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17/18 PROPOSED DATES AND CLUB INFO

Just a reminder to anyone wishing to renew their club memberships for the 2017/18 season they are due now with the season approching very quickly the date and venue for the show and shine is still to be set however will be advertised as soon as we can confirm.

Anyone wishing to pay the club fee via direct deposit and fill the membership form out at the show day you can use

BoQ
BSB 124057
ACCOUNT 22219841
** Please use your surname ONLY as the reference **

The clubs email is still queenslandspeedcarracing@gmail.com
and forms can also be emailed to you from this address , filled out , scanned and returned

Full Membership ( Drivers , Car owners and full voting rights ) is now $100.00

Associate Membership ( quad riders for Insurance cards and non voting ) $25.00

The Speedcars Australia AGM is very soon also and the car rego fee will be confirmed then also along with the release of the 17/18 renewal forms

Proposed dates so far

2nd September Practice BIS
9th September Practice BIS
16th September Polar Ice R1
7th October Polar Ice R2
28th October Polar Ice R3
11th November Polar Ice R4
25th November Polar Ice R5
3rd January Polar Ice R6
19th January World Midget Title
20th January World Midget Title
9th February Aust Speedcar Title SA
10th February Aust Speedcar Title SA
24th February Polar Ice R7
10th March Polar Ice R8
24th March Polar Ice R9
31st March Qld Title Maryborough
1st April Qld Title Maryborough
5th May BIS 50 Lapper
26th May Polar Ice FInale

** Danny Davidson Memorial and possiable SSS date/s to be added

The AGM was also held recently, the only change is Rodney Harders is replaced by David Williams on the committee otherwise all remains the same with the Executive and other committee members.

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DARREN VINE VICTOR IN BRISBANE 50 LAPPER

Multi-times Australian Compact Champion Darren Vine became the first local driver to win the Brisbane 50 lapper when he led home fellow Queenslanders Brock Dean and Rusty Whittaker at the Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday May 13.

At 3:00 pm the meeting was in doubt after a heavy shower hit the area but once the rain passed the meeting progressed on a very hooky track.

Rusty Whittaker (Ti Bolts & Pace Partz King/Esslinger) was top qualifier from the heats and drew ‘10’ in the marble draw which meant he would start mid pack. He nominated 16-year-old Kaidon Brown (NSW) to start beside him while Nathan Smee (NSW) and Brendan Palmer would be the row in front of them.

Young guns Scott Farmer and Reid Mackay had the responsibility of leading the field to the start.

From the outset, Farmer (Spike/Esslinger) sped into the lead with Darren Vine (Mike Vine Turbos Spike/Esslinger) and Scott Doyle (Boss Hogg’s Steakhouse Beast/Gaerte) advancing quickly from the second row ahead of Mackay (Direct Plasterboard Outlet CP3/Gaerte).

Farmer kept collecting a $100 bonus for each lap that he led with Vine a couple of car lengths back.

Farmer was soon into lapped traffic with the Speedcar rookie able to maintain his advantage over Vine while further back Doyle, Dean, Smee, Brown and Whittaker were dicing in close company.

A major upset was looking on the cards as the laps ticked away with Farmer comfortably holding onto the lead however, as it is in racing, things quickly change and when Farmer had a minor touch with a lapped car it was enough to cause him to spin to a stop.

With 24 laps, still to go the field was lined up nose to tail with Vine now head of line in front of Dean (ACERS Engine Reconditioners Breka/Hawk), Mackay, Smee (Illuminated Industries Spike/Inglis Chev), Brown (TFH Aggressor/Hawk) and Whittaker (Ti Bolts & Pace Partz King/Esslinger).

Both Chris Gwilliam (Boss Chassis Australia Boss/Esslinger) and Brendan Palmer (EastLink Air Breka/Esslinger) soon departed the race with deflating tyres by lap 30 things had changed with Whittaker getting ahead of Smee and Brown and then that trio jumped around Mackay.

Dean was trying his best to get to Vine while Whittaker kept closing on Dean as the laps began to run out with a spun car slowing proceedings with 2 laps left but Vine was undaunted and drove a faultless race to collect the win ahead of Brock Dean and Rusty Whittaker.

The Brisbane 50 lapper has been run nine times and it is the first occasion that a home driver had won the event and the first time it had been a Queensland 1,2,3 result.

