Murray Bridge Speedway news.
Penola’s Dave Gartner drove to an emotional third consecutive South Australian Super Sedan Championship and his fifth overall on Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge on Saturday night. On a weekend that was honouring the life of Bill Miller, with a big double header of Sedan racing in South Australia, the 30-lap final ran flag to flag with Gartner setting a new track record stopping the clocks with an incredibly spooky time of 7:07.7 seconds!
Last night Jamie Veal finally put his #35 Maxim into victory lane the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway as he claimed the opening round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship Chase. After starting from position four in the 30-lap finale, that also doubled as the Ross Wright Sprintcar Memorial, Veal fell back to fifth early in the race only to run down early race pace setters Robbie Farr and Darren Mollenoyux to win his first ever MMS feature event in what was a great season finale for the Sprintcars at the venue.
Luke Dillon stands on the brink of creating history tomorrow night at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway as he leads the inaugural USC SA point score.
This Saturday night (March 11) the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge will host the South Australian V8 Dirt Modified Championship that will incorporate Round 2 of the 5 Star Dirt Series supported by Speedway Australia. The event will also pay tribute to one of South Australia’s longest serving Hot Rod / Dirt Modified competitors as the Title will be part of the Ross Wright Memorial night that will also include both 360 and 410ci Sprintcars.
For the second consecutive event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway some of the biggest names in Australian Sprintcar racing will feature as they race to honour a local legend as they contest the Ross Wright Sprintcar Memorial. Not only will the 410ci Sprintcars be in action but the night will also include two other classes that Ross competed in as the 360ci Sprintcars will also be on the program along with the V8 Dirt Modifieds, who will be racing for the South Australian Championship.
Robbie Farr continued his reign as the South Australian Sprintcar Champion last Saturday night (February 25) as he survived a torrid 30 lap feature event at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway at Murray Bridge. After finishing third in the top 8 dash Farr consequently started third for the main event but after two major accidents on the opening laps Farr eventually took the green flag on the front row but he didn’t take the lead until lap 18 when race leader Luke Dillon succumbed to a deflating left rear tyre.
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