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LIMITED SPORTSMAN VICTORIAN TITLE
This weekend four Victorian Speedway Council titles will be decided, the Unlimited Sedans, Junior Standards, SDAV Hot Rods & last but not least, the Limited Sportsman title will have their state title decided at Horsham's 'Blue Ribbon Raceway' on Saturday night, with a number of drivers in position to add there name to a honour roll of title winners which includes Trevor Greenwood 3 x, Mark Laity 5 x & Joe Aston 4 times.
The Border region of Victoria & South Australia is very much the hot bed of Limited Sportsman racing with Horsham, Portland, Mount Gambier & Hamilton very strong in supporting the division, whilst at the other end of Victoria Bairnsdale & to a lesser extent Rosedale, also support the division with racing.
Weighing 620 without driver and a maximum of 850 with a driver, quick steer steering, radial tyres, modified cam shafts but no roller cams, methanol fuel with engines not exceeding 200ci for Holden’s whilst for Fords its 200ci plus .030 and running in the clockwise direction this paints you a picture of a Limited Sportsman.
Competitors likely to figure prominently in the results include South Australian Champion Mick Rizzoli from Ballarat, Craig Ansell, defending Victorian Champion Dillon Siely, the Aston’s, however most of the division is very close in driver ability and car performance so the battle for a top five place should be on like ‘Donkey Kong’!
Nineteen competitors have submitted a nomination to the title.
The Victorian Speedway Council wish the competitors a great nights racing & lots of personal best results.
For Victorian Speedway Council
HUGE UNLIMITED SEDAN FIELD FOR VICTORIAN TITLE AT HEARTLAND RACEWAY
This Saturday night the growing Unlimited Sedan division will line up with thirty competitors at Moama's 'Heartland Raceway' for the running of the 14/15 Victorian title defended by last seasons winner Damien Miller in a field with a number of potential winners lining up to take his # 1 plate.
Drivers such as Darren Nelson & Tim McPherson, winners previously at Heartland, are keen to put the torch to Miller whilst a long list that includes drivers from Alexandra, Heartland, Geelong, Redline, Drouin, Nyora, Rosedale & the GVAC Speedway clubs will make this a very entertaining night indeed.
There will be Commodores with LS1 engines, former AMCA chassis with various engine packages, a Cortina with a Holden engine, Modified Production spec cars & others in between as almost anything is fair in the Unlimited division.
As unfair as it might be to try and find a winner amongst the list, the likely winner is probably going to come from either of the Miller lads Damien or Brendan, Darren or Matt Nelson, Rahmon Rivero or Tim McPherson whilst it wouldn’t be a surprise if David Donegan, Jamie Paull, Phil Lepoideven, Jaedn Alberni, Tania Paull, Wayne Nelson, Sam Williams or Matt Chiminello figured in the top three.
The Victorian Speedway Council wish the best of nights to all competitors and ask that you have fun, finish the race & enjoy the stories after the races.
1 Damien Miller
VICTORIAN TITLE FOR SDAV HOT RODS TO BE DECIDED THIS SUNDAY AT DROUIN
The Victorian Speedway Council aligned SDAV Hot Rod Club head to Drouin Speedway this Sunday for their Victorian title race with defending champion Dean West a Gippsland based racer, keen to double up last season’s win with a victory at his closest race venue however recent winners in the division Kali Hovey & Shannon Meakins along with Drouin winner from earlier this season Phil Jenkins are amongst those looking to paint a different picture at the finish line.
West is hoping to hit back after a gentle rollover at Rushworth in the last race meeting for the division where Kali Hovey won the Ray Welsh Memorial ahead of her husband Shannon Meakins. If West can start out front of the title race he is going to be super hard to beat in the feature event with Meakins & Jenkins keen to qualify better in the heats and remove that important advantage of a front row start at Drouin from West.
Meakins last season at Alexandra could have become the # 1 driver if it wasn’t for mechanical breakdown, so this title is all about redemption for him whilst his wife has a bag full of confidence to carry with her when she enters the pit enclosure at Drouin on Sunday as the latest class winner.
Allen Luckett is another driver who has been in very consistent form this season who is hoping to figure prominently in the title race & if he can start at the front of the feature field, most see him not being passed as he knows every legal trick in the book to make it hard for chasers to get past.
Stan Marco a returning racer the past few weeks, rookie driver Neil Sixtus, veteran Russell Hovey, the ever improving young gun Dylan Linehan & the popular Glenn Lawless are all capable of strong results & will be looking to put into the title history record books their personal best result on Sunday.
SDAV HOT RODS VICTORIAN TITLE
The Victorian Speedway Council wish the members of the SDAV Hot Rod Club the best of luck for Sunday's race meeting.
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