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2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic winner Corey McCullagh is keen to hit the road and grab some chequers in all four rounds of the 2022/2023 Clay-Per-View Sprintcars Speedweek.

McCullagh will bring his stunning #V90 South West Conveyancing / Smith & Sons entry into the Speedweek Series battle armed with some raw excitement for travel and more importantly getting some laps in.

With over $150,000 in prize and points money the incentives are clear for some of the top Aussie and even possible traveling Americans to take on Speedweek.

“We’re excited to go finally go racing and hopefully snag some good results,” says the new proud father of newborn son Bentley.

There’s no doubt that the Warrnambool hard charger’s sentiments are shared by many teams who have been itching to flip the switch and go racing in what has been a frustrating non-start to the season so far due to the unseasonal bad weather.

The sight of the immaculate V90 in the line-up for all four nights of Speedweek is sure to gladden the hearts of race-fans and promoters alike.

McCullagh is definitely one of the dark horses for the overall series victory regardless of which names follow his on the entry list.


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