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THE BEST AND WORST TO BATTLE AT TBAR
Some of the best and worst drivers in the nation will battle it out this Friday at Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway as the curtain comes down on a massive season.
The Good Friday event will feature the Grand Final of the Queensland USC with the nation’s best Sprintcar exponents battling for almost thirty thousand dollars in series and event prizemoney, while Toowoomba’s worst drivers will go head to head in a “Last Man Standing” Demolition Derby to end the night.
Speedway Events Manager, Bennie Bishop said that Toowoomba families will be able to sample the full spectrum of driving ability at the Good Friday event.
“The entry list of nearly 40 Sprintcars includes Robbie Farr, Luke Oldfield and a host of great names that represent the best in the business, and then you have about 12 entries in the Demolition Derby that are the scariest, most reckless guys to ever grip a steering wheel, so the whole family is in for a treat!”
The event also features the Wingless Sprint Queensland Title with a huge field of over 40 cars, in addition to a solid list of Modified Sedans and Street Stocks.
“This will be a great way to end the season, and with five months until our next season starts in September, it’s a great opportunity for Darling Downs families to have a great night out at one of Toowoomba’s best equipped sporting venues.”
Tickets are available from the gate from 3pm or right now at SpeedwayTickets.com.au, with racing starting at 4:45pm and Sprintcars from sundown. For more details check out toowoombaspeedway.com or the Hi-Tec Oils Speedway Facebook page.
Pics: 1. Jerry “The Phantom” Iacono will return this weekend to try and be the “Last Man Standing” in the Demolition Derby Grand Final. (Thecarrells.com.au)
2. Withcott’s Peter Lack is within striking distance of the USC Championship despite sitting in tenth on the points ladder