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Last Saturday night’s NSW Compact Speedcar Title at Nowra Speedway was certainly a memorable and emotion-charged one for Mark Heaton, who claimed what was a fitting victory, which he dedicated to a family member who had passed away just prior to the event.
Having always been competitive in each class he’s contested, Jayden Peacock is certainly beginning to hit his stride during his second full season in 410 Sprintcars, with his 2017-18 season recently being highlighted by two consecutive podium results.
Mildura’s Timmis Speedway will this Saturday and Sunday night be the scene for the 2018 South Australian Wingless Sprint Title, and it’s going to be current Australian Champion Joel Chadwick who is on the hunt for a hat-trick of wins in the event.
V8 DIRT MODIFIEDS
Kevin Britten recorded a brilliant win in last Saturday night’s Cobar Steel supported 2017-18 season Australian V8 Dirt Modified Title at Moama’s Heartland Raceway and in the process achieved his third win in the event of his career.
The top-three finishers in last month’s 2018 Australian Wingless Sprint Championship, which took place at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway, have now been officially confirmed as they crossed the line, following the compulsory post-race engine checks.