Kyle Hirst and Brooke Tatnell join King of Wings field Perth

Saturday night November 22nd Perth Motorplex race fan will get their first chance to see the 2014 King of the West Sprintcar Champion Kyle Hirst. The dual KWS Champion who hails from California will be running the Monte Motorsports Milwaukee Tools #WA17.

This is the transporter that will carry the Hirst Monte Motorsports race car pic credit Phil Jordison

This is the transporter that will carry the Hirst Monte Motorsports race car
pic credit Phil Jordison

Hirst will be joined by US based Aussie favorite the lad from San Soui in NSW Brooke Tatnell .

The powerful Kirkke Motorsports Team will provide the equipment again in 2014 so Tatnell can monster among other races the World Series Sprintcars.
Saturday night’s race in Perth will be the 33rd running of the Scardifields Smash Repairs “King of Wings “ , 40 laps of torrid racing can be expected .

Another to watch is Ryan Farrell, sensational local racer and seven times Western Australian Sprintcar Champion who has recently returned to the sport after a short time away. Never far from the front of any Sprintcar race Farrell can be expected to give nothing away to the visiting US based racers.

Along with Farrell the dark horse in the field might well be Shaun Bradford, seasoned racer who has figured strongly in WA Sprintcar shows this season.

Shaun Bradford #WA57

Shaun Bradford #WA57

Previous King of Wings champions in the field are Tatnell, Ryan Farrell, Ken Sartori, Jamie Maiolo and Mark Wells.

NOMINATONS for the Scardifields Smash repairs King of Wings
#2 Brooke Tatnell (NSW)
#7 Jeff Leisk
#8 David Priolo
#12 Daniel Harding
#17 Kyle Hirst (USA)
#18 Scott Reilly
#20 Ryan Lancaster
#21 Mark Wells
#24 Troy Beckingham
#26 Ryan Farrell
#32 Jake Beard-Miller
#41 Cameron Gessner
#45 Daryl Clayden
#46 Lee Nash
#49 Ryan Jones (SA)
#50 Ken Sartori
#51 Jason Pryde
#56 Kris Coyle
#57 Shaun Bradford
#73 Callum Williamson
#77 Bradley Maiolo
#82 Steven Ford
#87 Carl Dowling
#89 Kye Scroop
#90 Daniel Keen
#92 Jason Kendrick
#93 Shane Norris
#99 Jamie Maiolo

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Clauson closes out 2014 with Canyon Park USAC Sprint win

Clauson closes out 2014 with Canyon Park USAC Sprint win .

Darland 2nd Clauson 1st Bacon 3rd at Canyon Park  Credit pic- USAC

Darland 2nd Clauson 1st Bacon 3rd at Canyon Park
Credit pic- USAC

After conceding the Championship race to Brady Bacon before the start of the final race in the 2014 race calendar Bryan Clauson drove his TSR/Chev/Performance Beast race car to a wire to wire win beating Dave Darland and Brady Bacon across the line . Clauson won the race but Bacon took the Championship honors for 2014  by 56  points with Darland a further 13 points back in 3rd ..
The night started with Bacon holding a 60 point lead with 63 points available . Darland set the canyon Park Speedway alight with a blistering lap during qualifying to break Bryan Clauson’s track record set in 2012 .After the heats and the Feature lineup confirmed there was no way back for Clauson or Darland  and in true Championship style both Clauson and Darland raced as if their title chances were still alive . Darland was the big mover running from P8 to P2

.It was fitting that the three leading driver all year in the series finished the year on the podium . While the race win and the $5,000 were welcomed by Clauson and his team it must tough to see your Title slip away .

Brady Bacon and his Hoffman Race Team are the USAC/AMSOIL Champions for 2014 .This was Bacon’s first USAC Title and for Hoffman Racing their 10 USAC Title and 87th win since being founded in 1929

Brady Bacon with Team Owner Richard Hollman pic- USAC

Brady Bacon with Team Owner Richard Hollman
pic- USAC

Driver quotes

Bryan Clauson . “I just love Canyon Speedway. We may not have won the war, but we won another battle. Tonight wasn’t nearly as easy as the box score will read. I was moving all over trying to find a way through traffic, knowing I had two guys behind me who are just waiting to pounce. I never knew how close they were, but I knew I was probably a sitting duck. I tried to mix it up when I could, but I felt really good in open track,” Clauson said.

