WSS Heads To Perth Motorplex This Weekend For Series Grand Finale

After last week’s WSS round at Bunbury Speedway, all Sprintcar roads lead to the Magnificent Perth Motorplex this weekend for the final two rounds of 2018 World Series Sprintcars.

Saturday 24th February will see the penultimate round rolled out and Sunday the 25th February brings the Grand Finale to town.

Peter Roebuck took a run down to Perth Motorplex last night (Wed 21st) and caught these ripper images of a very competitive practice session. (All images below by Peter Roebuck , Aerial Banner shot by Richard Hathaway)

He even caught James McFadden and Brooke Tatnell having a lighter moment in the Milwaukee Tool Double Seater Sprintcar.

One could be forgiven that practice night was race night as Drivers gave it their all.

So…….. who will be crowned the WSS 218 Champion?

Points are tight and the series will go down to the wire.

The Top 5 Drivers in with a chance are:

James McFadden – 2892
Jamie Veal – 2632
Carson Macedo (USA) – 2383
David Murcott – 2231
Darren Mollenoyux – 2203

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It’s going to be a huge wind up to WSS at Perth Motorplex this Saturday and Sunday nights !!

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Valvoline Raceway Hosts Another Round of the Development Series – Braydan Willmington Was Unstoppable

Valvoline Raceway Development Series

Last Saturday night 17 Feb) saw the development Series Sprintcars hit the clay at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway.

Braydan Willmington is really starting to blossom and dominated the Development Series final, incredibly lapping all but the second placed car !!!

Gary Reid went along as usual and caught these great images:

Development Series Final podium: (l-r) Brian Czuczi (2nd), Braydan Willmington (1st), Peter O'Neill (3rd)

Development Series Final podium: (l-r) Brian Czuczi (2nd), Braydan Willmington (1st), Peter O’Neill (3rd)

Braydan Willmington dominated the Development Series final, lapping all but the second placed car

Braydan Willmington dominated the Development Series final, lapping all but the second placed car

Believe it or not, Brendan Rallings did not go over during this incident, but damage from the hard landing meant his Final was over

Believe it or not, Brendan Rallings did not go over during this incident, but damage from the hard landing meant his Final was over

Nikki Briton (6) and Damien Hart (75) get serious in heat race action

Nikki Briton (6) and Damien Hart (75) get serious in heat race action

Speedcar star Michael Stewart did double duties, winning the Speedcar A Main and his sprintcar debut resulted in a heat win and a crash in the final

Speedcar star Michael Stewart did double duties, winning the Speedcar A Main and his sprintcar debut resulted in a heat win and a crash in the final

Peter O'Neill was third in Development Series final

Peter O’Neill was third in Development Series final

Brian Czuczi was second in Development Series final

Brian Czuczi was second in Development Series final

Glenn Kenny (62) and Mark Hinchelwood (94)

Glenn Kenny (62) and Mark Hinchelwood (94)

Danny Vassall (97) and Warren Vassall (87) battle it out in the Development Series final

Danny Vassall (97) and Warren Vassall (87) battle it out in the Development Series final

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Jamie Veal Too Good in 2018 WSS Bunbury Round

JAMIE Veal claimed the combined World Series Sprintcars/AHG Sprintcar Series round at Quit Bunbury Speedway on Saturday night, leading the entire 30-lap journey, taking the win from James McFadden and USA’s Carson Macedo.

All photos – Peter Roebuck

Words – SEG Media

 

Jamie Veal won well

2018 Bunbury WSS Podium L to R: James McFadden (2nd), Jamie Veal (1st), Carson Macedo USA (3rd)

Jamie was a victor at Bunbury

Jamie Veal won the 2018 WSS Bunbury Round

Happy7 Man: Jamie Veal beat the best in Australia at WSS Bunbury

Happy Man: Jamie Veal beat the best in Australia to win the 2018 Bunbury World Series Sprintcars Round

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Jamie Veal and the successful KMS Team

The pace was frantic for the 2018 WSS final  – A final that ran non-stop and without major incident.

Veal started outside of McFadden on the front row and made the start count and it was fitting that these two drivers were at the front, given they are leading the WSS points heading into the two-night final at the Perth Motorplex  Speedway Kwinana Beach next Saturday night.

It was also good for the latest WSS round to be completed on the back of a rainout in Tasmania last weekend and another rain out, halfway through the show in Albany on Friday night.

