Right before Gavin White recites his now famous Race Night catch cry of “The Time For Talk Has Finally Finished”, he generally makes reference to the Clinton Baulch Warrnambool ISUZU Pace Vehicle leaving the circuit, this has been a regular part of his commentary for the past 13 seasons thanks to the amazing support of Clinton Baulch.
Having enjoyed the amazing support of Multi-National Company Lucas Oil for a number of seasons, the announcement that Lucas Oil was undertaking a change of business strategy, meant that a proposed partnership extension with the Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic was flipped on its head, resulting in the departure of Lucas Oil from the event, leaving a void that would need to be rapidly filled!
Many race fans would remember the Ace Gates sponsored Sprintcar of Adrian Parr, circulating at many tracks across Victoria and interstate before he morphed into the Speedway Parts business that is Parr Motorsports.
As we sit and wait for some sort of indication as to what the 2020-21 Racing Season looks like, we would like to take the opportunity to pay homage to a number of our major venue and event partners.
2020 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic Champion James McFadden can now add the 2019-20 Parr Motorsports Premier Speedway Sprintcar Track Premiership to his resume having recorded an amazingly strong season of results at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool over the past season.
As per the rest of the Country, the staff at Premier Speedway Club, Warrnambool will be adhering to the Government Requirements with regards to COVID-19 and Social Distancing Practices.
Premier Speedway Club, Warrnambool – PRESS RELEASE
Re: COVID-19 Pandemic
James McFadden claimed not only the A-Main Win in Saturday Night's Sprintcar Feature event as presented by Wheelie Waste, but he also extended his lead in the Parr Motorsports Sprintcar Track Premiership.
A great night of racing at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool was held on Saturday March 14, with James McFadden surviving a broken front left shock and a late charge from Darren Mollenoyux (2nd) and Grant Anderson (3rd) to claim yet another feature race win at Sungold Stadium this season.
Race Day - Sungold Stadium Premier Speedway, Warrnambool.
Night 2 of the Dutton Garage Australian Speedcar Championship as presented by Dream Multi-Media certainly didn’t disappoint, as right from the opening lap of the opening heat of the night, the racing intensity lifted to an amazing level.
Night 1 of the Dutton Garage Australian Speedcar Championship as presented by Dream Multi-Media saw the twin preliminary A-Feature events claimed by International Raiders Carson Macedo and Michael Pickens, with the duo set to square off on the final night of the Australian Championship tomorrow.
Dutton Garage Australian Speedcar Championship Night One Points:
A highly class field will assemble at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool for the running of the Dutton Garage Australian Speedcar Championship as presented by Dream Multi-Media on February 28 and 29, 2020.
Highly rated 22-year Kaleb Currie is the latest International Driver to nominate for the Dutton Garage Australian Speedcar Championship at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool.
As entries for the 79th Dutton Garage Australian Speedcar Championship as presented by Dream Multi-Media continue to roll in ahead of this weekend’s deadline, it has been officially announced that four-time Australian Champion – Warrenne Ekins – will be the Grand Marshall for the event to be staged at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool on February 28 and 29, 2020.
Having swept all before him during his recent Speeedcar campaign at Sydney Speedway, California’s Carson Macedo will return to Australia for the Australian Speedcar Championship on February 28 and 29.
In a massive coup for the 2020 Dutton Garages, Dream Multi-Media Australian Speedcar Championship, current and nine-time New Zealand Midget Champion, Michael Pickens, has officially entered for February 28 and 29 at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool.