Speedway is a real family affair if nominations for this weekend’s massive three days of racing in Kingaroy are any indication … there’s at least a dozen families who’ll be testing each other out on the track.
South Burnett Speedway Club will be running the first ever SB Junior Nationals as part of the huge Kings Royal Australia Day long weekend meeting
Lachlan Onley edged out Wayne Randall by centimetres to win an action-packed Round 3 of the National Super Sedan Series at Kingaroy [Photo: Ash Media]
Australia’s finest Super Sedan stars are set to hit the Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night for the first-ever National Super Sedan Series held at the track.
Despite threatening clouds, the rain held off for Saturday night’s racing at Kingaroy Speedway with the big crowd enjoying some very fast racing as well as the usual thrills and spills.
Kingaroy Speedway is going to rock (and roll) on Saturday night with Round 2 of the Wild Desert Allstars series of Modified Productions and some special roly poly cars.
Josh Arthur – and a string of bad luck – upset Tim Atkin’s hope at Kingaroy Speedway on Sunday night of becoming the first driver to take out the Qld Street Sedan title four times
Formula 500s will be returning to Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday night after a small rejig to the weekend’s original program.
The Kingaroy Speedway’s first official practice session on Saturday night proved so popular that the South Burnett Speedway Club is going to do it all over again.
The Kingaroy Speedway will fire back into action tomorrow night (September 1) when the South Burnett Speedway club hosts its first official Practice Night of the season.
Racing returns to the Kingaroy Speedway on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend (September 29-30) with the 28th running of the Queensland Street Sedan Title.
The Rogerson family of Coolabunia could soon have a new speedway star in their midst … young Cordell, 9, is having fun and making a name for himself on motorcycle circuits in Queensland and NSW.
An amazing Kingaroy Show was topped off by an amazing South Burnett Speedway meeting on Sunday night.
The Kingaroy Show will be running this Saturday and Sunday, and organisers are promising a jam-packed program of events for its 105th outing.
Less than a week after winning his first State title – the NSW V8 Dirt Modifieds in Lismore – Queensland speedway driver Kevin Britten has won the 2012 Queensland Title for Dirt Modifieds in Kingaroy.
V8 Dirt Modifieds will be in action at the Kingaroy Showground on Saturday night competing for the Queensland Title.