Three-time winner Nathan Smee was fourth ahead of young Kaidon Brown while Farmer charged back through the field to be sixth.

The Draw and Invert heats were run on a very fast track with Rusty Whittaker and Scott Doyle wining in the opening round in almost identical times just over one second outside the race record.

With so much grip available many of the cars were doing wheel-stands and this would bring about Sydney driver Dan Biner’s downfall in heat 3.

His car stood up on its back wheels as he crossed the finish line at the end of the first lap and when the car settled his front wheel contacted with Reid Mackay’s rear wheel sending Biner’s car (Syndicate Racing Boss/Esslinger) high in the air and several heavy rolls. Biner was sore from the heavy impact but walked back to the pits unassisted.

On the restart, Rodney Harders (Tamex Transport Eagle/Inglis Eagle) led the way until Farmer swept past on lap 7 and then Darren Vine came from row 4 to grab second near the end.

Troy Ware, driving Geoff Harper’s Aggressor/Stanton SR 11, took out the last heat in the fastest time of the night 2:17.293 just over half a second outside Michael Pickens’ 10 lap record of 2:16.720.

Last year’s winner Hayden Williams (NZ) was a late withdrawal due to work commitments with car owner Jason Bell jumping behind the wheel. Mark George took over of the 21Q Stealth/Porsche after regular driver Mitch Haynes called in sick.

Congratulations to Darren Vine and his team on a great win. Their prize-money and lap bonus money amounted to a substantial amount. Commiserations to Scott Farmer who will learn from the experience as he heads off to America on Wednesday for a drive in a 360 Wingless Sprintcar in California next week-end.

It’s a quick trip and he will be back in Brisbane in time for our next and last show of the season on May 27 for the final round of the 2016-17 Polar Ice Series. Rusty Whittaker currently heads the points just in front of Brock Dean and Troy Ware so the last night is vital to all three to decide the outcome.

Syndicate Racing, Jamie Hall and Dan Biner, from Sydney have been frequent visitors to Brisbane and other interstate tracks during the current season are extending their travels to overseas they have arranged a car to contest the USAC Midget Week and will take turns behind the wheel. It’s a pleasure trip with some racing thrown in. We wish them a safe and enjoyable time in the land of Stars and Stripes.

Young Kaidon Brown (NSW) continues to impress and for someone so young shows a lot of maturity in his driving.

He is cool as a cucumber before a race and doesn’t appear to suffer from nerves. He leaves that to his father, Mark Brown, who is obviously aware of the dangers of the sport and is very nervous before his son buckles in for a race. It is very important that young drivers such as Kaidon Brown are encouraged to continue in Speedcar racing as they are the future of the sport.

Heat 1
1 Rusty Whittaker 2 Nathan Smee (NSW) 3 Kaidon Brown (NSW)
Heat 2
1 Scott Doyle 2 Darren Vine 3 Brock Dean
Heat 3
1 Scott Farmer 2 Darren Vine 3 Rusty Whittaker
Heat 4
1 Troy Ware 2 Brock Dean 3 Kaidon Brown (NSW)

50 Lapper

1 Darren Vine 2 Brock Dean 3 Rusty Whittaker
4 Nathan Smee (NSW) 5 Kaidon Brown (NSW) 6 Scott Farmer 7 Troy Ware 8 Reid Mackay 9 Rodney Harders
10 Scott Doyle 11Jason Bell 12 Mark George

