A field of nine racing trucks at Blue Ribbon this Saturday Feb 15th.
The largest truck field at the Blue Ribbon this weekend, includes new drivers Tracey Penny (first female driver in the Blue Ribbon Trucks), Frank Chrystie, and Dean Thomas. Jason Phillips is also on the track for the first time this season.
The Blue Ribbon Truck racing team has been gaining steadily in popularity over the last eighteen months since they were first created by a team of enthusiasts in the Horsham Motor Sports Club.
The trucks will be looking for a great practice run before racing at Speedway City in Adelaide.
Due to the continuing success of the NASR Junior Development Program at Horsham, another group is about to go into training. Of the last group of eleven juniors who successfully completed the program last September, three are already racing and three more are in the midst of building cars to go racing.
For more information, or to enrol for the coming program please contact us.
The Blue Ribbon Raceway finally opened their season on Saturday night with an action packed program of Vintage and Modern classes mixed. Saturday night’s racing included 12 classes and 44 races on the program, with the doubled up program commencing at 4.30pm. Continue reading Blue Ribbon Season Opens
The Horsham Motor Sports Club has received 120 nominations for 13 different Speedway classes in this weekend’s Speedway Carnival. Drivers from Gippsland, Melbourne, Warrnambool, Geelong, Ballarat, Mildura and other local areas will be at the raceway to contest the features and trophies in the double headed meeting to wind up the 2001-2002 Speedway racing season.
Continue reading Blue Ribbon Speedway Carnival Promises Plenty of Action