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The first Production Sedan blue ribbon event for the season, the Toowoomba Steering & Suspension �$1,000 to win� Dean Fraser Memorial will be held at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway this Saturday night.��

Last season this event was rained out before a lap had even been turned, so this will become the first time the event has been run in Queensland.� BroMad Racing & the McGee family have continued to honour the memory of Brody�s father (Dean Fraser) for the past twenty three years through this memorial race in their former home state of Tasmania. But now that the family reside in Queensland and with the ever increasing costs of travel across the water to compete in the event annually, the family with the support of the Tasmanian speedway community have relocated this wonderful event to their new home track, Hi-Tec Oils Speedway in Toowoomba.

A wonderful field of twenty eight drivers will take part in the event which has attracted the best drivers from Queensland and across the border in New South Wales. New South Wales Champion Steve Jordan sits atop of the entry list, which also includes Josh Crang, Joel Berkley, Josh Arthur, Adrian Stott, Brody Fraser, Brett Barron and Stuart Fawcett.�Joel Berkley has already tasted success this season with two wins from as many starts at Kingaroy and Gympie.

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It's a tasty line-up for the Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series round this Saturday night at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway, presented by Ian Boettcher Race Parts.

In a field 'brimming' with Australian championships and QLD titles this Saturday night's action will be a wide open affair.

Whoever wins the Brims Concrete QLD Super Sedan Series round will have to seriously 'harden up' for success on the high banks of T-Bar.

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Unlike all other speedway divisions Street Stocks race in either direction.�A coin toss decides the direction of racing as the drivers enter the track and this Saturday night� a fabulous list of Street Stocks have nominated for the opening round of the RMC Excavations Toowoomba Club Championship.

Eighteen drivers have nominated for this weekend, as they chase the club championship prize and get much needed lap time on the venue that will host the Queensland Title for the first time in history on 4 May 2019.

The field is headed by home town hero and current Queensland champion Robert Trapp, who will have heavy opposition from Travis Hutchison, Nathan Barbeler, Rick Cunning, Peter Thompson and last start winner Kenny Simpson for Rockhampton.

Racing is scheduled to commence at 5pm and if you can�t make it to the venue, you can check it out live on Clay Per View.


N1 Steve Jordan
L3 Daniel Bridge
G5 Dayne Francis
SC8 Josh Crang
SB08 Alex Sweeney
CR9 Ash McKellar
M9 Joel Berkley
C14 Kayla Stokes
M15 Josh Arthur
GL15 Richard Cook
G17 Neil Keldoulis
SC23 Adrian Stott
M27 Danielle Harris
C31 Will Roeser
SB32 Brody Fraser
SB38 Maddi McGee
SB48 Brett Barron
L53 Ash Graham
L54 Jack Graham
CR57 Thomas Fuller
M57 Deon Cook
SC61 Brendan Cowley
SB63 Kyle Rolands
L65 Stuart Fawcett
L71 Mark Quirk
CR96 Amy Evans
G97 Rory Evans
G116 Aaron Sander

Bob Mccosker 39
Brendan Doyle 31
Darren Anning 21
Darren Hawkins 25
Darren Kane 36
David Musch 12
Ed Doherty 91
Glenn Knox 78
Graeme Elliott GL3
Ian Brims 77
Justin Randall 0
Leigh Williams 3
Matt Pascoe Q1
Rodney Craft 48
Ryan Cats 27
Sam Roza 77
Sean Black 26
Shayne Lau 71
Tania Smith 3
Trent Wilson 44

Q1 Robert Trapp
CR3 Darren Ciesiolka
CR5 Rick Cunning
SB7 Travis Hutchison
CR8 Dwain Platt
CR17 Dean Platt
M20 Aidan Scott
CR21 Jarrod Iacono
CR31 Jake Wilkinson
G33 Ryan Kahler
SC39 Gordon Mildolo
RK68 Kenny Simpson
C77 Timothy Thompson
SB88 Nathan Barbeler
SB96 Ben Langton
SB97 Greg Langton
C99 Peter Thompson
SC99 Callum Auld

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