It was a Victorian clean sweep of the podium in the 2019 Load 28 / Bonetti Transport and Hire South Australian AMCA National Championship at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Saturday February 9 as Darren McCarthy led home Dean Heseltine and Tim Reidy in the 30-lap finale.
The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway pit area will be filled with a range of racing vehicles this Saturday night (February 9) with the main feature being the Load 28 / Bonetti Transport and Hire South Australian AMCA National Championship, with drivers from four Australian states entered for what is the biggest race on the local AMCA calendar.
Following his win in the Zeke Agars Classic earlier this year Nick Hall wrapped up his second major V6 Sprint feature of the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway season as he captured the Des James Memorial at MMS last Saturday night. After starting on the front row Hall was as hot as the blistering afternoon sun as he dominated the 20-lap finale as he led every lap defeating Chris James and newly crowned South Australian Champion Melissa Crouch.
After a break of close to a month the gates to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway will open again this Saturday (February 2) night with the open wheeled classes featuring with the Des James V6 Sprint Memorial and Round 3 of the South Australian Wingless Sprint State Series.
Once again, the South Australian race fans were treated to a fantastic night of Sprintcar racing at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway, this time for Round 4 of Shadetec USC SA. After losing the previous round within sight of the chequered flag Robbie Farr wasn’t going to let it happen again as he fought off a determined Cory Eliason in yet another dramatic finish to an A-Main at MMS.
The Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway will celebrate the New Year with a massive night of Speedway action this Saturday night featuring Round 4 of the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA and a huge U-Pull-It Demolition Derby.
Mount Gambier’s Steven Lines only led 5 laps of the A-Main during the opening round of QSS World Series Sprintcars at the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway, but they were the 5 that counted as he defeated Kerry Madsen and Corey Eliason in what was a great start to the series. The feature event ran 35-laps non-stop and in the process set a new 35 lap track record of 7:40.748.
For 1 night only the Rural City of Murray Bridge presents World Series Sprintcars this Boxing Day (December 26) at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. In what will be a sensational way to kick off the 32nd edition of QSS World Series Sprintcars the opening round of the 2018/19 series will include a field of close to 30 competitors that will include two previous Series Champions, current Champion James McFadden and South Australian Steven Lines along with American Corey Eliason.
The on track start time for the first round of the QSS World Series Sprintcars Speedweek at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge has been delayed due to the extremely warm weather forecast.
Whyalla racer Angelo Karoussis regained his crown as the Formula 500 “King of the Bridge” as won the title for a third time on Saturday night (December 15) at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. After trailing early race leader Liam Williams, a late race caution gave Karoussis the chance to pounce with the leading duo trading passes at either end of the race track before Karoussis opened a 2.7 second lead to defeat Williams and Patrick Merrett.
The final pre-Christmas meeting hits the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway this Saturday night (December 15) with the Formula 500 King of the Bridge and Round 2 of the Wingless Sprint State Series being the main attractions. Both main events have attracted their respective National Champions with Queensland based Liam Williams (Formula’s) and Joel Chadwick (Wingless) leading extremely competitive fields in both classes.
On a day that saw Murray Bridge experience a day of wild weather it was Matt Egel who produced his own extreme weather pattern as he blew by Robbie Farr with a last lap pass to add his name to the list of Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA main event winners. After starting from position 8 Egel was running fourth with four laps remaining but a late charge saw Egel take the win in what will go down into the history as one of the most memorable Sprintcar races in the venue’s history.
This Saturday night the South Australian Speedway community unites together for something truly unique.
The Murray Valley Standard newspaper is the official naming rights sponsor of the Ultimate Pink Night event at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway on Saturday night, December 1.
Last Saturday night saw one of the best overall events ever staged at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with round 3 of the Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge. With high quality fields in all three divisions the racing on track was intense and at the end of the night it was an interstate sweep of the main events. Max Johnston was outstanding as he won his first career Sprintcar main event, Adam Clarke secured his second Challenge round with victory in the Speedcars while Robbie Farr created history as he won yet another main event, this time in a Late Model.
Thanks to the incredible products and services at Shadetec turn four at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge is a whole lot cooler!
A new event to the South Australian Speedway calendar will be conducted this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway with the first of two local rounds of the 2018/19 Hi-Tec Oils Ultimate Speedway Challenge. The revolutionary concept will see some of the best Sprintcar, Speedcar and Late Model drivers Australia has to offer with big fields in all three categories featuring several Australian and State Champions.
Geelong racer Michael Tancredi used a bit of local knowledge to charge to a memorable win during round 2 of the Mainline Dyno log Dynamometers Allstar Sprintcar Series at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. After missing the top 6 pole shuffle and starting from position 8 Tancredi was superb in the tough track conditions as he cranked the top wing back and rolled around the bottom storming to the front to edge out early race leader Mark Caruso and round 1 winner Dan Evans.
The first of two visits to the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway for the Victorian based Australian 360ci Sprintcar Allstars Series will take place this weekend with Round 2 of the Mainline Dynalog Dynamometers supported series. The series kicked off with an action-packed opener last Saturday night in Mildura with Renmark local Dan Evans taking the win and he will be hoping to repeat his performance, but he will have a strong field of over 20 drivers to contend with in order to chalk up back to back wins.
Gold Coast racer Lachlan McHugh is the first official nomination for the third annual “Ultimate Pink Night” at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on December 1, 2018. The night, which supports the National Breast Cancer Foundation and gives ALL Women Free General Admission entry, will double as Round 3 of the Shadetec Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA and it will be the final Sprintcar hit out at the venue prior to the World Series Sprintcars round on Boxing Day.
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