Veal the real deal – A1!

  JAMIE Veal won the DiCandilo Steel City Australian 360 Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night from defending champion Luke Dillon and Jason Kendrick. Veal started on pole for the drama-packed 40-lap championship field and after getting the jump on fellow front-rower Kendrick at the start, he was never challenged for the…

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Yes we are racing tonight!

While we know it looks a bit scary up north, don’t worry because the weather has done a wall-banging flip and we are done with the wet stuff in Kwinana. Perth Motorplex is ready to heat up for the Di Candilo Steel City Australian 360 Sprintcar Title! Don’t forget to bring as many kids as…

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Kendrick claims title night 1

  FROM the get-go Jason Kendrick was on a mission in the 20-lap preliminary feature race at the DiCandilo Steel City Australian 360 Sprintcar Championship at the Perth Motorplex on Friday night. He started on the outside of Jamie Veal for the final and after going very wide at the start of the race, set…

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The monsters are off the leash!

They’ve been cooped up in containers and tethered to trailers, but the Monster Trucks have been stretching their legs these past couple of days at Perth Motorplex. Check out Convict getting some serious altitude over Raptor! We spoke with the team from Monster Events and they said days like these are important for testing little…

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Unleashing monsters at the Motorplex

Fathers often want their sons to follow their career footsteps – but monster truck driver is a rare trade. Sydney’s Brock Thomas, 22, will be crushing cars, doing jumps and generally causing mayhem this Saturday at Perth Motorplex for Monster Trucks Unleashed IV. Brock’s father Kevin built and drove the first Monster Truck in Australia,…

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JMac wins World Series final

  JAMES McFadden put the icing on his World Series Sprintcars championship cake when he won the 30-lap series grand final at the Perth Motorplex on Saturday night. McFadden started from P3 but got to the lead early and then led to the finish line, claiming victory over Australian champion Kerry Madsen and Cameron Gessner.…

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Two left in championship race

  Australian Champion Kerry Madsen decimated the field on Night 1 of theWorld Series Sprintcars Grand Final weekend at Perth Motorplex. While James McFadden (pictured in action by Peter Roebuck), Jamie Veal and Brooke Tatnell focused on overall series points, Madsen was able to win the 30 lap A-Main by almost three-quarters of a lap…

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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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