Dave Darland : “I don’t know what would have happened, but I know my opportunities were better if we had stayed in traffic those last five laps. But we had a shot at it, and the track was racy and getting better as it went. Traffic put us in position to take second and have a shot at the win, too. I’m so proud of my team, and what we’ve been able to accomplish racing against the caliber of racers and teams out here. Its fun racing with those guys up there,” Darland said

. 2014 Champions Brady Bacon : “It’s a pretty cool feeling, especially doing it with a team like this. They know what they’re doing and take so much pressure off me. It’s nice to just show up and drive it, and know that it’s gonna be good. We didn’t have a DNF all year, and that’s a major contributor to the championship. They’re never satisfied, and neither am I. It was relieving to get it out of the way tonight before the feature, especially after the tumultuous night last night. It was fun to just be able to race for the win in the feature, and the top three in points finishing in the top three of the feature was cool. We had a couple shots tonight, but it just didn’t work out,” Bacon said

Brady's feet ae all sqarely on ground after his 2014 Championship win  Pic -Hoffman Racing

Brady’s feet ae all sqarely on ground after his 2014 Championship win
Pic -Hoffman Racing

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MAIN (30 laps) 1. Clauson, 2. Darland, 3. Bacon, 4. Spencer, 5. Stanbrough, 6. Grant, 7. Gardner, 8. Rossi, 9. Stockon, 10. Ballo , 11. Thomas, 12. Coons, 13. Leary, 14. Mitchell, 15. Johnson, 16. A.Williams, 17. Hines, 18. C.Williams, 19. Windom, 20. Boespflug, 21. Martin, 22. Gansen, 23. Curtis, 24. Andretti USA

Final USAC/AMSOIL Standing :
1-Bacon-1,974; 2-Clauson-1,918; 3-Darland-1,885; 4-Stanbrough-1,765; 5-Stockon-1,637; 6-Hines-1,537; 7-Grant-1,508; 8-Ballou-1,507; 9-Windom-1,374; 10-Leary-1,337.

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Waddell beats the weather wins Carling Speedcar Pro Series round 5

Waddell beats the weather and wins Carling Speedcar Pro Series round 5

The early morning weather warning was to prove right as rain interrupted the Feature race of round 5 of the Carling Mufflers Speedcar Pro Series at Speedway City.

Early weather over Speedway City  Credit SASA

Early weather over Speedway City
Credit SASA

The Carling Muffler supported series would have had fans and race promoters disappointed with the entry list for this prestige event , 17 teams nominated for the round but only 16 faced the program start .

Todd Waddell set tongues waging early with his first up pace setting the quick time during qualifying .The Bennett Motorsports Toyota Eagle had set the mark but there more was to come During the heat races first South Australian Brock Hallet broke Steven Graham’s longstanding track record set back in 1998 then Todd Waddell lowered it further and the mark now stands at 14.117.

Todd Waddel  Bennett Motorsports Credit Waddell Racing

Todd Waddel Bennett Motorsports
Credit Waddell Racing

Rain during the show had forced the schedule to be changes with the pole shuffle being dropped. Heading the points as the teams moved to the line for the feature was Lee Redman from Mark brown and Brock Hallett . The feature started with rain in the offering and a damp track that started to get very hooky and would cause early cautions and together with mid race rain force the officials to declare the race with only 13 laps in the book .

Rain interrupted race are filled with both good and bad luck , depending just where you are at the time of the rain . Sydney’s Mark Brown was well on his way to breaking his terrible South Australian racing luck only to have his Spike /hawk started to misfire allowing his Bennett Motorsports teammate Waddell into the race lead .At this point mother nature took control forcing the declaration of the round 5 Carling Speedcar Pro Series .

At race end Todd Waddell had this to say
“”So many times in speedway, these drama filled races work against you, so on the rare occasion they go in your favour, you take it with both hands!” Waddell said as he celebrated, unfazed by the pouring rain as he exited the cockpit.

Round 5 Winner Todd Waddell Credit Speedcar pro Series

Round 5 Winner Todd Waddell
Credit Speedcar pro Series

“We’re just stoked to get a win and getting quick time tonight proved we had the car to beat, so this is a great point’s haul for Bennett Motorsport.”

The podium from round 5 at Speedway City Todd Waddell 1st Brock Hallett 2nd Neville Lance 3rd

Race results round 5 :

Credit Speedcar pro Series

Credit Speedcar pro Series

The teams now head to Tolmer Speedway which sits just off the Dukes Highway near the Victorian boarder . Defending Series Champion Kinshott take a lead of 108 points into the round 6 show from Waddell and 122 over former Australian Champion Neville Lance
The track at Tolmer has been reshaped and will offer a sensational racing surface for the Carling Speedcar pro Series round 6.

