Heading into the recent running of the Queensland Lightning Sprint Title at Kingaroy Speedway, Jason Rae wasn’t considered one of the main favourites; however, that didn’t stop him from standing on top step of the podium at the night’s end.
When it comes to the winner of last Saturday night’s Stockmans Civil & Plant Queensland Lightning Sprint Title at Kingaroy Speedway, you wouldn’t have found anyone that was begrudging of eventual winner Jason Rae.
A solid field of drivers are gearing up to go into battle this Saturday night in an effort to clinch the Stockmans Civil & Plant Queensland Lightning Sprint Title spoils at Kingaroy Speedway, but it’s certainly going to be no easy feat.
With 16 confirmed nominates for Round 4 of the Everyday Finance Solutions QLSRA Club Championship this meeting is one not to be missed!!
As the club embarks on a 3 weekends of racing including the QLD Title this round is the last chance for drivers to dial in their cars before the first blue ribbon event of the season.
This weekend sees form driver Sean Iacono piloting his Sowerby’s Towing Q21 machine on a hat trick of Feature Race wins and the man to beat. He is in hot form heading into this weekend.
With 14 Everyday Finance Solutions Club Championship rounds and multiple blue-ribbon events on the calendar, the 2018-19 season is gearing up to be a big one for the Queensland Lightning Sprints Racing Association, whose schedule will be spread across three different tracks.
Youngster Aaron Kelly last Saturday night came away with the 2017-18 season’s biggest prize – the Everyday Finance Solutions Queensland Club Championship – for the Queensland Lightning Sprints Racing Association at their awards night.
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