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Nomination now for 17th March
Posted 19th February, 2018.
The next race
meeting at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway will be held on Saturday 17th
March. The next round of the Super Sedan Queensland Series
will be held along with Round 10 of the IBRP Wingless Sprint Club
Sedans and Production Sedans are also on the program and this will
be a club show for both. However, for the Production Sedan
division, this will be the final run in Kingaroy before the 2018
Queensland Title is held in Kingaroy on 21st April.
form can be found on the FORMS page of this website and nominations
close on Sunday 11th March at 5pm.
Smith wins the Royal
Posted 28th January, 2018.
Champion Matty Smith has become the youngest ever winner of the IBRP
Kings Royal after winning last nights event at the tender age of 18.
Smith started from pole position after beating top points scorer
Brett Barron from Kingaroy in the Pole Shuffle. After a
dazzling fireworks show in the lead up to the main 50 lap race that
was held in front of a capacity Kingaroy crowd, Smith got the early
jump. Mid way through the race, Western Australian Clint
Noakes got to the lead until smtih was eventually able to get back
into the lead to run away with the race. Further back in the
field, the battle was epic with multiple grooves providing plenty of
passing and a heap of action for the huge crowd that was in
attendance. Noakes was able to hang on from a fast finishing
Rodney Pammenter who came from 14th position. Victorian Matt
Nelson finished fourth just ahead of Mark Raymont who started 24th
in the final race, after borrowing car to complete the event as he
blew the engine in his normal ride.
Maddi McGee won an impressive Queens Royal event just ahead of Jess
O'Meara, Sarah Franz, Victorian Brooke Ferguson and Tiffany
O'Keeffe. The Queens Royal was a huge success which was all
about fun and recognizing the contribution Women make in our sport.
events over the weekend, Daniel Henshaw won the Production Sedan
feature ahead of Neil Keldoulis and New South Welshman Stuart
Fawcett. The Street Stock feature was won by Nathan Barbeler
ahead of Ashley Barron who are both from Kingaroy, with Toowoomba's
Robert Trapp finishing third. The Junior Sedan feature on
Friday night was won by Cody O'Connell. Victorian Jack
Ramsdale finished second with Toowoomba's Mitchell Pammenter
finishing in third.
The club has a
well earnt break until 17th March when the Super Sedans return for
round 12 of the Queensland Series. The club would like to
sincerely thank everyone that attended the Kings Royal along with
all of the sponsors. In addition to this, the entire event
wouldn't have been possible without all the hard work and dedication
from our volunteers that have worked for weeks upon weeks to make
this meeting a reality.
It's Kings Royal Time
Posted 18th January, 2018.
It is time for
IBRP Kingaroy Speedway’s biggest race meeting of the season, the
IBRP Kings Royal. This massive event will be held over three huge
nights between Thursday 25th January and Saturday 27th January,
2018. Racing gets underway from 5pm each night and over 170 drivers
have nominated for the event which has attracted cars from all over
With close to $40,000 in prize money on offer for the Modified
Sedans, it’s no wonder the field is full of Australia’s very finest
from every part of Australia. The current Australian Champion Matty
Smith is joined by the Western Australian Champion Clint Noakes
along with the South Australian and Victoria Champion Aidan Raymont
as well as the New South Wales and Queensland number one in Rodney
Pammenter. In addition to these current state and national
champions, former national champion and defending Kings Royal
champion Greg Worling is among the star studded field of 76 Modified
Sedans. The Modified Sedans will contest 3 nights of furious racing
that gets underway on Thursday 25th January from 5pm.
Joining the Modified Sedans on Thursday night will be 21 Production
Sedans and 20 Street Stocks. Friday night will see 31 Junior Sedans
take centre stage alongside the Modified Sedans and the final night
will see a special one off event the Queens Royal, where 28 women
have entered a celebratory event that has been scheduled to
acknowledge the massive contribution so many women make in the sport
of speedway. With prize money up for grabs and a wonderful winners
memento from Lee Volk Jewellers, some of the country’s best women
sedan drivers will battle it out over 3 frantic rounds of heats and
a 20 lap feature race.
Saturday night will also see a Fireworks show just prior to the
Kings Royal fifty lap feature race. For the first time ever, the
giant 40 square metre video screen will be at this event which will
bring a brand new dimension to the entertainment component of the
Kings Royal. The Big Screen will show all the action live, along
with plenty of interest pieces, action replays and lots, lots more
over the 3 days of action.
Racing gets underway at 5pm each night and we look forward to seeing
everyone at the venue for Australia’s richest Modified Sedan event.
Here’s the final list of nominations in all divisions
Modified Sedans (76)
Matty Smith (Australian Champ)
Rodney Pammenter (QLD & NSW #1)
Aidan Raymont (VIC & SA #1)
Clint Noakes (WA #1 – WA)
Tim Atkin (Australia #2)
Nick Cockerill (Australian #3 - VIC)
Greg Worling (Defending Kings Royal Champion)
Kye Walters (VIC)
Peter Walters (VIC)
Matt Nelson (VIC)
Ty Galley (VIC)
Marcus Reddecliffe (VIC)
Aaron Bunton (VIC)
Justin Drew (VIC)
Brock Atkins (VIC)
Wayne Ramsdale (VIC)
Paul Egan (ACT)
Clint Watson (NSW)
Ross Nicastri (NSW)
Brad Wise (NSW)
Max Clarke (NSW)
Jordan Biviano (NSW)
Queens Royal (28)
Brooke Ferguson (VIC)
Felcity Roycroft (VIC)
Production Sedans (21)
Stuart Fawcett (NSW)
Steve Downes (NSW)
Street Stocks (20)
Dean Platt (NSW)
Junior Sedans (31)
Jack Ramsdale (VIC)
Todd Moule (VIC)
Mother Nature wins December race meeting
Posted 10th December, 2017.
last nights race meeting at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway was washed out
after storm swept the venue just after 8pm. Up until that
point, the club had done a fantastic job to get all of the
qualifying heats completed and only the four feature races where the
left to be completed, but once the rain arrived, that would be it
The club will
now break over a Christmas and return for the IBRP Kings Royal on
25th to 27th January, 2018.
Another great night of action at Kingaroy
Posted 4th December, 2017.
fantastic list of nominations has been received for this Saturday
nights Christmas race meeting that will be held on 9th December at
IBRP Kingaroy Speedway. Close to thirty Street Stocks will
contest the King of Kingaroy event which pays $1,000 to win.
Also on the program will be the Prelude to the Royal for the
Modified Sedans which has attracted another awesome field of close
to thirty Modified Sedans, who all want to perform well in the final
hitout in Kingaroy before January's IBRP Kings Royal. A great
field of Junior Sedans return for another instalment and twelve
Lightning Sprints return to the Kingaroy showground venue for the
Patrick Moroney Memorial. Unfortunately due to a lack of
nominations, Late Models have been cancelled from the program and
the club would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Racing will start at 4:45pm and will be finished by 10:30pm.
Below are all
the nominations in each division. The free online digital
event program will be available later in the week and can be viewed
of downloaded by clicking on the link above (when available).
Programs are no longer sold at the venue, so all drivers, officials
and spectators are urged to print out or save the link to your phone
to avoid disappointment on the day.
Stocks 'King of Kingaroy' (28)
Modified Sedans 'Prelude to the Royal' (28)
Junior Sedans (15)
Lightning Sprints 'Patrick Moroney Memorial' (12)
David Van Vegchel
Nominate now for 9th December
Posted 20th November, 2017.
now open for the next race meeting at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway.
Street Stocks will contest the $1,000 to win King of Kingaroy.
Junior Sedan and Modified Sedans are both back for another hit out
before the Kings Royal weekend and after an absence for a few
season's Lightning Sprints return for the Patrick Moroney Memorial.
Late Models also return for their only show of the season.
pack can be found on the FORMS page of this website and contains all
relevant information regarding formats and payouts for each
division. Nominations close on Sunday 3rd December at 5pm.
Quick Results from 11.11.17
Posted 12th November, 2017.
A strong crowd
of over 1000 people turned out to watch an action packed night of
racing. Below are the quick results from the night.
Sedan (Australian Grand Prix)
1. Tim Atkin
2. Josh Crang
3. Josh Arthur
Earlier in the night Chris Pagel won the shootout over Tim Atkin by
0.001 seconds and accepted the Steering and Suspension Warehouse
Back of the Bus Challenge and started from position 20. Pagel made
his way through to finish the feature in 5th which was an impressive
Earlier in the shootout Pagel also lowered the Production Sedan one
lap record to 16.490, which is nearly half a second faster than the
previous lap record which was set at the last meeting by Paddy
In other results from another well run event by so many hard working
club volunteers that saw 40 events completed by 10:30pm.
1. Matt Hardy (QLD)
2. Shane Newstead (NSW)
3. Steve Potts (QLD)
1. Kevin Willis (NSW)
2. Robert Mazzer (NSW)
3. Brody Thomsen (QLD)
1. Travis Hutchison
2. Nathan Barbeler
3. Robert Trapp
1. Ardie Jonic
2. Brad Pascoe
3. Casey O’Connell
IBRP Kingaroy Speedway returns on 9th December for another big night
featuring the $1000 to win Street Stock King of Kingaroy, Modified
Sedans, Late Models, Junior Sedans and the return of Lightning
Over one hundred nominations again
Posted 6th November, 2017.
hundred drivers across five different divisions have nominated for
this weekends second race meeting of the season at IBRP Kingaroy
Speedway. This weekend (11th November, 2017) will feature over
thirty Production Sedans who will contest the Steering and
Suspension Warehouse Australian Grand Prix, where over $6000 in
prize money is up for grabs including $500 from Steering and
Suspension Warehouse if the pole sitter decides to accept the Back
of the Bus Challenge.
twenty AMCA Nationals will contest round two of the Russell's Race
Engines Country Challenge Series and eighteen Wingless Sprints will
battle it out in round four of the IBRP Club Championship Series. A
fantastic line up of Street Stocks and Junior Sedans make up the
forty-one event program that gets underway at 4pm sharp. Below
are all of the nominated drivers.
Production Sedans (31)
G2 Chris Pagel
GL05 Richard Cook
Bb7 Dennis Shallcross
G8 Josh Crang
Sc8 Kayla Stokes
G9 Wade Flikweert
M9 Joel Berkley
G10 Daniel Henshaw
M10 Russell Cowley
G14 Dayne Francis
G15 Tim Atkin
B15 Brett Baxter
M15 Josh Arthur
Sc16 Aaron Sander
G17 Neil Keldoulis
N17 Trent Dhu
Sc23 Adrian Stott
G25 Selina English
N29 Steve Downes
Sb32 Brody Fraser
Sb38x Traci McGee
Sb38 Maddi McGee
Sb41 Darrell White
N58 Trent Nicola
Sc61 Jim Cowley
G62 Hayden Well
M63 Brayden Pacey
Rk71 Kev Young
Sb88 Craig Harm
Cr96 Chris Evans
G97 Paddy Brennan
Street Stocks (18)
N1 Peter Thompson
Sb6 Nic Stein
Sb7 Travis Hutchison
Sb17 Dylan Jarman
Sb21 Jarrod Iacono
Cr23 Robert Trapp
Sb25 Derek Richards
Sb27 Dion Wood
Rk31 Murray Batley
Sb44 Ashley Barron
Sb48 Sheree Barron
C64 John Stoward
Sb81 Michelle Barbeler
Sb88 Nathan Barbeler
C88 Josie Thompson
GL93 Timmy Coomber
Sb96 Ben Langton
Sb777 Brad Mendes
Junior Sedans (17)
Q1 Ardie Jonic
Sc8 Dakota Laverty
C11 Bodhi Russ
Sb12 Damon Musch
C12 Brodie Hollyman
C16 Harrison Bates
B18 Brad Pascoe
Sb24 Shay Barron
C28 Allira Deen
Sb44 Kipp Barron
B48 Casey O'Connell
B73 Kaitlyn Field
C74 Ellie Peacock
Sb82 Dane Andersson
GL92 Jye Coomber
Cr99 Jordan Cunningham
Sc99 Callum Auld
AMCA Nationals (19)
Q 6 Steve Price
Q 7 Shane McKinnell
Q14 Nick Storey
Q15 Matt Hardy
Q18 Russ Hardy
Q20 Graeme Holland
Q22 Michael Mason
Q25 Anthony Joyce
N27 Shane Newstead
Q28 Damien Groer
Q29 Matthew Herne
Q31 Stephen Ward
Q32 Steve Potts
Q56 Thomas Vickery
Q73 Ricky Sendall
Q75 Chris Wright
Q79 Neville Norton
Q88 David Moore
Q93 Cody Simmons
Wingless Sprints (18)
N2 Robert Mazzer
Q2 Brad Keiler
N11 Kevin Willis
Q12 Paul Taylor
Q18 Brody Thomsen
Q20 Brian Dixon
Q26 Jason Black
Q28 Paul Robinson
Q30 Joshua Dreaver
Q48 Steve Thomsen
Q49 Cody O’Connell
Q54 Brant Chandler
Q60 Mick Lampard
Q68 Stevie Love
NX77 Mick Reid
N80 Trent Martin
Q82 Andrew Robinson
Q97 Brendan Webber
Season Opener was a record breaker
Posted 15th October, 2017.
forecast and the weather around the area, IBRP Kingaroy Speedway
worked tireless during the past couple of days to still be able to
put on an awesome race meeting last night in Kingaroy. The
racing all night was outstanding on track that provided three new
lap records and plenty of passing and multiple grooves all night
broke his own Super Sedan lap record numerous times to ultimately
lower it down to 14.177 seconds.
Production Sedans, Paddy Brennan lowered the lap record to 16.968
seconds during the frantic heat racing.
continued into the features, with Ardie Jonic in the Junior Sedan
division also lowering the one lap record down to 17.531 seconds.
Here are the
quick results from the night:
1. Aidan Raymont
2. Tim Atkin
3. Peter Gray
1. Josh Crang
2. Patrick Brennan
3. Dayne Francis
1. Ashley Barron
2. Travis Hutchison
3. Nathan Barbeler
1. Ardie Jonic
2. Casey O'Connell
3. Jordan Cunningham
The Super Sedan feature race got underway just as it started to
sprinkle, and unfortunately four laps in the rain swept the venue
which ultimately ended the night only 36 laps short.
Thankyou so much to all the drivers and spectators for their support
and backing the club. It means so much to us and we will always do
everything possible to make our events happen.
A special mention must be made to all of the hard working volunteers
that worked their butts off to make this event happen. The club is
full of so many wonderful people and we can't thank you all enough.
IBRP Kingaroy Speedway is back on 11th November.
101 Nominations for this Saturday
Posted 9th October, 2017.
Speedway roars back to life this Saturday night (14th October) and
101 drivers have nominated across the five divisions. 22 Super
Sedans will contest the opening round of the Brims Concrete Series
along with 29 Modified Sedans hitting the track for this club show.
Sedans, 20 Juniors and 14 Street Stocks make up the massive program
that kicks off with early racing from 4pm. Super Sedans will
hit the track from 5:30pm. The event will be finished by
10:30pm and has plenty of nail biting action to get through with 37
Here are all
the nominated drivers:
A1 Darren Kane
Q1 Mat Pascoe
Q0 Wayne Randall
Q32 Kyall Fisher
SB31 Travis Barron
Q26 Sean Black
L3 Tania Smith (NSW)
T8 Steve Latham (TAS)
BB96 Josh McLaren
Q22 Dale Christensen
Q6 Craig Craft
Q47 Barry Craft
B76 Ian Brims (NSW)
Q15 Gavin Northfield
C20 Nicholas O'Keefe
Q24 Jack Childs
RK39 Bob McCosker
RK31 Brendan Doyle
Q33 Justin Randall
Q77 Sam Roza
RK3 Matt Williams
RK4 Leigh Williams
Modified Sedans (29)
CR24 David Head
SB88 David Barbeler
MK5 Kent Menzies
SB10 Pacey Clegg
CR78 Jason Gray
CR178 Peter Gray
C69 Russell Harris
MK61 Tommy Muir
SB3 Darren Baldwin
SB24 Scott McDermott
SB48 Brett Barron
CR73 Lee Volk
C89 TJ Horne
SC11 Steve Blackburn
BB2 Tim Atkin
SC30 Jason Dreaver
G28 Aidan Raymont
MK19 Wayne Gilroy
MK75 Myles Gilroy
CR77 Mick Langton
SB14 Matt Langton
SB51 Chris Hams
SB54 Mick Shelford
RK37 Lee Briskey
V7 Justin Drew (VIC)
CR111 Peter White
M63 Brayden Pacey
L3 Greg Worling
L62 Jordan Biviano (NSW)
Street Stocks (14)
SB7 Travis Hutchison
SB21 Jarrod Iacono
SB88 Nathan Barbeler
SB81 Michelle Barbeler
SB27 Dion Wood
SB17 Dylan Jarman
SB777 Brad Mendes
SB48 Sheree Barron
SB29 Ashley Barron
C88 Josie Thompson
SB25 Derek Richards
C64 John Stoward
CR23 Robert Trapp
SC79 Wade Murie
Production Sedans (16)
SB32 Brody Fraser
SB38 Maddi McGee
SB51 Darrell White
G8 Josh Crang
M08 Alex Sweeney
SC8 Kayla Stokes
G17 Neil Keldoulis
SC23 Adrian Stott
G10 Daniel Henshaw
G97 Paddy Brennan
SC73 Matthew Enders
G25 Selina Jennings
BB30 Brad Scherer
G14 Dayne Francis
M54 Nick Jewel
BB7 Andrew Beaton
Junior Sedans (20)
Q1 Ardie Jonic
C74 Ellie Peacock
SC8 Dakota Laverty
B48 Casey O'Connell
B73 Kaitlyn Field
SB44 Kipp Barron
SB24 Shay Barron
C11 Bodhi Russ
CR33 Josh Ciesiolka
B18 Brad Pascoe
G51 Kaleb Thoroughgood
L77 Hayden Brims (NSW)
SB12 Damon Musch
SB82 Dane Andersson
CR99 Jordan Cunningham
G3 William Pagel
M69 Linkin Huth
RK22 Mason Cameron
B76 Imogen Sykes (NSW)
C12 Brodie Hollyman
2018/19 Australian Modified Sedan Title for
Posted 26th September, 2017.
