A small group of devoted volunteers dedicated their Saturday to completing the installation of the infield barriers last weekend, ensuring this weekend’s practice can go ahead.
However, while three working bees have been conducted, there are still projects to be completed and it is likely another working bee will be called in September.
The Executive and management sincerely thank
Weather update - 10am: As you can see by the photo, so far so good... The weather is looking okay for us at the moment. If anything changes we will provide an update.
Gates will be open from 2.30pm. Pit entry is just $30. We hope to get practice underway from around 4.15pm.
Just a few reminders:
The car park is now located in the Bitumen 'Go-kart' area and is $5. Unless you have alrea
Let’s face it, we’ve all grown up either playing with, or feeling envious of kids who had, a TONKA truck.
The original concept of the now legendary die-cast metal truck and toy range began with humble beginnings back in 1946 in Minnesota USA but now almost 70 years on it’s entrenched in the memories of generations of kids throughout the world.
And Aussie kids are no different.
Getting back to the NSL schedule over the weekend, Ian Madsen would finish in the second spot on Friday night at the Fairmont Raceway before finishing fifth during a make up race at the Huset’s Speedway on Sunday night, making it four consecutive Top-Five finishes with the NSL Series.
“We were disappointed with our Nationals performance, so we really wanted to come out strong over the
Riding the momentum from a very strong showing at the Knoxville Nationals, Kerry Madsen and his Keneric Racing/American Racing team earned their first World of Outlaws win of the season on Tuesday night at the Junction Motor Speedway in McCool Junction, NE.
“It was a relief to finally get our first series win of 2015,” Madsen said. “The guys have worked so hard all year and we have be
Members are reminded that the last of three off-season working bees will take place this Saturday 29th August from 8am.
“We really would like for all Murray Bridge members to consider assisting in getting the venue ready for the season by donating just a few hours of their time,” said General Manager Tim McAvaney on Thursday.
“We have had some good support from a loyal bunch of vol
The third annual Junior Development Day will be conducted at Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Sunday 6th September from 9am and all Junior Drivers are invited to attend – with or without their racecar.
The day will begin with a forum led by Track Manager Tim McAvaney and Chief Steward Kym Schrapel, outlining the season, expectations and race rules based on the Sp
Teams start to head up to darwin for the next 2 weekends racing. Team Hickman with Dion Bellman running his V40 and Corey Lincolns V8 on board and. Team Hoosier.<br/><br/>&l
This time last year the promise of a brand new era for the iconic once Parramatta City Raceway now Valvoline Raceway beckoned a new legion and an existing core base of fans into a new and exciting world.
With Made Too Go PL purchasing the ownership and management rights to the Speedway (in August 2014) and with only six weeks until the start of the 2014/2015 season it was hectic to sa
As we prepare for practice this coming Saturday, there are a few things you will need to know if you are heading out.
Firstly have a look at the photo below; you will see the major change is that the pit area now also includes the area where the 'usual' car park used to be. The front ticket box (that used to be general admission) will now be the Pit Ticket Box (for practice it will doub
THE Sprintcar Entrants Group will officially launch the 2015-16 AHG Sprintcar Series at Burswood on Swan on Sunday, September 20 from 9am to 2pm.
Plenty of planning has been done on the back of the successful 2014-15 season and the SEG wants to give all drivers and team owners who plan on contesting rounds of the series a heads-up.
Not only will the SEG outline the highlights of th
Speedway City is pleased to welcome back Jack Daniel's Racing as naming rights sponsor for the Australian 40-Lap Sprintcar Nationals on Saturday March 12, 2016.
The event enters its 11th year with Jack Daniel's Racing on board for 8 of those. "Jack Daniel's Racing have been a wonderful supporter of Speedway City and this race," said owner/promoter Wendy Turner.
V8 racer Shane van Gisbergen returns to his roots, tries out Andrew Scheuerle's sprintcar.
SHANE van Gisbergen has given himself a high-speed tune-up before returning to V8 Supercars action in Sydney this weekend.
He strapped into a 900-horsepower sprintcar for some serious dirt-track skids, returning to his motorsport roots and also ensuring he is pumped and primed for action at Sydne
Donny Schatz Roars to His Ninth FVP Knoxville Nationals Championship!
If anyone had any doubts as to whether or not Donny Schatz was going to earn his ninth Knoxville Nationals title, the North Dakota native made a statement by leading 50 laps flag-to-flag to win the 55th running of the FVP Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Store.
Making wholesale moves through traf
Over the winter months the Committee of Sprintcars SA have been working extremely hard to plan the upcoming season and after a series of discussions the club is proud to announce that Scotcher Race Fuels and Oils have agreed to be the naming rights sponsor for a statewide 360 Sprintcar series. The series will be contested over 8 rounds at 4 venues across the state and it will be known as
Lynton Jeffrey claimed the Speed Sport World Challenge Friday night, and in turn gained the 25th starting spot for Saturday’s 55th Annual FVP Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores! The Sydney, New South Wales, Australia native now residing in Prairie City, Iowa assumed the lead from James McFadden, who saw his power plant go up in smoke with two laps to go.