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ASH_03 Posted - 19 Dec 2011 : 14:05:47
Just wondering if any V8c folks head to Maryborough over new years to see the greatest show on wheels... Last year 70+ Modified Productions turned up for the 5k to win AUssie Open and this year looks to be as awesome again!!!
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CP Posted - 22 Nov 2019 : 10:56:44
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Originally posted by Fast by Ferracci

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Originally posted by CP

2019/20 World Series dates.

Speedweek
Dec 26/27, Murray Bridge, SA
Dec 28, Mt Gambier, SA
Dec 29, Warrnambool, VIC
Dec 30, Avalon, VIC
Jan 1, Warrnambool, VIC

Sunshine Swing
Jan 4, Brisbane, QLD
Jan 5, Toowoomba, QLD
Jan 7, Maryborough, QLD
Jan 10/11, Brisbane (Australian Open)
Jan 14, Lismore, NSW

Western Swing
Feb 8, Perth, WA
Feb 14, Albany, WA
Feb 15, Bunbury, WA
Feb 21, Perth, WA
Feb 22, Perth, WA



No Sydney once again...



The calendar has slightly changed since it was announced.

The Western Swing is now:

Feb 14 - Esperance
Feb 15 - Bunbury
Feb 21/22 - Perth Motorplex

Contracted drivers so far:

Brooke Tatnell
Dave Murcott
Glen Sutherland
James McFadden
Jason Pryde
Jock Goodyer
Kerry Madsen
Lockie McHugh
Lucas Wolfe
Rusty Hickman


EDIT: Sprint car racing will be turning Japanese with Toyota Racing Development in the USA developing a 410ci engine.

Maybe somewhere down the line, the Krikke Motorsport car will be powered by the same brand the rest of the family sell.

https://sprintcarandmidget.com/world-of-outlaws-sprint-cars/trd-set-to-design-world-of-outlaws-engine/

mikeamerica84 Posted - 13 Nov 2019 : 08:15:41
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Originally posted by Trickyonne

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Originally posted by mikeamerica84

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Originally posted by Trickyonne

The big cat brad sweet is the new WoO champion....great season and it came down to the last race

Good for Brad. I've seen him win a few, including the Kings Royal, over the years. How he got that nickname, though.....? He is about the size of a jockey.



lol...I have wondered that too...he looks like he is 14

I'll have to put that one in the memory bank. Next time I see him in the pits at a race I'll ask him and report back.
Trickyonne Posted - 13 Nov 2019 : 07:24:17
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Originally posted by mikeamerica84

quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

The big cat brad sweet is the new WoO champion....great season and it came down to the last race

Good for Brad. I've seen him win a few, including the Kings Royal, overs the years. How he got that nickname, though.....? He is about the size of a jockey.



lol...I have wondered that too...he looks like he is 14
mikeamerica84 Posted - 13 Nov 2019 : 03:24:22
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Originally posted by Trickyonne

The big cat brad sweet is the new WoO champion....great season and it came down to the last race

Good for Brad. I've seen him win a few, including the Kings Royal, overs the years. How he got that nickname, though.....? He is about the size of a jockey.
Trickyonne Posted - 24 Aug 2019 : 12:46:23
Epic round 3....not a huge fan of Farr, but he was a little unlucky

The big cat brad sweet is the new WoO champion....great season and it came down to the last race
sizzle Posted - 18 Aug 2019 : 21:59:44
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Originally posted by Trickyonne

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Originally posted by sizzle

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Originally posted by Trickyonne

but once again Linsey wins



Not Night 2.

Jamie Veal should keep the truck padlocked tight so no one can get a look at his setup. He was the only one who looked comfortable on a rubbish track.



yeah track looked terrible...ryan jones and Matt egel looked fast too.



Track was the worst it has ever been since they put the black soil down. Had ten times the moisture in it Friday night and Delamont went from the rear to second on the bottom. There was nothing down there last night. I see the track week in week out and it seems to be a fine line between too much or too little water.
Trickyonne Posted - 18 Aug 2019 : 16:23:29
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Originally posted by sizzle

quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

but once again Linsey wins



Not Night 2.

Jamie Veal should keep the truck padlocked tight so no one can get a look at his setup. He was the only one who looked comfortable on a rubbish track.



yeah track looked terrible...ryan jones and Matt egel looked fast too.
sizzle Posted - 18 Aug 2019 : 16:15:30
quote:
Originally posted by Trickyonne

but once again Linsey wins



Not Night 2.

