Modlites national president Robert Hardy rolled his racer after the chequered flag in Heat 1 of the Modlites at Kingaroy Speedway

September 29, 2018

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.

The new clay track which was installed in the lead-up to the event led to records being set in the Modifieds, Modlites and National 4s.

Queensland champion Keith Blatch lowered the old lap record in the Lightning Sprints to 13.256 seconds, a record which had stood since 2011.

The next meeting at the South Burnett Speedway will be on November 10 with V8 Dirt Modifieds,  Modifieds, Compact Speedcars, Production Sedans, Street Stocks and Junior Sedans on the program.

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Robert Hardy Rollover

Robert Hardy steps unhurt from his Modlite after the spectacular rollover in Heat 1

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Modified Sedans

1. Nathan MacDonald
2. David Jacobi
3. Brad Stein

Street Stocks

1. Brad Mendes
2. Ben Langton
3. Dylan Jarman

Production Sedans

1. Joel Berkley
2. Brody Fraser
3. Thomas Fuller

Lightning Sprints

1. Jason Rae
2. Keith Blatch
3. Andrew Sparks


1. Terry Leerentveld
2. Nathan Poltich
3. Casey Collins

National 4s

1. Tim Weir
2. Hayden Turner
3. Bevan Burton

Junior Sedans

1. Dakota Laverty
2. Zac Pascoe
3. Brad Pascoe


Brody Fraser, on the outside, takes a shortcut home in Heat 1 of the Production sedans … Fraser won the heat and was second in the Final
Ben Langton found himself spearing towards the in-field in Heat 1 of the Street Stocks, which was run in reverse direction … the excursion, which forced a complete re-start, didn’t do him any harm as Langton also won the heat and finished second overall in the Final
Greg Langton spun around and hit the wall in Heat 1 of the Street Stocks … after the chequered flag

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