The Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge conducted a meeting with a slight difference to open 2020 with a 20/20 racing format for both the Sprintcars and Wingless Sprints with Luke Dillon and Jake Ashworth claiming the overall victories in their classes.
This Saturday Night the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge will celebrate the new year with the return of the Sprintcars, with a unique 20/20 racing format that is sure to test the drivers and provide great entertainment for the fans. The night will see the Sprintcar drivers contest two all in 20 lap feature races with the overall winner being decided on a points system in The Murray Valley Standard sponsored event.
South Australian Brock Hallett defeated a list of his racing heroes to claim his maiden Sprintcar victory and a $20,000 payday at Murray Bridge Speedway last Friday night.
Due to the extreme weather that is expected in Murray Bridge today the start time for today’s final night of the opening round of World Series Sprintcars at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway has been changed. The general admission gates will now open at 4pm, with on track action expected to be
South Australian Luke Dillon has made a welcome return to form, winning the Preliminary Main Event of the first round of Queensland Speedway Spares World Series Sprintcars at Murray Bridge Speedway last night.
The Rural City of Murray Bridge will proudly present the opening round of the 2019/20 QSS World Series Sprintcars championship this Thursday and Friday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway. Currently the nomination list stands at 35 with drivers from all Australian states along with two highly talented American’s. Regular Murray Bridge visitor Cory Eliason from California and Pennsylvanian Lucas Wolfe, who will make is MMS debut headline the field that also includes Australian superstars Kerry Madsen, James McFadden, Brooke Tatnell, David Murcott and current WSS Champion Steven Lines.
Livewire Californian Sprintcar driver Cory Eliason is set to appear at several dates between Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway and sister track Valvoline Raceway between December 26 and January 11 during WSS at ’the Bridge' and the Ultimate Sydney Speedweek at Valvoline Raceway this summer, taking the American count to five and Californians to two in Sydney.
Meeting #8 of the 2019/20 Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway season took place last Saturday night with an all sections Sportsman Meeting with the main events being round 3 of the State Wingless Sprint Series and the thundering Super Sedans with Joel Heinrich and Kym Jury being the big winners on the night.
The final pre-Christmas meeting of the year will take the green this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge with a Sportmans Night with six racing categories on the program. The main feature of the night will be round 3 of the Wingless Sprint State Series with 24 nominations including the likes of last weekend’s winner and current South Australian Champion Daniel Storer, opening round winner Joel Heinrich, Anthony Tapley, Jake Ashworth, Keke Falland and Jack McCarthy.
James McFadden drove his Monte Motorsports #17 Maxim into victory lane last night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge to claim his second career USC SA feature win. On what was the Ultimate Pink Night – Presented by Autopro Murray Bridge, McFadden sat back and ran fourth for the opening stanza of the race and slowly moved his way to the front taking the top spot with four laps remaining.
The Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge will hold it’s annual “Ultimate Pink Night” supported by Autopro Murray Bridge this Saturday Night with the night featuring Round 2 of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA, Wingless Sprints, Modlites and Late Models. With the night supporting the National Breast Cancer Foundation all Women can enjoy the evening for FREE in the General Admission area with only a gold coin donation required in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
He’s one of the most explosive Sprintcar drivers not only in the country but these days on the planet as well.
Terry Pitt made a stunning return to Sprintcar competition on Saturday night as he drove to victory in Round 3 of the Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers Allstar Sprintcar Series – Presented By Ridley’s SA at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge. After sitting out the opening three Sprintcar shows crewing for his Brother Hayden, it was Terry’s turn behind the wheel, and he didn’t disappoint as he claimed his first Sprintcar main event win since February 2014 at Virginia.
A big open wheeled Speedway event will feature this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge with Round 3 of the Mainline Dynalog Dynamometers Australian Allstars Sprintcar Series, The Annual King of the Bridge Formula 500 race and Round 2 of the Blackjack Speedcar Series.
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.
Joel Heinrich celebrated his birthday a day early by winning the opening round of the Wingless Sprint State Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge on Saturday night. After starting from position 8 in the 25-lap final Heinrich made a rapid start moving into second within the opening 10 laps before using the top groove to run down early race leader Jake Ashworth taking the lead with only three laps remaining. With the race running flag to flag Heinrich also entered the record books as he set a new track record of 6:30.753.
Already this season the Wingless Sprints have produced some outstanding racing and it is sure to continue this Saturday night with the opening round of the Wingless State Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. The opening three club events has seen three different drivers greet the chequered flag and with a field of 30 drivers nominated for this weekend there is a great chance that, yet another competitor could add their name to the 2019/20 season winners list.
Matt Egel sent a message that was a loud and clear to all his South Australian Sprintcar rivals as he dominated the opening round of the Sprintcar Country Tri Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge on Saturday night. After starting from the second row Egel rounded up early race leader Ryan Jones with an exciting outside pass in turn four and then he went on to claim the win in the season opener ahead of pole sitter Luke Dillon and Daniel Pestka.
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