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Attracting what was the finest field of 410 Sprintcar racers to Darwin’s Northline Speedway in close to a decade, the 2018 Chariots of Thunder Series created so many memorable moments throughout the fortnight of action.
Commencing what is set to be a massive weekend of motorsport in the Northern Territory, this Thursday night will see the Arunga Park Speedway track light up for the second annual Dance in the Desert event, with home-town hero James McFadden leading a hot field of 410 Sprintcars into battle.
Almost a decade after stepping away from the sport of speedway to focus on other motorsport activities, Brent Fox made the decision to return to his roots and re-join the dirt track scene, which is a decision that is already reaping rewards.
The 2018 Chariots of Thunder blasted into action last Friday and Saturday night at Darwin’s Northline Speedway in the Northern Territory and it continues this Friday and Saturday night with the final two rounds of the exciting four-round 410 Sprintcar series. The team at Totally Speedway has put together 5 things they learned from the weekend that we can take into this weekend.
For the second season in a row, NSW has won the Northern Territory Wingless Sprint Title, with last weekend’s 2018 running of the event at Darwin’s Northline Speedway going the way of Nathan Dicker.