Getting ready for round 6 at Tolmer Speedway

Getting ready for round 6 at Tolmer Speedway

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KWS Champ Kyle Hirst signed for World Series Sprintcars

World Series Sprintcars latest Monte Motorsports signed Kyle Hirst

Kyle Hirst Monte Motorsports

Kyle Hirst Monte Motorsports

The latest news out of Adelaide the home of World Series Sprintcars was the announcement that Luch Monte of Monte Motorsports had secured the signature of the King of the West Sprintcar Champion Kyle Hirst to run as a contracted driver for the WDDC for 2-14/15 .
The Californian based racers, a dual KWS Champion 2013 and 2014 will join up with the powerful Monte Motorsports Team backed by Milwaukee Power Tools, with support from Kaeding Performance, BMRS, Factory Kahne, Prosser Toyota and Lucas Oil Product.
Hirst has previous experience racing down under with wins coming in Victorian Sprintcar Championship last January and two wins in the Australian All Star Series.

Hirt's Monte Motorsports ride for WSSC  2014/5

Hirt’s Monte Motorsports ride for WSSC 2014/5

In the US Hirst is contracted to the leading Sprintcar Team Roth Motorsports. The team drivers are David Gravel in the WoO and Kyle Hirst in the West Coast racing programs.
Hirst joins,
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WSS Schedule
26 December 2014
Round 1
Speedway City
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Speedway City is the largest and fastest dirt track complex in South Australia. Owned and Managed by Wendy Turner and partner Bob Sincock with over 40 years of combined Speedway experience….

27 December 2014
Round 2
Murray Bridge Speedway
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Murray Bridge is an easy 45-minute drive from the edge of the Adelaide metropolitan area along a divided four-lane freeway. The speedway is accessed by taking the first exit into Murray Bridge off…

28 December 2014
Round 3
Borderline Speedway
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Borderline Speedway is located in Mount Gambier, home of the Kings Challenge and a city surrounded by craters, caves, sinkholes and the world famous Blue Lake. The picturesque Borderline…

30 December 2014
Round 4
Avalon Raceway
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Avalon Raceway first opened in the summer of 1976 which saw the dream of brothers Doug and Norm Drew come true. Both had been active drivers around the region and with the closure of Torquay…

1 January 2015
Round 5 – Speedweek GF
Premier Speedway
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The annual Speedweek mini-series culminates in the picturesque Victorian town of Warrnambool on New Year’s Day in front of large and vocal crowds. First settled in the 1840’s, Warrnambool is…

4 January 2015
Round 6
Archerfield Speedway
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Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway is located adjacent to Archerfield Airport near Brisbane in picturesque Queensland. The second Brisbane round of World Series Sprintcars is set to be a 2…

9 & 10 January 2015
Round 7 – Australian Open
Archerfield Speedway
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Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway is located adjacent to Archerfield Airport near Brisbane in picturesque Queensland. The second Brisbane round of World Series Sprintcars is set to be a 2…

30 January 2015
Round 8
Murray Bridge Speedway
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Murray Bridge is an easy 45-minute drive from the edge of the Adelaide metropolitan area along a divided four-lane freeway. The speedway is accessed by taking the first exit into Murray Bridge off…

6 February 2015
Round 10
Albany
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7 February 2015
Round 11
Perth Motorplex
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The Perth Motorplex, Kwinana Beach is conveniently located in Perth’s southern suburbs less than 30 minutes from the City centre. Opened in December 2000, the multi million dollar facility has…

11 February 2015
Round 12
Quit Bunbury Speedway
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Bunbury Car Club operates from the Quit Bunbury Speedway, which is situated on the North Boyanup Road, near the Bunbury Airport.

21 February 2015
Round 13 – Grand Final
Perth Motorplex
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The Perth Motorplex, Kwinana Beach is conveniently located in Perth’s southern suburbs less than 30 minutes from the City centre. Opened in December 2000, the multi million dollar facility has…WSSC logo

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USAC title decider this week end at Canyon Auto Speedway

The USAC AMSOIL decider for the 2014 Championship is down to the final two round November 14 and 15 at Canyon Auto Speedway Peoria, Arizona.USAC AMSOILS Decider 2014
In the race for the championship Brady Bacon with 4 wins leads defending Champ Bryan Clauson 5 wins by a slender 53 points. Hot on the exhaust of both is the people’s Champ Dave Darland who leads the race wins with 6 and stand only 78 points behind Bacon.

