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Queensland has long been the hotbed for National 4s racing in Australia, with five representatives from the Sunshine State clean sweeping this season’s rankings, headed by season standout Tim Weir.
From Alice Springs to the world stage, James McFadden certainly has come a long way since his Dirt Kart days, but later this month, the local turned internationally renowned 410 Sprintcar racer will return to his old stomping ground to take to the Arunga Park Speedway track for the $20,000 Dance in the Desert event.
After being one of Northern Territory’s leading 410 Sprintcar drivers in recent years, Chace Karpenko last Friday night at Darwin’s Northline Speedway finally achieved a career milestone he had been chasing for some time, and that was to win the Northern Territory 410 Sprintcar Title.
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.