Third early on in the race was David Murcott in the V88 who was in front of Jason Kendrick and Brooke Tatnell.

Kendrick ran a higher line than Tatnell with only a handful of laps on the board, allowing Tatnell to close the gap and make the move a couple of laps later.

It took the front runners only six laps to get into lapped traffic and Veal put on a clinic, not making any errors at any point.

Brad Maiolo, who had to qualify from the B Main was in on lap nine, joining Jason Pryde who pulled infield before the race got underway, as the only two not to go the distance.

There was a great race for the minors between Murcott, Macedo and Tatnell at the midway point before Macedo got the slide job done on Murcott in pits bend on lap 16.

With 12 laps to go, the gap between McFadden and Veal had closed slightly and then Veal changed his wing angle on the W2 and proceeded to opend up a buffer in the heavy traffic.

Third was a good result for American Carson Macedo who came out of P8 in the N99.

At the start of the night it was local ace Jamie Maiolo who dominated qualifying, claiming the Victory 1 Performance Quick Time award with a 13.657-second lap, edging out Murcott’s 13.764 and Daniel Harding’s 13.837.

Kevin Titman won the first heat from Macedo and Aldo DePaoli in a race that saw Matthew Cross ride a rut coming into pits bend on lap three, flipping his car several times.

The chassis of the W94 was heavily damaged and Cross said afterwards it was a season-ending moment.

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Matthew Cross in the W94 starts a wild ride

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There was a bit of controvery and tempers flared at the start of the second heat.

Contact between Glen Sutherland and Shaun Bradford saw Bradford get spun around at the end of the main straight and also get collected by Andrew Priolo.

Bradford was out for the night as a result with major damage to the steering box while Priolo repaired the front-end damage in time for the next heat.

Bradford, who has won three feature races so far in the current AHG Sprintcar Series, vented his frustration at Sutherland.

Jack Lee claimed heat three in strong fashion, crossing the line ahead of Taylor Milling and Tatnell, while the fourth heat went the way of Daryl Clayden from Jye O’Keefee and Lachlan McHugh.

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Monte Motorsport’s Kim “Buzzy” Buswell shares a laugh with Jack Lee

The win was a rare highlight for Clayden in the W45 on the night, as he and the team struggled with brake issues and a lack of stopping power from the new gear.  Lee was again too good in his next heat race, winning from Macedo and Darren Mollenoyux, while the final heat went the way of Sutherland from Milling and McFadden.

Jason Kendrick was the big mover in the dashes, transferring from the Bronze to the Silver and ultimate the Gold dash but he was out of the final run against the clock early after slowing down after what appears to be lack of fuel in the W11.

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Jason Kendrick

Mollenoyux won the B Main from Brad Maiolo, Mitch Wormall, Lee, McHugh and Brad Keller who all qualified onto the back of the A Main.

Tatnell’s fourth place was a good finish after starting from P7 while Kendrick looked strong again late to claim fifth.

Brooke Tatnell drove the W26

Brooke Tatnell drove the Diamond Bay Motorsport #26

Murcott was sixth ahead of Mollenoyux, Scroop, Jamie Maiolo, O’Keeffe, McHugh, Harding, Wormall, Lee, Mick Saller, USA racer Dominic Scelzi, Priolo and Keller.

Eighth was a tough pill for Perth driver Kye ‘The Hot Foot” Scroop to swallow after he looked strong all night, starting with a fifth-best time in qualifying before taking a fifth and then a DNF in the heats – still enough to get into the Bronze Dash.

Against a quality field it was a good result for Scroop, but after such a great start to the night he would have been hopeful of a top five result.

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Carson Macedo from USA

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Jason Kendrick

Brooke Tatnell drove the W26

Brooke Tatnell drove the Diamond Bay Motorsport #26

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Shooting for the stars – Shaun Bradford

Ready for lift off !!

Ready for lift off !!

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Jamie Veal in action on the Bunbury clay

Jamie Veal in action on the Bunbury clay

DSC_4141 DSC_4153The Bunbury 2018 WSS was a spectacular event and next Saturday and Sunday nights will see more top action with another combined AHG/WSS show at Perth Motorplex – Sunday being the Grand Final where the 2018 World Series Sprintcar Champion will be decided.

