If there is an international driver in motorsport who has been to Australia more than Billings, Montana-based Chuck Haynes, we’d like to find them. The 66 year old jet dragster racer has been visiting Perth and the rest of ‘down under’ for the past 24 years and he estimates he has made 50 trips between…Details
PICKING a winner for the sprintcar feature race that will be held at the Perth Motorplex on Boxing Day as part of USA v WA Sprintcar Speedweek will not be easy. There will be plenty of attention on Americans Ryan Smith and Parker Price Miller who are intent on dishing it up to the local…Details
Chuck ran 480kmh (298mph) at the Drag Racing Grand Final last season, 2mph shy of the magic 300mph mark. He is now in his second season with the moustache and is desperately hoping to shave it off on the 30th December!
In his first ever race meeting at the Perth Motorplex, American Tucker Klaasmeyer has raced his way to a brilliant win in the inaugural Di Candilo Steel City John Day Speedcar Classic. Klaasmeyer, originally slated to start the thirty lap feature race from position five, had the angels smiling upon him from the get go…Details
JAMIE Veal is the new WA Sprintcar champion after he won the hard-fought title decider from Kaiden Manders and Carl Dowling at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night. In his first outing as the new full-time driver for Krikke Motorsport, Veal looked solid in the feature race, starting from P6, hitting the lead on lap…Details
THE American drivers for the USA v WA Sprintcar Speedweek are locked in. Parker Price Miller and Ryan Smith will be arriving on our shores for a WA Christmas before they take on the local brigade in the five-night series. The action kicks off at the Perth Motorplex on December 26 before then…Details
After all the buildup, after all the announcements and after all the excitement, it all comes down to this. The Di Candilo Steel City John Day Speedcar Classic is just mere days away and with a twenty four car field nominated, the action is going to be nothing short of breathtaking. We have our international…Details
‘The General’ John Day and his bright orange push Utes are quite simply an iconic part of Australian Speedway. For over fifty years they have been parading around Speedways in Western Australia and although they aren’t used as often for the Late Models, the Day family have still become well and truly entrenched within every…Details