Australian Super Sedans champion Mathew Pascoe secured his sixth Queensland title after a dominating performance at the Kingaroy Speedway (Photo: Denise Keelan Photography)
December 16, 2019

Super Sedans superstar Mathew Pascoe added another Queensland title to his trophy shelf on Saturday night after a dominating performance at the Kingaroy Speedway.

Pascoe won all his heats before claiming a three-second win in the final.

It was the fourth Queensland title win in a row for the Aussie champion, and his sixth overall.

Former Queensland champions Darren Kane and Michael Nicola took out second and third spots in a keenly contested 40-lap final.

Kingaroy’s Travis Barron was also among the Super Sedans action, finishing in 10th spot after securing a third in an earlier heat.

The biggest bingle of the night came in the final of the Wingless Sprints when Michael Lampard and Lachie Robertson came together in spectacular fashion on Lap 8.

Lamperd’s Q60 car grew wings before pivoting on its rollbar and landing back on its wheels to finish the race in 10th position.

Robertson was not so lucky, retiring with a broken race car.

The Kingaroy track was kept well-watered throughout the evening with regular appearances of the water truck between heats.

This not only helped to keep the dust down but ensured there was track-wide racing during the Super Sedans final.

Local driver Nathan Barbeler took out the 20-lap final of Round 3 of the Edge Automotive Street Stock series.

The series is being raced at Kingaroy across five rounds with cash prizes to be distributed in May.

Also raced on the night were Lightning Sprints, Modlites and Production Sedans.

A highlight of the Christmas Cup meeting for younger speedway fans was the appearance of Santa around the track, handing out lollies.

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The next speedway meeting in Kingaroy will be the massive Australia Day long weekend Kings Royal event for Modified Sedans.

Racing will run across three nights – January 24-26 – and will also feature Street Stocks, Production Sedans, Modlites and Juniors.

[More photos at Denise Keelan Photography]

Michael Lampard and Lachie Robertson come together on Lap 8 of the Wingless Sprints final on Saturday night in Kingaroy (Photo: Denise Keelan Photography)
Lampard’s racer pivoted on its rollbar and landed back on its wheels … after the re-start Lampard went on to complete the 15-lap final (Photo: Denise Keelan Photography)
Australian title holder Joel Berkley’s Falcon was looking the worse for wear after dropping out early from Heat 1 of the Production Sedans … but the damage wasn’t terminal and Berkley went on to win the final a few hours later
Travis Barron tried his hand at Super Sedans … Barron was running a close second at one stage in
Heat 1, before slipping back to 3rd position
Adam Walker came to grief in Heat 2 of the Modlites

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Results

Matty Pascoe showing his style to lead the field in a heat of the Super Sedans

Queensland Title Super Sedans
1. Mathew Pascoe
2. Darren Kane
3. Michael Nicola

Street Stocks
1. Nathan Barbeler
2. Robert Trapp
3. Luke Wilkinson

Production Sedans
1. Joel Berkeley
2. Simon Walker
3. Brett Barron

Wingless Sprints
1. David Eggins
2. Paul Robinson
3. Scott Thomsen

Lightning Sprints
1. Dave Fanning
2. Wayne Iacano
3. Tyler Stralow

Modlites
1. Terry Leerentveld
2. Nathan Politch
3. Mitchell Pammenter

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Gallery Of Photos


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