1 American Tire and Racing Services

2 Ti Bolts and Race Partz

3 Nexgen Transport

4 Nexgen Transport

5 Tamex Transport

6 In Memory of Shane Sollitt

7 Shock Absorber Therapy

8 Mudd Mafia

9 DTR Mechanical

10 BOSS Hoggs Steakhouse

11 Rondalee Metal Fabrications

12 JG Aircon and Electrical

13 Torque Wear Australia

14 BOSS Chassis Australia

15 Sunshine Coast Reinforcing

16 Inglis Race Engines

17 James Hardie Australia

18 DSI Road Profiling

19 Mike Vine Turbos

20 Western Landscape Supplies

21 Kelly’s Winfield Team Racing

22 Inksane Tattoos

23 J & B Pest Control

24 Federal Tires

25 Ridgetrans Sand and Gravel

26 Syndicate Communications NSW

27 Rondalee Metal Fabrications

28 BHR Fabrications

29 Polar Ice

30 Bob Baker

31 TFH Temporary Fence Hire

32 Singleton Racing #3

33 I Custom Colours

34 Highline Fabrication

35 Craig Thompson Machining

36 DSI Road Profiling

37 Mobile Injector Services

38 Nu Pave

39 Bryan Clauson Celebration of Life

40 Ash Media Speedway Footage

41 Eastlink Air

42 Sprint Shack

43 Queensland Speedcar Racing Association

44 Speedcar Super Series

45 In appreciation of Barry Lane

46 Quillerat Racing Team #46

47 Priddey Trucking Company

48 Federal Tires

49 Pimpama Landscape Supplies

50 Sidtech

#brisbanebig50 #qld50lapper #13may2017

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BRISBANE BIG 50 UPDATE ! SOLD OUT

After a mega 3 days Sid Whittaker and John Dean have sold the entire #brisbanebig50 lapper sponsorship laps !!

 Huge thanks to all who have jumped on board and paying so promptly for the event scheduled for tomorrow night at Archerfield.
Listed below are the very generous fans who are riding along from lap 1 through to 50 tomorrow night
Thanks again and see you all tomorrow night
1 American Tire and Racing Services
2 Ti Bolts and Race Partz
3 Nexgen Transport
4 Nexgen Transport
5 Tamex Transport
6 In Memory of Shane Sollitt
7 Shock Absorber Therapy
8 Mudd Mafia
9 DTR Mechanical
10 BOSS Hoggs Steakhouse
11 Rondalee Metal Fabrications
12 JG Aircon and Electrical
13 Torque Wear Australia
14 BOSS Chassis Australia
15 Sunshine Coast Reinforcing
16 Inglis Race Engines
17 James Hardie Australia
18 DSI Road Profiling
19 Mike Vine Turbos
20 Western Landscape Supplies
21 Kelly’s Winfield Team Racing
22 Inksane Tattoos
23 J & B Pest Control
24 Federal Tires
25 Ridgetrans Sand and Gravel
26 Syndicate Communications NSW
27 Rondalee Metal Fabrications
28 BHR Fabrications
29 Polar Ice
30 Bob Baker
31 TFH Temporary Fence Hire
32 Singleton Racing #3
33 I Custom Colours
34 Highline Fabrication
35 Craig Thompson Machining
36 DSI Road Profiling
37 Mobile Injector Services
38 Nu Pave
39 Bryan Clauson Celebration of Life
40 Ash Media Speedway Footage
41 Eastlink Air
42 Spint Shack
43 Queensland Speedcar Racing Association
44 Speedcar Super Series
45 In appreciation of Barry Lane
46 Quillerat Racing Team #46
47 Priddey Trucking Company
48 Federal Tires
49 Pimpama Landscape Supplies
50 Sidtech
#brisbanebig50 #qld50lapper #13may2017
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BRISBANE BIG 50

You want the best? Race fans buckle yourselves in for this then!!

The Brisbane 50 Lapper is locked and loaded for this Saturday the 13th of May at Ausdeck Patios & Roofing Archerfield Speedway.

International Stars Hayden Williams and Chris Gwilliam fly in from New Zealand to tackle the Aussies, Recent Danny Davidson Memorial Winner Troy Ware, Current QLD Champion Nathan Smee Kaidon Brown, Brendan Palmer, Rusty Whittaker, NSW Jackk Black, Jamie Hall and Dan Biner also join in the list to name a few

THIS race fans is going to be a feast of open wheel action!!

Brisbane 50 Lapper ….. May 13 ….. Archerfield Speedway ….. Be there!!

Anyone interested in sponsoring a lap please contact Sid Whittaker on 0418 726 226 or Lance Towns on 0419 745 503 to lock in your lap

