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When Mount Gambier Sprintcar superstar Steven Lines lines up anywhere in the country, particularly his home state however, the fans line up as well to see what he comes up with.

Uncomfortable with the adulation or the expectation the quietly spoken dual Classic winner and WSS Champion prefers to fly under the radar.

Not that it’s possible.

The ‘this is going to be good’ factor is always prevalent.

The same effect will apply tonight at Murray Machining & Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway when Lines takes his place in a thirty-two car field for Night One of the 2022/2023 Clay-Per-View Sprintcar Speedweek.

Traditionally Lines is rapid at every one of the four venues hosting Speedweek over the next seven days and he’ll come into tonight’s action – like he always does – as a dark horse regardless of how many laps he has or hasn’t done in the lead up.

“Linesy” won Speedweek the same he year he won World Series Sprintcars driving for the Hall Motorsport Team back in 2013/2014 – that’s almost a decade ago.

With over a dozen WSS A-Main wins to his credit as well Steven is no stranger to victory lane in ‘life on the road’ and the Q83 Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers / Horrell Motorsport / East Coast Logistics entry will be primed for a major impact this week.

The always popular Lines’ inclusion in the Sprintcar Speedweek is sure to delight fans attending in person and logging in online.


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All four nights of the Sprintcars Speedweek will be live streamed and will feature the action played on the CPV Giant Video Screen at the venues.

The Clay-Per-View Sprintcars Speedweek is proudly supported by:

Speedway Australia

Sprintcars Australia

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