Come On Push

COME ON PUSH: The pushers from left, are Eric Davison, Don McMillian, Dave Donald, ??, Barry Hunt, ?? ,(behind Hunt_ and Garry Mills. ?? this week, club members were collection money from Horsham district people who sponsored the push. They ?? in ?? more than $200. PHOTO: WImmera Mail-Times
COME ON PUSH: The pushers from left, are Eric Davison, Don McMillian, Dave Donald, ??, Barry Hunt, ?? ,(behind Hunt_ and Garry Mills.
?? this week, club members were collection money from Horsham district people who sponsored the push. They ?? in ?? more than $200. PHOTO: WImmera Mail-Times

The driver is Robert “??” ?? in a seven manpower Prefect. And after having his own turn at pushing it was pure blish for him to be behind the steering wheel.

Horsham Motor Sports Club pushed the car 15 miles between Natimuk and Horsham to raise moeny for the ckub’s $35,00 Dooen Speedway

SOURCE: The Mail-Times 1971?

A Sunday Drive, But Slowely!

A Sunday Drive, but Slowly!
Wimmera Mail-Times, 1971?

Twelve Members of  Horsham Motor Sports Club will push a car from Natimuk to Horsham on Sunday to raise funds for a $35,000 speedway at Dooen. The members will start pushing a Ford Prefect at Natimuk at 11am. They hop to reach Horsham after five hours pushing.

Club vice-president, Mr Barry Hunt, said yesterday the car-pushers were being sponsored and would receive payment for each mile of the 15-mile journey. The money would go towards the building of a $35,000 speedway at Dooen.

“We have plans for a speedway on a half-mile track at Dooen”, he said. “The track will include 100-mile-an-hour straights and will be the best in Australia. “the club has already cleared the track and is ready to begin digging for the new work.”

Mr Hunt said the club planned a night car trial and a day trial of the quarter-mile contest to help raise funds for the speedway.

SOURCE: The Mail-Times 1971?

All Clear For New Speedway – Races in 1972

All Clear for New Speedway - Races in 1972
Wimmera Mail-Times, 1971

$40,000 track at Dooen

The State Government has given Horsham Motor Sports Club the all clear to start work on its new speedway, costing between $30,000 and $40,000, at Dooen near Horsham.

The first day races and night races under lights will be late next year.

Sports club committeeman Mr Don McMillan, announced yesterday that his club would call tenders next month for earth work which will shape the speedway.

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