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Australian Wingless Sprint Racing (AWSR) are excited to announce that Kalgoorlie International Speedway in Western Australia has been confirmed as the venue to host the 2019-20 season Australian Wingless Sprint Championship.
V8 DIRT MODIFIEDS
The return of three-time Australian Champion Mark Robinson certainly shook things up for the V8 Dirt Modifieds class this season, with the Lismore, NSW-based racer demonstrating that there’s something to be said for experience when it comes to achieving results.
In what was his first hit out in almost three months, teenager Rusty Hickman returned to the driver’s seat in strong fashion during last Friday and Saturday night’s 410 Sprintcar doubleheader at Darwin’s Northline Speedway in the Northern Territory, capping the weekend with a pleasing result.
410 Sprintcar racer Braydan Willmington has managed to achieve his childhood dream of racing speedway in America over the past month, and he certainly did his country proud with a string of impressive performances throughout the state of Indiana.
To say that youngster Ardie Jonic had more to contend with than just his competitors on track would be quite the understatement as he raced through the pain barrier, caused by a broken ankle, throughout last weekend’s third CAMS PAYCE Australian Formula 4 Championship round at his home track: Ipswich’s Queensland Raceway.