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Six racing categories ranging from the awesome V8 Super Sedans to the open wheeled Formula 500’s will take to the track this Saturday night at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway. In all over 70 competitors have nominated to compete with some of the best drivers from across the State leading the entry lists for their respective classes.

After a short break the Super Sedans return to Murray Bridge with Paul Blenkiron looking for his second consecutive feature event after his recent win at the Whyalla Speedway. Kym Jury will be another driver to watch, as he has at MMS feature win to his credit this season, along with Jason Gantz, veteran Robbie Marchant, Whyalla’s Michael Brown and Steve Schwartz.

For the first time this season Car Owners Rob Stevens and Jenny Lemar will have three cars on track with Mick Brougham, Adrian Wright and Robert Uren all nominated.

Despite the Australian Title fast approaching a good field of Street Stocks will be on hand and they will all be chasing Nigel Reichstein, who is having a tremendous season. Carey Weston looks most likely to challenge along with Ben Whitehead, Corey Sandow, Darren Flatman and Phil Watson.

In the final of the Sedan categories, the Junior Sedans, Drew Flatman will enter the event full of confidence after his win last Saturday night at Waikerie although he was challenged by Sharni Pitcher. You can also expect to see Aaron Tranter and Chelsea Gwynne up towards the front in the 14-car field.

A field of 9 Modlites will be in action with Brook Alexander being the inform driver having secured the last two feature events state wide with victory at MMS prior to his win last weekend at Waikerie. Several leading drivers will make a return to class including Danny Prade, who missed last weekend while Graham Knuckey was a scratching from the last Murray Bridge event. Brian Chadwick, Michael Cowland and Justin Chadwick should also contend for the win in the fastest to rear A-Main.

Following their State Title, the AMCA Nationals make a return with a strong line-up of local cars including Jake Armstrong, Jason Robinson, Kelsey Allen and Lachlan Gwynne while the Formula 500’s will provide some “winged” open wheeled action with close to a dozen cars including Lockie Cates, Ross Miller, Dean Cottrell, Corey Jones and Brendan Zadow.


Event Details: Sportsman Night – February 23, 2019 –Super Sedans, Formula 500’s, Junior Sedans, Street Stocks, Modlites, AMCA Nationals

Gates open 3pm - On-track action from 5pm
Tickets at the gate or online from www.speedwaytickets.com.au

STREET STOCKS - 14
S14 Nigel Reichstein
S15 Cheyanne Richter Uren
S17 Carey Weston
S22 Darren Flatman
MDA22 Corey Sandow
S23 Ben Whitehead
S42 Jamie Owens
MDA44 Shaun McClure
S51 Zac Walters
S52 Heath Thorne
S57 Jemma/Dusty Chapman
S62 Phil Watson
S101 Ashlee McEwin
S116 Brian Brown

SUPER SEDANS - 10
S22 Paul Blenkiron
S43 Jason Gantz
S44 Robert Uren
S52 Michael Brown
S55 Mick Brougham
S63 Kym Cottrell
S66 Adrian Wright
S87 Robbie Marchant
S93 Kym Jury
S99 Steve Schwarz

MODLITES - 9
S0 Brook Alexander
S5 Graham Knuckey
S8 Michael Cowland
S9 Patrick Hewitt
S18 Danny Prade
S41 Brian Chadwick
S45 Chris Ferguson
S73 Justin Chadwick
S85 Nathan Launer

FOMULA 500S - 11
S6 Joe Mercorrella
S7 Chris Pinchbeck
S11 Nathan O’Shea
S17 Lockie Cates
S21 Richard Schmidt
S24 Ross Miller
S35 Cruise Pengilly
S39 Dean Cottrell
S72 Corey Jones
S73 Brendan Zadow
S85 Austin McDonald

AMCAS - 9
S2 Michael Qualmann
S3 Jason Sloper
S14 Jake Armstrong
S23 Jason Robinson
S24 Lachie Gwynne
S25 Alan Saint
V25 Jamie Nichols
S42 John Stumann
S75 Kelsey Allen

JUNIOR SEDANS - 14
S3 Ky McEwin
S4 Thomas Richter
S11 Ryan Buchanan
S12 Max Richter
S16 Corey Richter
S24 Chelsea Gwynne
S26 Blake Laan
S45 Aaron Tranter
S55 Sharni Pitcher
S58 Nate Trewin
S61 Callum Crossing
S62 Damon Laan
S89 Lindal Gilding
S112 Drew Flatman


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