Murray Bridge Speedway news.
Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway in Murray Bridge South Australia is pulling on a Guinness Book of World Records attempt in April 2018.
With the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway season coming to a close, preparations are well underway for next season including the introduction of a new corporate area on the turn 1 hill, which will provide a breathtaking view of the action.
Speedcars Australia Incorporated in conjunction with Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway, are pleased to announce the allocation of the 77th Australian Speedcar Championship to Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway for Friday 9th & Saturday 10th of February 2018! This will be the first time this prestigious event hits Murray Bridge Speedway since season 2008-2009 where American Kevin Swindell took the crown; and will no doubt thrill race fans once again with a mix of local and international stars!
Queenslander Aidan Raymont is the new South Australian Modified Sedan Champion after winning an entertaining 30 lap finale at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway in the early evening on Sunday (April 23). After sharing the top of the points chart with former Champion Mark Carlin the pair started on the front row with Carlin getting the jump and leading for the opening 14 laps but a forceful move in turn two wrested the lead away with Raymont going on to win the decider ahead of current Australian Champion Brett Baxter and Victorian Kye Walters.
Queenslander Liam Williams secured back to back Australian Formula 500 Championships and his third overall last night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. After going into night 2 as the top qualifier he slipped back to position two for the 30-lap finale but it didn’t matter as he charged to the front to lead the entire journey defeating pole sitter Thomas Davies and hard charging Victorian Josh Buckingham.
Defending Australian Champion Liam Williams got his title defence off to a near perfect start as he claimed two heat race victories and a second in his opening three heat races of the 2017 Australian Formula 500 Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway. In addition to Williams ending the night as the top qualifier after the 18 heat races he also recorded a runner-up finish to Jack Bell in the non-points 20 lap Knight Before The Championship preliminary main event.
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Box 316 Murray Bridge SA 5253
Phone : (08) 8532 1150
Fax: (08) 8532 1012
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