Championship leader Brady Bacon

Championship leader Brady Bacon

The back to back meets at Canyon feature the USAC/CRA division in the same features so the danger to the AMSOILS boys will be double barrel while they are watching each other in their title chase they will to ensuring the CRA drivers don’t spoil their chances. The CRA boys are more than capable of surprising with race wins or major placing with Damon Gardiner and Mike Spencer their strongest challengers.

Bacon, Clauson and Darland all figured in the podium celebrations at the last double header at Perris with last week ends big winner Robert Ballou.

Bryan Clauson chasing

Bryan Clauson chasing

A season-long battle is down to one weekend at Canyon Speedway Park! Can Brady Bacon close his first AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship, will Clauson‘s charge earn his 3rd successive Title or can the wily and determined Darland give the fans the win they all want. Either way it will be in the word of Lego “Everything is awesome.

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Speedcar Pro Series – POWRi Speedcar Super Series – you decide

No matter if you head West across the Nulabour or North to Sunny Queensland you can expect to see some sensational midget speedcar racing this week end down under . The Carling Speedcar Pro Series heads to Quit Collie Speedway for round 3 of the series on Friday night.and the POWRi Speedcar Super Series hits Archerfiled on Saturday .

Collie is a mining town south of Perth at the junction of the Collie and the Harris rivers. The town dates back to the 1890 when coal was first discovered

Kaiden Manders and Brock hallet racing during round 1 at Perth Motorplex

Kaiden Manders and Brock hallet racing during round 1 at Perth Motorplex

Population today is around 7,000 but it is sure to increase as race fans head to the country track, many hoping that 16 year old Kaiden Manders will repeat his Magic Man 34 win from the opening round at Perth’s Motorplex last week end .

Leading Western Australian driver’s lee Redman and defending Pro Series Champ Dyane Kingshott will both be looking to halt the early season form of the young Manders .
Round 4 of the series will move to the Bunbury Quit Speedway on Saturday night November 8
Round 3 Carling Speedcar Pro Series – Quit Collie Speedway Official Nominations – 22
USA4 Alex Bright
7 Todd Waddell C
N9 Mark Brown C
S9 Lee Dillon C
10 Dave Perry
S11 Brock Hallett

Brock Hallet

Brock Hallet

16 Alfonso Guadagnino
17 Dan Golding C
21 Kaiden Manders
22 Vaughan Manders
24 Dayne Kingshott C
25 Bob Goddard
29 Scott Glazebrook
USA38 Casey Shuman
41 Jason Tremeer
Q69 Brett Thomas C
S71 Ben Hall C
88 Blake Mills
97 Nicholas Rowe
• C= Contracted Driver

 

4,400KM way up north in Brisbane is the venue for round 2 of the POWRi Speedcar Super Series . The Archerfield Speedway has attracted the cream of the Eastern States drivers headed by National Champion Adam Clarke in the Polar Ice JBR car and former POWRi SSS Champ and form driver so far in 2014 Nathan Smee in the American Tires and Racing Services Spike .

Forner Powri SSS Champion Nathan Smee

Forner Powri SSS Champion Nathan Smee

Making his first appearance for the year at round 2 is another up and coming youngster , Rusty Whittaker in the Whittaker Motorsports Q58 .There are plenty of chances in Feature and the Queensland based teams will want to stamp their authority over the event and keep the invading southerners out of the points .
The defending POWRi SSS Champion Brett Thomas has commitments in Collie with the Pro Series and his place in the field has been taken by Rusty Whittaker in Q58
The nomination for POWRi Speedcar Super Series round 2: 28 cars
A1 Adam Clarke (c)
Q2 Jason Bell (c)
N2 Dean Merrylees (c)
Q3 Scott Doyle (c)
N4 Paul Murphy (c)
N5 Andy Hassan (c)
N7 Nathan Smee (c)
Q10 Ken Stanaway
Q14 Michael Harders (c)
Q18 Matt Hefford
Q19 Darren Vine
Q20 Brett Foreman
Q27 Chris Singleton
Q41 Brendan Palmer

Brendon Palmer

Brendon Palmer

Q42 Anthony Chaffey
Q58 Rusty Whittaker (competing for Brett Thomas) (c)
N63 Mitch Brien (c)
Q65 Brad Young
N65 Don Mackay
N69 Reid Mackay
Q71 Troy Ware
Q76 Rob Mackay
N78 Troy Jenkins (c)
Q82 Jack Bell
N87 Aidan Corish (c)
N88 Glen Shaw (c)
N97 Matt Jackson (c)
Q99 Brock Dean (c
C = Contracted Driver

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He is only 16 but wins the magic Man 34 in Perth

16 year old Manders and McAllen win Magic Man 34 in Perth.

