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Solomons Wins Easter Nationals

Paul Solomon has won the 2024 360 Sprintcar Easter Nationals. After a very exciting race with plenty of position changes, it came down to a last lap pass to determine the winner.
1st Paul Solomon
2nd Rusty Hickman
3rd Todd Moule
Solomons Wins Easter Nationals2024-04-03T16:45:19+11:00

Caruso Wins Last Ever Allstars Round

Release: Australian Sprintcar Allstars
On Good Friday the final ever round of the Mainline Dynolog Dynamometers All Stars series was contested at Timmis Speedway, Mildura. Steve Caruso would write his name in the History Book as the last ever A-Main Winner of the series after it was announced a month before that Mandy Searle’s series would finish after 17 seasons of competition.
Rusty Hickman meanwhile would finish Second and wrap up his second All Stars Series Championship emulating the feats of his famous father Darren who won the very first All Stars Series 17 years ago. 3 time All Stars series champ and current Australia 1 Mark Caruso would round out the top 3.
Todd Moule started 10th but worked his way through the field to finish in 4th. Paul Solomon rounded out the top 5. They were followed by Keke Falland, Jordyn Charge, Brendan Guerin, Ryan Davis and Ricky Maiolo rounding out the top 10. Chris Solomon was next with Jake Smith, Jarman Dalitz, Todd Hobson, Ben Morris, Boyd Harris, Phil Lock and Jeremy Kupsch rounding out the finishers. Corey Sandow would be the only car to finish on the infield.
On an emotional night where we said goodbye to an amazing series Speedway Australia CEO Darren Tindall would make a special presentation to Series Promoter Mandy Searle in recognition of a wonderful 17 years of All Stars Competition.
Heat winners – Phil Lock, Chris Solomon, Rusty Hickman, Ben Morris, Todd Moule, Todd Hobson
Caruso Wins Last Ever Allstars Round2024-04-03T16:41:51+11:00

