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Mother nature tried to intervene but nothing could stop Shaun Dobson from becoming the first Tasmanian to win a major event at Valvoline Raceway as he steamed to victory in a rain delayed 30-lap affair.
Team USA won one of the most intense nights of Sprintcar racing seen in recent memory tonight and in doing so became the inaugural winners of the USC Origin of Speed Teams Championship.
This Thursday night’s (January 12) inaugural USC Origin of Speed Team’s Racing Challenge is ready to rock with the final line-ups for each State, Territory and Country filled and finalized.
A freak incident whilst travelling to the Murray Bridge USC SA round yesterday has left Matt Dumesny's racing program in tatters.
Some of the USA and Australia’s best USC drivers will be on hand for a special ‘meet the fans night’ at Murray Bridge’s Swanport Hotel tomorrow night, January 6.
A total of 38 drivers including a record setting six Americans are set to take on the Murray Machining and Sheds Speedway for a one night $10,000 to win shootout on January 7. Knoxville Nationals Champion Jason Johnson, Californians Brad Sweet, Dominic Scelzi and Corey Eliason, Missouri’s Brian Brown and Oklahoma’s Harli White will all headline the stellar field this Saturday at the Murray Bridge Toyota supported event.
Ian Madsen put in his second consecutive faultless drive to win the Firecracker 50-Lapper tonight at Valvoline Raceway leading home Brooke Tatnell in second place and Kerry Madsen third.
Tonight’s (Sunday, January 1) running of the Firecracker 50-Lapper Sprintcar spectacular at Valvoline Raceway is postponed until tomorrow night Tuesday, January 2.
For those that ordered and paid for Clay-Per-View from tonight's Valvoline Raceway Firecracker 50-lapper (Sunday, January 1) tonight's purchase is automatically refunded and you will need to re-purchase the event if you want to watch tomorrow night.
The Queensland line-up for the inaugural USC Origin of Speed at Valvoline Raceway on Thursday night January 12 is a concentrated blend of youth and experience.
Ian Madsen pulled off a stunning last restart win in the 2016/2017 USC NSW Sprintcar Championship to lead home brother Kerry in second place and American Kyle Larson in third, along the way sealing an historic Sydney 1-2 in the process.
As the most nationally decorated driver from his state in the modern era Steven Lines was the logical choice to lead South Australia into battle in the inaugural USC Origin of Speed on Thursday night, January 12.
The Northern Territory Origin of Speed Team is perhaps the one everyone needs to worry about.
Brad Sweet scored a three-peat in the Peter Murphy Appreciation Night by scoring his third consecutive win in the annual affair at Valvoline Raceway tonight.
Touring NASCAR Superstar, Kasey Kahne has withdrawn from tonight’s round of World Series Sprintcars in light of pending weather.
The running of the 2016/2017 Peter Murphy Appreciation Night will feature a crack line-up of some of Australia and the USA’s best Sprintcar drivers, but it will be missing one man.
Robbie Farr was a jubilant winner of the Valvoline Australian Sprintcar Grand Prix in front of a stout Boxing Day crowd that enjoyed one of the best races seen in some time.
Australian Sprintcar Champion Kerry Madsen makes his 2016/2017 USC NSW debut tomorrow night at his home track – Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway – with a 70 plus car field entered for the time honoured Australian Sprintcar Grand Prix.
Sponsors for the respective USC Origin Teams are being sought to assist further with the transport and racing costs for the various drivers selected to race in the inaugural Origin of Speed at Valvoline Raceway on Thursday, January 12, 2017.
Iconic three time Australian Champion Max Dumesny, dual Australian champion David Murcott and uncompromising second generation throttle masher Grant Anderson will spearhead the Victorian team for the inaugural Origin of Speed on January 12.