Hot action in Perth Motorplex Curtain Raiser – Doubt on Weather for Super Speedway Opener Tonight

Saturday 18th Oct – 12 noon .

All images by Peter “Straight Shooter” Roebuck

As clouds and a threatening storm cell brews over the Kwinana region in Perth WA today, some doubt is being cast as to whether the Grand Opening of the Motorplex Super Speedway calendar will kick off tonight. Let’s hope Mother Nature settles sufficiently to get the meeting in.

We can report however that there was plenty of action last weekend in the curtain raiser event held at the Motorplex that saw Limited Sprintcars and 360’s race, plus a few of open 410 cars in a practice session.

In the Limited Sprintcar class, 19 year old Brayden Miller started from where he left off last year in a winning mode by easily taking out the 12 lap Limited feature race in the Muir Motorsport/Creative Elegance #1. The current Limited State Champion was a cut above the opposition all night and drove a beautifully calculated race with a deflating rear tyre at mid-race distance.

Coming home behind Miller were Kye Scroop driving the Peter Harvey-owned #83 and Justin Bell in the #29 entry.

Brayden Miller (CTR) imposed a crushing defeat on rivals Kye Scroop (RHS) and Justin Bell in the Limited Sprintcar Feature


In the 360’s Jake Beard-Miller in the TMG Fabrication #32 took the feature from Jason Priolo and Dean Terry.


360 Podium: Jake Beard-Miller (1st - CTR), Jason Priolo (RHS) and Justin Bell

Current Limited Sprintcar State Champion Brayden Miller was brilliant all night

The Priolo Machine cut down a left rear earlier in the night

Kye Scroop drove the Peter Harvey-owned #83 Limited

Kye Scroop runs on the inside of Justin Bell

Brayden Miller is frequently a proponent of the Kwinana High line - Here Miller positions himself for his signature "Butterfly Net" move where he simply gathers up the opposition on the outside

Jake Beard-Miller won the 360 feature

The Harding Team cars in practice

Jamie Maiolo just hikes the left front of the #99 in pits bend during practice

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