Egel Wins As Open Sprintcars Return To Mildura

Article from @Phil Michell
Egel Wins As Open Sprintcars Return To Mildura
Last Saturday night Matt Egel performed his iconic “Eagle Wing Dance” in front of a capacity crowd at the B&S Earthworks Timmis Speedway Mildura after an epic battle in Round 4 of the Sprintcars SA Southern Shootout Series. After sitting back for a majority of the race Egel made his move with 8 laps remaining as both Brock Hallet and Luke Dillon hesitated in the lapped traffic sweeping past both drivers to take the lead and, in the process, he closed the points gap on series leader Luke Dillon.
Dillon was able to minimise the damage with a runner-up finish while Ryan Jones, who was playing his double points “Joker card” completed the top three after starting from position thirteen.
“With the track taking rubber Brock and Luke were reluctant to move off the bottom and I felt like was in the best position running third. Brock made the slightest mistake in turn four and I was able to use my momentum to get past both. I am just so proud of this team, we only picked up this chassis earlier this week and Corey Brougham spent the whole week building this car. After the run we have had of late to come back and win tonight is a great result.
We were just lucky the race didn’t go any longer as I don’t think the right rear tyre would have gone an extra lap. I could feel it vibrating pretty bad with about three laps to go and the chords are showing so for once the luck went our way” added Matt following the event.
Fourth place in the main event went to Loxton resident Keke Falland with Daniel Pestka, who was also playing his Joker Card, completing the top five. Lachy McDonough, Steve Caruso, Corey Sandow, Todd Moule and Ryan Newton rounded out the top 10.
After his right rear tyre went down on the final lap Brock Hallett limped home in twelfth position, the final driver on the lead lap.
The only real incident of the main event occurred on lap 8 when the right front wheel came adrift on Chad Ely’s machine. As Ely spun in front of the field Jackson Delamont made contact with the #98 Triple X ending both of their nights.
Earlier in the night Queenslander Ryan Newton kicked the night off in style as he set the quickest time in Revolution Racegear Qualifying with a lap of 11.727 seconds just edging out time trial specialist Luke Dillon (11.799) and Matt Egel (11.828). In what was a dramatic session the top five were only covered by a mere .141 of a second.
With the heat line-ups seeded straight up with no inversion the results went to plan with all six of the front row starters transferring straight into the dash.
Ryan Newton was victorious in the opening Wide Open Clothing Co. / One6 Industries heat race ahead of Jackson Delamont, with Steven Caruso, Keke Falland, Ryan Jones and Parker Scott all gaining a direct transfer into the main event.
Luke Dillon and Will Carroll booked a spot into the dash from heat 2 while Chad Ely, Lachy McDonough, Adan King and Corey Sandow gained the other direct transfers into the 30-lap finale.
The final heat was the only preliminary that wasn’t won from the pole as Brock Hallett raced his way past Matt Egel to greet the chequered flag first with Daniel Pestka, Todd Moule, Ash Cook and local Jason Bolitho completing the top six. Bolitho managed to finish sixth despite bringing out the caution for hitting the turn 1 wall.
Luke Dillon would then go on to win the Showtime Signs Dash ahead of Newton, Hallett, Delamont, Egel and Carroll while rookies Jacob Pitcher and Jason Wilson would gain the final two spots available for the 20-car field by transferring from the Whyalla Earthworks B-Main.
Revolution Racegear Quick Time – V6 Ryan Newton – 11.727 seconds
Wide Open Clothing Co. / One6 Industries Heat Winners – V6 Ryan Newton, S81 Luke Dillon & Q5 Brock Hallett
Showtime Signs Dash Winner – S81 Luke Dillon
The Gateway – Mildura A-Main Winner – S52 Matt Egel
Phil Michell Motorsport Media Highest Placed Prosprintcar – NT52 Jason Bolitho (15th overall)
Double Points Joker Card Players – Q5 Brock Hallett, S10 Steven Caruso, D26 Todd Moule, S27 Daniel Pestka, V55 Parker Scott, S63 Ryan Jones.
Sprintcars SA Southern Shootout Series Points after Round 4 (Top 10) – 1. S81 Luke Dillon 1065, 2. S52 Matt Egel 1010, 3. S78 Keke Falland 780, 4. S38 Lachy McDonough 720, 5. S98 Chad Ely 694, 6. V43 Corey Sandow 674, 7. S63 Ryan Jones 644, 8.S27 Daniel Pestka 635, 9. Q5 Brock Hallett 600 10. S4 Lisa Walker 552.
Sprintcars SA would like to thank the following corporate partners for their support of the 2023/24 Southern Shootout Series:
Whyalla Earthworks Whyalla Mini Bins
Revolution Racegear
Clarend Transport
One6 Industries
Wide Open Clothing Co
Mildura Gateway
Showtime Signs
T&D Wholesale
Release and Photo by Phil Michell Motorsport Media for Sprintcars SA
Ends Release…


Egel Wins As Open Sprintcars Return To Mildura2024-03-01T09:14:19+11:00

Williams wins SA Wingless Sprint Title

Sydney driver Tyson Williams has won the 2024 for winning the 2023/24 SA State Title on Saturday night.
1st – NX48 Tyson Williams
2nd – N41 Jason Bates
3rd – S86 Kirby Hillyer
4th – VX50 Luke Weel
5th – S58 Nate Trewin
Williams wins SA Wingless Sprint Title2024-02-16T10:40:05+11:00


Matty Pascoe has been crowned the Victorian Super Sedan Champion following a phenomenal feature race at B&S Earthworks Timmis Speedway Mildura that had multiple lead changes and shock DNF’s that kept the crowd guessing constantly!
To kick off proceedings David Nichols was given the first award of the night after being voted as the best presented car and crew award at the Victorian Title.
At the highly anticipated big banks, it was Lucas Roberts in the V0 for Royal Precision Lubricants and Bendigo Metal Fab taking out the first heat win of the day. Lionel West was home in second with Dave Gartner in third.
Matty Pascoe was stout in heat race two, but knew that they had some room to move to make their car better. Michael Hally and David Nichols made up second and third.
This time around for heat 3 it was Zac Pascoe for the Sweet Chassis team with the win, ahead of Dylan Barrow and Jamie Collins.
Round two of heat races saw the blistering sun slickening off the surface a little as Tasmanian Callum Harper was the first to open up the top side winning from Dave Gartner and Mick Nicola Snr.
David Nichols then returned to victory lane, but with a heat winner to go with his Best Presented award this time around. Nichols led home the brothers Brock and Todd Atkins at second and third.
Ash Bergmeier was rampant in heat 6 with another top side showdown that seen the top three spots filled by Steve Jordan and National Champion Trent Wilson.
With the final chance to bank points in heat action reaching a fever pitch, Mick Nicola Jnr had to strike early and did exactly that with a heat win from Brad Pascoe and Dylan Barrow.
Heat 8 was all with the defending Victorian Champion who spoke about how tough the pressure was to defend that state crown, while holding Callum Harper and Trent Wilson out to a half second lead.
The last heat of the night was all in for the Joker Steve Jordan who was flash in his new (borrowed) race suit, Jordan was first home from Michael Hally and Dave Gartner.
Dropping the B Main, cars packed into the Colosseum of Clay that is Timmis Speedway for the feature event looking down the barrel of 23 cars to take the green.
However heartbreak would instill early as pole sitter Dave Gartner would suffer a mechanical failure and bow out of the very first race restart. All the while David Nichols settled into the race lead and began to put solid laps in his book and approaching lap traffic. Lucas Roberts would follow Gartner infield with a similar mechanical gremlin plaguing the V0.
Kemble Aylett would suffer a similar fate in the form of a punctured right rear sending him infield and yellow on the raceway.
On the restart Nichols was the leader but a fast closing Dylan Barrow and Matty Pascoe were lurking with Intent. Kym Leyson and Brock Atkins would also head to the lawn, with the race contender David Nichols being forced to retire. Within a couple laps Callum Harper also headed down there with a fast race car unable to finish.
Dylan Barrow now went to work on Pascoe before making the move and locking it down for 10 or so laps, before a gremlin started to rear its head, and an eventual flat tyre would also spoil the hopes of the Barrow #17. With Pascoe back to the front he just had to settle the ship, and managed to do exactly that.
Pascoe led home from there, Ash Bergmeier and Mick Nicola Jnr from Brad Pascoe and Trent Wilson making up the official top five.
Tyson Moon was home in sixth, with Jamie Collins, Michael Hally, Mick Nicola Snr, Zac Pascoe, Todd Atkins, Travis Ramsdale, Paul Blenkiron, Lionel West and Steve Jordan adding to the last of the finishers in this Victorian Super Sedan Title.
PASCOE PICTURE PERFECT2024-02-05T09:42:03+11:00

McCarthy & Dolic Win at Timmis

On a very hot day in Mildura, Timmis Speedway held round 3 of the Ti Bill’s Wingless Sprint Series and round 2 of the SA Modified Sedan Series, with junior sedans as support.

In a 30 lap feature that went flag to flag with no stoppages, Jack McCarthy made his way from 7th starting position to take the win in a very entertaining race.

1st – S23 Jack McCarthy
2nd – S58 Nate Trewin
3rd – S26 Rylan Furler
Modified Sedans was taken out by Taleah Dolic, with Angelo Halacas and Wade McCarthy rounding out the podium after a very close race.
1st – MDA33 Taleah Dolic
2nd – MDA86 Angelo Halacas
3rd – MDA6 Wade McCarthy
Junior Sedans was won by Ryan Burns over Deklan Bolitho and Evan McAllister.
1st – MDA12 Ryan Burns
2nd – MDA52 Deklan Bolitho
3rd – SA25 Evan McAllister
Full event results can be found here:
McCarthy & Dolic Win at Timmis2024-01-15T15:03:03+11:00

Quinn wins the Col Beasley Classic

On a very stormy night at Timmis Speedway, South Australian Brendan Quinn has taken out Round 2 of the Flocon Australian Sprintcar Allstars Series.

A couple of short rain delays held up the start of the feature race but the re-working of the track made for a very fast race.
Quinn would start out of P2 along side Chad Ely on the front row, followed by Keke Falland and Mark Caruso off row 2. He passed Ely for the lead early in the race, with Mark Caruso moving up to second and followed Quinn very closely through lapped traffic.
On lap 18 Caruso made contact with a lapped car causing him to flip onto his side and ended his race.
Chad Ely was now second on the restart and stuck by Quinn for the rest of the feature but was unable to make a move. Rusty Hickman had started 14th in the feature and had worked his way up to third.

Feature Result:
1st: S14 Brendan Quinn
2nd: S98 Chad Ely
3rd: V40 Rusty Hickman
4th: V7 Paul Solomon
5th: S78 Keke Falland

Full results:

Modified Sedans:
1st: Taleah Dolic
2nd: Ty Galley
3rd: Peter McCarthy

1st: Stephen Hopkins (New 15 lap record)
2nd: Dean Haseltine
3rd: Darren McCarthy

Full Results:

Quinn wins the Col Beasley Classic2023-12-11T16:01:21+11:00

Throckmorton wins season opener at Timmis

The 2023/24 Timmis Speedway season opened with a big night with the Ross Crick Memorial and Round 2 of the Southern Street Stock Series.
Street Stocks:
1st: C18 Ricky Throckmorton
2nd: Bryan Brown
3rd: Jayden Edwards
4th: Carey Weston
Wingless Sprints:
1st: Bradley McCarthy
2nd: Ryan Furler
3rd: Nate Trewin
Modified Sedans:
1st: Wade McCarthy
2nd: Taleah Dolic
3rd: Peter McCarthy
Junior Sedans:
1st: Deklan Bolitho
2nd: Ryan Burns
3rd: Jayden Garner
Throckmorton wins season opener at Timmis2023-11-20T09:17:11+11:00

Timmis Speedway Lights Up!

In a huge milestone for the club, the new track lighting was switched on for the first time and works perfectly.
Electricians will work to aim the LED lights over the next couple of days, but already it looks amazing and we are excited to see some cars on track.

Our first race meeting will be the Ross Crick Memorial on November 18.

Timmis Speedway Lights Up!2023-10-27T09:35:16+11:00

Sprintcar Allstars November 4 Rescheduled

The committee unfortunately wish to advise that the start of the season has had to be postponed once again.
Works have been happening at a rapid rate in recent times, this week we were due to start crucial ground works for the new electrical system along with the continuation of preparing the new racing surface to hit our November 4 dead line. Yesterday we received in excess of 35mm of rain and this has delayed these works by at least a week.
So the meeting scheduled for November 4th (Col Beasley Classic) has been rescheduled to December 9th. We would like to thank Mandy Searle & the Australian Sprintcar All Star Series for working with us in a rapid manner to be able to reschedule this meeting. Unfortunately, the Speedcars are no longer available for the rescheduled date but we will continue to work with these guys to plan a run latter in the year or next season as we we’re super excited to have the Speedcars back at B&S Earthworks Timmis Speedway.
Our opening meeting will now be the Ross Crick Memorial on November 18 with one maybe two scheduled practices to happen in the lead up to the opening meeting.
Keep an eye on social’s for updates & also a scheduled working bee to be held next Saturday & Sunday (October 14 & 15) with more details coming during the week.
Sprintcar Allstars November 4 Rescheduled2023-10-05T15:05:56+11:00
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