5 reasons to be here Saturday!

  IF you are looking for a reason to attend the grand final of the 2016-17 World Series Sprintcar championship at the Perth Motorplex tonight, here are a handful of reasons why you need to be here. KERRY MADSEN – the Australian sprintcar champion is in town, fresh from victory in America – and he…

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Madsen mauls Motorplex field

  IF you weren’t at the Perth Motorplex on Friday night you missed out on a stellar drive by Kerry Madsen in the World Series Sprintcars feature race. The three-time Australian champion, who jetted back in from America this week, put on a clinic, thumping the rest of the field and being more than nine…

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Priolo is pumped for WSS

  DAVID Priolo made headlines for all the wrong reasons with a big crash in the Bunbury round of World Series Sprintcars last Saturday night. The throttle was jammed wide open on the pristine W8 that was soon turned to junk when he crashed into the pits bend violently in a heat race. Priolo was…

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Likeable Luch to be honoured

  Likeable West Australian Market Gardener, Luch Monte will be honoured this weekend at the Perth Motorplex, as the 30th Annual World Series Sprintcars Grand Final arrives in his hometown. The Wanneroo based owner of Monte Motorsport will present the winner of the Gold Shootout on Saturday night in front of his home crowd, where…

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WSS form guide is wide open

  THINK picking a winner for the final two rounds of the World Series Sprintcars championship, that will be held at the Perth Motorplex this Friday and Saturday will be easy? If so, you must have a crystal ball or spent a lot of time crunching the numbers. The talent in the field and the…

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World Series battle – it ain’t over!

  DON’T be fooled… The fight to be the 2016-17 World Series Sprintcar champion is well and truly on and will go down to the wire at the Perth Motorplex this Friday and Saturday nights. James McFadden, who has won two WSS crowns, is in the box seat for another championship with 3377 points next…

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Madsen and McFadden to clash

  ONE of the last times Kerry Madsen and James McFadden came together on the racetrack there was contact in the final stages of the Australian Sprintcar Championship in Sydney. McFadden sustained enough damage to put him out of the show, handing Madsen his third national title. It was a reflective Madsen after the controversial…

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Tatnell’s win breaks drought ahead of Grand Final at Perth Motorplex

Brooke Tatnell might be a multiple World Series Sprintcars champion but that hasn’t done him any favours in the 2016-17 championship. Saturday night in Bunbury saw Tatnell’s first feature race win in the current championship, taking victory from James McFadden and Jamie Veal in Bunbury after he set quick time at the start of the…

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Returning Nash ready to go

Lee Nash has been on the sidelines since late last year, suffering concussion in a heavy crash at the Perth Motorplex, but he has returned to the seat in the Wormall Civil #7. Nash and the team opted not to rush his return to racing, instead sitting out a handful of races until he was in…

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Ellement mindful of points

Ben Ellement will be chasing round wins when World Series Sprintcars arrives in Western Australia this week and he contests the first round of the Western Swing at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night. But the second-generation racer is also mindful of not putting too much on the line, ensuring he will be finishing the races…

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