Kaiden Manders with the Magic man 34 Trophy and cheque Pic credit Perth Motorplex

Kaiden Manders with the Magic man 34 Trophy and cheque
Pic credit Perth Motorplex

Racing in only his first full season in Midgets Kaiden Manders beat a determined field of experienced Midget drivers to take the Magic Man 34 tribute races last night at the Perth Motorplex… The field included visiting US drivers including defending Magic man 34 Champion Alex Bright former USAC Champion Jerry Coons jnr and Casey Shuman. The current Speedcar Pro Series Champ Kingshott, Sydney’s Mark Brown and current POWRi SSS Champion Brett Thomas from Queensland. headed the 29 car field .

Starting out of position 6 Manders did not let the reputations of the visiting US drivers or the seasoned Australians to intimidate him. Running the McAllen prepare Deane Plant Hire car #21 the youngster calming moved past his more fancied and race harden rivals with skills that would have made Michael Figliomeni proud.

While Manders win might have come as a surprise to some the message was loud and clear a month earlier when Manders won his first Midget feature at Ellenbrook Speedway in round one of the Sheehan haulage Grand prix Series.

Kaiden Manders aat Ellenbrook Speedway in the McAllen Motorsports #21

Kaiden Manders aat Ellenbrook Speedway in the McAllen Motorsports #21

It was an emotional win for the young Manders; The Magic Man 34 pays tribute to former Australian Midget and Sprintcar Champion Michael Figliomeni
Sharing the podium with Kaiden Manders was Lee Redmond and Dayne Kingshott

Lee Redman and Dayne Kingshott disappointed at running second in the magic man 34 Pic credit Lee redman

Lee Redman and Dayne Kingshott disappointed at running second in the magic man 34
Pic credit Lee redman

The result from last nights  Magic Man 34/Speedcar Pro Series Rd 1 at the Perth Motorplex: #CarlineSPS
Kaiden Manders from Lee Redmond, Dayne Kingshott, Jerry Coons Jnr, Neville Lance, Todd Waddell, Brock Hallett, Alfonso Guadagnino, Dean Merrylees. DNF: Dan Golding, Vaughan Manders, Casey Shuman, Alex Bright, Paul Robinson, Phil Tremeer, Mark Brown, Lee Dillon, Brett Thomas, Ben Hall, Rob Golding.

The opening round of the Carling Speedar Pro Series was run with the Magic Man 34 event .Round 2 of the Carling Pro Series in set down for Manjimup Speedway Sunday night .Manjimup is an aboringal name meaning the meeting place , will we meet you there ?

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There is glory in winning but recovering from disaster enormous!

There is glory in winning but recovering from disaster enormous!

Gunnedah Speedway October 25, 2014

The opening round of the 2014  POWRi Super Series at Gunnedah Speedway was hot in more ways than one. Nathan Smee was hot is winning the opening round of the series from Troy Jenkins and Bob Jackson.

Troy Jenkins Nathan Smee Bob Jackson at Gunnedah

Troy Jenkins Nathan Smee Bob Jackson at Gunnedah

Nathan Smee set the pace but it was Speed sport’s Michael Harders who was physically on fire after his #14 race car had a fuel spill forcing the Queenslander to evacuate from his racecar in a most spectacular way.

A racecar fire can be deadly thing; methanol fire is invisible and smokeless and if the safety crews and drivers are not alert serious and fatal results can follow. Strangely the methanol fuel is much safer that gasoline. The speed that Herders showed getting from his car and his actions and those of the track safety crew while just in days racing prevented serious injury and burns to Harders.

Queenslander Michael Harders  Credit Colin Stratford

Queenslander Michael Harders
Credit Colin Stratford

Harders troubles started early in the first heat when the #14 had it spark plug damaged by a flying rock and he failed to finish. Heat 2 well that was the fiery heat forcing the team into a second DNF.
To make the feature the team had to replace his race suit , helmet, balaclava, gloves, arm restraints, Seat Belts, Fuel line, Seat cover, ear plugs, Rear brake line, Rear shock Adjuster cable Just to get the racecar back on track for the feature was some sort of effort .After starting from 21st position Harders drove the #14 Auto UP GRADE Spike /KRE/Eagle into 8th position .

