Warrnambool’s Corey McCullagh kept his cool to win round eight of the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series at Heartland Raceway last night where temperatures were up around the forty degree mark, Brayden Parr came home with an impressive performance to take second place while New South Wales driver Sam Walsh claimed third place.
Round eight of the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series heads to the big wide open spaces of the Heartland Raceway venue this Saturday night with a healthy list of nominations that will see all the main players in the Series in action plus USA driver Kyle Hirst making his first appearance in Australian for this season driving for the PRP Organisation.
The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series has been run over six rounds so far this season and there have been six different winners, round six of the Series was conducted at Avalon Raceway last night with Ian Loudoun taking out the win in convincing style to be the sixth different winner so in this seasons Series.
It’s that time of year again with many events over the Christmas new year break and into January down South require nominations for these events. below is the a list of events and where to get the nomination forms and the Ontime nomination due dates.
The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series will finish off the first half of this season Series with a double header, round six will be at Avalon Raceway on the 26th of December boxing day, this event will also double up as the annual Gold Cup. The following night Tuesday the 27th the Series will head to the Western district area of Simpson at Simpson Speedway for round seven.
The rescheduled round two of the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series conducted at Premier Speedway Warrnambool last night also double as the Max Race was taken out by local hero and defending Max Race winner Jaime Veal with a flawless performance right throughout the night to lead home Sam Walsh and Steven Lines.
The Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series returns to Premier Speedway Warrnambool this weekend after a few weeks break for the rescheduled round two of the Series plus it is special night of racing that is more than just the Eureka Series, this event doubles as the Max Race in honour of one of the legend of the sport of speedway racing, Max Dumesny.
Jordyn Charge claimed the Parr Motorsports SRA Victorian 360 Sprintcar Title last night at Western Speedway Hamilton with a faultless driver on a very fast racing surface from Brenten Farrer and Domain Ramsay.
The Sprintcar Racing Association of Victoria heads to Western Speedway Hamilton to conduct the Parr Motorsports Victorian 360 Sprintcar Title this Saturday night the 10th of December with a strong list of entries that includes three past Victorian 360 Sprintcar Champions plus the defending State Champion Michael Tancredi.
He came, he saw and he conquered, Aidan Hall was the surprised performer to take the win in round five of the Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series at Premier Speedway last night and by the taking that feature win Aidan was also crowned the new Victorian Open Sprintcar Champion in memory of the great Graeme McCubbin.
Round five of the prestigious Eureka Garages and Sheds Sprintcar Series is more than just a Eureka Series round this weekend, the winner of this round will have the honour of being crowned the Graeme McCubbin Victorian Open Sprintcar Champion for 2016-2017.
Glen Sutherland driving the Gambier Earthmovers S20 Sprintcar drove one of the best races of his life to defeat David Murcott and the current Eureka Garages & Sheds Series Champion Brett Milburn in front of his home crowd at Borderline Speedway Mt Gambier in round four of the Eureka Series last night.
Borderline Speedway Mt Gambier presents round four of the prestigious Victorian based Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series this weekend with a very impressive list of over thirty nominations once again headed by the current Eureka Series point’s leader Tim Van Ginneken along with the current Series Champion Brett Milburn and two time Australian Sprintcar Champion David Murcott plus last round winner Peter Doukas.