The new South Burnett speedway season got off to a smashing start last weekend with lap records broken and some spectacular crashes in a big night of racing.
Some of Australia’s best young speedway riders were in action in Kingaroy on Saturday for the Queensland State Titles of the Under 16 125cc Solos and Best Pairs.
The South Burnett Speedway roars back into action in Kingaroy on Saturday night with an exciting program of racing planned for the season opener.
Some of the best junior speedway riders from Queensland and interstate will be coming to Kingaroy on Saturday for the third annual John Titman Golden Steel Shoe Challenge.
Super Sedans will be back in action at the Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night.
There’s lots happening at the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club track at Kingaroy Showground on Saturday, including the club’s first Come and Try Day for 2018.
A proposal to built a multi-million dollar motorsport complex in the South Burnett looks unlikely to progress much further as the promoters behind the project have had no luck so far in finding a suitable location.
NSW driver – and current Modified Sedans national champion – Matty Smith was crowned King of Kingaroy on Saturday after three nights of racing at the South Burnett Speedway.
Club Championship trophies were distributed at Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club’s last Club Day for the year at the weekend.
Local rider Cordell Rogerson added two more trophies to his cabinet following a big morning of motorcycle speedway racing in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club will be hosting two Queensland State Titles on Saturday at their special showground track.
Speedway action will roar back into life on Saturday night at the Kingaroy Speedway with a big program of racing for the beginning of the local season.
Ivor Harm, from BRTS Racing in Brisbane, was the special guest at the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club’s club day held on Saturday at Kingaroy Showgrounds.
The South Burnett Speedway Club has released its calendar for the 2017-18 racing season, which will kick off in October.
Speedway fun shouldn’t just be for the boys … the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club Inc will be giving girls a chance to give it a go on Saturday.
There’s been some good news – and bad news – for the South Burnett Speedway Club this week.
Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club’s last club day for riders was postponed due to the weather, which meant a special double header was held at the Kingaroy Showgrounds on Saturday.
The Bees were buzzing, along with riders from as far away as South Australia and NSW, at the second annual John Titman Golden Steel Shoe Challenge held in Kingaroy on Saturday.
The only hitch during another great night of racing at the Kingaroy Speedway last Saturday was a blackout which knocked out the lights for a short time.
Meet the new “King of Kingaroy” … Gold Coast speedway driver Greg Worling has been crowned king for a second reign after the fifth annual Kings Royal.
The Kingaroy Speedway’s premier event, the three-day Kings Royal, will roar into action on Thursday night.
Local junior speedway rider Cordell Rogerson has dominated the points in both the 125cc and 250cc categories after the last round of the Kingaroy Bees’ season.
Sunshine Coast speedway rider Keynan Rew set a new track record to take out the 2016 Under 16 125cc Solo Queensland State Championships, raced in Kingaroy on Saturday
Motorcycle fans should get on down to Kingaroy Showgrounds on Saturday to see some handlebar-to-handlebar racing by some of the quickest young riders in Australia.