Speedway has been awarded the 2018/19 SSA National Modified Sedan
Title. After years of effort and support of the Modified Sedan
division, at last weekends Speedway Sedan Australia board meeting in
South Australia, the South Burnett Speedway Club was awarded the
rights to host this prestigious event.
The event will
be arguably the biggest show and Australian Title that Kingaroy has
ever seen and planning is already underway.
SSA National Modified Sedan Title will be held over the following
Scrutineering - Thursday 25th April, 2019.
Night 1 Racing
- Friday 26th April, 2019.
Final Night -
Saturday 27th April, 2019.
Rain date -
Sunday 28th April, 2019.
Nominate now for Season Opener
Posted 23rd September, 2017.
are now open for the season opener at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway.
The event will be held on Saturday 14th October with nominations
closes the Sunday prior (8th October) at 5pm.
will contest the opening round of the Brims Concrete Super Sedan
Series and drivers are reminded to nominate for this through their
Sedans, Production Sedans, Street Stocks and Juniors make up this
massive event. All other divisions are to nominate directly to
our club like normal. The Nomination form with the format and
payout for the night can be found on the forms page of this website.
close on Sunday 8th October at 5pm.
Queens Royal for Kingaroy
Posted 21st September, 2017.
Burnett Speedway club is extremely excited to announce that the
Queens Royal will be held at the final night of the Kings Royal
weekend at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway.
The Queens Royal will be an event to celebrate the contribution that
all women have made and continue to make within the speedway
community and comes off the back of an event that was successfully
held in Gympie. But after an absence during the past few seasons,
the South Burnett Speedway Club is motivated to make this something
special and continue to acknowledge the hard work, dedication and
contribution that so many women make in our sport.
“The Kings Royal weekend is arguably the biggest celebration
annually of sedan racing on the national calendar and what better
way to acknowledge the contribution so many women make in speedway,
than at the final night of our showcase event.” South Burnett
Speedway Club President Travis Barron said.
The Queens Royal will be only open to women drivers and passengers
(either those that have never raced, still compete or have done so
previously). The event has been approved and supported by both the
SSA and SSQ and for this one night only event, both SSA Street
Stocks and SSA Production Sedans have been given approval to run
together. The racing will only be in the anti-clockwise direction
and each driver will contest three heats and with a feature race
being held just prior to the Kings Royal feature race. The club will
also involve as many women as possible from both sides of the fence,
with an all-female cast of officials to be assembled to officiate
the Queens Royal event.
With both Street Stocks and Production Sedans are schedule to run on
night one of the Kings Royal weekend (Thursday 25th January), and
Junior Sedans make up the program on the second night (Friday 26th
January). The Queens Royal event will be the only other
event/division being contested at the final night of the ‘Royal’ on
Saturday 27th January, so a big field of women is expected to be
able to take part.
With a large amount of exposure the Kings Royal receives and with
the inception of the Big Screen at this season’s event, the South
Burnett Speedway club are looking forward to showcasing women in
speedway and really celebrating the amazing contribution so many
women make and have done in this great sport.
For any women that are interested in being involved, you are urged
to please find yourself a race car now. For those that don’t have or
no longer hold a Speedway Australia Licence, they will need to apply
for a one night licence to take part in the event closer to the
date. The prize money schedule for the night will be announced
later, but the Queens Royal is going to be a wonderful and enjoyable
event at the greatest sedan event of the season.
Stay tuned for more information regarding both the King & Queen
Royals as it becomes available.
Wingless Queensland Title for Kingaroy
Posted 20th September, 2017.
The big events
continue to come to IBRP Kingaroy Speedway with today’s announcement
that the 2018 Queensland Wingless Sprint Title will be held at the
annual show race meeting on Sunday 6th May.
The timing should translate into an extremely big field of
Australia’s best drivers as state series events across the country
have all but finished, giving drivers a wonderful opportunity to
travel to the South Burnett to be part of the ninth annual running
of the Queensland Title.
Last year’s title was held in Toowoomba and attracted 40 competitors
from far and wide. The event was won by Sydney’s Daniel Flood ahead
of fellow New South Welshmen Mark Blyton with Queensland’s Adam
Butler rounding out the podium.
This would have been the second time that Kingaroy would have hosted
the Wingless state title, however three seasons ago the event
scheduled for the last meeting of the season was washed out and was
consequently rescheduled early the following season at another
As the name suggests, Wingless Sprints are a Sprintcar without a top
or front wing and powered by a V6 Holden Commodore engine. They are
an affordable and popular division that is a great way to go fast
for cheap. As we’ve seen in Kingaroy during previous seasons, the
Wingless Sprints really suit the showground venue and put on some
spectacular and entertaining racing.
“We are very excited about hosting the Queensland Title for the
Wingless Sprints. To have an event like this at our annual show
meeting is really exciting as we know a huge crowd will be on hand
and will see a fantastic night of action” South Burnett Speedway
Club President Travis Barron said.
Here is the current Wingless Sprint Queensland Title Honour Roll:
2010 – Lee Nash (WA)
2011 – Mick Santin (NSW)
2012 – Dan Moes (QLD)
2013 – Scott Thomsen (QLD)
2014 – Scott Thomsen (QLD)
2015 – Marshall Blyton (NSW)
2016 – Trent Martin (NSW)
2017 – Daniel Flood (NSW)
For more information about the entire season schedule at IBRP
Kingaroy Speedway, please check out our website.
National Championship for Compact Speedcars
coming to Kingaroy
Posted 22nd August, 2017.
Burnett Speedway Club has this week confirmed that the 2017/18
Compact Speedcars Australia National Championship will be held at
IBRP Kingaroy Speedway.
In what was going to be a soft re-introduction for Compact Speedcars
to the venue, the club has just finalized plans to make the 21st
April fixture the National Championship. The event will be held over
one night and cars from right up and down the eastern seaboard are
encouraged to take part.
The Compact Speedcar competitors will be all trying to beat
Brisbane’s Darren Vine, who has won the last four consecutive
Australian Titles with the ACSA, which in doing so has taken this
own personal tally to a staggering eight national crowns.
Compact Speedcars are currently undergoing a resurgence of
popularity with around forty cars registered in Queensland. This
will be a huge event for the club with plans already underway to
make this an exciting fixture that shares top billing with the
Queensland Production Sedan Title on the same night.
“It is so exciting to have the Compact Speedcars back this season,
but to be able to host the National Championship is a huge thing for
us. We are really trying to bring some variety back onto the
calendar this season and Kingaroy fans will get a taste of just
about everything this season which is great for everyone.” South
Burnett Speedway Club President Travis Barron said.
Compact Speedcars have been around since the 1950s and are a
slightly smaller speedcar frame that is powered by either a 1.4L
production type car engine or a 1.1L motorcycle engine. The power to
weight ratio of these cars means they are very quick and exciting to
watch. The last time Compacts raced in Kingaroy it was prior to
transponder timing, so a new lap record will be set when they return
on 21st April.
“Compacts are a fantastic and entertaining open-wheeled division and
should really suit the showground venue. The local crowd are going
to be in for a spectacular show when the Aussie Title comes to town
in April.” Barron remarked.
The Compact Speedcar Club have already secured a major sponsor for
the National Championship which will be NuPave Asphalt Services who
do a lot work around the South Burnett region.
It is going to be a great upcoming season at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway
and everyone is looking forward to the return of the Compact
Big Announcements at AGM
Posted 9th August, 2017.
Burnett Speedway club last night held its Annual General Meeting and
plenty of exciting news come out of the night.
The executive elected to lead the club into another a massive season
will be as followed:
President – Travis Barron
Vice President – Stephen Geritz
Secretary – Max Marshall
Treasurer / Licensing – Tanya Barron
Committee – Glen Klein, Danny Hurt
In other news, the club announced that a brand new clay surface will
be laid on the showground circuit in preparation for another huge
season ahead. The current surface although still providing multiple
lanes and good racing, is becoming worn out and hard to manage,
therefore will be replaced with new clay, that hasn’t been touched
for the past few seasons.
Along with this exciting news, the club last night confirmed another
shipment of Modified Sedan American Racer tyres will be on the way
for the upcoming season. This time round, the club will have options
with a container load of 84 and 86 mediums or ‘kroy tyres’ as
they’ve been branded. This has proved hugely popular over the past
few seasons and as always 100% of the profits from these tyres goes
back into the club to help put on events like this seasons IBRP
South Burnett Speedway Club President Travis Barron also confirmed
that the new track lights have been installed and are awaiting the
final positioning to be completed. Barron also announced that new
club shirts and official shirts branded with the new IBRP logo are
The current strength of the South Burnett Speedway club is testament
to all of the hard working members and volunteers that all share a
common goal to make IBRP Kingaroy Speedway one of the premier rural
speedway venues in the country.
Stay tuned for some huge news that was also announced last night
that will ensure this seasons IBRP Kings Royal will be the biggest
Posted 6th August, 2017.
reminder that the AGM for the South Burnett Speedway Club will be
held this coming Tuesday (8th August) at 6:30pm in the GB Hall at
the Kingaroy Showgrounds.
AGM, the club will be also holding a General Meeting and there is a
lot of discuss so please come along and find out all of the exciting
things planned for another huge season at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway.
Annual General Meeting
Posted 30th July, 2017.
Burnett Speedway Clubs Annual General Meeting will be held on
Tuesday 8th August at 6:30pm. The AGM will be held in the GB
Hall at the Kingaroy Showgrounds.
If you'd like
to nominate for an executive or committee position for the next
twelve months, please contact Tanya Barron ASAP. Members must
be financial to run for any position or too vote on anything at the
AGM, so please pay ensure your club membership fees are paid prior
to this date.
The club will
be also holding a monthly club meeting immediately after the AGM and
there is plenty of items of business to discuss for the extremely
big and exciting season coming up at IBRP Kingaroy Speedway.
Kings Royal Date Change
Posted 29th July, 2017.
only a day, this season’s IBRP Kings Royal will be moved forward one
day to give everyone time to get home and ready for the first day of
school on the Monday.
This season’s IBRP Kings Royal will now be held from Thursday 25th
January through to Saturday 27th January, 2018.
“With Friday (26th January) a public holiday for Australia Day, it
just makes sense to start racing on the Thursday night. This means
racing will now be finished on Saturday night, not Sunday, meaning
the majority of people can be home for work and the first day of
school on the Monday” South Burnett Speedway Club President Travis
The club would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by
this, but sincerely believe this will be beneficial to the overall
success of this season’s IBRP Kings Royal.
Therefore, this season’s IBRP Kings Royal dates & days will be as
· Night 1 – Thursday 25th January, 2018.
· Night 2 – Friday 26th January, 2018. (Public Holiday)
· Night 3 – Saturday 27th January, 2018.
IBRP Partners with Kingaroy Speedway
Posted 17th July, 2017.
As one of
Australia’s biggest supporters of speedway teams and events across
Australia, Ian Boettcher Race Parts is a name synonymous with
success. That’s why the South Burnett Speedway Club that promote
Kingaroy Speedway are very proud to announce that they have secured
Ian Boettcher Race Parts as major naming rights sponsor of the
2017/18 speedway will see Ian Boettcher Race Parts enter into an
exciting new partnership for the next three years, that we will see
the rebranding and name change of the venue to IBRP Kingaroy
“We are so
honoured to have Ian Boettcher Race Parts join forces with us here
at Kingaroy. They’ve always been a big supporter of what we are
trying to achieve and we can’t wait to continue to keep building
into the future over this exciting new chapter at IBRP Kingaroy
Speedway”, South Burnett Speedway Club President Travis Barron said.
Along with naming
rights of the entire venue, IBRP will also become the major naming
rights sponsor of this seasons Kings Royal. The IBRP Kings Royal is
the richest and arguably biggest Modified Sedan event on the
national calendar. Plans are already underway to make this year’s
event the biggest yet when the IBRP Kings Royal VI will be held over
the Australian Day long weekend on 26th to 28th January, 2018.
“Kingaroy is a
great venue run by a wonderful hardworking and passionate group of
people that have the sports best interest at heart. Ian Boettcher
Race Parts is proud to partner with them during this exciting new
chapter, which is set to reinvigorate the Queensland speedway
community”, IBRP Business Manager Nathan Knight said.
As the leading
speedway parts supplier in Australia, Ian Boettcher Race Parts can
provide the very latest parts and accessories from the world’s best
brands at the very best prices. Whether it is Super Sedans, Late
Models, Sprintcars, Midgets, Dirt Modifieds or any other category,
Ian Boettcher Race Parts is your one-stop Speedway parts and
accessories shop. They also stock a large range of high performance
street car enthusiasts and have two time fabricators on staff. Of
course, Ian Boettcher Race Parts design and manufacture dominator
race cars and are now the official Queensland and New South Wales
distributor for Cool Sprintcar chassis.
Speedway is shaping up for another huge season. The season gets
underway with official practice on 16th September, which will be
followed by the first race meeting of the season on 14th October.
The season opener will feature the return of the Super Sedans
Queensland Series along with a full support program.
Winners crowned a Gala Trophy Awards
Posted 16th July, 2017.
Having been an integ
Close to 150 people turned up to the annual Trophy Gala Awards night
to celebrate another fantastic Kingaroy Speedway season.
Congratulations to all our winners, but Here is a recap of all our
major award winners and the top three in each divisions club
Overall Club Champion: Brett Barron
Barron Family Modified Sedan Champion of Champions:
Presidents Trophy: Mendes Family
Maximum Effort Award: Dave Marshall
IBRP Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series
1. Rodney Pammenter
2. Russell Harris
3. Brett Barron
TWA Junior Sedan Allstar Series
1. Ardie Jonic
2. Casey Collins
3. Cody O'Connell
SBSC Club Championship
1. Brett Barron
2. Matty Smith
3. Chris Hams
1. Josh Harm
2. Tim Smith
3. John Alcock
1. Nathan Barbeler
2. Ben Langton
3. Brad Mendes
1. David Musch
2. Travis Barron
1. Simon Walker
2. Jordan Cunningham
3. Alex Sweeney
Thank you to all our sponsors and hard working volunteers that made
last night possible.
Lucas Oil Relinquishes venue naming
Posted 18th June, 2017.
Having been an integral part of the South Burnett Speedway Club
since 2012, Lucas Oil advised the club, via General Manager Jeff
Pahlke, that the relationship would not be extended to include the
The company, Lucas Oil Australia, is undergoing significant change
at present with the corporate distribution platform currently in
place to be wound up by the end of 2017 and this has resulted in the
termination of the agreement.
“Having met with Jeff recently, who everyone here at Kingaroy
Speedway regards as a friend more so than a sponsor, I totally
understand the position that Lucas Oil has taken and the situation
that Jeff is now in”, South Burnett Speedway President Travis Barron
“While disappointed we have lost a great supporter and sponsor of
our venue, we take some comfort from Jeff’s explanation that he and
his staff could not have been more satisfied with the level of
service we as a Club provided Lucas Oil since our initial agreement
back in late 2012, which saw Lucas Oil announced as the major naming
rights sponsor, the first of the clubs history”.
With Lucas Oil relinquishing the Naming Rights to the venue for the
upcoming season as well as this seasons Modified Sedan Kings Royal,
the challenge now for the South Burnett Speedway Club is to fill the
void that has been left.
“They always say that as one door closes another opens, so I will
put every effort in to securing a new naming rights sponsor for not
only the venue, but for the Kings Royal, so that we can provide them
with the same levels of promotion and coverage that we did Lucas
Oil. Kingaroy has become one of the leading regional venues,
providing great entertainment with arguably the biggest sedan car
counts week in and week out. But make no mistake all the announced
events on our 17/18 season will go ahead as planned including the
Kings Royal, that we feel, has become the one number sedan event in
the country”, Barron added.
In closing the South Burnett Speedway Club would like to thank
everyone at Lucas Oil for the amazing support as we wish all the
current and past staff members, beginning with Jeff Pahlke and Andy
Pearce all the best for the future.
TWA Junior Sedan Winners Annoucned
Posted 14th June, 2017.
Although the trophies for the top three in this
season's TWA Junior Sedan Allstar Series wil be presented at the
upcoming Kingaroy Speedway Gala Awards night on Saturday 15th July,
it is with great pleasure to announce the seven random prize winners
who all will receive a $100 TWA Gift Voucher.
- Ellie Peacock
- Dakota Laverty
- Mason Pammenter
- Kaitlyn Field
- Bethy Mendes
- Kaleb Thoroughgood
- Bodhi Russ
The gift vouchers will be posted out in
Along with these lucky winners, out top three
in the Series Ardie Jonic, Casey Collins and Casey O'Connell will
also receive their $100 TWA Gift Vouchers in the mail.
However, the trophies for these three in the series will be
presented at the Kingaroy Speedway Gala Awards night on July 15th.
This night also includes the South Burnett Speedway Club
Championship Trophy Presentation. Details about this night
will be announced in the coming days.
Thanks again to Torque Wear Australia for their
continued support of the Junior Sedan divison and the South Burnett
Speedway Club. We'd also like to thank all of the Junior Sedan
drivers and their families for their ongoing support of the Kingaroy
2017/18 Calendar Released
Posted 1st June, 2017.
The South Burnett Speedway Club is pleased to
announce the calendar for the next season at Kingaroy
Speedway. Along with these awesome fixtures that are planned across
seven massive events, the club is also extremely excited to announce
that the Modified Sedan Kings Royal will be back bigger and better
than ever at the usual time in January.
Along with the Kings Royal, Super Sedans return
for two events, as well as Late Models, along with a heap of Sedan
racing which has become the backbone of the clubs success in recent
times. This sedan racing includes a big season for Production Sedans
with the Queensland Title being held on 21st April along with the
Australian Grand Prix earlier in the season on 11th November.
To ensure a great mix of variety throughout the season, AMCA’s,
Lightning Sprints, Compact Speedcars, Mod Lites and Wingless are all
programmed at various stages which demonstrates the clubs commitment
to all forms of speedway and providing a great mix of variety for
As mentioned the Kings Royal is back for 3 big nights on 26th to
28th January and once again will be a celebration of sedan racing
across the three nights. Junior Sedans, Production Sedans and Street
Stocks are all programmed to be part of the Kings Royal weekend,
however stay tuned for more details for the exact nights each of
these divisions will be racing on.
The most exciting announcement for the club is that they have just
purchased brand new track lights courtesy of another grant, to
update and replace all of the flood lights around the track which we
all know is extremely overdue. The track lighting upgrade is
expected to be completed in readiness for the official practice
night which will kick off the season on 16th September.
