A new car brings a lot of challenges, but Michael Stewart’s hard-fought second-place finish in last Saturday night’s second Speedcar Super Series round at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway in Queensland proved that his best is yet to come in the 2015-16 season.
Defending titleholder Nathan Smee has established a comfortable lead in the Diamond Air Speedcar Super Series following his victory in round two at Brisbane's Ausdeck Patios & Roofing Archerfield Speedway last weekend.
Series leader Nathan Smee extended his championship advantage with another drive to victory in round two of the Diamond Air Midget Super Series at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday night (November 21). Having started seventh in the 30-lap feature event, Smee had advanced to third when a series of events unfolded that promoted him into the lead. Michael Stewart capped a fine night with a runner-up finish while national champ Adam Clarke finished in third spot ahead of Anthony Chaffey, the only local to offer any sustained resistance to the interstate invaders.
With Mark 'Harry' Harrington still in recovery mode after his wreck at Whyalla, this weekend The Speedway Shop SA6 xXx / Esslinger has headed north.... WAAAAY north for our favourite Spannerman Paul Murphy to take the reins in round two of the Speedcar Super Series!
WA's Lee Redmond will drive the Spike/Esslinger owned and raced by Queensland's Brett Thomas in round two of the Diamond Air Speedcar Super Series at Brisbane's Ausdeck Patios & Roofing Archerfield Speedway, Saturday night, November 21.
Just a month after claiming his maiden Speedcar podium finish at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway, Braydan Willmington recorded another podium finish last Saturday night – this time at Gilgandra Speedway in western NSW.
After the disappointment of a washout last weekend, Queensland speedway fans are in for a treat this Saturday night (November 21) with nearly 50 cars nominated in the two headline divisions at Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway. Having started the season a little slowly, the mighty Midgets will be out in force to contest round two of the American Tire and Racing Services Super Series, with 23 drivers from three states amongst the entries. However, determined not to be upstaged, the Dirt Modifieds have a stellar 25-car field nominated for their first appearance this season at the venue that will host their Australian Championship just seven weeks from now (January 1 and 2).