As of the day of the official nomination deadline there are twenty-one confirmed entries for all four nights of the Clay-Per-View Sprintcar Speedweek.
This is an overwhelming number of drivers featuring some of the heaviest hitters in Australian Sprintcar Racing with a field set to gladden the hearts of fans and promoters alike for the four nights in seven days $150,000 competition.
Drivers from SA, VIC, QLD, NSW, TAS and Texas are represented when the first night of battle commences in exactly one week’s time at Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway.
The field committed to all four nights is made up of hardened veterans, exciting newcomers and established superstars alike with of course a significant representation of local heroes looking to cause an upset at their home track and drivers planning on picking up the events from Round Two onwards.
Texan teenager Chase Randall flies into Australia tomorrow with his family to link up with the DKM Motorsport team in Pakenham Victoria as the lone four-round USA driver as he makes his Australian debut.
2020 Australian Champion Jamie Veal, current Classic Winner Lockie McHugh, dual Australian Champion David Murcott, dual Classic winner Steven Lines, multiple Australian 360ci Champion Ryan Jones are some of the highly decorated Aussies in the ranks.
Hot off recent A-Main wins and set to make bold attempts at their plays for Speedweek title glory are Tasmanian Jock Goodyer (who won the “Max’s Race” event at Premier Speeedway Warrnambool last weekend) and Queenslander Brock Hallett who has won two main events at Eastern Creek Speedway in the GW Racing entry.
South Aussie livewires Luke Dillon, Daniel Pestka, Glen Sutherland, Chad Ely, Brendan Quinn, Scott Enderl all represent the Festival State.
Victorian Todd Moule has celebrated a win with the Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers Australian Sprintcar All Star Series already this season so his confidence is boosted for when he fires up for Speedweek Round One.
Queenslander Cody Maroske rocks with some serious firepower in whilst Tassie tear away Tate Frost cannot wait to rip and NSW is led by established Broken Hill hard charger Brendan Guerin plus youngsters Braydan Willmington and Ashton Mineeff will also join the party.
The possibilities for round wins at overall CPV Sprintcar Speedweek success are endless.
Confirmed starters for all four rounds now include (in no particular order):
Corey McCullagh VIC
Brock Hallett QLD
Brendan Quinn SA
Daniel Pestka SA
Tate Frost TAS
Cody Maroske QLD
Luke Dillon SA
Lockie McHugh QLD
Brendan Guerin NSW
Chad Ely SA
Dave Murcott VIC
Jamie Veal VIC
Steven Lines SA
Chase Randall USA
Scott Enderl SA
Glen Sutherland SA
Jock Goodyer TAS
Ryan Jones SA
Braydan Willmington NSW
Todd Moule VIC
Ashton Mineeff NSW
December 26, 2022
Murray Bridge Speedway
December 28, 2022
Borderline Speedway Mount Gambier
December 30, 2022
Avalon Raceway Lara
January 1, 2023
Premier Speedway Warrnambool
All four nights of the www.clayperview.com Sprintcars Speedweek will be live streamed and will feature the action played on the CPV Giant Video Screen at the venues.
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