It is going to be another huge season at Kingaroy Speedway.
Check out the Calendar Page of this website for the entire calendar.
Show Meeting Quick Results
Posted 7th May, 2017.
Here are the quick results from the show
meeting held in front of another huge crowd on Saturday 6th May.
1. Matty Smith 2. Shane MacDonald
3. Kerry Lack
1. Tim Smith 2. Adrian Stott
3. Paddy Brennan
1. Glenn Wright 2. Kevin Willis
3. Warren King
1. Tim Weir 2. Hamish Redman
3. Harrison Chown
* new one lap record - Tim Weir
17.249 secs *
1. Ardie Jonic 2. Joel Berkley
3. Casey O'Connell
1. Ashley Barron 2. Nathan
Barbeler 3. Ben Langton
The South Burnett Speedway Club now break for
the off season and return with a practice night on 16th September.
The season opening race meeting will be held on 14th October.
It's Show Time
Posted 1st May, 2017.
This Saturday night is the annual show race
meeting at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway. The club has been blown
away by the huge number of nominations for this event, which means
racing will now commence at 4pm.
Here are the final nominations in all six
divisions. See you all Saturday!!!
Wingless Sprints – Qld Club Championship
Adam Butler (NSW #1)
Daniel Welke (NSW)
Trent Martin (NSW)
Kevin Willis (NSW)
Ray Eggins (NSW)
Steven McInnes (NSW)
David Eggins (NSW)
Matthew Wright (NSW)
Warren King (NSW)
Modified Sedans – club show
Matty Smith (AUS #1)
Rodney Pammenter (NSW #1)
Chris Polsen (NSW)
Production Sedans – club show
Tim Smith (QLD #1)
Trent Dhu (NSW)
Brad Walker (NSW)
National 4’s – club show
Ben Stead (NSW #1)
Matthew Claydon (NSW)
Street Stocks – Switch n Go Feature
Peter Thompson (NSW #1)
Robbie Faux (VIC)
Junior Sedans – TWA Allstar Series FINAL
Casey Collins (Qld #1)
Discounted admission for Kingaroy Show
Posted 22nd March, 2017.
All the fun of teh annual Kingaroy Show race meeting will be held at
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday 6th May. Its where the
annual Kingaroy Show and a speedway meeting combine for an awesome
afternoon and night of entertainment. Everything from Side
Show Alley, Trade Stalls, Showbags, Dagwood Dogs, Whop Chopping, Car
and Trucks show, the annual Kingaroy Show meeting has it all.
The South Burnett Show Society who actually put promote this event
in cordance with the local speedway club, have today announced the
admission prices for the Saturday of the show which includes the
Adults - $15
Students (12 to 17 years) - $10
Children (12 years and under) - Free (accompanied by an adult)
These are the general admission prices that get you into the show,
which also includes entry into the speedway (there is no extra
charge on top of these prices to attend the Speedway).
The Speedway will commence on the Saturday around 5pm and Modified
Sedans, Production Sedans, National 4's, Street Stocks, Wingless
Sprints and the Grand Final of the TWA Junior Sedan Allstar Series
will be held.
Nominations for this event are now open and close on Sunday 30th
April at 5pm. The Nomination form which includes the payouts
and format can be found on the FORMS page of this website.
18th March Quick Results
Posted 19th March, 2017.
Here are the quick results from last nights event held at Lucas Oil
Modified Sedans (IBRP Golden Helmet Series)
1. Rodney Pammenter 2. Aidan Raymont 3. Darran
* Rodney Pammenter wins the overall Series
1. Darren Kane 2. Mark Pagel 3. Mat Pascoe
1. Josh Crang 2. Daniel Henshaw 3. Paddy
Junior Sedans (TWA Allstar Series - Round 4)
1. Casey Collins 2. Ardie Jonic 3. Casey
* Casey Collins set a new track record - 17.557 seconds
Big Fields are primed, for this Saturday
Posted 13th March, 2017.
Some of Australia's very best drivers in all four divisions will
battle it out at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway this Saturday night
(18th March, 2017). Whether it the V8 Super Sedans, Modified
Sedans, Production Sedans or Juniors, for those that turn out to
this massive event, will be treated to some of the best in the
In the Super Sedans that will contest Round 10 of the Think Money
Championship Series, Gympie's series leader Mark Pagel will go up
against the current Queensland Champion Mat Pascoe, along with
former State and National Champions Darren Kane, Steve Jordan and
Wayne Randall. The Star studded field of sixteen Super Sedans
are always great around the Kignaroy venue so expect a great show
from the ever popular V8 division.
The Modified Sedans Grand Final of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts
Golden Helmet Series will also be field this Saturday night and an
awesome field of forty drivers has nominated including the current
series leader Rodney Pammenter (also the New South Wales Champion)
along with series second place man Russell Harris who has been
awesome so far this season. Also among the impressive list of
drivers is Queensland Champion Gavin Fletcher, Kings Royal Champion
Greg Worling along with newly crowned Victorian Champion Aidan
Raymont who only hours ago in Mildura become only the second
Queenslander in nearly two decades to win the VIC #1.
Newly crowned Queensland Production Sedan Champion Tim Smith will be
joined by Adrian Stott, Neil Keldoulis, Daniel Henshaw and local
hope Josh Harm in what will be a hotly contested club show for the
Rounding out the sensational program will be Round 4 of the Torque
Wear Australia Junior Sedan Allstar Series and the Queensland
Champion Casey Collins will take on the Ardie Jonic the multiple
state champion along with a healthy field of twenty six Junior
Racing will commence at 5pm SHARP this Saturday night. Stay
update throughout the week by liking our facebook page "Kingaroy
Here are all the nominations for this Saturday's event.
** V8 Super Sedans (16) **
Brendan Doyle, Dempsie Pails
** Modified Sedans (40) **
Production Sedans (13) **
Junior Sedans (26) **
Nominations are now open for 18th March,
Posted 17th February, 2017.
Nominations for the next race meeting at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway
on 18th March are now open. Modified Sedans will contest the
Grand Final of the IBRP Golden Helmet Series, the Junior Sedans will
complete in Round 4 of the TWA Allstar Series and Production Sedans
will contest a club show. Nominations for all these drivers
close on Sunday 12th March at 5pm and drivers are to nominate to the
club like normal. Super Sedans will also be running at this
event in the next round of the Think Money Queensland Championship
Series and Super Sedan drivers can nominate through their own
association like normal.
The updated nomination and information pack can be found on the
FORMS page of this website.
Nominations close on Sunday 12th March at 5pm.
Worling wins Kings Royal V
Posted 29th January, 2017.
Greg Worling has won his second Kings Royal event in front of a
massive crowd at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway last night.
Worling started from the fourth row and impressively worked his way
forward around the top of the race track to chase down early leaders
Mark Raymont and Brett Baxter. The three then embarked on a 3
way and often 3 wide battle on a brilliantly prepared race track
that produced outstanding racing over the three nights. Once
Worling finally got the lead, he was then chased down and caught by
Mathew Pascoe who was looking like causing a masssive upset in his
one off cameo Modfiied Sedan appearance. Pascoe and Worling
raced side by side for lap until a stoppage on lap 39. at the
restart, the two continued the battle until Pascoe cut down his
right rear tyre ending his hopes of a Kings Royal crown.
Worling than streaked away to win his second Kings Royal event in
only four years just ahead of Brett Baxter, Rodney Pammenter,
Lincoln Bath and Mark Raymont. The racing was unbeablable all
weekend and his feature race was easily the best Kings Royal one
Here are the quick results for the entire weekend including the
Monster Cash Raffle winners.
Modified Sedans - Kings Royal
1. Greg Worling 2. Brett Baxter 3. Rodney
1. Adam Butler 2. Cody O'Connell 3. Scott
1. Darren Kane 2. Aaron Van Zeeland 3. Brett
1. Tim Smith 2. Josh Harm 3.
1. Nathan Barbeler 2. Ashley Barron 3. Mark
1. Casey Collins 2. Jack Cameron 3. Dakota
Monster Cash Raffler Winners
1. Ian Johnson (Kingaroy)
2. Brittany Haim (Kingaroy)
3. Mick Callaghan (Gracemere)
4. Brad McLure (Bell Park)
The club would sincerely like to thank everyone that help make the
Kings Royal a huge success. From all the volunteers, to all the
drivers, crews and families that travelled massive distances to be
part of the event and all of the fans that flocked to the venue in
droves you have all made this event a massive success. The
club would like to thank everyone that purchased and sold raffle
tickets in the above mentioned Monster Cash Draw as fundraising
effort like this help make events like the Kings Royal possible.
The club will have a short 7 week break before V8 Super Sedans
return on 18th March along with the Grand final of the Modified
Sedan IBRP Golden Helmet Series, Round 4 of the TWA Allstar Series
and Production Sedans for another massive event at Lucas Oil
Massive Nominations for Lucas Oil Kings Royal weekend
Posted 18th January, 2017.
Over 170 different competitors will take part in Kingaroy's massive
Lucas Oil Kings Royal weekend that will be supported by Production
Sedans and Junior Sedans (TWA Allstar Series – Round 3) on night 1,
Street Stocks and Late Models on night 2 and Wingless Sprints and a
Fireworks Show on night 3. The Lucas Oil Kings Royal event will be
held on 26th, 27th & 28th January, 2017. Thursday is the Australia
Day Public Holiday.
Racing will start all three nights at 5pm. For more information
about gate times, camping information and admission prices including
the 3-Day discounted Super Pass, please check out this information
of click on the Kings Royal Logo at the top of this page.
Please Note - This event will have NO LIVE AUDIO or
NO VIDEO STREAM of this event as there are a number of
other National and State SSA Sedan Titles being held over the same
weekend right around the country. However, live timing updates
will be available via Race Monitor and My Laps along with regular
updates like normal on the Kingaroy Speedway and QSCA facebook pages
Here are all the nominated drivers taking part in the Lucas Oil
Kings Royal weekend:
Modified Sedans – Lucas Oil Kings Royal
Matt Nelson (VIC)
Kye Walters (VIC)
Jake Drewitt (VIC)
Ty Galley (VIC)
Brock Atkins (VIC)
Steven Quirk (NSW)
Quinton Clarke (NSW)
Clint Noakes (WA)
Justin Drew (VIC)
Jason Jolley (NSW)
Taleah Dolic (VIC)
Junior Sedans – TWA Allstar Series (Round 3)
Todd Atkins (VIC)
Andrew Norton (WA)
Mark Purdie (VIC)
Trent Dhu (NSW)
Aaron Van Zeealand
Steve Van Zeeland
Nominate now for Kings Royal weekend
Posted 3rd January, 2017.
Nominations are now open for all divisions taking part at the Lucas Oil
Kings Royal weekend on 26th, 27th & 28th January at Lucas Oil
Nominations close one week early on Sunday 15th January at 5pm and
nomination forms and information packs can be found on the forms
page of this website.
What's on when at the Kings Royal:
Thursday - 26th January (public Holiday)
Modified Sedans (Night 1 Heat Racing)
Production Sedans (non-club points)
Junior Sedans (TWA ALlstar Series - Round 3)
Friday - 27th January
Modified Sedans (Night 2 Heat Racing)
Saturday - 28th January
Modified Sedans (Final Night of Racing)
Heinrich wins thrilling SRE SSA National Street Stock
Posted 2nd January, 2017.
South Australian Rhys Heinrich has won the SRE SSA National Street Stock
Title in front of a massive crowd.
After spinning out during the fourth lap of the forty lap championship
race, Heinrich raced his way from the rear of the field to capture
the amazing win.
The race had plenty of great battles and numerous different leaders as
Anthony Beare led early, until West Aussie Jamie Oldfield chased him
down and race side by side with him for lap after lap eventually
taking over the lead from position number nine, until a power
steering failure forced him out of race. As Heinrich raced
through the field, Beare was running away and looked certain to
capture his third national championship in a row until his outside
front tyre went flat, ultimately forcing him from the race with only
a few laps to go.
Heinrich then went on to win just ahead of Victorian Lenny Bates, New
South Welshman John Lodge, Mark Jennings and Brad McClure rounding
out the top five. Gympie's Stephen English was the best of the
Queenslanders coming home in ninth.
In the Super Sedan feature race, Darren Kane made it four from four wins
in the Summer Slam tour narrowly beating home South Australian Ryan
Alexander and Victorian Mick Nicola.
On Night one, the Mod Lites also put on a great show, with Terry
Leerentveld beating home Klinton Hancey and Sean Rose.
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway would like to thank this opportunity to take
all of the drivers, crews, officials and fans that travelled large
distances to be part of this epic event. This was a hugely
successful meeting for everyone involved and we couldn't have done
it without all the hard working volunteers that worked over the
weekend and during the months of preparation.
The club now turns it attention to the Lucas Oil Kings Royal which will
be held on 26th, 27th & 28th January. Nominations for this
event for all divisions are now open.
It is SRE SSA National Street Stock
Posted 22nd December, 2016.
The stage is set for arguably the biggest event Lucas Oil Kingaroy
Speedway has ever hosted, when over 70 Street Stock drivers from all
over Australia will battle out over 2 massive days in the Spencer
Race Engines SSA National Street Stock Title.
Scrutineering & Practice (3pm & 6pm) will be held during Friday 30th
December, with racing proper getting under with 21 heat races on
Saturday 31st December. Mod Lites will contest Round 2 of the
Cowboy Cup Series on Saturday night as well.
With Sunday night (1st January) will see the final round of heats, plus
all the finals along with a fireworks show just prior to the main
event getting underway, along with a huge field of V8 Super Sedans
for the Grand Final of the Summer Slam Tour.
This truly will be the biggest race meeting the South Burnett Speedway
club has ever held and we hope everyone can make it to be part of
Racing gets underway at 5pm on both Saturday & Sunday nights.
Here are all the nominations for the upcoming New Years Long weekend:
Street Stocks - SRE SSA National Street Stock Title (73)
Rodney Pammenter wins Round 3
Posted 20th November,
Over 1500 people filled the showgrounds to watch an entertaining and exciting
race meeting. Rodney Pammenter raced home to win Round 3 of the IBRP
Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series feature race ahead of Brett Barron and Jason
Victoria Lenny Bates was unstoppable in the Corbet's Group King of Kingaroy
Street Stock Shootout leading the entire way of the 25 lap final along with
winning all three heat races. Bates beat home Peter Thompson and Ben
In round 2 of the TWA Junior Sedan Allstar Series, Ardie Jonic narrowly beat
home Casey Collins (who set a new one lap record of 17.566 seconds) and Joel
Berkley. The Production Sedan feature was won by Chris Pagel ahead of Dan
Henshaw and Josh Harm.
The club now prepares for the SRE SSA National Street Stock Title that will be
held on 31st December and 1st January. A huge field from all over Australia is
expected to be on hand for the first ever Australian Street Stock Title that
will be held in Queensland. Mod Lites will support the Street Stocks on night
one and the second night we will be graced with a big field of SUper Sedans for
the Grand Final of the Summer Slam Tour.
Huge fields for 19th November
Posted 14th November,
105 cars have nominated across the four divisions taking part in the upcoming
race meeting this Saturday night (19th November) at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
32 drivers have nominated for third round of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts
Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series including a host of super stars including
Aussie Champion Brett Baxter, Queensland Champion Gavin Fletcher and series
leader and New South Wales number one Rodney Pammenter. In addition to
Modified Sedans, Street Stocks return with a record field of 32 drivers for the
Corbet's Group King of Kingaroy Shootout which doubles as a Street Stocks
National series point score round and the final event at the venue before the
SRE SSA National Street Stock Title is held in Kingaroy over the new years
weekend. 25 Junior Sedans will contest the second round of the Torque Wear
Australia Allstar Series along with a great field of sixteen Production Sedans.
All the action gets underway early from 4pm, but should be all finished by
10:30pm. Gate prices can be found on the right hand side of this page or
view the pinned posts on our face book page.
Here are the final lists of nominated drivers in each division.
Street Stocks (Corbet’s Group King of Kingaroy Shootout) - 32 cars
Steve English (Qld #1)
Lenny Bates (VIC)
Modified Sedans (IBRP Golden Helmet Series – R3) - 32 cars
Brett Baxter (AUS #1)
Gavin Fletcher (QLD #1)
Rodney Pammenter (NSW #1)
Bryan Mackney (NSW)
Gerry Flood (NSW)
Junior Sedans (TWA Allstar Series – R2) - 25 cars
Casey Collins (QLD #1)
Ardie Jonic (TAS & NT #1)
Production Sedans - 16 cars
Nominations now open for SRE SSA National
Street Stock Title
Posted 9th November,
Nominations are now open for the upcoming Spencer Race Engines SSA
National Street Stock Title which will be held at Lucas Oil Kingaroy
Speedway over the new years long weekend.
All drivers must nominate through the SSA on their
website, but below are the links to the various information packs
about the event, camping, admission prices and the Calcutta.
Stay tuned for details about another great range of
merchandise that is about to be released for this massive event.
SRE SSA National Street Stock Title - SSA Title Information Pack
National Street Stock Title - Camping & General Information Pack
National Street Stock Title - Calcutta Dinner Information Pack
Nominations close this Sunday for 19th
November Race Meeting
Posted 7th November,
The next race meeting at Lucas Oil Kingaroy SPeedway
will be held on Saturday 19th November. This will be the
second race meeting of the season for the South Burnett Speedway
club and features the Corbet's Group King of Kingaroy Street Stock
Shootout, the third round of the IBRP Modified Sedan Golden Helmet
Series, the second round of the TWA Junior Sedan Allstar Series and
a club show for Production Sedans.
Nominations close this Sunday (13th November) at 5pm.
Drivers can find the Nomination form and information pack on the
FORMS page of this website.
The Rain came in late and won the Season
Posted 23rd October,
After 27 fantastic heat races on Saturday night and
only four laps into the Junior Sedan feature race, the rain arrived
and washed out the Corbet's Group Season Opener at Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway. The racing was superb all night and the crowd was
treated to an excellent display of racing from all divisions.
The series points for the bother IBRP Modified Sedan
Golden Helmet Series and the TWA Junior Sedan Allstar Series have
been posted on the FORMS page of this website.
The club now turns it attention to the 19th November
race meeting which will feature the final Street Stock event at our
venue before the SRE SSA National Street Stock Title to be held in
Kingaroy over new years. This event will be the first ever $1000 to
win Street Stock event ever held in Queensland and will be called
the Corbet's Group King of Kingaroy Street Stock Shootout. This
event also doubles as the opening round of the Street Stock National
Series point score, and for more information about this, check out
the Street Stock National facebook page.
November 19 will also see Modified Sedans return for
round 3 of the IBRP Golden Helmet Series, along with Production
Sedans and the ever popular Juniors Sedans for their second round of
the TWA Allstar Series.
The nomination form and information pack about all
these events on 19th November can also be located on the FORMS page
of this website. Nominations close on Sunday 13th November at
Nominations hit 100 cars for the Corbet's
Group Season Opener
Posted 17th October,
100 cars across the five divisions have nominated for
the Corbet's Group Season Opener at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway this
Saturday night (22nd October, 2016). Wheel Packing is
scheduled to commence at 4pm with the first race getting the green
flag at 4:30pm.
Here are all the nominated drivers in each class
competing this Saturday:
Modified Sedans: IBRP Golden Helmet Series (27 cars)
Gerry Flood (NSW)
Bryan Mackney (NSW)
Wingless Sprints: Qld Club Championship (20 cars)
Kevin Willis (NSW)
Mason Cattell (NSW)
David Eggins (NSW)
Mark Connolly (NSW)
Junior Sedans: TWA Allstar Series (23 cars)
Hayden Brims (NSW)
Production Sedans (12 cars)
Street Stocks (18 cars)
Darren Forrest (VIC)
Corbet's Group Major sponsor of Season
Posted 12th October,
The South Burnett Speedway Club are extremely excited
to announce that the Corbet’s Group will be the naming rights major
sponsor of the upcoming season opener race meeting to be held at
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on 22nd October.
Corbet’s Group is a family owned company which has
been operating for over 40 years. Corbet’s Group drive to create
innovative solutions has seen them evolve into one of the largest
and most experienced companies in Australia. Corbet's Group now
operates in many industries including heavy haulage and bulk
commodity transport, land clearing and grinding, water and fluid
processing, storage and transfer, heavy plant and equipment wet and
dry hire and wholesale landscape supplies.
The South Burnett Speedway Club would sincerely like
to thank Andrew Corbet and the entire team at the Corbet’s Group for
their support or our club. To find out for information about the
corbet’s Group and the many things they can help you with, check
them out by liking their facebook page, looking up their website
www.corbets.com.au or giving them a call direct on (07) 5482
The Corbet's Group Season opener has already attracted a great
list of nominations in all five divisions, and nominations are still
open until 5pm this Sunday (16th October, 2016.) For more
information about this race meeting check out the information pack
located on the forms page of this website.
Nominate now for Season Opener
Posted 1st October,
Nominations are now open for the
season opening race meeting at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on
Saturday 22nd October. Nominations forms including the information
pack about this massive race meeting can be found on the FORMS page
of this website. Nominations close on Sunday 16th October at
Here is what's on at our season opener on 22nd October:
* Modified Sedans (IBRP Golden Helmet Series - Round
2) sponsored by SSQ
* Junior Sedans (TWA Allstar Series - Round 1)
* Wingless Sprints (Qld Club Championship - Round 3)
* Production Sedans
* Street Stocks
Note - for Street Stocks, there will only be one more show after
this one to have a run at this venue before the SRE Australian
Street Stock Title.
Nominations for all divisions close on Sunday 16th October at
Last Scrutineering Day & Practice Announced
Posted 31st July,
South Burnett Speedway Club
members will have their final chance to get their cars registered
for the new season at the final daylight machinery day being held at
the Showgrounds on Saturday 20th August.
This will allow all our drivers enough time to have all paperwork
back to them for the practice day that will be held at Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway on Sunday 25th September.
Notice of Annual General Meeting
Posted 18th July,
The Annual General Meeting for
the South Burnett Speedway Club Inc will be held on Tuesday 2nd
August at 6:30pm in the GB Hall at the Kingaroy Showgrounds.
If you are planning on attending
the AGM or wanting to nominate yourself or another party for a club
position, please contact the Secretary Josh Tennent or Treasurer
Tanya Barron for a nomination from and ensure your club membership
is renewed as they are now due for everyone.
We look forward to seeing
another big turn out on 2nd August at 6:30pm for the
South Burnett Speedway Club Inc Annual General Meeting.
IBRP Gracious Offer Announced at Gala
Posted 12th July, 2016.
On Saturday night at the Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway Gala Dinner, Ian
Boettcher along with David & Annette Knight shocked the guests with
a very generous offer to extend an invitation to Gavin Lorensen and
Gavin Fletcher to both drive the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Dominator
Super Sedan during the next speedway season along with Series
Champion Gary Pagel.
As part of the IBRP Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series which was won by
Gary Pagel, Pagel was presented with his prize which is the drive of
a lifetime, to compete in the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Dominator
Super Sedan for two fully fledged race meetings as well as a
practice night during the upcoming speedway season.
The room then erupted into applause when the surprise offer was then
extended to runner up in the series Gavin Lorensen and then again
later to third place recipient Gavin Fletcher.
Gary Pagel who has previously competed at the highest levels in Super
Sedans was over the moon about winning the series, but was extremely
excited to learn that both Gavin’s also now had won the opportunity
to drive Boettcher’s Dominator Super Sedan during the upcoming
"It is a wonderful gesture by Boettcher’s and just proves what they
think about the talent in Modified Sedan racing and shows their
ongoing support and commitment to the grass roots speedway sedan
racing”, Pagel said.
Both drivers and the hosting club had no idea about this surprise
announcement, but both were blown away by the wonderful opportunity
heading their way.
The Ian Boettcher Race Parts Golden Helmet Series was held throughout
the season exclusively at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway. Some 57
drivers took part in the series which averaged over 30 cars per
round. The series was won by Gary Pagel, only two points ahead of
Gavin Lorensen. Gavin Fletcher, Greg Worling and Peter Gray rounded
out the top five.
On behalf of the South Burnett Speedway Club promoters of Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway, we would like to sincerely thank Ian Boettcher
Race Parts for their support of this series and their ongoing
commitment to Modified Sedan racing and our local speedway club. We
look forward to continuing to work with Ian Boettcher Race parts
during the years ahead.
There are some exciting plans in the works for next season, so Modified
Sedan drivers and fans should keep stay tuned...
Champions Crowned at Gala Awards
Posted 11th July, 2016.
On Saturday Night over one hundred and fifty guests filled the Kingaroy
Town Hall for the annual Gala Awards night. The night is held
annually to celebrate the season that was and crown our club and
The night was emceed by Toowoomba’s Ryan Harris and featured plenty of
on screen video compilations highlight packages from Jarred Ash from
Ash Media that also produced and directed the event. Along with the
on screen action, live music entertainment was provided by local
musician Rowan Edwards.
The major award winners on the night were Josh Harm claiming the Overall
Club Champion for the second consecutive season. Gavin Fletcher won
the Barron Family Modified Sedan Champion of Champions Trophy and
Darrell White was awarded the President’s Trophy for all his hard
work and dedication throughout the season. Chook and Tamara Geritz
were presented with the Maximum Effort Award for their ongoing and
tireless work behind the scenes.
But here is a full run down of all the Club Championships and awarded
presented on Saturday night.
Modified Sedans – Gavin Fletcher
Production Sedans – Josh Harm
National 4’s – Ben Stead
Street Stocks – Brad Mendes
Junior Sedans – Kipp Barron
IBRP Golden Helmet Series Champion – Gary Pagel
TWA Silver Helmet Series Champion – Chris Pagel
Junior Sedan Club Championship
1st – Kipp Barron, 2nd – Simon Walker, 3rd – Matty Smith, 4th – Bethy
Mendes, 5th – Connor Fitzpatrick
Street Stock Club Championship
1st – Brad Mendes, 2nd – Nathan Barbeler, 3rd – Shane Ellis, 4th – Scott
McDermott, 5th – Ben Langton, 6th – Sheree Barron, 7th – Nic Stein,
8th – Dylan Jarman, 9th – Ashley Barron, 10th – Brett Barron
Production Sedan Club Championship
1st – Josh Harm, 2nd – Darrell White, 3rd – Josh Arthur, 4th – Jack
Stead, 5th – Tim Smith, 6th – Bruce Alcock, 7th – John Alcock, 8th –
Phil Louis, 9th – Darryel Ash, 10th – Josh Crang, 11th – Ashlee
Tessmann, 12th- Len Klein, 13th – Joel Thomas, 14th – Steven
Kennedy, 15th – Ben Stead
Modified Sedan Club Championship
1st – Gavin Fletcher, 2nd Brett Barron, 3rd – David Barbeler, 4th –
Jason Schloss, 5th – Corey Stein, 6th – Darren Baldwin, 7th – Aaron
Seiler, 8th – Chris Hams, 9th – Josh Tennent, 10th – Ashley Barron,
11th – Nathan Barbler, 12th – Greg Hams, 13th – Josh Crang, 14th –
Michelle Barbeler, 15th – Stephen Geritz, 16th – Mick Shelford, 17th
– Shane Langton, 18th – Matty Smith, 19th – Raymond Daley
The South Burnett Speedway Club would like to thank everyone that
attended the night and supported us throughout the 2015/16 Speedway
Season. The club also like to sincerely thank the following for
making the Gala Awards night a huge success:
Lucas Oil Products of Australia
Ian Boettcher Race Parts
Torque Wear Australia
Ash Media Speedway Footage
Denise Keelan Photography
M & J Trophies
Quick Results from Show Meeting
Posted 2nd May, 2016.
Here are the quick results from Sunday nights massive season finale at
the annual Kingaroy Show race meeting.
Modified Sedans (IBRP Golden Helmet Series - Grand Final)
1. Gary Pagel 2. Brett Baxter 3. Gavin Fletcher
Series Winner - Gary Pagel
Production Sedans (TWA Silver Helmet Series - Grand Final)
1. Chris Pagel 2. Andrew Corbet 3. Andrew Beaton
Series Winner - Chris Pagel
Junior Sedans (Jonic Motors Allstars Series - Grand Final)
1. Ardie Jonic 2. Casey O'Connell 3. Maddi McGee
Series Winner - Ardie Jonic
Street Stocks (Hotondo Homes Switch n Go Shootout)
1. Allen Nottage 2. Brad Mendes 3. Nigel O'Neill
The entire finishing positions of each series can be found on the forms
page on this website and have been posted on our facebook page.
The series prize money payout and trophy presentation will be held at
our annual gala trophy dinner which will be held during the off
season. More information about this formal event will be
released in the coming weeks.
Huge Fields again for Show Meeting this
Posted 26th April, 2016.
This Sunday will see the annual Kingaroy Show race meeting which doubles
as the clubs Grand Final night. The Grand final of the IBRP
Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series will be held along with the
final rounds for the TWA Production Sedan Silver Helmet Series and
the Jonic Motors Junior Sedan Allstars Series. The Street
Stocks will also be on hand of the Hotondo Homes Switch n Go
Shootout. Racing gets underway at 4pm and we plan to be
finished by 9:30pm to accommodate our interstate drivers that don't
have a public holiday on Monday.
Please note National 4s have been cancelled due to lack of nominations.
Here are the final lists of nominations in each division.
Modified Sedans IBRP Golden Helmet Series - Grand Final (34)
Brett Baxter (Australian Champion), Josh Crang,
Greg Worling, Darren Baldwin, Aaron Seiler, Cathy Pammenter, Steve
Blackburn, Gavin Lorensen, Trent Dhu, David Barbeler, Kent Shelford,
Shannon Blackburn, Robert Trapp, David Head, Aidan Raymont, Nathan
MacDonald, David Jacobi, Matty Smith, Gavin Fletcher, Brett Barron,
Chris Hams, Greg Hams, Gary Pagel, Jason Schloss, Russell Harris,
Lee Volk, Allan Mortimer, Wayne Fischer, Peter Gray, Quinton Clarke,
Brendon Kelly, Steve Stubbs, Wade Cunningham, Kerry Lack
Production Sedans TWA Silver Helmet
Series - Grand Final (21)
Luke Edwards, Phil Louis, Andrew Beaton, Andrew Corbet, Len Klein,
Josh Harm, Richard Cook, Jordan Ferguson, Mathew Spicer, Aaron
Sander, Ashlee Tessmann, Adrian Stott, Richie Woodrow, Darrell
White, David Clarkson, Stuart Fawcett, Jason Herwig, John Alcock,
Jack Stead, Bruce Alcock
Junior Sedans Jonic Motors Allstars
Series - Grand Final (20)
Jayden Iacono, Connor Fitzpatrick, Dakota Laverty, Alex Sweeney,
Mitchell Pammenter, Vaughan Sampson, Ben Holmes, Bryce Lack, Hayden
Brims, Ryan Schultz, Kipp Barron, Casey O’Connell, Cody O’Connell,
Nic Moncrieff, Ellie Peacock, Terri-Anne Rowe, Mason Pammenter,
Jordan Cunningham, Bethany Mendes
Street Stocks (Hotondo Homes Switch n Go
Shane Ellis, Scott McDermott, Sheree Barron, Allen Nottage, John
Stoward, Nathan Barbeler, Josie Thompson, Fletcher Smith, Ben
Langton, Peter Thompson, Brad Mendes
SRE is back as the Naming Rights Sponsor
of the National Street Stock Title
Posted 25th April, 2016.
The South Burnett Speedway Club along with
Speedway Sedans Australia are very proud and excited to announce
that existing and long time supporter Spencer Race Engines (SRE) are
the major naming rights sponsors of upcoming Australian Street Stock
title to be held at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway from 30th December,
2016 to 1st January, 2017.
Chris & Clarissa Spencer of SRE have been
regular supporters of Kingaroy during the past few seasons and have
jumped at the opportunity to once again be the major sponsor of the
upcoming Australian Street Stock Title which comes to Queensland for
the very first time over the New Year’s long weekend.
After a hugely successful Australian Title held
at Ballarat only months ago, Chris & Clarissa wanted to once again
be a part of the extremely popular and well supported division that
is booming in Queensland. They have been a major supporter of
Street Stock racing across Australia & along with their support of
the last couple of Queensland State Titles & other blue ribbon
events and are very proud of the large contingent of drivers they
support in the class who have had great success in recent Australian
& State titles around the country. Many drivers who compete on a
regular basis at showgrounds in Kingaroy are now SRE customers &
will be keen to qualify for the big race on their home track with
SRE right there for support.
Operating since 1989 & having serviced work for
Jim Richards NASCAR and various race teams in the past, you can find
SRE at www.spencerraceengines.com.au with all the contact details,
products & services on offer.
This is the first of many big and exciting
announcements about the ‘SRE Australian Street Stock Title, but on
behalf of the South Burnett Speedway Club and Speedway Sedans
Australia, we’d sincerely like to welcome and thank Chris & Clarissa
Spencer from SRE for throwing their support the biggest Street Stock
event of the season.
Atkin wins Thrilling Queensland Title
Posted 3rd April, 2016.
Gympie's Tim Atkin has won his third Queensland Production Sedan Title
in four years, after coming from the B Main to win last nights Dent
Doctor Queensland Title. Atkin would take the lead on the very last
lap to win just ahead of Stuart Fawcett, Josh Arthur and Wondia's
Josh Harm rounding out the top four.
Here are the Quick Results from last night:
Production Sedans - Dent Doctors Queensland Title
1. Tim Atkin 2. Stuart Fawcett 3. Josh Arthur
1. Maddi McGee 2. Alex Sweeney 3. Bryce Lack
1. Terry Leerentveld 2. Sean Butcher 3. Chris
*** new lap record - Terry Leerentveld 15.862 seconds ***
1. Travis Hutchison 2. Peter Thompson 3.
The next race meeting will be the final one of the season which is the
annual Kingaroy Show race meeting which will be held on Sunday 1st
May (Monday is a public Holiday). Nominations for this are now
open and close on Monday 25th April at 5pm with Ryno. The show
meeting is part of the Kingaroy Show and has discounted Admission
prices which gets you into the show and the speedway all at the same
Qld Title to be decided this Saturday
Posted 28th March, 2016.
Forty Production Sedan drivers will line up to contest the Dent Doctors
Queensland Title this Saturday night. Along with this, Junior Sedans
will content round four of the Jonic Motors Allstars Series as well
as Street Stocks and for the first time in many years Mod Lites
return in big numbers for the final round of the Cowboy Cup Country
Racing gets underway at 4:30pm and here are all the nominations.
Please note Late Models have been removed from the program due to lack
This Saturday Night is going to be big at Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway and below are all the nominations for this
event which gets underway at 4:30pm.
Production Sedans “Dent Doctors” Queensland
Chris Pagel (Qld #1), Darryel Ash, Luke
Edwards, Andrew Beaton, Andrew Corbet, Len Klein, Wade Flikweert,
Russell Cowley, Josh Harm, Andrew Wilson, Richard Cook, Tim Atkin,
Brett Baxter, Mathew Spicer, Sam Grundy, Aaron Sander, Nigel Mulvena,
Adrian Stott, Scott Duthie, Brad Scherer, Brody Fraser-McGee, Brian
Grundy, Tim Smith, Sarah Franz, Moz Woodrow, Kerry Lack, Mark Quirk,
Darrell White, Trent Nicolia, Jim Cowley, Stuart Fawcett, Wesley
Smidt, Jason Herwig, Chris Besseling, Josh Arthur, Chris Wright,
Patrick Brennan, Jack Stead, Bruce Alcock
Junior Sedans Jonic Motors Allstars Series:
Jayden Iacono, Connor Fitzpatrick, Alex
Sweeney, Ben Holmes, Bryce Lack, Maddi McGee, Kipp Barron, Nic
Moncrieff, Terri-Anne Rowe, Jordan Cunningham, Bethany Mendes
Mod Lites Cowboy Cup Country Series:
Terry Leerentveld, Lindsay Hobbs, Jac Carnall,
Chris Ruane, Ayden Elliott, Wayne Donaldson, Troy Pascoe, Luke
Whitehill, Chris Tunnah, Aaron Prosser, Chris Crowe, Robert Hardy,
Scott Lehfeldt, Will Butler, Nathan Politch, Sean Butcher, Carol
Moiola, Brayden Preston
Travis Hutchison, Dylan Jarman, Scott
McDermott, Sheree Barron, Nathan Barbeler, Ben Langton, Brad Mendes,
Shane Ellis, Brett Barron, Stephen Freeman, John Stoward, Josie
Thompson, Peter Thompson
Nominations closing soon for QLD Proddie
Posted 7th March, 2016.
Nominations for the upcoming Dent Doctor Queensland Production Sedan
Title to be held on 2nd April, close this Friday (11th March) with
the QSCA. As with all state titles, the QSCA handle all nominations
so drivers are urged to get their nomination into them as soon as
possible. A big field of Proddies is expected to be on hand
for the fifth running of the Queensland Championship.
Street Stocks, Late Models, Mod Lites and the fourth round of the Jonic
Motors Junior Sedan Allstars Series make up the massive night on
Saturday 2nd April. The nomination forms and information pack
can be found on the FORMS Page of this website. Nominations for all
these divisions close on Easter Monday 28th March at 5pm.
Quick Results from 5th March Race
Posted 5th March, 2016.
What a sensational night of action at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
The South Burnett crowd witness plenty of fantastic side by side
racing, plenty of trills and action right throughout the night.
Here are the quick results for the night. Updated Series points
can be found on the FORMS page of this website.
Modified Sedans - IBRP Golden Helmet Series (R3)
1. Max Clarke 2. Gavin Lorensen 3. Peter Gray
Junior Sedans - Jonic Motors Allstars Series (R3)
1. Matty Smith 2. Ardie Jonic 3. Bryce Lack
1. Stephen English 2. Brad Mendes 3. Nic Stein
1. Ben Stead 2. Thomas Fuller 3. Cameron Taylor
IBRP Golden Helmet Modified Sedan Series
Posted 29th February, 2016.
Another fantastic field of Modified Sedans will line up to contest round
3 of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Golden Helmet Series being held at
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway this Saturday night (5th March).
Also on the program will be the third round of the Jonic Motors Junior
Sedan Allstars Series along with Street Stocks and National 4's.
Racing gets underway at 5pm and will be finished by 10pm.
Admission prices can be found on the right hand side page of this
website, but remain the same with Adults only $25 each, with
Children 12 and under Free of charge. High School Students and
Aged and Disability Pensioners are only $15 ensuring it is an
affordable night out at the Kingaroy Showgrounds.
Here is a full list of nominations in all four divisions this Saturday
Modified Sedans (31)
Junior Sedans (16)
National 4’s (12)
Street Stocks (13)
Wrap Up from the Kings Royal
Posted 28th January, 2016.
Gavin Fletcher has raced home to win back to back Davison Homes Kings
Royals at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway in front of all most 2000
After the drivers were introduced to the track through guard of
honour made up of coloured flame throwers and after circulating four
wide while the sky was filled with fireworks, the feature race got
underway and only lasted a couple laps until Glenn Pagel tangled
with Shane MacDonald, forcing Pagel out of the race. Shane
MacDonald was able to continued, but only a few laps later become
involved in a big crash, when Ty Galley’s Toyota Lexan stopped
suddenly high on the race track, leaving Shane MacDonald no where to
go, making heavy contact with the stricken car. Brett Barron
was also involved in the incident and although all drivers walked
away unhurt, all three would retire out of the Davison Homes Kings
Mid way through the feature race, Worling once again closed in on
Fletcher, but the Ian Boettcher Race Parts XF Falcon was able to
hold a commanding lead. Although the front few cars including
Fletcher, Worling, Drew and Blackburn opened up a sizeable gap
between the rest of the field, the battle from fifth right through
to last was intense as the drivers battled on a very slick and
rubber down surface. After Mark Raymont blew a right rear mid
way through the feature, the yellows came on an allow Aidan Raymont
to close up on the back of the front few and at the restart, looked
to be within striking distance until he too would pop a
right rear. While this was all going on Gympie’s Gary Pagel
who started from position twenty four had worked his way up into the
top ten. Justin Drew who looked very quick throughout the
final and took up the challenge would ultimately retire with a
broken drive shaft and looked to one of the made treats to Fletcher.
Rodney Pammenter, Tim Smith, Russell Harris, Quinton Clarke with
Gavin Lorensen to name a few had a terrific battle as they all
searched for position while all trying to outlast the tough
conditions. But as a few more expired from the race in
the later part of the feature Gavin Fletcher started to streak away
from Worling as he began to start lapping some of the field.
With only a few laps to go, Gary Pagel had worked his way up to
fourth and was having a terrific battle with Russell Harris for the
final podium position. As Fletcher streaked away to win his
second consecutive Kings Royal and ten thousand dollar pay day, Greg
Worling would pop his right rear as he crossed the line in second
and Gary Pagel would make a fanastic pass on the last corner to get
passed Harris to finish third.
Below is the finishing order of the Davison Homes Kings Royal:
1. Gavin Fletcher
2. Greg Worling
3. Gary Pagel
4. Russell Harris
5. Rodney pammenter
6. Darren Baldwin
7. Tim Smith
8. Quinton Clarke
9. Jordan Biviano
10. Wayne Gilroy
11. Kerry Lack
12. Nathan MacDonald
13. Justin Drew
14. Aidan Raymont
15. Mark Raymont
16. Gavin Lorensen
17. Shannon Blackburn
18. Johnno Collins
19. Brodie Boss
20. Brett Barron
21. Ty Galley
22. Shane MacDonald
23. Ashley Parkinson
24. Glenn Pagel
In other events over the weekend, the Jonic Motors Allstars Series
feature which was cut short after it started raining during the
feature. At the time the chequered flag was show only 7 of the
twenty laps were completed meaning the race officallly becomes a
non-event, however Matty Smith crossed the line first ahead of
Daniel Johnson and Ardie Jonic.
After some big rollovers in the National 4’s division (Brock Hancock
and then Tim Cozens – who both walked away okay), the feature race
was taken out by Jack Kay ahead of Darryl Oliver and Dan Smith.
On Sunday night, the third round of the TWA Silver Helmet Series for
the Production Sedans was won by Kingaroy’s Josh Harm. Harm
beat home Aussie Champ Andrew Corbet and Nick Cook. The
feature race was marred by a big rollover involving Stuart Fawcett
and Josh Crang. Crang got upside in a big way and was hit multiple
times from all directions as he rolled heavily in a pack of cars.
Fawcett was okay and although Crang was able to walk away from his
wrecked car, he later went to Kingaroy Hospital with neck pain.
We are happy to report that Josh Crang has been cleared of any major
damages to his neck, however we do wish him speedy recovery.
The racing throughout the weekend was absolutely brilliant.
The heat racing and the mini features for the Modified Sedans on
Saturday night were breath taking, but it was the pole shuffle on
Sunday night stole that the show. The big and vocal crowd
really got into the top eight pole shuffle, as driver and machine
put it all on the line in the series of 2 lap match racing.
This is how the pole shuffle finished up:
Shannon Blackburn defeated Quinton Clarke
Shannon Blackburn defeated Justin Drew
Brett Barron defeated Shannon Blackburn
Brett Barron defeated Ty Galley
Brett Barron defeated Wayne Gilroy
Gavin Fletcher defeated Brett Barron
Gavin Fletcher defeated Greg Worling
One behalf of the South Burnett Speedway Club, we would like to
thank everyone that made this weekend possible. This is a huge
race meeting and requires a lot of planning, hard work and
dedication from a lot of people.
Thank you to all our volunteers that man the gates, prepare the
track, work in the canteens, assist on the infield or are up in the
tower and everyone else that lent a hand throughout the weekend.
To all the drivers and crews thank you for travelling to support our
club put on the biggest Modified Sedan event in the country.
This all happens because of your continued support, so thank you for
being part of it and all your efforts.
The next race meeting will be held on Saturday 5th March and the
Modified Sedans are back for the next round of the Ian Boettcher
Race Parts Golden Helmet Series, along another installment of the
Jonic Motors Junior Sedan Allstars Series. Throw in Street
Stocks and National 4's and will be another fantastic night of sedan
racing at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway. Nomination forms are now out
and open and close on Sunday 28th February at 5pm.
Here are the official Kings Royal
Posted 15th January, 2016.
Here are the official lists of nominations for the Kings Royal weekend
being held at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on 22nd, 23rd & 24th
Modified Sedans (69)
Gavin Fletcher, Kye Walters (VIC), Ash Parkinson (VIC), Jake Drewitt
(VIC), Mark Carlin (VIC), David Head (WA), Darren Baldwin, Tim
Smith, Allan Nash, Todd Doyle, Ashley Barron, David Barbeler, Brett
Barron, Steve Jordan, Rodney Pammenter, Shannon Blackburn, Wade
Cunningham, Chris Hams, Greg Hams, Aaron Seiler, Corey Stein, Myles
Gilroy, Brodie Boss, Wayne Gilroy, Ty Jones, Josh Tennent, Nathan
Barbeler, Kent Menzies, Graham Beer, Jason Schloss, Lee Volk, Steven
Quirk (NSW), Greg Worling (NSW), Russell Harris, John Benson (VIC),
David Jacobi (NSW), Justin Drew (VIC), Greg Stevenson (ACT), John
Murphy (NSW), Matt Nelson (VIC), Nathan MacDonald, Wayne Fischer, Ty
Galley (VIC), Shane MacDonald, Craig Franz, Gary Pagel, Brett
Baxter, Michael Learoyd, Brady Roberts, Clint Noakes (WA), Quinton
Clarke (NSW), Johnno Collins, Aidan Raymont, Mark Raymont, Martin
Hawson (VIC), Kerry Lack, Gavin Lorensen, Steve Stubbs (NSW),
Brendon Kelly, Dennis Shallcross, Peter Gray, Jason Gray, Jordan
Biviano (NSW), Aaron Alcock, Brody Chrystie (VIC), Glenn Pagel, Adam
Holt (VIC), Brayden Pacey, Tony Coomber
Stuart Fawcett (NSW), Jason Protheroe, Tim Smith, Darrell White, Bruce
Alcock, Josh Harm, Phil Louis, Len Klein, Jason Herwig, Josh Crang,
David Fuller, Jack Stead, Richie Woodrow, Ashlee Tessmann, Andrew
Corbet, Richard Cook, Trent Nicolia (NSW), Luke Edwards, Chris Pagel,
Andrew Wilson (NSW), Moz Woodrow, David Clarkson, Andrew Beaton,
Adrian Stott, Brendon Kelly, Jordan Ferguson, Chris Wright, Joel
Thomas, Wade Flikweert, Taran Knowles, Scott Duthie, James Elliott,
Ardie Jonic, Matty Smith, Mitchell Pammenter, Mason Pammenter, Bethy
Mendes, Connor Fitzpatrick, Kipp Barron, Ellie Peacock, Jordan
Cunningham, Ben Holmes, Daniel Johnson, Joel Curd, Simon Walker,
Dylan Keen, Tommy Muir, Alex Sweeney, Nic Moncrieff, Brooke Etherden,
Jayden Iacono, Terri-Anne Rowe, Ashleigh Moller, Casey Collins,
Aaron Carswell, Kayden Swindells, Ryan Schultz, Jack Cameron,
Katelyn Storey, Michael Larsen, Erik Wallace
4 Cylinders (12)
Brock Hancock, Ben Stead, Tim Cozens, Gary Harris, Gary Harris Jnr,
Matthew Claydon, Murray Brumpton, Darryl Oliver, Dan Smith, Josh
Schultz, Corey O'Toole, Jack Kay
Friday – 22nd January
Modified Sedans practice & time trials for points only - Free Gate Entry
Followed by the Calcutta dinner and Kings Royal Prize Draw at Kingaroy
Scrutineering – 12pm
Practice – 3:30pm
Time Trials – 5:30pm
Calcutta Dinner Sign in – 6:30pm
Dinner served at 7:00pm
Saturday – 23rd January
Modified Sedans Kings Royal IV
4 Cylinders (heats & final)
Juniors (heats & finals)
Drivers briefing – 4pm
Parade – 4:45pm
Racing – 5:00pm
Sunday – 24th January
Modified Sedans Kings Royal IV
Proddies (heats & finals)
Drivers briefing – 4pm
Parade – 4:45pm
Racing – 5:00pm
Change of Venue for Calcutta Dinner
Posted 10th January, 2016.
The South Burnett Speedway Club has been blown away by the number of
people attending the Kings Royal Calcutta Dinner and have had to
move to the Kingaroy Town Hall to accomodate the 350 plus people
that all want to be part of the Friday Night Festivities.
Everything remains the same, however to accomodate all the people
staying at the track at Tent City Andy Dascombe from Pursers Coaches
has kindly offered to run a coach back and forward for $2 per
Davison Homes Kings Royal
Posted 8th January, 2016.
It is with great pleasure that the team at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway
can announce that Davison Homes in Kingaroy, is the major naming
rights sponsor of the Kings Royal.
Davison Homes is an award winning construction company building
quality homes and Titan Sheds throughout South Burnett. They are
family owned and operated by Peter & Jacquie and have over 18
years of experience in construction.
Davison Homes outstanding construction quality, range of homes and
customer service ensures every client gets their dream home. Build
with peace of mind with South Burnett's leading builder Davison
For more information contact them direct on 07 4163 6033 or visit
But thanks again to Davison Homes for being part of this event which
will now be known as the Davison Homes Kings Royal.
Nominations now open for Kings Royal weekend
Posted 6th December, 2015.
Nominations are now open for all divisions taking part in the massive
Kings Royal weekend. On the Forms page of this website, has
the entire Kings Royal information pack and nomination form for
Modified Sedans (this includes all the information about camping,
the calcutta and everything else happening over the three day
event). For all the support divisions, there is a separate
nomination form also on the Forms page for your convenience.
Please note the earlier than normal closing time for nominations for
this event. Nominations for all divisions close on Sunday 10th
January at 5pm. For more information, please contact event
coordinator Ryan Harris (0407175341).
We hope to see everyone in Kingaroy on 22nd, 23rd & 24th January for the
biggest weekend of sedan racing of the season.
Quick Results from 5th December
Posted 5th December, 2015.
What another fantastic night of racing at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Here are the quick results in each division from Saturday night's
sensational race meeting.
Street Stocks (Queensland Title)
1. Steve English G22
2. Travis Hutchison M7
3. Stu Robinson V36
Super Sedans (Think Money Queensland Series - Round 4)
1. Matthew Williams RK3
2. Mark Pagel G4
3. Sean Black SSA26
Modified Sedans (IBRP Golden Helmet Series - Round 2)
1. Greg Worling L3
2. Todd Doyle BB7
3. Quinton Clarke L81
Production Sedans (TWA Silver Helmet Series - Round 2)
1. Josh Harm SB11
2. Josh Arthur SB85
3. Chris Pagel Q1
Head over the forms page on this website to view the downloadable
updated series points tables for the Modified Sedan and Production
Huge Nominations again for 5th December Race
Posted 30th November, 2015.
This Saturday Night (5th December) Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway roars
back to life for another massive race meeting with four huge events
all on the same program. Twenty one V8 Super Sedans return for Round
four of the Think Money Queensland Championship Series, thirty-five
Modified Sedans will fight it out for the second round of the IBRP
Golden Helmet Series, twenty-five Production Sedans will contest the
TWA Silver Helmet Series and the Queensland Street Stock Title will
be contested with a truly national field of thirty four nominations
from all parts of the country converging on Kingaroy.
Racing will commence at 4pm and below is a full list of nominations in
Super Sedans (21) Think Money Queensland Series - Round 4
Sean Black, Sam Roza, Dempsie Pails, Mark Pagel, Shayne Lau, Justin
Smithwick, David Musch, Jon Taylor, Jack Childs, Lee Noon, Wayne
Brims, Jason Campbell, Mark O’Brien, Michael Hally, Bob McCosker,
Justin Randall, Brett Randall, Allen Schultz, Matt Pascoe, Dale
Christensen, Nicholas O’Keefe
Modified Sedans (35) Ian Boettcher Race Parts Golden Helmet Series -
Mark Carlin (VIC), Allan Nash, Greg Worling (NSW), Brett Baxter, Kent
Menzies, Corey Stein, Todd Doyle, Aaron Seiler, Rodney Pammenter,
Gavin Lorensen, Tim Smith, Max Clarke (NSW), Michelle Barbeler,
Shannon Blackburn, David Head (WA), Raymond Daley, Aidan Raymont,
Nathan MacDonald, Josh Tennent, Gavin Fletcher, Brett Barron, Greg
Hams, Jordan Biviano (NSW), Gary Pagel, Jason Schloss, Wayne
Fischer, Lee Volk, Mick Langton, Peter Gray, Quinton Clarke (NSW),
David Barbeler, Steve Stubbs (NSW), Wade Cunningham, Kerry Lack,
Production Sedans (25) Torque Wear Australia Silver Helmet Series -
Andrew Corbet, Chris Pagel, Darryel Ash, Joel Thomas, Phillip Louis, Len
Klein, Wade Flikweert, Russell Cowley, Josh Harm, Andrew Wilson
(NSW), Richard Cook, Ashlee Tessmann, Jason Protheroe, Adrian Stott,
Traci McGee, Richie Woodrow, Moz Woodrow, Darrell White, Stuart
Fawcett (NSW), Trent Nicolia, Jason Herwig, Josh Arthur, Chris
Wright, Jack Stead, Bruce Alcock
Street Stocks (34) Queensland Title
Brad McClure (VIC), Justin Brumfield (NT), Laurie Storer, Ryley Haynes,
Nic Stein, Travis Hutchison, Shane Ellis, Bradley Hore, Dylan Jarman,
Beau Saunders, Jason Duell (SA), DJ Lennon, Ricky Throckmorton
(VIC), Brett Brooks (NT), Steve English, Matthew Storer, Scott
McDermott, Stephen Freeman, Gillian Koch, Stuart Robinson (VIC),
Andrew Norton (WA), Sheree Barron, Gareth Keith, Colin Fry (NT),
Matt Nelson (VIC), Allen Nottage, Nathan Barbeler, Troy Langley,
Josie Thompson, Brandon Hough, Ben Langton, Peter Thompson, Brad
Mendes, Roger Langley
Quick Results - 7th November
Posted 7th November, 2015.