Current lap sponsors are

1 American Tire and Racing Services
2 Ti Bolts and Race Partz
3 Nexgen Transport
4 Nexgen Transport
5 Tamex Transport
6 In Memory of Shane Sollitt
7 Shock Absorber Therapy
8 Mudd Mafia
9 DTR Mechanical
10 BOSS Hoggs Steakhouse
11 Rondalee Metal Fabrications
12 JG Aircon and Electrical
13 Torque Wear Australia
14 BOSS Chassis Australia
15 Sunshine Coast Reinforcing
16 Inglis Race Engines
17 James Hardie Australia
18 DSI Road Profiling
19 Mike Vine Turbos
20 Western Landscape Supplies
21 Kelly’s Winfield Team Racing
22 Inksane Tattoos
23 J & B Pest Control
24 Federal Tires
25 Ridgetrans Sand and Gravel
26 Syndicate Communications NSW
27 Rondalee Metal Fabrications
28 BHR Fabrications
29 Polar Ice
30 Bob Baker
31  TFH Temporary Fence Hire
32 Singleton Racing #3
33 I Custom Colours
34 Highline Fabrication
35 Craig Thompson Machining
36 DSI Road Profiling
37 Mobile Injector Services
38 Nu Pave
39 Bryan Clauson Celebration of Life
40 Ash Media Speedway Footage
41 Eastlink Air
42 Spint Shack
43 Queensland Speedcar Racing Association
44 Speedcar Super Series
45 In appreciation of Barry Lane
46 Quillerat Racing Team #46
47 Priddey Trucking Company
48 Federal Tires
49 Pimpama Landscape Supplies
50 Sidtech

#brisbanebig50 #qld50lapper #13may2017

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50 LAPPER NOMINATIONS

The years annual 50 lap event hits Archerfield this weekend and lap sponsor slots are still avaliable by contacting Lance Towns on 0419 745 503.

This weekends 50 lapper nominations as follows

3Q Charlie Brown
5Q Rodney Harders
6Q Darren Vine
21Q Mitch Haynes
22Q Scott Farmer
26N Jamie Hall
27Q Troy Ware
28Q Bradley Harrison
40Q Dallas Sharp
41Q Brendan Palmer
44Q Corey Stodhard
62N Dan Biner
69Q Nathan Smee
76Q Reid MacKay
78Q Rusty Whittaker
80Q Scott Doyle
82Q Hayden Williams (NZ)
89Q Chris Gwilliam (NZ)
91Q Robbie Stewart
97V Kaiden Brown
99Q Brock Dean
99N Jackk Black

REMAINING RACE DATES

***New race date!!**
Archerfield promotion have added a date in April for the Polar Ice Midget Series and the added event is Saturday the 8th!
Lock it in the top of the ladder is close and certinally one not to be missed!
25th March 2017 Queensland Title
8th April Polar Ice Midget Series
29th April Polar Ice Midget Series/2017 Danny Davidson Memorial
13th May Brisbane 50 Lapper
27th May Polar Ice Grand Finale/Jim Holden Tribute Night
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2017 QUEENSLAND TITLE TIME

Its Queensland Title time this weekend !!

This is also a round in the 6 crown series to be run at Archerfield Speedway.

Nominations so far include

3Q Charlie Brown
5Q Rodney Harders
6Q Darren Vine
11N Adam Wallis
13Q Tony Stephen

14Q Michael Harders
16Q Mark George
22V Joseph Lostitch current Tas1
23Q Kristy Bonsey
29Q Adam Clarke
36Q Callum Whatmore
41Q Brendan Palmer
44Q Corey Stothard
48Q Tony Eickenloff
51Q Darren Dillon

69Q Nathan Smee
71Q Troy Ware
76Q Reid Mackay
78Q Rusty Whitaker
80Q Scott Doyle
82Q Jason Bell
96Q Shayne McDowell
97V Kaiden Brown
99Q Brock Dean

Dont forget to be in early for your favorite seat race fans !

Can Adam Clarke bag another feature and state title win ? Will the locals Troy Ware,Brock Dean and Rusty Whittaker grab the eagle or will Shayne McDowell,Corey Stothard or Scott Doyle be the dark horses ? All will be revealed this Saturday night !

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2016/17 RACE SEASON REMAINING DATES

25th February Polar Ice Series Archerfield

4th March Speedcar Super Series Toowoomba

11th March Polar Ice Series Archerfield

25th March 2017 QLD Title Archerfield/Polar Ice Series

29th April Polar Ice Series Archerfield

13th May Brisbane 50 Lapper Archerfield

27th May Polar Ice Series Grand Finale

2017 Danny Davidson Memorial date to be confirmed in this list.

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ABREU NEW AUSTRALIA # 1

Top qualifier, Pole Shuffle winner and the leader of every one of the 40 laps of the final was how Rico Abreu won his first Australian Speedcar Championship at the Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway on Saturday February 4.

