Will sprintcar drivers dare to double their money at Murray Bridge Speedway?
A new race format will feature alongside the formula 500s' King of the Bridge, V6 sprints' Des James Memorial and three other classes.
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Sprintcars will be back in Murray Bridge this Saturday for their final hit-out before the post-Christmas “speedweek” period.
The “dare to double” format will offer a double prize-money bonus for the top-point scorer for the night, wherever they end up finishing – if they start from position 20 in the A-main.
Will anyone dare to double?
While it is hard to go past Matt Egel at the moment, Luke Dillon, Daniel Pestka and Glen Sutherland have all proved very competitive thus far in 2021.
Lisa Walker will make her first appearance in Murray Bridge for the season, and Brock Hallett and David Donegan will make the interstate journey for the event.
Formula 500s will also be running in one of their event highlights of the season, the King of the Bridge; while V6 sprints will also be back for their Des James Memorial.
Street stocks, modlites and junior sedans will complete the night’s action.
Gates will open at 4pm and the action will begin at 5pm.
Tickets: $30/25/15/5 at tickets.speedwaytickets.com.au.
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