Here are the quick results from Saturday Night 7th November at Lucas Oil
Modified Sedans - IBRP Golden Helmet Series (Round 1)
1. Gavin Fletcher, 2. Gavin Lorensen, 3. Gary Pagel
Production Sedans - TWA Silver Helmet Series (Round 1)
1. Chris Pagel, 2. Josh Harm, 3. Adrian Stott
Junior Sedans - Jonic Motors Allstars Series (Round 1)
1. Ardie Jonic, 2. Maddi McGee, 3. Simon Walker
Street Stocks - Prelude to the Title
1. Travis Hutchison, 2. Stephen English, 3. Peter Thompson
For a full run down of the updated series points, please check out the
links on the FORMS page of this website. The Sub regs with the
entire series payout and nomination form for the next race meeting
can be located there also.
See you all again on 5th December.
The Season Opener is here and it will be
Posted 2nd November, 2015.
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway is the home of Sedan racing and this
Saturday night we are back with a huge start to the season with over
100 cars nominated across the four divisions taking part.
Racing will commence at 4pm and is scheduled to be finished by 10pm and
we will as always open up the pits at interval for the crowd to come
down and grab some autographs and meet all these Saturday night
speedway superstars, so drivers please bring you giveaways, hero
cards and a pen.
Here is the final list of nominations for each division.
Modified Sedans (48 nominations) - "IBRP Golden Helmet Series”
Shannon Blackburn, Jamie O'Meara, Gavin Fletcher, Wade Cunningham, Aidan
Raymont, Ty Jones, Brodie Boss, Josh Tennent, Rodney Pammenter,
Allan Nash, Todd Doyle, Robert Trapp, Ashley Barron, Brett Barron,
Darren Baldwin, Chris Hams, Greg Hams, Shane MacDonald, Steven
Quirk, Corey Stein, David Barbeler, Michelle Barbeler, Steve Jordan,
Quinton Clarke, Aaron Seiler, Mick Shelford, Brett Baxter, Chook
Geritz, Peter Gray, Jason Gray, Jason Schloss, Kerry Lack, Wayne
Fischer, Raymond Daley, Mark Raymont, Craig Franz, Nathan Barbeler,
Nathan MacDonald, Mick Langton, Jordan Biviano, Gavin Lorensen, Tim
Smith, Dennis Shallcross, Gary Pagel, Greg Worling, Steve Stubbs,
Production Sedans (25 nominations) - “TWA Silver Helmet Series”
Stuart Fawcett, Matthew Spicer, Darryl Ash, Josh Arthur, Jason Protheroe,
Richie Woodrow, Josh Harm, Darrell White, Jason Herwig, Andrew
Corbet, Jack Stead, Brody Fraser-McGee, Len Klein, Phil Louis, Luke
Edwards, Raymont Cupitt, Richard Cook, Bruce Alcock, Chris Pagel,
Wade Flikweert, Adrian Stott, Brendan Cowley, Taran Knowles, Sam
Grundy, Brian Grundy
Street Stocks (21 nominations) - “Prelude to the Title”
Dylan Jarman, Brad Mendes, Scott McDermott, Sheree Barron, Nathan
Barbeler, Nic Stein, Wayne Martin, Peter Parker, Shane Ellis, Travis
Hutchison, Ben Langton, Peter Thompson, Josie Thompson, Michael
Nicholls, Steve English, Matthew Storer, Laurie Storer, Stephen
Freeman, Allen Nottage, Roger Langley, Troy Langley
Juniors (16 nominations) - “Jonic Motors Allstars Series”
Ardie Jonic, Jayden Iacono, Kipp Barron, Connor Fitzpatrick, Ellie
Peacock, Bethy Mendes, Maddi McGee, Terri Anne Rowe, Nic Moncrieff,
Simon Walker, Dylan Keen, Alex Sweeney, Mitchell Pammenter, Mason
Pammenter, Joel Curd, Cody Gay
Nominate now for 7th November
Posted 14th October, 2015.
Nominations are now open for the massive season opener on 7th
November featuring the opening rounds of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Modified
Sedan Golden Helmet Series, plus the Torque Wear Australia Production Sedan
Siliver Helmet Series, along with the Jonic Motors Junior Sedan Allstars Series
and the only hit out on the showgrounds for the Street Stocks before the
Queensland Title returns on 5th December.
Nomination forms with the entire series formats, payouts
and nightly information can be found on the forms page of this website.
Nominations close with Ryno on Sunday 1st November at 5pm.
We look forward to seeing you all either this weekend at
Practice or at the massive season opener on 7th November.
Another Practice this Saturday
Posted 12th October, 2015.
The South Burnett Speedway Club will be holding another practice
night this Saturday (17th October), kicking off at 5pm.
Once again the cost to practice is only $50 per car and admission is free. The
practice will run until approx 9pm, so please come along and turn some laps
before the massive season opener on 7th November.
2106/17 Australian Street Stock Title
awarded to Kingaroy
Posted 23rd September, 2015.
The South Burnett Speedway Club are extremely excited to announce
that the 2016/17 Australian Street Stock Title will be held at Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway over the new years long weekend in 2016/17.
The club received official correspondence from Speedway Sedans
Australia this morning and can't wait to work with the state and the national
body to bring the first ever National Street Stock Title to Queensland in just
over 15 months time.
The dates for the Australian Street Stock Title are
30th December, 2016 - Scrutineering, Practice and
31st December, 2016 - Night One
1st January, 2017 - Night Two
With tonight's announcement, will bring some added
excitement to the division this season
including the Queensland Title which will be held at Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway on 5th December, 2015. This event will now no doubt be
on the radar for many interstate teams who will use the event to travel to the
peanut capital to have a look at the popular showground venue.
After only a couple of seasons, Street Stocks are really
starting to boom right across Queensland and this announcement will no doubt see
a huge influx of new drivers and cars to the entertaining division that races in
Planning will now get underway to ensure this event is a
huge success, but Kingaroy, you can get ready for a huge and epic event when the
2016/17 Australian Street Stock Title comes to Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Another Practice Night is Coming
Posted 14th September, 2015.
After the success of Saturday night's practice at Lucas Oil Kingaroy
Speedway, the club will be holding another open practice night on Saturday 17th
October. Once again the cost to practice will be only $50 per car and
admission will be free. Practice will commence at 5pm and run until 9pm.
We look forward to seeing you all there for some all important laps
before the season gets underway on 7th November with the opening rounds of the
IBRP Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series, TWA Production Sedan Silver Helmet
Series, the Jonic Motors Junior Sedan Allstars Series along with Street Stocks.
Posted 30th August 2015.
There is that much working going on at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway
it is hard to keep up with it all. But all the upgrades, new
infrastructure and all other improvements wouldn't be possible
without the help and support of all the hard working volunteers and
club members that continue to turn up in droves to assist us each
From the bottom or our hearts, we just want to
thank you again for your help and continuing to give up so much time
to help make this venue the best regional Speedway venue in the
Thankyou and bring on what will be a huge season
at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Supplementary Regulations for Modified Sedan
& Production Sedan Series
Posted 28th August 2015.
Here is all the competitor information to the upcoming Modified
Sedan IBRP Golden Helmet Series and the Production Sedan TWA Silver
Helmet Series both being held at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
This information can also be found on the FORMS Page of this
IBRP Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series
TWA Production Sedan Silver Helmet Series
Families First at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway
Posted 25th August 2015.
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway
continues to place a high importance of the venue remaining
affordable and competitive within the entertainment industry.
That’s why admission prices to all shows at Lucas Oil Kingaroy
Speedway will remain unchanged for the upcoming season.
Here is what you will pay to
attend Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway Race Meetings:
Adults - $25
Children (12 and under) - Free
Aged or Disability Pensioners /
Students - $15
Family – (2 Adults & up to 3
students) - $65
Pit Admission – On top of
With Speedway Insurance – $0
Without Speedway Insurance - $10
This means for fans and
competitors a-like, the cost to attend and participate in events at
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway will remain at rock bottom prices at
arguably one of the cheapest and affordable venues without in the
We look forward to seeing
everyone back at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway at either of the
practice nights on 12th September or 17th
October or at the official season opener featuring the opening round
of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Modified Sedan Golden Helmet Series
on 7th November.
Torque Wear Australia Production Sedan
Silver Helmet Series Media Release #1
Posted 20th August 2015.
Production Sedans are booming and this season the division will once
again contest the Queensland Title at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway
but tonight we are extremely excited to announce the Torque Wear
Australia Silver Helmet Series. In a first for this division in the
state, the Torque Wear Australia Silver Helmet Series will be a four
round Production Sedan series that will all be contested at Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Torque Wear Australia have been a long time support of Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway and specialise in the supply of race parts &
accessories, wheels & tyres, fuels & oils, all safety equipment,
apparel & merchandise. Torque Wear Australia is managed by BK
Halliday in the West & Shane Milburn in the East who regularly
services and attends most Kingaroy race meetings with the fully
stocked race trailer.
The series which is expected to attract around thirty cars per night and
will pay out $15,000 in cash and prizes throughout the four rounds.
This includes an end of series cash prize purse of $2,000 along with
some great prizes from Torque Wear Australia. Each night will pay
prize money to the top five drivers in the A Main plus this season
the minimum guarantee to every other driver has been increased to
$80 per night. Along with this as part of the TWA Silver Helmet
Series, each night will see a stars dash which will also pay a bonus
$50 to the winner.
Here is a look at the format and entire round and series payouts:
3 rounds of heats – 8 laps
Top 6 Dash – 6 laps
B Main (if required)
A Main – 20 laps
A Main Prize Money – Per Round
1st - $300
2nd - $250
3rd - $200
4th - $150
5th - $100
Everyone else that starts the night - $80
Dash Winner - $50
End of Series Prize Money
1st - $500
2nd - $400
3rd - $300
4th - $200
5th - $100
Plus Random Prize Draw
For each round of the series you do, you get an entry into the draw to
win these addition cash prizes and TWA gifts.
5 x $100 Cash Prizes
A share of $500 in Torque Wear Australia Prizes
Plus more prizes to be added
Like the Modified Sedan Series, the end of Series prize money and prize
draw featuring these prizes from Torque Wear Australia will be
conducted at the South Burnett Gala Presentation Night, which we
hope becomes the biggest annual trophy presentation and celebration
of sedan racing this state has ever seen.
As always, the Torque Wear Australia Production Sedan Silver Helmet
Series won’t have a round or series nomination fee and the series
prize money is open to every single competitor no matter where they
come from or how many rounds to take part in.
The South Burnett Speedway club would like to thank Torque Wear
Australia for joining forces with Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway to
bring this exciting new series to the Production Sedan division.
TWA Silver Helmet Series Dates:
R1 – 7th November, 2015.
R2 – 5th December, 2015.
R3 – 24th January, 2016.
R4 – 1st May, 2016.
QLD Title – 2nd April, 2016.
IBRP Golden Helmet Series Media Release #2
Posted 19th August, 2015.
With last week’s massive announcement about the Ian Boettcher Race Parts
Golden Helmet Series for Modified Sedans, here is a complete run
down of the four round series that will be held at Lucas Oil
The winner of the series will win an all expenses paid ride in the
Boettcher Race Parts gen 3.5 Super Sedan for two fully fledged race
meetings including a practice night. This will be a once in a life
time opportunity for the winner of the IBRP Golden Helmet Series and
their crew to work with the Boettcher Racing Team at these events
and compete alongside one of the great sedan drivers in our sport
Here is a rundown of the series, including the format, the provisional
payouts for each round and the all important end of the series prize
pool. In addition to this a large number prizes will be added to be
given away throughout the series and at the end of season Gala
Presentation dinner that the driver, a crew or representative will
need to attend to receive their series prize money / prizes.
It is expected that each round of the series will attract upwards of
forty cars meaning this four round track series will pay out over
$40,000 in cash along with all the prizes including that amazing
Super Sedan deal with Boettcher Race Parts.
Format – per round
Nomination Fee – nil
3 rounds of heats
Top 8 Pole Shuffle
C Main (if needed – top 4 transfer into the ‘B’)
B Main (top 4 transfer into the ‘A’)
A Main – 25 laps and 20 cars
Prize Money – per Round
2nd - $800
3rd - $600
4th - $400
5th - $200
6th to 20th - $150
Everyone else - $100
Pole Shuffle Winner - $100
1st - IBRP Super Sedan Drive + $1000
2nd - $1500
3rd - $1000
4th - $700
5th - $600
6th - $500
7th - $350
8th - $300
9th - $250
10th - $200
11th - $150
12th - $150
13th - $150
14th - $150
15th - $150
Everyone is eligible for series prize money and there is no nomination
fee for anyone. No matter how many rounds you do, or what club you
come from, this series prize money is for the top fifteen point
scores at the end of the series. A Random prize draw will then be
done giving every single driver an opportunity to win something
extra for simply supporting Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway, the Home of
the Kings Royal, Sedan racing and the IBRP Golden Helmet Series.
If you have any queries or concerns, please contact the Series
Co-ordinator Ryan Harris or South Burnett President Travis Barron.
2016 Modified Sedan Kings Royal Media
Posted 17th August, 2015.
The Kings Royal is back bigger than ever in 2016, this time with a new
and fresh concept. Kings Royal #4 based on 80 cars will pay out
$40,000 in cash with $26,000 of that paid out during the A Main
alone. This year’s winner will once again pocket a huge $10,000,
but the most important thing for everyone taking part will be that
fact that all competitors will be guaranteed a minimum of $200 for
turning up and taking part in the biggest Modified Sedan event in
the country. Add to this prize money for quick time, for the
preliminary features on Saturday night, plus prize money for the
dash and pole shuffle winners on the final night, everyone has a
chance to pick up some bonus cash along the way.
When is it on
Friday 22nd January, 2016 – Night One
Saturday 23rd January, 2016 – Night Two
Sunday 24th January, 2016 – Night Three
The event will still be held over 3 nights, however night one (Friday
Night) now includes a two hour practice session followed by
qualifying/time trails. This time trials will carry points for the
weekend. After qualifying, night one will be finished on the track,
but then we will all head over to the function room at the
showgrounds for the Kings Royal Massive Prize draw, Kings Royal Heat
Draw, 2 course dinner, Kings Royal Calcutta, Modified Sedan Mini
Speedway trivia, plus some live entertainment to kick us on into the
night. Gate Admission on Friday is free, along with the practice
session for the Modified Sedan drivers will also be free to take
part in. The 2 course dinner will have a small cost of only $25 per
person which will cover the cost of the meal. This will be a great
way to get test out the track, qualify for points, win some
impressive prizes and have a low key social night among the Modified
Racing proper then gets underway on Saturday Night with 2 rounds of
heats, plus 2 mini features which once again carry all important
The South Burnett Speedway Club believes this format will be much more
attractive for racers and fans alike without the burden of three
fierce nights of competition and more importantly giving the club
some flexibility over the weekend in case of mother-nature
intervenes once again. The club is always mindful of the costs
associated for the competitors at big events like this, so now
making night one compulsory to be free to be a part of, adds to the
overall competitor friendly moto that has become the norm at Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Add to all this, the Kings Royal will once again have a zero dollar
nomination fee and the transponder costs will be covered by the club
and the showgrounds will have a discounted and very affordable
camping prices for the duration of the weekend for those that want
to join the growing number of people taking in the entire Kings
Royal experience by staying at the track among the “tent city”.
Take a look at the revised and exciting new format for this year’s
Friday Night – Night One
(Free Gate Admission – Free Practice – No Heat Racing)
Open Practice – 4pm to 6pm
Qualifying (Time Trials) – 6pm to 7pm
Quick time Cash Bonus - $100 cash
Time Trials count for overall points for the weekend. Quicktime is
awarded 50 points, 2nd quick = 49 points, 3rd quick -48 points, down
to 40th – 11 points, with every single other car that meets a green
flag in time trials netting 10 points (eg. 41st or 95th all get 10
Kings Royal dinner with the stars and Calcutta – 7:30pm to late (Held in
the Function Room at the Showgrounds)
$25 per ticket (Includes 2 course buffet dinner, Kings Royal draw
released, live entertainment, Calcutta, Mini Trivia, Kings Royal
Prize Draw, and cheap drinks)
Saturday Night - Night two
2 rounds of heats - 10 laps
Night Two Preliminary Shootout 1 – odd qualifiers (after 2 round and
time trials) – 20 laps
Night Two Preliminary Shootout2 – even qualifiers (after 2 rounds and
time trials) – 20 laps
Preliminary Shootout Prize Money x2
1st - $250
2nd - $200
3rd - $150
4th - $100
5th to 10th - $50
Shootout also counts towards overall points with normal heat race points
being awarded as a bonus for this race however the points format is
slightly different for these two events
(1st – 20 points, 2nd – 19 points, 3rd – 18 points, 4th – 15 points,
19th – 2 points, 20th – 1 point etc)
Sunday Night - Night Three
Hotlaps – 5 laps
1 round of heats – 10 laps (draw based on total points so far – so top
points scorers will start at the front etc)
Top Points Scorer will receive - $100 Cash Bonus
D Main & C Main & B Main will be run.
Kings Royal Dashes
A Dash - Qualifiers 9th to 14th race off in a 6 lap dash to determine
starting positions in the A Main.
A Dash Winner will receive - $100 Cash Bonus
B Dash - Qualifiers 15th to 20th race off in a 6 lap dash to determine
starting positions in the A Main
B Dash Winner will receive - $100 Cash Bonus
Kings Royal Top 8 Pole Shuffle
Old Fashioned 2 car, 2 lap pole shuffle to determine starting positions
in the A Main
- 8th vs 7th then, the winner vs 6th and so on
Overall Pole Shuffle Winner will receive - $100 Cash Bonus
A Main – 50 laps – 24 cars
A Main Prize Money - $26,000
1st - $10,000
2nd - $3,000
3rd - $2,500
4th - $2,000
5th - $1,500
6th - $1,000
7th - $600
8th - $450
9th - $400
10th - $350
11th - $300
12th - $300
13th - $300
14th - $300
15th - $300
16th - $300
17th - $300
18th - $300
19th - $300
20th - $300
21st - $300
22nd - $300
23rd - $300
24th - $300
Everyone else that starts the weekend and doesn’t start the A Main will
Ian Boettcher Race Parts Golden Helmet
Series - Modified Sedans
Posted 11th August,
Arguably one of the biggest and most exciting prizes in Modified
Sedan Series history will be up for grabs for the winner of the Ian
Boettcher Race Parts Golden Helmet Series which will be held this
season over four massive rounds at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
The South Burnett Speedway club is extremely excited to announce
that the winner of the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Modified Sedan
Golden Helmet Series will win a money can’t buy opportunity, to race
in a two meeting deal in the Ian Boettcher Race Parts Super Sedan
Generation 3.5 Dominator house car including all their resources,
staffing and knowledge alongside Darren Kane who will run in the
sister car at these events also.
