After a gruelling Sprintcars SA Speedweek, that saw events at Whyalla, Mount Gambier and Bordertown, the Final Round at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday night unfortunately saw only 9 cars front for action. Due to the low car count the format was changed at the pre-event Drivers Meeting with Track Management deciding to run two heats followed by twin 20-lap features.
In hot, balmy conditions, the action on track was just as hot at Murray Bridge Speedway’s Boxing Night event.
As Christmas rolls around for another year, this also usually means that World Series Sprintcars will be rolling into town; however, like many other events nationwide, the series was unfortunately affected by Covid-19. Nevertheless, Murray Bridge Speedway is still set to go racing this Boxing Day Night - December 26th, 2020.
Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in conjunction with Made Too Go and Australian Wingless Sprint Racing (AWSR) is extremely pleased to announce that the 2021 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship will be going ahead in February as originally planned.
In addition to the Sprintcar Country Tri-Series, last Saturday night’s event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway included a further 9 racing categories, with a further 100 plus entries, with the main feature events being the Zeke Agars Classic for the V6 Sprints, Round 2 of the Formula 500 State Series and the second round of the State Modified Sedan Series.
Brad Keller continued his impressive return to Sprintcar racing with his second win in succession as he dominated the opening round of the Sprintcars SA Country Tri-Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. Throughout the night Keller remained unbeaten as he set the fastest time in his qualifying group, won his heat and then went on to lead all 25 laps of the A-Main, setting a new track record (5:51.815) in the process.
After a year away from the driver seat Brad Keller made a triumphant return to racing with an all the way win at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in only his second start back. Following a heat win and a second placing in his heats Keller started on the pole and then went on to dominate the A-Main, in what was Round 2 of the Sprintcars SA Tri-Series.
The South Australian Speedway season burst into life on Saturday night for the first time since the COVID enforced break with over 100 competitors in the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway pit area. The event featured eight racing categories with the main events being the 410ci Sprintcars and the Des James Memorial for V6 Sprints.
Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway’s 2020/2021 Season will officially kick off in October after a slight delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sprintcars SA has released their proposed calendar for the 2020/21 Sprintcar season with events set to begin in September and then conclude in April. The highlights of the South Australian season include five nights of World Series Sprintcars, including the first visit to the Whyalla Speedway, the Australian 360ci Sprintcar Championship at Murray Bridge and a return of the state-based USC SA and Tri-Series point championships.
With the situation surrounding the COVID-19 virus bringing the current speedway season to a sudden halt, plans are well and truly in motion for the season ahead in 2020/2021.
The final round of the MJS Street Stock Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge last Saturday night was dominated by Nigel Reichstein as he led all 30 laps in the finale. The feature race saw 15 laps contested in both directions but the mid race change didn’t phase the veteran racer as he held out Sam Brumfield, who held down the runner-up for the entre distance, and Mount Gambier’s Jayden Edwards, who fell to as low as fifth before clawing his way onto the podium.
The mammoth month of March racing at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge continues this Saturday night (March 14) with the Grand Final of the MJS Street Stock Series. After a big weekend of racing last weekend at Mount Gambier the State’s leading Street Stock drivers return to Murray Bridge as they attempt to gain maximum points in the final round of the tough five round state-wide campaign.
James McFadden has taken out the Rural City of Murray Bridge 60 4 60 at Murray Bridge Speedway after taking the lead in the second half of the race.
Well we've had two hectic nights so far in The Rural City of Murray Bridge 60 for 60 weekend at Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway and we've still got the big one to go for Ultimate Sprintcars tonight!
James McFadden may well be in the best form of his life.
This weekend's Wingless Sprints 60 Lapper, which doubles as the final round of the ultra-competitive Wingless Sprint Super Series will conclude over 2 nights at Murray Machining and Sheds, Murray Bridge Speedway and has attracted an extremely healthy field of sixty-eight drivers from all over the country.
The 13th meeting of the 2019/20 Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway season on February 29 saw a big program of events that included three feature categories with the South Australian Championships for the AMCA Nationals and Modlites and the John Dawson Super Sedan Memorial.
Racing resumes at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge this Saturday night on the unlikely date of February 29 with a Triple Title Night set to leap into action. The event will feature the now traditional tribute night to John Dawson with the John Dawson Super Sedan Memorial and the South Australian Championships for the AMCA Nationals and Modlites.
Matt Egel claimed his fourth career Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA round victory on Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge, on what proved to be a tough and controversial night.
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