The curtain came down on the 2020/21 Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway season last Saturday night with the venue falling just 3 cars short of setting a new Demolition Derby World Record. In all a total of 123 cars rolled out of the gate to take part but after an hour of carnage it was Mount Gambier’s Chris Warnock who survived to claim the win in front of the sell-out crowd in the U-Pull-It / Autopro Murray Bridge supported main event.
This weekend, Saturday, April 17 will see the running of the 'Demolition Derby World Record Attempt' to be held at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway, Murray Bridge.
A late decision to contest the final Sprintcars SA Club show of the season at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway paid off for Luke Dillon as he led all 30 laps in the non-stop main event after starting from the pole. In only his second start of the season Dillon dominated the night’s action as he set the quickest lap in qualifying (11.259 seconds) before winning his opening heat. The only time that the #81 Action Line Marking Triple X wasn’t up front was in heat 3, where he recorded a third placed finish.
Racing returns to Murray Machining & Sheds, Murray Bridge Speedway this Saturday night, April 10th with 410 Sprintcars set to make their final appearance for the 2020/2021 Season.
Queensland’s domination of the Australian Modlite Championship continued on Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge as Sam Gollschewsky claimed his first National crown. In fact, Queenslanders locked out the top four positions in the 25 lap Championship finale as former National Champion Terry Leerentveld, Sean Rose and Dan Lewis completed the top four with Scott Webb being the best of the locals in fifth.
This weekend, the Murray Machining & Sheds, Murray Bridge Speedway hosts the 2020/2021 Australian Modlites Championship.
After the weekend’s SA Vintage Classic / Formula 500s SA Title was cancelled due to uncertain weather conditions, focus at the Murray Machining & Sheds, Murray Bridge Speedway now turns to the running of the Australian Modlite Championship.
Racing returns to Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway for the fourth week in a row with another South Australian Title set to be crowned.
Saturday night’s Ross Wright Sprintcar Memorial at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway was totally dominated by Matt Egel as he led all 30 laps of the caution filled A-Main to claim his third victory of the South Australian Sprintcar season. After qualifying on the pole Egel defeated fellow front row starter Brad Keller with Victorian Dave Murcott salvaging a podium finish after starting from position six.
Sprintcar action is back this Saturday night at Murray Bridge Speedway for the running of the annual Ross Wright Memorial as presented by Murray Machining and Sheds.
For the second week in a row Joel Chadwick has driven his race car onto the winner’s podium at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway after surviving the longest race of the South Australian Wingless Sprint season. After starting from position 12 in the 20-car line up, due to an incident in his second heat, Chadwick took over the lead on lap 48 and then paced the field for the remaining 12 laps to claim the 2nd Annual 60 Lapper.
Joel Chadwick captured his fourth South Australian Wingless Sprint Championship in the most spectacular fashion on Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with a last corner slider on Joel Heinrich. After starting from position six for the 30-lap decider Chadwick stormed his way into second early and then set out after race leader Heinrich before the duo put on a titanic battle throughout the final 10 laps with Chadwick finally getting the better of Heinrich in one of the best finishes to an A-Main at the venue in several seasons.
A field of over 45+ drivers will take to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway clay this Saturday night (February 20) to decide the 2021 South Australian Wingless Sprint Champion. With the 2020 edition falling victim to the COVID-19 pandemic, it will be the first time the Championship has been conducted since 2019 when Victorian’s Daniel and Luke Storer defeated Joel Chadwick in an exciting finish at Murray Bridge.
Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway in consultation with the Sprintcar Control Council of Australia (SCCA) have made the difficult decision to postpone the 2021 360 Australian Sprintcar Championship to 2022. The seventeenth running of the event will now be held on March 25 and 26, 2022, in light of recent border closures and announcements.
Following the border closure announcement as of midnight last night due to the recent Victorian Covid-19 outbreak, Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge has revised it’s next three meetings scheduled from mid-February up until the March long weekend.
James McFadden claimed the A-Main in the Australia Day Sprintcar Stampede with a perfectly timed last lap dash to overtake pole-sitter Daniel Pestka - who had lead the first 29 laps of the 30 lap journey as part of the Speedway Australia Sprintcar Super Series.
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Sprintcar racing returns to Murray Bridge Speedway on Australia Day - Tuesday, January 26th as part of the SA/Vic Sprintcar Super Series which is running in replacement of the Covid affected World Series Sprintcars, with thanks to the Rural City of Murray Bridge.
When COVID-19 robbed Sprintcar fans of World Series Sprintcars for season 2020-21, it seemed like the entire summer may be devoid of high end Sprintcar Action – Wrong!
After a gruelling Sprintcars SA Speedweek, that saw events at Whyalla, Mount Gambier and Bordertown, the Final Round at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday night unfortunately saw only 9 cars front for action. Due to the low car count the format was changed at the pre-event Drivers Meeting with Track Management deciding to run two heats followed by twin 20-lap features.
In hot, balmy conditions, the action on track was just as hot at Murray Bridge Speedway’s Boxing Night event.
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