Putting a price tag on this opportunity is near impossible, but the
winner of the IBRP Golden Helmet Series will earn the right to have
a test night in the car and then compete at two fully fledged Super
Sedan race meetings driving for the Ian Boettcher Race Parts stable,
and will only need to simply just turn up in this fully sponsored
“We really wanted to do something for the Modified Sedan division
and give someone the opportunity to compete in an all expenses paid
‘multi race meeting deal’ in one of our Super Sedans. Modified
Sedans are already so strong and we rate the drivers up among the
elite drivers right across the country within the entire sport.
Whoever wins the IBRP Golden Helmet Series will certainly be a
class act, and we can’t wait to see what they are capable of doing
in our Super Sedan” Ian Boettcher Race Parts Director Greg Boettcher
Along with an extensive series prize money payout which will not
only reward those at the front, but will also reward consistency, a
random prize draw will be held at the end of the series and if you
only take part in a couple or rounds of the series you could still
potentially win some great prizes. The Ian Boettcher Race Parts
Golden Helmet Series will pay out over $40,000 in cash, plus an
amazing array of prizes over the four rounds of the one track
series. Add to this the money can’t buy experience for the winner,
the all expenses paid two race meeting deal in the Boettcher Super
“It just isn’t two race meetings for the winner either. It will be
a practice night along with the opportunity for the driver to bring
his crew along and be a part of the entire experience. They will
get the opportunity to work with our team, on our cars at the
practice and the two race meetings which will give them some great
exposure to our resources, knowledge and technical skills. Everyone
at IBRP are all extremely excited about this and can’t wait to see
what the lucky winner can do behind the wheel or our Super Sedan.”
Each round of the series will also pay $1000 to win and have a great
pay day down to last place in the feature race netting a minimum of
$150 which will be an added incentive. As always, every other
driver that simply turns up and takes part in the round will receive
$100. Along with this, the top eight drivers will contest a live
wire pole shuffle to determine the top four rows in the 25 lap
feature race and the pole shuffle winner will pocket a bonus $100
each night for their trouble.
In an attempt to showcase our sport and a way to continue to promote
our sedan divisions in a positive light, and celebrate the series
that was and our sponsors, the end of series prize money and random
series prize draw will be done at the end of season South Burnett
Speedway Club Gala Presentation night which has become the clubs
night of nights in previous years. Drivers, their crew or a
representative will need to be at the Gala Dinner to collect their
series prize money and prizes, however for every driver that
competes in all four rounds of the series they will receive a
complimentary ticket to the end of season Gala Presentation dinner.
In addition to this, the club will be giving away additional
tickets throughout the year also.
The South Burnett Speedway Club would like to sincerely thank IBRP
for joining forces with Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway and for giving
one lucky person the opportunity of a lifetime to drive the Ian
Boettcher Race Parts Dominator Super Sedan at two fully fledged race
meetings, and look forward to another huge season of Modified Sedan
racing in Kingaroy with the IBRP Golden Helmet Series.
Annual General Meeting Held
Posted 5th August,
The Annual General Meeting was
held last night and below are the newly elected office bearers for
the upcoming season:
President: Travis Barron
Vice President: David Musch
Secretary: Josh Tennent
Treasurer / Licensing: Tanya Barron
Committee: Stephen Geritz, Glen Klien
On behalf of everyone in the club we would like to welcome out
new office bearers but also pay a special thanks to outgoing
president Ashley Barron and outgoing secretary Max Marshall who has
lead the club to its successes and great heights over the past five
years. Both will still be around the traps during the upcoming
season, but would like to sincerely thank them for their efforts as
they played as massive part in the re birth of Kingaroy Speedway.
Notice of Annual General Meeting
Posted 14th July,
The Annual General Meeting for
the South Burnett Speedway Club Inc will be held on Tuesday 4th
August at 6:30pm in the GB Hall at the Kingaroy Showgrounds.
If you are planning on attending
the AGM or wanting to nominate yourself or another party for a club
position, please contact the Secretary Max Marshall or Treasurer
Tanya Barron for a nomination from and ensure your club membership
is renewed as they are now due for everyone.
We look forward to seeing
another big turn out on 4th August at 6:30pm for the
South Burnett Speedway Club Inc Annual General Meeting.
Winners are grinners at Gala Trophy
Posted 13th July,
Over one hundred guest all replaced their race gear with suits
and ties to fill the Tobruk room at the Kingaroy RSL on Saturday
night to celebrate the season that was at Lucas Oil Kingaroy
After a dominating the local season in the Production Sedan
division, Josh Harm not only took out the Proddie Club Championship
but won the South Burnett Speedway Club Overall Champion of
Champions Club Championship.
Aidan Raymont captured the Barron Family Modified Sedan Champion of
Champion Trophy for a second time after accumulating the most number
of points during the entire season at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway in
the Modified Sedan division. However it was Brett Barron that took
out the Modified Sedan Club Championship.
After another fantastic season Jarred Ash captured the Street Stock
Club Championship and Ben Stead after missing the second half of the
season due to injury, still had enough points to win the 4 Cylinder
Sedan Club Championship.
In the Junior Sedans, Kipp Barron won the Junior Sedan Club
Championship and Ardie Jonic was awarded the Speedway Australia
Grass Roots Perpetual Trophy which is awarded to the Junior Sedan
driver that wins the South Burnett Junior Nationals event each
In other major awards announced on the night, long standing club
member Danny Hurt was awarded the President Trophy for his continued
hard work and dedication to the club. The other major award, the
Maximum Effort Award, was presented to Dion Wood for his massive
contribution to the club during the season.
Here is complete run down of the final standings’ in each of the
South Burnett Club Championships for the 2014/15 season at Lucas Oil
South Burnett Speedway Club Major Awards
President’s Trophy - Danny Hurt
Maximum Effort - Dion Wood
South Burnett Speedway Overall Club Champion - Josh Harm
Barron Family Modified Sedan Champion of Champions Trophy - Aidan
Modified Sedans Club Championship
1. Brett Barron
2. Corey Stein
3. David Barbeler
4. Stephen Geritz
5. TJ Horne
6. Brad Scorgie
7. Jason Schloss
8. Chris Hams
9. Greg Hams
10. Darren Baldwin
11. Aaron Seiler
12. Josh Wicks
13. Nathan Barbeler
14. Mick Shelford
Production Sedans Club Championship
1. Josh Harm
2. TJ Horne
3. Phil Louis
4. Greg Akers
5. Jack Stead
6. Kyle Greaves
7. Josh Crang
8. Len Klein
9. Darrell White
10. Ryan Harris
11. Jarred Ash
12. Bruce Alcock
13. Scott McDermott
14. Josh Tennant
15. Danni Wicks
Street Stock Club Championship
1. Jarred Ash
2. Brad Mendes
3. Scott McDermott
4. Nathan Barbeler
5. Sheree Barron
6. Dylan Jarman
7. Ryan Harris
8. Ashlee Tessman
9. Michelle Barbeler
4 Cylinder Sedan Club Championship
1. Ben Stead
2. Mitchell Pettigrew
3. Trevor Brown
Junior Sedan Club Championship
1. Kipp Barron
Super Sedans Club Participation
Paul Coleman and David Musch
Late Models Club Participation
Ashley Barron and Travis Barron
Annual Gala Trophy Presentation Dinner
Posted 19th June,
The annual Gala Trophy Presentation Dinner will be once again
held on Saturday 11th July in Tobruk Room at the Kingaroy RSL
(Markwell Street). The night will include a 2 course buffet
dinner along with A DJ, DVD reviews, plus all the end of season
trophy presentations from another highly successful season at Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway for the South Burnett Speedway Club.
The cost for the night is only $40 for adults, $20 Children (12 -
16 years) and Children under 12 only $10.
Bring a Gala event, once again the dress standard for the night
is Semi-Formal (eg. ties for men).
RSVP by 6th July to Tanya Barron on 0487 003 404.
Payment by EFTPOS/Credit Card is available, but all tickets must be
prepaid before the 6th July as no payment will be accepted on the
We look forward to seeing everyone at the Gala Presentation
Dinner on 11th July.
Queensland Titles announced for Lucas Oil
Posted 8th May,
The South Burnett Speedway are extremely excited to announce that
the Proddie and Street Stock titles will be returning to Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway next season.
Proddies and Street Stocks are seeing a huge influx of local
drivers and today's announcement will give all those plenty of extra
motivation to get preparations underway during the off season.
The Street Stock Title will be held a little earlier in the
season on 5th December. This earlier date will allow all those
heading south for the Aussie Title, State Titles and month of blue
ribbon events in the south, the opportunity to cement there spot in
the third ever Queensland Street Stock Title.
The Production Sedan Title will be held on 2nd April, once again
strategically scheduled around other events with in the nation,
which should attract a huge field of competitors.
So mark these dates in your calendar:
Queensland Street Stock Title - 5th December, 2015.
Queensland Production Sedan Title - 2nd April, 2016.
Important Information for Competitors this
Posted 28th Aprill,
The annual show meeting is a heap of fun and attracts a huge and
near sell out crowd so we need to inform you all of some important
information that will assist you in enjoying your time at the annual
Kingaroy Show Race meeting.
What’s On at the Speedway
Wingless Sprint Queensland Title – 24 Nominations
Modified Sedans Show Meeting Shootout – 40 Nominations
Junior Sedans Down Under Graphics Peanut City Challenge – 15
Street Stocks Switch and Go Feature – 14 Nominations
Late Models Thunder Series – 7 Nominations
The Entry to the pits will be off Avoca Street at the back of the
pits and this gate will be open. At this gate you will pay the
normal show admission prices and the extra pit entry if you hold a
current Speedway Australia Insurance Card. You won’t be able to get
into the complex via the normal main gate as that road way will be
blocked off for dog events, the truck and car show, plus sideshow
Scrutineering will commence in the pits from 1pm
Drivers Briefing will commence in the pits at 3:30pm which will be
followed by a track pack if needed, if not event one will get
underway straight away just prior to 4pm.
Event one will be on the track racing by 4pm.
Heat racing will be all finished by 8pm for the main Fireworks
show to take over centre ring. Once the firework show is finished,
the speedway will resume with all the finals and feature races which
will conclude by 10:30pm and finish off with the trophy presentation
for the Queensland Wingless Title in the Lucas Oil Victory Lane Pit
Admission Prices (this includes the entire Show)
The Admission price for the day/night includes all the attractions
of the show, the Speedway is considered as an extra attraction /
activity to do while attending the Kingaroy Show so you don’t need
to pay anything extra to watch the speedway.
Show Admission Prices
Adults - $10
Age Pensioners - $8
High School Students - $8
Primary School Students – Free
Family - $30
Pit Entry Prices (on top of main gate admission prices)
With Speedway Australia Insurance – Free
Without Speedway Australia Insurance - $10
Huge Nominations for Show Meeting
Posted 27th Aprill,
One hundred drivers have nominated for this weekend's annual
Kingaroy Show meeting at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway. Below is
the full list of nominations in all divisions. Racing will
commence at 4pm SHARP.
Wingless Sprints “2015 Queensland Title” - (24)
Brad Whitechurch (Tasmania)
Robert Mazzer (New South Wales)
Kevin Willis (New South Wales)
Daniel Flood (New South Wales)
David Eggins (New South Wales)
Michael Reid (New South Wales)
Matthew Wright (New South Wales)
Warren King (New South Wales)
Modified Sedans “Show Meeting Shootout”(40)
Mark Carlin (Victoria)
Greg Worling (New South Wales)
Max Clarke (New South Wales)
David Jacobi (New South Wales)
Quinton Clarke (New South Wales)
Street Stocks “Switch and Go Feature” – (14)
Junior Sedans “Down Under Graphics Peanut City
Late Models “Boettcher Race Parts Thunder Series” (7)
Steve Van Zeeland
Quick Results from Last Night
Posted 12th April,
A fantastic multilane race track saw four sensational feature
races in front of a crowd of just on 1000 people.
Here are the quick results
Super Sedans - Round 11 Queensland Championship Series
1. Mat Pascoe 2. Jason Campbell 3. Matt
1. Allen Nottage 2. Nathan Barbeler 3. Peter Thompson
1. Andrew Corbet 2. Neil Keldoulis 3. Josh Harm
***** New Lap Record - 17.034 seconds - Andrew Corbet *****
1. Matty Smith 2. Joel Berkley 3. Ardie Jonic
V8 Super Sedans are back this Saturday
Posted 6th April,
The roar of twenty six Super Sedans will hit Lucas Oil Kingaroy
Speedway this Saturday night for the next round of the Queensland
Series. The event will also feature Street Stocks, Production
Sedans and Junior Sedans. Racing gets underway at 5pm, however
in a first for Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway the Junior Speedway Bike
Club will holds its first ever race meeting on the infield bike
track between 2pm and 5pm. So if your head out early you will
get to see Junior Speedway bikes in competition as part of the first
round of the McDonalds Series.
Here are the nominations for this Saturday Night:
Super Sedans (26)
Matt Pascoe, Darren Kane, Sean Black, Ian
Brims, Mark O'Brien, Shane Lau, Lee Williams, Jon Taylor, Wayne
Brims, Brett Randall, Justin Randall, John Sheehan, Craig Torr, Matt
Williams, Jason Campbell, Barry Craft, Grant Shaw, Rodney Craft,
Dale Christensen, Paul Coleman, Gary Pagel, Ashley Peall, Kev Barkle,
Tim O'Shea, David Musch, Sam Roza
Street Stocks (14)
Josh Arthur, Jarred Ash, Nathan Barbeler,
Sheree Barron, Scott McDermott, Shane Ellis, Nic Stein, Peter
Thompson, Michael Nicholas, Allen Nottage, Ben Langton, Brandon
Stoward, Brad Mendes, Dylan Jarman
Darrell White, Raymond Daley, Neil Keldoulis,
TJ Horne, Greg Akers, Josh Harm, Jason Protheroe, Andrew Corbet, Sam
Grundy, Len Klien, Phil Louis, Tim Smith, Scott Guthie
Junior Sedans (11)
Matty Smith, Joel Berkley, Nic Moncrieff, Ardie
Jonic, Kipp Barron, Josie Thompson, Terri-Anne Rowe, Simon
Walker, Jaydon Iacono, Maddi McGee, Damon Johnston
Posted 5th March,
The South Burnett Speedway Club
has once again received another shipment of American Racer Modified
Sedan Tyres which are now available for sale from the club. We have
a heap of 84 Mediums available for sale for only $235 and can be
arranged to be dropped at most Modified Sedan events one of us
travel too, or they can be picked up from Kingaroy.
If your interested in grabbing
some tyres, please contact Trav on 0428 643 085. Credit Card and
EFTPOS facilities are available to purchase these and remember 100%
of the profits of these tyres go back into fund Modified Sedan
events at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway like the Kings Royal.
Scheuerle wins Peanut Crown 3000
Posted 1st March,
Andrew Scheuerle has raced home to narrowly win the
410ci Sprintcars Peanut Crown 3000 at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on
Saturday Night. Brodie Tulloch drove the race of his career to
finish second just ahead of Bryan Mann who earlier in the night
destroyed the old one-lap record by over half a second, lowering it
down into the 11 second bracket. The new one lap record now stands
at 11.977 seconds making Mann the fastest person ever around the
In other events, Gympie's Aidan Raymont was a start to finish winner
in the Modified Sedans with Toowoomba's Peter Gray having a great
night finishing second just ahead of Kingaroy's Brett Barron.
The Wingless Sprint feature was the race of the night with Lismore's
Robert Mazzer getting the win on the final lap from Neil Howard and
Michael Budgen (who came from the back row to finish on the podium).
The Formula 500 feature race was won by Queensland Champion Dale
Shilleto. Who once again stamped his dominance on the division
currently. Kristin Brown finished second just in front of
The South Burnett Speedway club now breaks until the first week
after Easter when the Queensland Super Sedan Series returns to Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway on April 11th. Production Sedans,
Juniors and Street Stocks.
The Club would like to thank everyone that turned out and witnessed
another excellent night and would like to sincerely thank all the
hard working volunteers that make this all possible. Our
volunteers are the back bone of the club and we couldn't do it
without you all.
Sprintcars, Modified Sedans, Wingless &
Formula 500's this Saturday!!!
410ci Sprintcars make there much anticipated return to Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway this Saturday night for the Peanut Crown 3000.
A sensational field of eighteen Sprintcars (one of the biggest
fields for decades) will make the trip to the South Burnett ready to
throw it all on the line for the $3000 winners cheque.
Modified Sedans are back with a great field along with Winlgess
Sprints and Formula 500's. Racing will commence at 4:30pm on
Saturday afternoon with Sprintcars hitting the track at 6pm for
Here are all the nominations in all four divisions:
Sprintcars - Peanut Crown 3000 (18)
Modified Sedan - Pole Shuffle Shootout (25)
Formula 500s - Tyrepower 600 Super Series (14)
Wingless Sprints (17)
Gavin Fletcher wins Kings Royal
Posted 25th January,
Gavin Fletcher has raced home to win the Modified Sedan Kings Royal
and pocket a cool $10,000 for this trouble in front of over 2000
people on Sunday night. Victorian Justin Drew finished second
just ahead of Brett Baxter.
After night one was rained out on Friday, the 3 night program was
condensed into a revised 2 night format and the big crowds witnesses
some of the finest and most exciting racing ever seen at Lucas Oil
In other events over the weekend, Daniel
Henshaw won the Production Sedan Aussie Grand Prix, Jack Kay the
winner of the 4 Cylinders, Ardie Jonic winning the South Burnett
Junior Sedan Nationals and Travis Hutchison winning the Street
The weekend proved to be another huge success
and plans are already underway to make next years event even bigger.
