Queensland - #1 USA Sprintcars incorporating #7 Supercheap Autos Sprintcar Series
Avalon Raceway, Victoria – SRA Victoria Open Sprintcar Series
Carrick Speedway, Tasmania
Wingless Sprints Tasmania - #3 Bearing Tasmania Series
Granite Rock Speedway, Ba
The Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series keeps the momentum going with round five at Avalon Raceway Lara with another big field of entries on Boxing night, heading the list is the new Series points score leader Daniel Pestka along with Brett Milburn, Nick Lacey, Rod Matthews, John Vogels and Jamie Veal for what is traditionally one of the big rounds of the Series.
Both Brett Mil
Just a week after picking up a win in his first outing with his D&B Goodyer Developments team, Ian Madsen and company were in action at the Premier Speedway on Saturday nigh and picked up a fourth place finish.
“Our goal was to get good laps at the speedway before the Classic, and I believe we did just that,” Madsen said.
With 62 cars on hand with the same goal in mind, Madsen
With the richest 360 A Main purse in Australia the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Challenge is being held at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway on January 17th 2015, nominations are now open for this event.
With $6000 to win and $600 to start the show now has a total payout of $23,000 on the A Main for the running of the 5th annual event.
Any competitor interested in co
By his own admission, Toby Bellbowen just wants to race. The 20 year old, who hails from Cranebrook, a suburb in Sydney’s greater west, lives and breathes racing.
There is rarely a time when racing is not on Toby’s mind and that’s the way he likes it.
This kid is one determined racer.
Determined to succeed.
And won’t give up till the job is done.
To understand how Toby go
Following the Christmas break the AHG Sprintcar Series roars back into action with a double header feast of racing action at the Perth Motorplex (December 26) and the Quit Bunbury Speedway (December 27).
Rounds 6 and 7 of the season long tournament will mark the halfway mark of the competition and the battle for those all-important points will be on in earnest.
Daniel Harding leads
If there is one thing that Jackson Delamont can’t be caught out for, it is not being prepared.
After the washout at Valvoline Raceway back on December 6, Jackson had the car home, unloaded, checked over and loaded up again in plenty of time for this Friday’s Australian Grand Prix at Valvoline Raceway.
“We like to be ready nice an early so we have the best possible lead-up to the e
By his usual standards, Blake Skipper has had a quiet start to the season. At the last completed show back in November however, he found some car speed which was a vast improvement. Using the last few weeks to make sure things are right, Blake is itching to get back on track.
It all ramps up this Friday, Boxing Day, when Blake, along with fifty other Australians, will take on American
For so many years the names Dumesny and Tatnell have been a part of all the major Sprintcar events as held here in Australia. Whether that be vying for a World Series Sprintcars Championships, National Titles or the coveted silverware of the Lucas Oil Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic.
With six Classic Titles between them and three apiece Max Dumesny and Brooke Tatnell are a part of the
On either side of the globe, it’s a kind of Groundhog Day situation for St. Mary’s Sprintcar driver Ian Madsen.
The main difference between his life and that of Bill Murray’s in the movie is that Ian’s day reaches speeds of over 200kph and it’s an ongoing reality that he’s very happy to continue.
Each day the focus is the same – he has to beat the Americans.
Be that on their home
Ask any fan or driver in NSW Sprintcar circles to name the two most prestigious races on the calendar and you can bet one of them will be the NSW Championship and the other will be the Valvoline Australian Sprintcar Grand Prix.
The Valvoline AGP is an institution on the calendar and has been contested by the world’s best Sprintcar drivers in its 35 year history.
This Friday night,
As the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series have done for the past 7 years the series heads down to Nyora SpeedBowl on December 27th to celebrate Christmas in Gippsland.
Making the long trip across the border from South Australia will be current Series leader Scott Bogucki in the SA75 Bartlett’s Auto’s Cool and SA71 Sam Putland’s Cairns Coconut Resort Triple X both will more
IF there was such a thing as a “fear gland” in the human body, Jac Haudenschild was born without one.
The now 55-year-old American Sprintcar racing legend, who began his dirt-racing career in 1974 as a fresh-faced teenager, still gives his fans and his car owners the unnerving feeling that anything could happen.
The term “white knuckle” and Haudenschild go hand in hand.