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A total of six Australian drivers are currently busy preparing for this weekend’s Knoxville 360 Sprintcar Nationals at Knoxville Raceway, and we here at Totally Speedway have gone about to preview the chances of the half-a-dozen drivers that are hoping to make it back-to-back Australian Knoxville 360 Sprintcar Nationals wins.
This past week has been a quite busy one for the Australian racers when it comes to America, following Lynton Jeffrey claiming the spoils at Knoxville Raceway on the weekend and James McFadden currently racing the clock to get over to America to defend his Knoxville 360 Sprintcar Nationals crown.
Totally Speedway’s Daniel Powell recently sat down with Speedway Australia’s general manager Tim Savell (pictured right with Sport Development Officer Adam Brook), to chat about all things regarding speedway. Here’s the second and final part of this interview.
Former Sydney-based Sprintcar racer Scott Hourigan was a man that called a spade a spade and someone whose passion for his family and friends was only matched by his passion for speedway racing.