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Back-to-back 410 Sprintcar feature-race wins have been the perfect way for Chace Karpenko to begin his 2018 season campaign at his home track: Darwin’s Northline Speedway.
While 2017-18 certainly hasn’t been the best of seasons for Peter Lack and the GW Racing team, it couldn’t have finished on a more positive note last Saturday night, with Lack making a return to victory lane in the final East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Series round at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway.
Former Victorian Champion Justin Paull scored the biggest win of his career with a come-from-behind win in the 1 Stop Property Services Australian Compact Speedcar Championship at Rushworth Speedway in Victoria on Saturday.
Teenager Carly Walsh continued her domination of the Salt Electrical Ladies of the Dirt Series, after last Sunday afternoon at Darlington’s Mid-Western Speedway scoring her third victory in a row in the penultimate round of the series, presented by The Butchers Cut, Cobden.
Making the huge step into 360 Sprintcars from Speedway Karts at the beginning of the 2017-18 season off the back of an opportunity from fellow racer Scott Johnston, Libby Ellis has thoroughly enjoyed her debut with the class, having received great encouragement from her more experienced counterparts.
Canberra’s Michael Stewart capped what was a sensational 2017-18 season by coming away with the bulk of the Speedcar Association of NSW presentation awards that was held at the Campbelltown Catholic Club in the south-west of Sydney last night.