 

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Shaun Bradford and Brayden Miller Win Sprintcar A-Mains at Perth Motorplex

Shaun Bradford - Love is in the air after his A-Main win

Shaun Bradford – Love is in the air after his A-Main win

SHAUN Bradford won round 11 of the AHG Sprintcar Series at the Perth Motorplex last Saturday night 10 Feb), crossing the line ahead of Jason Kendrick and Brad Maiolo …. and the Limited Sprintcar Feature was taken out in spectacular style by BRAYDEN Miller.

It was Bradford’s third feature win of the season in the series – the only driver to claim multiple wins so far.

Bradford started from P5 but made his intentions known immediately, hitting the highline and rounding up the 360ci-powered cars in front of him.

He hounded AJ Nash on the first lap before bolting to the lead on the next circulation and never looked back for the full 30 laps.

(All photographs – Peter Roebuck)

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410/30 Podium : L to R – 2nd Jason Kendrick, 1st Shaun Bradford, 3rd Brad Maiolo

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410/360 combined winner Shaun Bradford with his AHG Series Trophy

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Thirsty Work – Shaun Bradford takes on a water and is congratulated by Motorplex Speedway Manager Gavin Migro

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Combined 410/360 A-Main winner Shaun Bradford hikes the front left through pits bend

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Shaun Bradford has the car beautifully poised out of turn 4

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Brad Maiolo came 3rd in the 410/360 feature in his new car

 

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Heat wins went to Brad Maiolo, Jamie Maiolo, Aldo De Paoli and James Inglis.

Round 12 of the AHG Sprintcar Series will be held at Albany Speedway next Friday night – as part of the Western Swing for World Series Sprintcars….. (410 / 360 report – SEG PR)

And while the 410 ci Sprintcars ran a combined program with the 360’s, the Limited Sprintcars ran their own event with four heats and a feature.

Young Karnup Racer Brayden Miller was unstoppable in the WX2 Lee’s Transport entry, taking out the Limited A-Main in easy fashion.

Miller hasn’t raced the last 2 years due to work commitments and was able to roll out his #2,  take on the best Limited drivers in the state and pull off a spectacular victory.

He is only 22 years old, oozes raw talent in a Sprintcar and whenever he hits the track —– he just wins!!!!

After crossing the line Miller engaged in the obligatory wing dance to the eruption of the good sized crowd.

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Brayden Miller engaged in a wing dance after taking the popular victory in the Limited Feature race

Brayden Miller won the A-Main

Brayden Miller won the Limited Feature in spectacular style

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Happy Camper – Brayden Miller in Victory Lane

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Brayden Miller and Todd Davis rub wheels in early heat action

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Brayden Miller was unstoppable in the Limited A-Main

Miller paid tribute to his naming rights partner Lee’s Transport and his dedicated crew : his Dad and former Sprintcar racer Mark, Murray “Red Dog” Hendy, Michael “Moustache” Collingwood and brother Brody.

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An elated Brayden Miller and Crew

Miller also acknowledged the unmatched support he gets from Mum Annaliese Miller and sponsor Creative Elegance Wedding Decor.

And so ends another night of top racing at the Perth Motorplex.

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Troy Little Wins Rain Shortened A-Main at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway

Troy Little took the win in a dramatic, rain-shortened A-Main at Valvoline Raceway on Saturday night. … Second to the line was current Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW leader Robbie Farr and third was Jordyn Brazier.

The race started with rain and lightning in the distance as a sense of urgency set in. The race was peppered with stoppages and unfortunately, after sixteen laps were completed, officials made the decision to declare the race as the rain began to fall.

The race was classified a completed event as more than fifty percent of the race distance was completed, giving Little his first A-Main victory since November 19, 2011.

(All images : Gary Reid – greid@pacific.net.au)

Words: Sprintcar Association of NSW

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Troy Little won a rain-shortened A Main, his 19th career victory at the track

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Peter Bourke hikes the right from down VR main straight

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Paul Freeman in the beautifully prepared N84

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Brendan Scorgie in turn 1 during time trials

Jordyn Brazier third in the A Main

Jordyn Brazier ran third in the A Main and in qualifying really cranked it up

Heats were hectic

Thomas Jeffrey (12) leads Damien Hart (75) in heat race action

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Marcus Dumesny gets down to business

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Callum Williamson (7) and Cam Ware (58) in their heat race

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Robbie Farr ran second the A Main

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Daniel Sayre (16) was headed for a podium finish when his left rear tyre disintegrated right in front of Jordyn Brazier (21)

Following the top three of Little, Farr and Jordyn Brazier was Matt Dumesny followed by James Thompson, Marcus Dumesny, Warren Ferguson, Alex Orr who came from position twenty-one, Jackson Delamont and Danny Reidy rounded out the top ten.

