ULTIMATE PINK NIGHT RAISES THE ROOF AND RAISES AWARENESS
This Saturday night the South Australian Speedway community unites together for something truly unique.
Sponsored by local newspaper, The Murray Valley Standard, Ultimate Pink Night comes to Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway this Saturday night, December 1.
The event is held across three Speedways in three different states – Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge, Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway QLD and Valvoline Raceway Parramatta NSW.
The night itself honours the journey of breast cancer patients and celebrates the memory of those who have passed as a result of its impact.
Round Three of The Ultimate Sprintcar Championship SA will be held in addition to Speedcars, Super Sedans and Late Model Sedans from a Speedway perspective.
Drivers are encouraged to ‘pink up’ their race-cars (and themselves) and fans are also encouraged to do the same so that the venue has splashes of active pink beams of colour throughout the night.
Women of all ages are admitted into the venue for Free (General Admission) with a gold coin donation, with monies raised going towards the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Speedway merchandise and race items will also be auctioned off on the night.
Survivors are encouraged to tell their stories and those of their loved ones in a very family friendly and positive environment.
“The Ultimate Pink Night is an important part of our calendar each year, “says Speedway spokesman Darren Shaddock, “we highlight the need for Breast Cancer awareness within our Speedway and wider community, and also raise funds for the fight against this evil disease. We admit women of all ages into the Speedway on December 1 for a gold coin donation. The Pink Night is a really great cross promotion with Murray Valley Standard and we’re proud to have them on board.”
The Ultimate Pink Night, presented by The Murray Valley Standard, is a combination of celebration, Speedway competition and raising awareness and funds for Breast Cancer symptoms and treatment.
This Saturday night’s action sees drivers coming from New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria and South Australia to compete and to get into the spirit of Pink Night and what it stands for.
Gates open at 3pm with racing commencing at 5pm.
Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge is located on Kennett Road Murray Bridge.
More information is available at Murray Bridge Speedway on Facebook and www.murraybridgespeedway.com
Prices: Adults (Males) $30 Concession (Males) $25 Juniors (Males) 13-15 years $15 Kids 12 and under FREE Females of all ages FREE (with gold coin donation, pit passes not included)