Thanks again to everyone's support of the
weekend and we look forward to seeing everyone back on 28th February
for the clubs next meeting featuring V8 Sprintcars, Modified Sedans,
Wingless Sprints and Formula 500's
Record Fields for Kings Royal weekend
Posted 13th January,
Here is the sensational and final list of nominations
for the upcoming Modified Sedan Kings Royal to be held at Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway on 23rd, 24th & 25th
A whopping 78 confirmed nominated are locked and
loaded and the best of the best will battle it out for the $10,000
winners cheque. We did have up to 91 nominations throughout the
course of nominations being open, however a few have dropped out do
to varying circumstances. Thankyou to those that have let me know,
and bring on the Kings Royal, as this will be the best event you’ve
Here are the nominations for all divisions taking
part in the huge weekend making up a massive 177 nominations across
all the divisions. This will make the Kings Royal weekend the
biggest ever weekend of sedan nominations ever seen at Lucas Oil
Modified Sedans – Kings Royal (78)
Mark Carlin (VIC) – Australian Champion
Gavin Fletcher – Queensland Champion
Greg Worling (NSW) – former Australian Champion
John Benson (VIC)
Ash Parkinson (VIC) – former Australian Champion
Todd Doyle – former Australian Champion
Justin Drew (VIC) – former Australian Champion
Steve Jordan – former Super Sedan Australian Champion
Max Clarke (NSW) – former Australian Champion
Johnno Collins – former Queensland Champion
Shane MacDonald – former Queensland Champion
Aidan Raymont – former Australian Champion
Brody Christie (VIC)
Daniel Simpson (VIC)
David Jacobi (NSW) – former New South Wales champion
Steven Quirk (NSW)
Matt Nelson (VIC)
Quinton Clarke (NSW)
Production Sedans – Australian Grand Prix (40)
Stephen Laidlaw (VIC)
Mark Quirk (NSW)
Ashley Graham (NSW)
Jack Graham (NSW)
Stuart Fawcett (NSW)
Nick Chilcott (NSW)
Brad Hutchison (NSW)
Matt Hutchison (NSW)
Junior Sedans – South Burnett Junior Nationals (20)
Street Stocks - (17)
4 Cylinder Sedans – Peanut Crown (23)
Gary Harris Jnr
Darren Kane wins an amazing Australian
Posted 4th January,
Darren Kane has passed Jamie Oldfield during
the closing stages of a action packed feature race to win the 14th
annual Kingaroy Equipment Sales Australian Dirt Late Model
Championship. Sydney's Ben Nicastri finished third.
After the rain earlier day, the track was a
complete contrast from the previous night which ultimately saw
multiple grooves, some big rutts and an extremely hooked up surface
in which the lap record was lowered even further to 13.004 seconds
in the dash by American Steve Francis.
In the feature race, the battle was intense
right throughout the field and the action got underway with Francis
getting out to an early lead with Jamie and Warren Oldfield right
behind him. As they quickly got into lap traffic the lead
changed numerous times, until Francis hit a rutt causing him to
plough into the turn one fence ending his unbeaten run over the
weekend. By this stage Darren Kane who started from position
9th had worked up to 5th position behind Brad Blake. At the
restart, the battle continue to unfold and once again drivers
battled the tough conditions at break neck speeds passing each other
at will, until Aaron van Zeeland climbed the turn one wall rolling
over the q22 machine in turn one bring on the reds. Damage was
caused to the catch fence and after a short delay to repay the fence
the feature race got back underway with only 14 laps and Jamie
Oldfield and Darren Kane become involved in the fight to the flag.
Kane ran side by side with Oldfield for laps until on lap 38, Kane
was able to get the upper hand and slide through into the lead and
hang on to win the Australian Championship. The roar and
cheers from the big Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway crowd during the
race as Kane got into the lead could be heard over the cars and as
Kane crossed the chequered flag and as the fireworks lit up the air,
the crowd stood as one and gave him a standing ovation he deserved,
and in a fitting end of the race, outgoing Australian Champion Brad
Blake walked over and presented Darren Kane with an Aussie Flag to
take around on his parade lap to once again a huge applause from the
massive crowd. Hundreds of people then filled the pits around
the podium presentation which rounded out a fantastic weekend of
racing at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
In other events on Saturday Night Josh Harm won
the Proddie feature from Josh Arthur and Russell Cowley. The 4
Cylinder feature was won by Jack Kay, just ahead of Cameron Taylor
and Queensland Champion Tim Weir. The AMCA Nationals was taken
out by Matt Hardy who also set a new one lap record of 15.643
seconds. With Jason Molle and Steve Potts rounding out the
podium. Bundaberg's Casey Collins won the Junior Sedan feature
race from Joel Berkley and Ardie Jonic.
The club would like to thank everyone that
turned out for the weekend and sincerely thank all the hard working
volunteers including the amazing track crew for making this race
The club now has a 3 week break before the
biggest Modified Sedan event in the country, the $10,000 win Kings
Royal comes to town on 23, 24 and 25 January.
Racing is starting tonight (Saturday) at
Posted 3rd January,
Please note that racing will now start at 4pm
tonight. Tonight features the final night of the Kingaroy
Equipment Sales Australian Dirt Late Model Championship, a massive
fireworks show, AMCA Nationals, Proddies, 4 Cylinder Sedans and
Francis Perfect after night one
Posted 3rd January,
American Steve Francis
American Steve Francis had the perfect night finishing night one
undefeated... He also set a new one lap record of 13.262 seconds and
the took out Mini Feature one from Darren Kane and Bruce McKenzie.
In the second mini feature Warren Oldfield just beat home his
brother Jamie with Brad Blake finishing third... The late models are
back tonight for another round of
heats, dashes and the 40 lap Australian Title.
In other events, the modified sedan feature was sensational with the
action a plenty and a heap of side by side racing on a track that
certainly suited Modified Sedans down to the ground. After plenty of
lead changes and an epic battle right thought out the field
Victorian Mark Carlin took the win just ahead of Todd Doyle and
Brendan Kennedy in what was easily the race of the night if not the
season so far.
The street stock feature was just as good with an intense side by
side battle between Josh Arthur and Travis Hutchison. Arthur ran
around the fence after starting mid pack and engaged in a great lap
after lap battle with Hutchison. Arthur ended up just winning from
Hutchison with Nathan Barbeler finishing third.
All the Aussie Title V8 action gets back underway tonight at the
earlier time of 4pm which sees another huge night of Late Model
Aussie Title action, plus a huge fireworks show, AMCA Nationals,
Proddies, 4 Cylinder Sedans and Junior Sedans.
Tonight is the night we crown the 2015 Australian Late Model
Champion, so bring your friends and the family and get yourself to
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Huge Nominations for 2nd & 3rd January
Posted 23rd December,
Wow, wow, wow is what comes to mind at the thought of what is in
stall at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on 2nd & 3rd
January. This massive race meeting will feature the Kingaroy
Equipment Sales Australian Late Model Championship, along with forty
(40) Modified Sedans plus great fields of AMCA’s, Proddies, 4
Cylinder Sedans, Street Stocks, Junior Sedans along with a massive
fireworks show on the final night of the championship.
In total 135 drivers have nominated across all classes on the
weekend, which will also see the final night of the Late Model
Aussie Title telecasted on Fox Sports on the chequered flag speedway
Racing on both Friday & Saturday nights will commence at 5pm, but
here is a full run down of the nominations in all divisions.
Late Models – “Kingaroy Equipment Sales” Australian Title (27
Brad Blake (Defending Australian Champion – WA)
David Robertson (NSW)
Bruce McKenzie (NSW)
Ron Pyne (NSW)
Steve Vaughan (SA)
Matt Crimmins (SA)
Steve Francis (USA)
Warren Oldfield (WA)
Aaron van Zeeland
Tim Bink (NSW)
Jamie Oldfield (WA)
Jason Oldfield (WA)
Steve van Zeeland
Kirstin van Zeeland
Ben Nicastri (NSW)
Modified Sedans – “Prelude to the Royal” (40 Nominations)
AMCA’s – (16 Nominations)
Street Stocks (13 Nominations)
Production Sedans (15 Nominations)
Junior Sedans (14 Nominations)
Brock Chopping Jnr
4 Cylinder Sedans (10 Nominations)
Saturday Night's (13th December) practice
Posted 12th December,
The South Burnett Speedway club have cancelled the open practice
night being held tomorrow night (13th December) due to wet weather.
The club now turns its attention to the Kingaroy Equipment Sales
Australian Dirt Late Model Title which will be held at Lucas Oil
Kingaroy Speedway on 2nd & 3rd January.
Nominations for all divisions on that night are now open and
close on Sunday 21st December at 5pm. The Nomination form and
information pack is available on the forms page of this website and
nominations for the Kings Royal weekend is also available on the
same page and are open as well.
Australian Title Calcutta and Camping
Posted 2nd December,
The Kingaroy Equipment Sales Australian Late Model Title Calcutta
will be held on Thursday 1st January after practice and
scrutineering in one of the new function rooms / pavilions located
at the Kingaroy Showgrounds (which is the location of the track).
The Calcutta will commence at 6:30pm and feature a 2 course meal,
along with Live Entertainment, cheap drinks and of course the Aussie
Title Calcutta. The Dress Code will be smart casual and the
cost is only $35 per head.
To RSVP which is necessary, contact Tanya Barron on 0487003404 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment and RSVP must be done by
16th December. Payment can be made by credit card, eftpos or
In terms of camping for this event and the Kings Royal, the
Kingaroy Showgrounds Caravan Park (which is once again the same
venue), has decided to only charge $12 per person per night that say
or camp at the Showgrounds. This will be payable at the start
of the event to the Caravan Park staff at the site office.
Showgrounds staff will issue permits and will be checking each
morning to ensure everyone has paid. The venue has all the
facilities needed with a caravan park including good hot and cold
Kingaroy Equipment Sales Australian Late
Exciting news today that Kingaroy Equipment Sales
has become the naming rights sponsor of the upcoming 2015 Australian
Late Model Title to be held at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway on 2nd
& 3rd January.
Kingaroy Equipment Sales is a long term supporter
of the South Burnett Speedway Club and have a played an integral
part in the transformation of the venue and its only fitting that
they have joined forces to bring the first ever Australian Title to
Kingaroy Equipment Sales is located on River Road
in the peanut capital which is only a minute from the race track.
Since joining Australian Industrial Supplies, which is Australia’s
largest buying group, it has cemented the company focus on
industrial supplies and hand tools with a large selection of brands
including the well known Kincrome, Sidchrome, SP Tools and Fuller
and access to nearly any other tool in the market. Other key areas
of business for the company include power tools, South Burnett’s
largest selection of welding equipment and accessories, batteries of
which the price cannot be beaten, trailer building accessories,
generators, pressure cleaners, tool storage, water transfer, nuts,
bolts and workshop equipment.
The business had gone through a massive expansion
with the addition of steel sales with a wide range of everything
from RHS, downgrade steel, pipe, flat, cement supplies and
everything between what a builder to the man off the street would
need. The company had taken on a BOC agency and can truly offer a
one stop industrial shop. The business also has a used machinery
section which was the original Kingaroy Equipment Sales. We have a
range of used machinery including bulldozers, tractors & farming
implements such as offsets, combines & ploughs. The shop also
stocks a large range of new slashers & Trailers 2000 brand trailers.
The staff at Kingaroy Equipment Sales pride
themselves on continued service with helpful sales team dominated by
local knowledge and a focus on customer relations built up over
So if the friendly team can help with anything
make sure you pick up the phone and give them a call on (07) 4163
6911 or pop in and see them while your in town for the “Kingaroy
Equipment Sales” 2015 Australian Late Model Championship.
A Main Quick Results
Here are the quick results from
Saturday Night's race meeting held at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
It was another fantastic night of exceptional race from all
divisions on a very racey surface.
Late Models (Zoe Girdlestone Memorial)
1. Nick Girdestone
2. Steve van Zeeland
3. Frank Armstrong
1. Ty Jones
2. Kent Menzies
3. David Barbeler
Formula 500's (Tyrepower 600 Super Series)
1. Dale Shilleto
2. Cody Maroske
3. Kaydon Iverson
*** New Lap Record - Nathan Pronger 13.803 seconds ***
1. Josh Arthur
2. Andrew Beaton
3. Neil Keldoulis
1. Ben Stead
2. Thomas Fuller
3. Sarah Franz
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway now prepares for
the two massive mutli night shows in January. The first being
the Australian Late Model Title on 2nd & 3rd January and then the
$10k to win Modified Sedan Kings Royal on 23rd, 24th & 25th January.
Prior to that, the club will be holding an open
practice night on 13th December which is open to all divisions.
Nomination List for Saturday Night's show
This Saturday Night not only
sees gate prices slashed, we have once again attracted a stellar
list of nominations to take to the showgrounds this Saturday Night.
Racing is set to get underway from 4:30pm and will be finished by
10:00pm. As an added bonus for all the spectators, at interval
we are going back to the future and the pit area will be open up for
free to the general public to come down mingle with the drivers and
check out all the machinery, while grabbing a few give away's and
some signatures of your favourite drivers.
Below is the full list of nominations for this Saturday Night:
Late Models (make-a-wish foundation Zoe Girdlestone
Steve van Zeeland, Kirstin van Zeeland, Ashley Barron, Travis
Barron, Michael Jenner, Nick Girdlestone, Blair Granger, Matt Ingrey,
Ian Ducet, Greg Town, Frank Armstrong
Formula 500's (Tyrepower 600 Super Series - Round 3)
Dale Shilleto, Cody Maroske, Kristin Brown, Nathan Pronger, David
Muir, Brooke Wanless, Kaydon Iverson, Ryan Skennar, Charlie Brown,
Scott Farmer, Blake Hancock, Tristan Johnson, Adrian Farrell, Bayden
Ellston, Nick Scholes, Bryn Upshall
Kent Menzies, Corey Stein, Michael Learoyd, Stephen Geritz, Brad
Scorgie, Ty Jones, Tegan Jennings, Adrian Stott, Craig Franz, Brett
Barron, Chris Hams, Greg Hams, Jason Schloss, Russell Harris, Lee
Volk, Peter Gray, Dennis Shallcross, David Barbeler, TJ Horne, Kerry
Lack, Wade Cunningham, Jason Gray
Ryan Harris, Liesa Smith, Josh Crang, Josh Arthur, Phil Louis,
Andrew Beaton, Len Klein, Kyle Greaves, Josh Harm, Sam Grundy,
Selina English, Brian Grundy, Tim Smith, Greg Akers, Jack Stead,
4 Cylinder Sedans
Tim Weir, Trevor Brown, Murray Brumpton, James Elliot, Gary
Harris, Sarah Franz, Ben Stead, Thomas Fuller
Gate Prices Slashed for next race meeting
Posted 23rd October,
That’s right the big
announcement is here. We all know that everything is continuing to
go up, however Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway continues to strive to be
the most driver / spectator friendly and affordable venue in the
country and that is why at the next race meeting we have slashed
gate prices and made the following huge discounts.
For the 15th November
race meeting, which will see Zoe Girdlestone Memorial for Late
Models, Modified Sedans, Round 3 of the Tyrepower Super 600 Series
for Formula 500’s, Production Sedans and 4 Cylinder Sedans admission
prices will be as followed in attempt to get everyone back for a
night out at the Speedway:
Adults - $15
Pensioners / Students - $10
Children (12 and Under) - FREE
Family (2 Adults & up to 3
Students - $40
Pit Admission (on top of
Insured – Free
Un-Insured - $10
For the competitors, the Prize
Money scheduled will remain unchanged, so let’s hope a huge field of
all divisions take advantage of these fantastic savings and come in
droves to the cheapest and most affordable venue in the country. As
always, out canteen and bars will remain at the very affordable and
bottom dollar prices, and we hope to see a full house on Saturday 15th
November at Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.
Kane wins the Double
Posted 19th October,
in front of a big season
opening crowd, Darren Kane has raced home to win the double at Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway, winning the Late Model feature and Round 2 of
the Queensland Championship Super Sedan Series. Kane held off
many challengers during the Super Sedan feature race to narrowly
beat home Wayne Brims (who came from 8th) and Jason Campbell.
The Super Sedan feature was a cracker, with the top ten drivers
drawing a marble for starting positions for the 40 lap feature race
which also had double row restarts which kept the big crowd on the
edge of their seats.
In the other events, Hervey Bay's Hamish Redman
won the 4 Cylinder Sedan J&M Racecraft Super Series round from the
rear of the field, in a sensational feature race. Redman was
brilliant and just beat home Aaron Knox and Thomas Fuller.
Earlier in the night Cameron Taylor posted a new one lap record,
just pipping Paul Redman's time which has stood for four years.
The Production Sedan feature race was taken out
by Russel Cowley who beat home Josh Arthur and Australian Champion
Tim Atkin. The Street Stock final was another nail biter with
Jarred Ash slipping past Brad Mendes on the final lap to get the
win. Third home was Peter Thompson.
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway returns on 15th
November and nomination forms are now available on the forms page of
this website. Modified Sedans, Production Sedans & 4 Cylinder
Sedans will need to nominate through us, however Late Models and
Formula 500's needing to nominate through their own assocation.
Season Opener is approaching
The season opener at Lucas
Oil Kingaroy Speedway is just over a month away and nomination forms
are now available.
The meeting will feature Round 2 of the
Queensland Super Sedan Championship Series along with the Thunder
Series for the mighty Late Models (who will no doubt see a great
turn out in preparation for the 2015 Australian Title being held in
a few months time, right here in Kingaroy). The 4 Cylinder
Sedans will fight it out in the J&M Racecraft Super Series and they
will be joined by Production Sedans and Street Stocks.
Nominations for this event
close on Sunday 12th October at 5pm and the nomination form and
information pack can be found on the forms page of this website.
Annual General Meeting held
Posted 10th August,
The South Burnett Speedway
Club has just held its annual general meeting and once again Ashley
Barron has been re-elected as President for another season. He
will be once again joined by Max Marshall as secretary with Shane
Wicks joining the team as Vice President. Unfortunately a
treasurer wasn't elected on the night and the club is currently
looking for an experienced volunteer to take up this integral role
this season. Josh Wicks and TJ Horne were also elected as the
committee representatives on the night. Tanya Barron will look
after all the licencing for the season and would like to remind all
club members that the licencing does take 2 to 3 weeks to get your
licences and rego etc back, so if you are intending on commencing
shortly at some of the practice days at various race tracks, please
get your paperwork in ASAP.
The club is also looking for
the following positions to be filled for the upcoming season;
Canteen Conveyor, Merchandise Conveyor, Bar Conveyor, Pit Arm Band
Supervisor, Main Gate Supervisor. If you are interested in taking up
any of these role and/or the treasurers position please contact
Ashley Barron ASAP.
Thanks again to everyone that attended the AGM
and we look forward to everyone being part of another huge season at
Lucas Oil Kingaroy Speedway.