As the 22 cars formed up for the 40 lap main event Grand Marshall Ron Wanless, who won this event in 1978 and 1979, directed them to line up in rows of four to salute the crowd. Once back in line the race was sent on its way with Abreu (Keith Kunz Motorsport Bullet/Toyota) immediately going to the front from Hayden Williams, Michael Pickens, Adam Clarke and Nathan Smee.  Both Alex Bright (USA – Graham Jones Racing Spike/Esslinger) and Matt Smith (NSW – GO Racing Spike/Hawk) dropped back from their third row starting positions as Zach Daum moved forward from row 4 and Brady Bacon (USA) from the row behind.  The track was slick on the bottom with a cushion near the top where most of the fast cars were running.

The cars behind the lead group were embroiled in their own battles as they endeavoured to get to the front. The only stoppage of the race occurred on lap 12 when Darren Vine clashed with another car and stopped broadside in the back straight but restarted at the back of the line.  When the green lights were turned on again Pickens made his move and advanced to second with Williams unable to counter the move.  Brad Mosen (NZ) was out on lap 15 and then, to everyone’s surprise, Pickens pulled to the infield a couple of laps later with a sick motor.

With Pickens out of the picture Bacon (GO Racing Bullet/Toyota) was now third after a sensational drive through traffic and he soon accounted for Williams to be second just before the half way point while Smee (TFH/Illuminated Industries Spike/Eagle Chev) was third ahead of Clarke (Jack Berry Racing Spike/Esslinger) and Bright. With the leaders now amongst lapped cars it presented Bacon with an opportunity as they threaded their way past cars.  At times Bacon would get close only for Abreu to pull away when he cleared traffic.

Williams was out on lap 28 and during the remaining laps there was no change at the front with Rico Abreu crowned the 2017 Australian Speedcar Champion from Brady Bacon and Nathan Smee.  Alex Bright maintained his long list of consistent Australian Championship performances with fourth placing while Michael Stewart (NSW) advanced from the seventh row to be fifth in an impressive drive from the youngster.  Abreu received loud applause form the healthy crowd as he circled the track after the race and again during the presentations.

Twelve 10 lap heats were run on Friday night February 3 with wins to Nathan Smee (2), Anthony Chaffey, Zach Daum, Hayden Williams (2), Matt Smith, Rico Abreu (2), Adam Clarke, Brady Bacon and Michael Pickens. In Daum’s win he lowered the 10 lap record from 2:16.720 to 2:15.201.  The previous holder Michael Pickens was second and Michael Stewart (NSW) third with all three under the old time.

Abreu finished top of the points with 70 and suffered his only defeat for the whole week-end when he finished second to Anthony Chaffey in his first outing. Next in points at the end of the first night were defending champion Michal Pickens 65, Hayden Williams 63, Nathan Smee 61 and Zach Daum 58.

Kaidon Brown (NSW), Abreu, Bright and Andrew Felker (USA) were the winners in the last round of heats on night two with the four races going non-stop. With forty cars, still mobile a C Main was run with Michael Harders and Darren Dillon transferring to the back of the B Main.  The track was then prepared for the Pole Shuffle, B Main and the big race.

The Shuffle was dominated by drivers starting on the inside with Smee defeating Daum only to lose to Matt Smith. Smith was beaten by Clarke who was the only repeat winner when he accounted for Bright.  When Clarke and Pickens faced off their first start was aborted and Clarke was controversially sent to the infield.  Pickens was beaten by Williams who then faced Abreu in a best of three contest for the final.  However, Abreu was too good and won two in a row to claim pole position.

The B Main was, as expected, a helter-skelter affair as the 18 cars vied for the four transfer spots. Scott Farmer (TFH Spike/Esslinger) took advantage of some jostling in the opening lap to get to the front from the third row.  He led for five rotations before Travis Mills (Vic) took over and looked to have the race in his keeping until his car faltered in lap 12 and he dejectedly pulled infield.  This left Scott Doyle at the point from Farmer, Darren Vine and a host of others.  Vine grabbed second in the last couple of laps with Farmer and Troy Jenkins (BOC Stealth/Toyota) making up the four to transfer.  However, Doyle’s engine broke a timing belt as he headed back to the pits and was unable to take his place in the A Main.  This gave Rusty Whittaker (Ti Bolts & Race Partz King/Esslinger) a start with Aidan Corish (NSW) and Neville Lance the two emergencies.

