Callum Harper still claims that the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway isn’t one of his favourite tracks, but he may be starting to develop a liking for the venue following his win in the Autopro Super Sedan Spectacular, a race that doubled as the John Dawson Memorial. After trailing Dave Gartner for the opening 25 laps Harper made his move for the lead as Gartner’s #8 started to fade leading the remaining 5 laps to win ahead of Gartner in what ended up being a controversial finish.
The 2018/19 Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway season will come to a close this Saturday night with the running of the Autopro Super Sedan Stampede. The race will also honour John Dawson, who was a great supporter of not only Super Sedans but South Australian Speedway in general, who lost his life after a battle with illness, and it will double as the inaugural John Dawson Memorial.
In front of a huge crowd at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge regular Street Stock racer Heath Thorne out duelled a field of 113 drivers to claim the $5000 to win U-Pull It Demolition Derby World Record Attempt. Unfortunately, the number came up 11 cars short of resetting the record, but the event was a great spectacle that had the crowd on their feet and cheering for more, and the good news is that Track Management has confirmed they will go for the record again in April 2020.
A huge night of action is set to unfold at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway this Saturday night with a high-quality field of Street Stocks set to do battle in the final round of the MJS Street Stock Series along with the U-Pull It Demolition Derby World Record Attempt.
Murray Bridge Speedway is just nine cars away from a Guinness Book of World Records moment.
Matt Egel scored victory in the final round of the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA last Saturday night at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge but it wasn’t enough to ‘bridge’ the gap to points leader and back-to-back champion Robbie Farr.
Following the highly successful South Australian Championship a fortnight ago the Wingless Sprints return to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway this Saturday night for their final appearance of the season. Currently the field comprises of 22 nominations and with a couple of the leading drivers competing interstate or opting to sit this event out, this Saturday night may provide a great opportunity for someone to capture their first Murray Bridge A-Main victory.
South Australian Sprintcar drivers Luke Dillon and Matt Egel are the only real mathematical chances of derailing Gold Coast based Sydneysider Robbie Farr’s attempt to go back to back in the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA series this Saturday night.
Victorian Daniel Storer is the new South Australian Wingless Sprint Champion after leading home his Brother Luke Storer in a dramatic finish to the 30-lap title final last night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. After sitting back in the fourth position for most of the race Daniel Storer capitalised on a lap 25 red light stoppage to pounce on the leading trio shortly after the restart with a magnificent outside pass to claim the Championship.
Western Australian Tom Payet stamped himself as a serious title contender after winning the 25 lap Preliminary A-Main at the 2019 South Australian Wingless Sprint Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Friday night. After starting from the pole Payet led all 25 laps and in the process, he set a new track record for the race distance.
This Friday and Saturday night the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway will host a big weekend of racing with the 2019 South Australian Wingless Sprint Championship and the annual Ross Wright Sprintcar Memorial. The Wingless Sprint State Title has attracted a massive 48 car field with some of the best drivers from four Australian States while the “Ross Race” will see over 20 360ci Sprintcar drivers battling it out for the prestigious race, that also doubles as the penultimate round of the Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers Australian Allstars Series.
Matt Egel, Kaidon Brown and Clayton Pyne were jubilant winners of the Sprintcar, Speedcar and Late Model main events in the final round of the Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge tonight at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway.
Robbie Farr etched his name into the record books as the winner of the inaugural 60 lap Sprintcar race at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on what was a fantastic way to celebrate 60 years of racing at the iconic venue. After trailing early race leader Matt Egel for the opening 17 laps once Farr made the decisive move he wouldn’t be headed as he went on take an historic win ahead of Brad Keller and James McFadden.
Local hero Ryan Jones clean swept the opening night of the 60 for 60 Sprintcar event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway as he led from start to finish in the Preliminary A-Main to defeat Robbie Farr and Matt Egel. Jones was simply superb all night as he put in a clinical display as he set the fastest lap in his qualifying group before winning both of his heat races and leading every lap on his way to a dominant win in what also doubled as Round 5 of the Shadetec USC SA.
A Sprintcar race that has been 60 years in the making will take place this Saturday and Sunday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with the 60 Lapper, a race that will pay out $60,000 in prize-money to celebrate 60 years of the iconic South Australian venue.
Close racing, track records, minimal cautions and an early finish were the stories of the night on Saturday at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway Sportman Meeting. With six classes in action on the night the main attraction included Round 4 of the State Formula 500 Series and a healthy field of local Super Sedans.
Six racing categories ranging from the awesome V8 Super Sedans to the open wheeled Formula 500’s will take to the track this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. In all over 70 competitors have nominated to compete with some of the best drivers from across the State leading the entry lists for their respective classes.
It was a Victorian clean sweep of the podium in the 2019 Load 28 / Bonetti Transport and Hire South Australian AMCA National Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday February 9 as Darren McCarthy led home Dean Heseltine and Tim Reidy in the 30-lap finale.
The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway pit area will be filled with a range of racing vehicles this Saturday night (February 9) with the main feature being the Load 28 / Bonetti Transport and Hire South Australian AMCA National Championship, with drivers from four Australian states entered for what is the biggest race on the local AMCA calendar.
Following his win in the Zeke Agars Classic earlier this year Nick Hall wrapped up his second major V6 Sprint feature of the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway season as he captured the Des James Memorial at MMS last Saturday night. After starting on the front row Hall was as hot as the blistering afternoon sun as he dominated the 20-lap finale as he led every lap defeating Chris James and newly crowned South Australian Champion Melissa Crouch.
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