2014 Champion Kaeding Is Back

He is back! Tim Kaeding will return to Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool for Victorian based car owner Wayne Cole aboard the VA6 entry.

Joining TK in the field will be Warrnambool’s Jye O’Keeffe, Brayden Cooley and Chris McInerney from Young in New South Wales.

Kaeding the 2014 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is an excitement machine, who has made a living out of going fast and passing cars!

In 2018, Kaeding contested the Classic for Cole, keeping all in attendance captivated with his all or nothing approach as he fielded a damaged car after an early heat race incident.

His Sunday night charge concluded with a 20th place finish in B Main 1.

In 2019 things fell a little more into place with the native of San Jose, California recording a tenth place run in the Sunday night Classic finale as eventually run by Robbie Farr.

Kaeding’s American season saw him form a two-car team with good friend and fellow live wire both on and off the track Jason Sides.

This partnership produced some great performances with seven top five results on the ultra-tough World of Outlaws Tour from 12 top ten finishes.

Arguably the best results came during the Month of Money at Knoxville Raceway where TK charged from a 12th place start in the B-Main to run 6th in the Capitani Classic before he backed that up with a fourth place run in the A-Main of the Knoxville Nationals!

This man can wheel a race car!

No matter where he runs, Kaeding will be one to watch at the Classic.

O’Keeffe endured a tough, heartbreaking run as a contracted driver for World Series Sprintcars but so far, the 2019-20 season has proven that he has lost none of his talent, nor car speed.

Having finished 18th in B-Main 2 in 2019, O’Keeffe is another of the strongly supported local drivers who will be looking to upstage some of the Big Names during the Classic weekend.

The V42 Maxim will as always be adorned with the names of many, including Midfield Meats, Okely Contracting, Collins Court Butchers, API Plumbing, Let’s Talk, B&J Davies, Westvic Sheds, G&C Forestry, Mortlake Roadhouse, Morton Power, G&H Distributors, WMI, SHR, Warrnambool Powdercoating, Merri Aluminum, Gulf Western Oil, Atlas Concrete, Jono @ Chemblast, Thomo’s Race Graphix, Autosmart, Pro Dent and Tyre Factory Warrnambool.

Brayden Cooley will take the challenge of the Classic weekend for the first time aboard the V20 Cool Chassis with an Inglis race Engines 410 for company.

Young Gun Cooley, the sone of well known Chassis Manufacturer – John, will enjoy some great support from Hutt Construction, Cool Chassis, Cool Racing Products, BJ Davis & Co, DMI, AFCO Shock Doctor, You Pack Removals and Hoskin Steering Gear.

Making the trek from Young NSW will be Chris McInerney who finished 6th in C-Main 1 at the 2019 Classic.

The regular at Sydney Speedway has shown some great speed in recent times and is capable of piecing together a strong Classic assault.

For the Classic McInerney will campaign a Triple X Chassis with KRE Race Engines supplying all the horsepower he will need aboard the C-Mac Concrete, Mad Harry’s, YPC and Tilmac Sheds backed N40 entry.

The 2020 South West Conveyancing Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is supported by KFC, Performance Racegear, The Lady Bay Resort, GJ Gardner Homes and KRE Race Engines and will be held from Friday January 24, 2020 through to Sunday January 26, 2020.

Tickets for the Classic are currently available via with three and single night ticket options available.

On-line sales will cease at midnight on Thursday January 23, 2020 with nightly ticket sales available from the Warrnambool side gates from 9am on Friday January 24, 2020.

Copies of the 2020 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic entry form have been forwarded to the 2019 entrants while a PDF version is available for download from the Premier Speedway website

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