Jamie Veal should keep the truck padlocked tight so no one can get a look at his setup. He was the only one who looked comfortable on a rubbish track.
Trickyonne Posted - 13 Aug 2019 : 13:50:23
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Originally posted by sizzle

For those interested, Northline speedway for the next two weekends plays host to over 50 sprintcars for the Chariots of Thunder, live streamed on the Chariots of Thunder facebook page.
4 nights of racing and a pretty formidable entry list.
NT2D - Ben Atkinson Senior
NT3D - Ben Atkinson Junior
NT 4 - Jamie McInnes
QLD 5 - Danny Reidy
QLD 7 - Robbie Farr
NT 8 - Simon Spitzbarth
NT 9 - Danny Porter
SA 11 - Scott Enderl
SA 13 - Brock Hallett
NT 14 - David Ling
WA 14 - Jason Pryde
WA 17 - James McFadden
NT 17 - Lenny Cole
WA 18 - Trevor Jolly
NT 18 - Jason Gebert
D 18 - Scott Rielly
SA 20 - Glen Sutherland
NT 21 - Chace Karpenko
NT 22 - Cori Jackson
TAS 22 - Jock Goodyer
NT 24 - Jamie Oneill
VIC 25 - Jack Lee
WA 25 - Taylor Milling
WA 30 - Jamie Landrigan
WA 35 - Brett Barndon
VIC 35 - Jamie Veal
NT 38 - Luke Robinson
NSW 40 - Chris McInerney
VIC 40 - Rusty Hickman
VIC 42 - Jye O'Keefe
VIC 44 - Tim Van Ginneken
NSW 45 - Jai Stephenson
SA 45 - Jake Tranter
NSW 47 - Marcus Dumesny
NSW 48 - Jackson Delamont
WA 50 - Tom Callaghan
SA 52 - Matt Egel
WA 53 - Ben Ellement
SA 53 - Andrew Thompson
SA 63 - Ryan Jones
VIC 72 - Tim Hutchins
SA 74 - Daniel Pestka
NT 77 - Hayden rown
WA 80 - James Ingliss
NT 83 - Mark Robinson
WA 83 - Daniel Hartigan
QLD 83 - Steven Lines
WA 89 - Kye Scroop
VIC 95 - Ryan Davis
WA 97 - Mitch Wormall



This event is getting bigger and bigger ..... well done to the organisers.

watched night 1...some rusty drivers out there
but once again Linsey wins
sizzle Posted - 13 Aug 2019 : 13:42:32
For those interested, Northline speedway for the next two weekends plays host to over 50 sprintcars for the Chariots of Thunder, live streamed on the Chariots of Thunder facebook page.
4 nights of racing and a pretty formidable entry list.
NT2D - Ben Atkinson Senior
NT3D - Ben Atkinson Junior
NT 4 - Jamie McInnes
QLD 5 - Danny Reidy
QLD 7 - Robbie Farr
NT 8 - Simon Spitzbarth
NT 9 - Danny Porter
SA 11 - Scott Enderl
SA 13 - Brock Hallett
NT 14 - David Ling
WA 14 - Jason Pryde
WA 17 - James McFadden
NT 17 - Lenny Cole
WA 18 - Trevor Jolly
NT 18 - Jason Gebert
D 18 - Scott Rielly
SA 20 - Glen Sutherland
NT 21 - Chace Karpenko
NT 22 - Cori Jackson
TAS 22 - Jock Goodyer
NT 24 - Jamie Oneill
VIC 25 - Jack Lee
WA 25 - Taylor Milling
WA 30 - Jamie Landrigan
WA 35 - Brett Barndon
VIC 35 - Jamie Veal
NT 38 - Luke Robinson
NSW 40 - Chris McInerney
VIC 40 - Rusty Hickman
VIC 42 - Jye O'Keefe
VIC 44 - Tim Van Ginneken
NSW 45 - Jai Stephenson
SA 45 - Jake Tranter
NSW 47 - Marcus Dumesny
NSW 48 - Jackson Delamont
WA 50 - Tom Callaghan
SA 52 - Matt Egel
WA 53 - Ben Ellement
SA 53 - Andrew Thompson
SA 63 - Ryan Jones
VIC 72 - Tim Hutchins
SA 74 - Daniel Pestka
NT 77 - Hayden rown
WA 80 - James Ingliss
NT 83 - Mark Robinson
WA 83 - Daniel Hartigan
QLD 83 - Steven Lines
WA 89 - Kye Scroop
VIC 95 - Ryan Davis
WA 97 - Mitch Wormall
Legendary Gerry Posted - 11 Aug 2019 : 16:54:19
He was a little slow to start, didn't seem to have much but all of a sudden everything clicked and he cruised from there on.
Trickyonne Posted - 11 Aug 2019 : 15:18:16
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Originally posted by Zac

David Gravel wins 2019 Knoxville Nationals.

James McFadden 8th - great drive from 3rd in the 'B' and then starting 19th. Kerry Madsen 11th after starting 21st, Ian Madsen 15th.




Fantastic for Davey and for the Johnson family

#forever41
Zac Posted - 11 Aug 2019 : 15:12:27
David Gravel wins 2019 Knoxville Nationals.

James McFadden 8th - great drive from 3rd in the 'B' and then starting 19th. Kerry Madsen 11th after starting 21st, Ian Madsen 15th.
sizzle Posted - 10 Aug 2019 : 20:59:13
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Originally posted by Legendary Gerry

Madsen has just won and gets a start in the big one.



JMac pole for the B main.
Legendary Gerry Posted - 10 Aug 2019 : 17:49:39
Madsen has just won and gets a start in the big one.

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