This Easter Long weekend saw the Horsham Motor Sports Club host the Octane Alley Speedway Sedans Australian Title for Modified Sedans at their track in Kalkee, in what has been called one of the most successfully run title events in recent seasons.
Positive comments from representatives of Speedway Sedans Australia and Speedway Australia were confirmed by competitors and the huge crowds over the three day event. The HMSC members can be very proud of the event which is only the second National title awarded to the club since the track was built in the mid ‘90’s. Continue reading Waters Reigns at Blue Ribbon→
Horsham Motor Sports Club in partnership with Octane Alley Performance and Speedway Sedans Australia, proudly bring to Blue Ribbon Raceway the Australian Title for Modified Production Sedans on the Easter weekend.
In excess of 55 teams have entered this prestigious event in what is the second ever Australian Title presented to the club at the track in the paddock in Kalkee. The only other coming was in the 1997/98 season for the GP Midget Australian Title and is a great show of persistence and perseverance for the legion of volunteers that have powered the club over the years.
Bendigo driver Kevin Clark out performed top local racers to secure the vacant Three Litre Title in heated battles at Blue Ribbon Raceway, Kalkee on Saturday night.
Vacated by four time champion Will Lamb, the scene was set for a night of tight racing for the coveted number 1 to be placed on the winning car for the next year.
Drivers from throughout the state converged on the “track in the paddock” north of Horsham with local heroes Ellis, Honeyman and Gerlach wanting to keep the title in local hands for the first time in many years.