V8 Sprintcars at Maryborough Speedway - Brooke Tatnell
V8 Sprintcars at Maryborough Speedway - Brooke Tatnell

RECAP: M'boro hosts sprintcar World Series

UPDATE:  James McFadden wins round eight of the World Series Sprintcar race and remains at the top of the points race.

Full recap of the race in Thursday's Chronicle.
UPDATE:  35 lap A main final is underway.

UPDATE: Sprintcars are on track and ready for the final.
UPDATE: Perfect night for Maryborough's Joel Berkeley with another win in the production sedans.
UPDATE:  Production sedans race underway before the sprintcars run in the A main final.
UPDATE:  James McFadden will start on the front row with Brock Hallett in the A.main.  New track record to James McFadden.
UPDATE:  Sprintcars back on the track for the shootout.
UPDATE:  Track maintenance has been finalised and the junior formula 500's are about to have their final run for the night.

UPDATE: Fans have been allowed into the pits during the break for a chance to get up close with their idols.

UPDATE: Break in the action as the sprintcars prepare their run to the A main final.

UPDATE:  Joel Berkeley continues to lead the field in the production sedans.

UPDATE: Heat four was won by Glen Sutherland who led from start to finish.

UPDATE: Heat three about to get underway with Brock Hallett to lead them away.

UPDATE: Lockie McHugh has a new wing and will be back on track shortly.

THOUSANDS of people have turned out to see history made at the Maryborough Speedway which is tonight hosting the sprint car world series.

Grandstands are packed, the grassy hills lined with wall to wall chairs and safety glasses are at the ready.

Gold Coast driver Luke Oldfield clocked the fastest time in the Quick Time trial.

Fellow Gold Coast young gun and hot favourite Lochie McHugh rolled after wheel to wheel contact.

Isis driver Brock Hallett took out his first heat.

FIND THE FULL REPORT IN THURSDAY'S CHRONICLE



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