Murray Bridge Speedway will be the place to be on Boxing Day
The Sprintcars State Series will again replace World Series Sprintcars in 2021.
This post was contributed by MMSS Media.
Murray Bridge Speedway is set to go racing one final time for 2021 on Boxing Day, December 26, for its annual round of Speedweek as part of the Sprintcars State Series.
The state series will again take the place of the regular World Series Sprintcars, with that series affected for a second year due to ongoing border restrictions.
However, the amended series has still attracted a top class field, with several interstate competitors expected to line up.
The field will be spearheaded by four-time WSS champion James McFadden, who will once again jump back into the Monte Motorsports W17.
Also in the field are Sydney brothers Marcus and Matt Dumesny, along with Victorian David Murcott, who is also nominated in the SA-based Downing Bros S97.
They will be up against the in-form Matt Egel, who has had a standout run this season; with Luke Dillon, Brad Keller and Steven Caruso just some of the drivers from the South Australian contingent.
Also on the racing program will be a field of 15 modlites, who will contest night one of their SA Christmas Cup; along with a compact field of formula 500s.
Wingless sprints, a late addition to the program, will also be on track.
The public gates will open at 4pm for a later start time of 6pm, with full bar and catering facilities available at the track.
Tickets: $35/30/20/5 at tickets.speedwaytickets.com.au.
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