UPDATE January 12: The proposed “Royal Stampede” has now been cancelled.
Defending champion Tony Blanch won back-to-back titles at the AMCA Nationals Queensland Titles raced last Saturday night in Kingaroy.
Kingaroy Speedway will miss out on hosting the Production Sedans National Title at Easter after a decision by Speedway Sedans Australia to postpone all Australian titles.
There was rain, mud and a lot of racing at the Kingaroy Showground on Saturday morning for the fifth annual John Titman Golden Steel Shoe Challenge.
A spectacular rollover in a heat of the Street Stocks was just a taste of the action when speedway returned to Kingaroy last Saturday.
Thirty-nine events – with racing in five categories – will kick off the 2020-21 Kingaroy Speedway season at the showgrounds track on Saturday night.
South Burnett’s 2020-21 speedway season will be roaring into life in Kingaroy on October 17, but COVID-19 means there will be some changes.
About 8500 people passed through the gates of the Kingaroy Speedway over the weekend … the biggest Kings Royal event yet!
Who will be the next King of Kingaroy? The answer will be known after three nights of spectacular speedway racing at the Kingaroy Showgrounds this weekend.
Super Sedans superstar Mathew Pascoe added another Queensland title to his trophy shelf on Saturday night after a dominating performance at the Kingaroy Speedway.
The last speedway meeting for 2019 will blast off at 4:30pm on Saturday at Kingaroy Showgrounds.
Kingaroy Speedway opened its 2019-20 racing season in spectacular style on Saturday night with a full round of racing, and not a drop of rain in sight.
Speedway fans will be looking forward to the “Spring Spectacular” race meeting to be held in Kingaroy on Saturday night.
The Kingaroy Speedway’s 2019-20 racing season will roar into life on Saturday night.
The Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club has come a long way in just five years … from just an idea and no track, to hosting the Under 16s Queensland Titles
South Burnett Speedway Club wrapped up an exciting 50th anniversary season with a glittering annual awards night on Saturday at Kingaroy Town Hall.
Fifteen of Australia’s best young speedway riders put their talents to the test at the fourth annual John Titman Golden Steel Shoe Challenge in Kingaroy at the weekend.
Kingaroy Speedway Club members are over the moon that their Kingaroy Showgrounds track has been recognised at national awards.
For the fourth year in a row, former Aussie speedway champ John Titman will be sponsoring the Kingaroy Junior Motorcycle Speedway Club’s “Golden Steel Shoe Challenge”.
“Absolutely sensational” … that’s how Kingaroy Speedway president Travis Barron summed up the two nights of racing at the weekend.