Eleventh home was Max Dumesny, Callum Williamson continued his impressive Sydney season finishing twelfth, Mark Attard finished thirteenth followed by Ben Atkinson, Cameron Ware, Matt Geering, Blake Skipper, Brendan Scorgie, Steve Rowell and Guy Stanshall was the final finisher. Non-finishers were Daniel Sayre, Andrew Wright, Luke Stirton and Jessie Attard.

Earlier in the night in time trials Troy Little set quick time in flight one with a 12.006 second lap and Jackson Delamont was quick time in flight two with a 12.517 second lap.

Heat Race wins went to Troy Little, Jordyn Brazier, Robbie Farr and Daniel Sayre.

The B-Main was won by Alex Orr.

The next event on the Sprintcar Association of NSW schedule at Valvoline Raceway is next Saturday night, February 17 when the next Development event is contested.

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2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic – Corey McCullagh Donut Celebration

When Corey McCullagh crossed the line at Sungold Stadium Premier Speedway (Jan 21) to take the win in the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic, he then set about celebrating with a “Polish Lap” (clockwise rotation) and then ended on a high note with what has become synonymous with winning The Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic – a Donut !

Here’s a few movie clips of the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic for your to check out, including the 4-Wide salute where you will see Corey McCullagh way back in P9 – inside position , 3rd row.

They are big files, so click on them and be patient, grab a coffee or whatever as they take about 2 mins each to load up !!

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Happy days at the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic (GASC) !!

 

 

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Kerry Madsen Wins 2018 Australian Sprintcar Title for Keneric Racing

Kerry Madsen rocketed to victory last night (27th Jan) amongst the very best Sprintcar Drivers in the nation take his third consecutive Australian Sprintcar Title for the Bob Gavranich owned Keneric Racing Team .

Madsen driving the immaculate American Racing/Keneric Healthcare/DanielTrucking  AUST #1  KPC crossed the line at Mt Gambier’s Borderline Speedway well ahead of James McFadden and Matt Egel in what can only be described as a powerhouse display.

Madsen drove a superbly calculated race.

Starting out of position 3 he allowed James McFadden and Jamie Veal to duke it out in front of him for most of the 40 lap race.

With 8 laps to go, judicious planning and perfect execution came to the fore and Madsen swooped in like an eagle and gobbled them both up.

Matt Egel drove a stunning race coming from P10 in the Downing Brothers orange S97 Cool to arrive home on the podium in 3rd.

Egel mostly ran the high line – within inches of the Borderline fence he looked nothing short of spectacular.

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The formidable Bob Gavranich owned Keneric Racing A1 KPC that Kerry Madsen piloted to win the 2018 Australian Sprintcar Championship

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Kerry Madsen proved what a great Driver he is by securing his 3rd Australian Title in a row at Mt Gambier’s Borderline Speedway

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Matt Egel – A stunning drive to come from P10 and secure a podium 3rd

The event was relatively smooth with only two yellows in the 40 lap final.

Multiple lines of racing were apparent.

The first yellow was for Robbie Farr on lap 2 – in an uncharacteristic error Farr clipped the tractor tyre out of turn four and damaged his front end, forcing the Q7 infield and took no further part in the championship race.

The cautions also came out 6 laps later for Chad Ely and Glen Sutherland when their two cars came together. Both retired as a result.

Kerry Madsen is Australain Champion again

No need to change the stickers !!
Kerry Madsen is A1 again – Good on you Bob and Kerry !

Jamie Veal driving etn KMS W@ put on a great race with James McFadden but was swamped by Kerry Madsen with 8 laps to go

Jamie Veal driving the KMS W2 put on a great race with James McFadden but was ultimately swamped by Kerry Madsen with 8 laps to go

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Last years winner James McFadden lead for the majority of the race but was eventually consumed by the storming Kerry Madsen

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Fancied Driver Robbie Farr only registered 2 laps before retiring after clipping a tractor tyre out of turn 4

And so ends another Australian Sprintcar Championship – Kerry Madsen a deserved winner.

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2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Pictorial Post – Corey Gibson

Our  mate Corey Gibson (Corey Gibson Photography) caught up with us the day after this years Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic.

We had a good old chat about the success of the weekend, how the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is such a fabulous event and how 2018 Classic was one of the best shows of all time.