Michael Harders dismounting from the #14 car

Michael Harders dismounting from the #14 car

The next round of the POWRi Speedcar Super Series will be at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway on November 8th
Photos by Tony Hodskiss

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Blistering start for hot summer and POWRi SSS in Gunnedah

Blistering start for hot summer and POWRi SSS in Gunnedah

According to the Namoi Valley Independent the mercury is rising for what could be a record-breaking weekend in Gunnedah.particularly this evening as the 10th POWRI Speedcar Super Series makes its debut at Barry Tower’s Gunnedah Speedway

Queenslander Michael Harders  Credit Colin Stratford

Queenslander Michael Harders
Credit Colin Stratford

Drivers from three States have parked their trailers, set up their pit facilities as they start the challenge of winning the 10th POWRi Speedcar Super Series.

The hot weekend brings together a hot field headed by current Australian Champion Adam Clark and the Defending POWRi SSS Champion Brett Thomas from Queensland

Queenslander Michael Harders fresh from an impressive second to reigning Polar Ice Champion Michael Kendall last week end in Brisbane will be out to continue his early season form.

New South Wales will be represented in the 15 car field by Troy Jordon, Aidan Cornish, Andy Hassan, Glen Shaw, Mitch O’Brien, Jason Bell, Matt Jackson, Paul Murphy and former POWRi SSS Champion Nathan Smee.

Forner Powri SSS Champion Nathan Smee

Forner Powri SSS Champion Nathan Smee

Dean Merrylees. has traveled across the country to compete in the Series Making the trip across the boarder from Queensland is Brock Dean and Scott Doyle.

The season race schedule for the 2014/15 POWRi SSS : AUSTRALIAN SPEEDCAR SUPER SERIES CHAMPIONSHIP
25 October 2014 – Gunnedah Speedway, NSW
08 November 2014 – Archerfield Speedway, QLD
29 November 2014 – Lismore Speedway, NSW
13 December 2014 – Nowra Speedway, NSW
28 March 2015 – Archerfield Speedway, QLD
11 April 2015 – Valvoline Raceway, NSW

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USAC update Sprint and Midget Championships

USAC Update Sprint and Midget Championship

The road to Championship glory for the USAC National Sprint and the National Midget teams has only 4 shows to run. Defending Champions Bryan Clauson, the National Sprint Champion and Christopher bell the National Midget Champion have uphill battles to retain their respective titles for 2014…

Bryan Clauson

Bryan Clauson

The USAC AMSOIL Sprint Championship is headed by Brady Bacon who sits 51 point ahead of the defending Champion .Clauson. Clauson shades Bacon with 5 wins to four but Bacon has been able to grab a few more important points than the defending Champ.
Bacon won the two of that last three outing over clauson.

The points standing with four shows to race :Bacon 1762, Clauson 1711, Darland 1688, Stanbrough 1588, Stockton 1474
A total of 320 points is on offer from qualifying, heats and Features for the two shows at Perris Auto Speedway and Canyon Speedway Park.

The remaining race dates for the USAC AMSOIL TITLE:
Perris Auto Speedway November 7 and 8
Canyon Speedway Park November 14 and 115

Brady Bacon leads the race to the 2014 USAC Sprint Title

Brady Bacon leads the race to the 2014 USAC Sprint Title

The remaining four races for the National Midget Title should present some of the most exhilarating racing seen so far this year as bell chases adown his Kunz Team mate Rico Abreu . Abreu stands 79 points clear of Bell and the quality of these two Toyota Beast drivers will bring the fans to their feet as they duel for the Championship.

Defending USAC National Midget Champ Christioher Bell

Defending USAC National Midget Champ
Christioher Bell

Bell leads Abreu with 5 wins to four for USAC Midget season with Bryan Clauson the next best with three and Clauson has the most recent win at Eldora. The last three meeting at Tri City were rained out so with 122 points separating the top three the Title race will certainly be a real shoot out. The top five standing in the points as they enter the last 4 shows are,
Rico Abreu 867, Christopher Bell 788, Tracey Hines 786, Bryan Clauson 744.
The points on offer over the last four shows is 320 so race fans will most likely be o the   edge of their seats over the two week ends in November

Rico Abreu at Tri City

Rico Abreu at Tri City

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