The Kratzmann Caravans sponsored event originally started with 41 contestants but Lee Redmond (WA) suffered a terminal engine problem in his opening heat and was out of the championship.  An amazing statistic about the heats was that every car, apart from Redmond, fronted for all their heats and ten of the sixteen heats were run without a stoppage.  There was only one roll-over with no serious damage suffered.  The American Kunz brothers, Keith and Rusty, showed how experienced they are with their cars finishing first and second respectively.

Special thanks to

Kratzmann Caravans

John & Kathy Kelly and the staff of the Archerfield Speedway

Barry Lane

Angela Harders and her Angels

Bennie Bishop

Speedcars Australia

Queensland Speedcar Racing Assn

All the drivers, owners and crews

The officials that kept things moving smoothly

Night 1

Heat 1

1          Nathan Smee (NSW) 2          Alex Bright (USA)                   3          Brady Bacon (USA)

Heat 2

1          Anthony Chaffey (Qld)  2       Rico Abreu (USA)                   3          Brad Mosen (NZ)

Heat 3

1          Zach Daum (USA)      2          Michael Pickens (NZ) 3          Michael Stewart (NSW)

Heat 4

1          Hayden Williams (NZ)  2          Troy Ware (Qld)                      3          Andrew Felker (USA)

Heat 5

1          Matt Smith (NSW)      2          Chris Gwilliam (NZ)                3          Anthony Chaffey (Qld)

Heat 6

1          Rico Abreu (USA)       2          Brad Mosen (NZ)                    3          Dayne Kingshott (WA)

Heat 7

1          Hayden Williams (NZ) 2          Michael Pickens (NZ)             3          Andrew Felker (USA)

Heat 8

1          Adam Clarke (NSW)  2          Scott Farmer                           3          Rusty Whittaker

Heat 9

1          Nathan Smee (NSW) 2          Michael Stewart (NSW)          3          Matt Smith (NSW)

Heat 10

1          Rico Abreu (USA)       2          Dayne Kingshott (WA)            3          Michael Harders (Qld)

Heat 11

1          Brady Bacon (USA)    2          Brock Dean                             3          Troy Jenkins (NSW)

Heat 12

1          Michael Pickens (NZ) 2          Zach Daum (USA)                  3          Alex Bright (USA)

Night 2

Heat 13

1          Kaidon Brown (NSW) 2          Matt Smith (NSW)                  3          Matt Jackson (NSW)

Heat 14

1          Rico Abreu (USA)       2          Hayden Williams (NZ)            3          Scott Doyle (Qld)

Heat 15

1          Alex Bright (USA)       2          Adam Clarke (NSW)              3          Brendan Palmer (Qld)

Heat 16

1          Andrew Felker (USA) 2          Chris Gwilliam (NZ)                3          Travis Mills (Vic)

C Main

1          Michael Harders (Qld)            2        Darren Dillon (Qld)                  3          Dallas Sharp (Qld)

Pole Shuffle

Nathan Smee              def       Zach Daum

Matt Smith                  def       Nathan Smee

Adam Clarke               def       Matt Smith

Adam Clarke               def       Alex Bright

Michael Pickens         def       Adam Clarke

Hayden Williams         def       Michael Pickens

Rico Abreu                  def       Hayden Williams         2 – 0

B Main

1          Scott Doyle (Qld)        2          Darren Vine (Qld)                   3          Scott Farmer (Qld)

4          Troy Jenkins (NSW)   5          Rusty Whittaker (Qld)             6          Aidan Corish (NSW)

7          Neville Lance (WA)     8          Cal Whatmore (Qld)               9          Mark George (Qld)

10        Darren Dillon (Qld)      11        Dan Biner (NSW)

Australian Championship

1          Rico Abreu (USA)                   2          Brady Bacon (USA)    3          Nathan Smee (NSW)

4          Alex Bright (USA)                   5          Michael Stewart (NSW)  6      Adam Clarke (NSW)

7          Dayne Kingshott (WA)            8          Zach Daum (USA)      9          Andrew Felker (USA)

10        Matt Smith (NSW)                  11        Brendan Palmer (Qld) 12      Kaidon Brown (NSW)

13        Anthony Chaffey (Qld)           14        Brock Dean                 15        Troy Jenkins (NSW)

16        Rusty Whittaker (Qld)             17        Chris Gwilliam (NZ)

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GET WELL SOON MICHAEL HARDERS

Not the ideal time to be down and out in title week but we all wish Speedcars Australia President Mick Harders a speedy recovery from a stint in the “purple” gown ! Gas it up Mick !!

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