Corey is a pro photographer and takes his work very seriously.

He uses the best equipment available and some pretty stunning tricks to get his awesome images.

Corey very kindly gave us access to his library and here are just a few examples of shots we really love.

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Corey Gibson snaps this stunning shot of Corey McCullagh – the split second he crosses the line and takes the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic

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This Shot says it all – On top of the wing and on top of the world – Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Winner Corey McCullagh and two crew memebers

The 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic winning Team - V90 Corey McCullagh

The 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic winning Team – V90 Corey McCullagh

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The Drivers in the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic

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Corey Eliason watching the eventual 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Winner Coery McCullagh (V90) during a rolling lap

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Corey Gibson makes time stand still – South Australia’s Keke Falland in his Ford powered S78

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The Charge of the Thunder and Lightning Brigade into turn one during a heat on final night

Classic Pose - Rhiannon Burleigh and her V58

Classic Pose – Rhiannon Burleigh and her V58

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Corey got this stunning shot of flat out 3-wide racing at the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic – W41 Darren Mollenoyux, V70 John Vogels, N99 Carson Macedo (USA)

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Brooke Tatnell’s S55 during driver introductions

The rest of the shots from all nights on the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic (and many other meetings) can be found on Corey Gibson’s Facebook page :

https://www.facebook.com/sprintcarphotography/

It truly is  a great look and well worth spending some time trolling through all the archives.

Check it out and don’t forget to support Corey’s work and “like” images that amaze you.

Corey’s 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic shots are simply the best !

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2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Ale

The Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is a massive event and is supported with many peripheral activities and releases.

As usual the Flying Horse Bar and Brewery produced another limited run of their renowned “Classic Ale” – this year with a label depicting the 2017 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Winner James McFadden.

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In support of the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic the Flying Horse Bar and Brewery made up another limited run of “Classic Ale”

The Flying Horse is so named as the Bar and microbrewery sits on the former site of a Mobil petrol station – the branding logo in those days for Mobil was Pegasus the Red Flying Horse.

The owners of the establishment (opened in 2008) liked the name “Flying Horse” and stuck with it to draw a link to the site’s past.

The Flying Horse bar and Brewery car park also plays host to the Fan Appreciation day and the Bistro plays host to the  Classic Breakfast were the public get a nice brekkie and chance to chat with Drivers.

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This years Classic Ale has last years winner James. McFadden on the label

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Some prior offerings behind the 2018 Classic Ale release

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The 2018 Classic Ale is a nice drop, especially when served off ice and straight from the stubby.

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2018 Grand Annual Classic Contingency awards

The 2018 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic was won in fine style by Warrnambool racer Corey McCullagh.

It was a hugely popular victory coming from a local budget team.

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2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Winner – Corey McCullagh – Image Corey Gibson Photography

In addition to the “Big Dance” trophy, each year the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic also makes available several high profile Contingency Awards.

Here’s a list of those awards and who was lucky enough to take them out:

The Best Presented Car and Crew of the Classic – $2,500.00 compliments R & M Security and The Premier Speedway Maintenance Committee : Rust Hickman and Team V40

Rusty Hickman and Team took out the Best Presented Car

Rusty Hickman and the V90 Team took out the Best Presented Car and Crew

The Skwid Signs Hard Charger in the A-Main on Sunday Night – Complete Sprintcar Design and Wrap courtesy of Skwid Signs in Mt. Gambier: Corey McCullagh V90 (Came from P9 to take victory)

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The Hard Charger award was taken out by Corey McCullagh who came from P9 to storm across the line and take the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic ahead of some very stiff competition – Image by Corey Gibson Photography

Hard Luck Award – Thomo’s Race Graphix: Aiden Hall S15

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Aidan Hall (S15) took out the Hard Luck award after a frustrating roller coaster weekend

Overall fastest qualifier – Alan Pollard Memorial Award: Parker Price-Miller USA2

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USA Driver Parker Price-Miller took out the Alan Pollard Memorial award for being the overall fastest overall qualifier for the 2018 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic

The Ian Sheppard Award – the Highest Point Scorer over the President’s Cup, King’s Challenge and 2018 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic –  will also receive $1000.00: Kerry Madsen A1

Ian Sheppard Memorial award

Current Australian Champion Kerry Madsen won the Ian Sheppard Memeorial award for being the best performing driver over the Avalon Raceway President’s Cup, Mt Gambier King’s Challenge and Premier’s Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic

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