Avalon Raceway also hosted the West Coast Classic for Modified Production Sedans on Saturday night with another stunning turnout from some of the finest racers in the country. History will show Trevor Mills carried enough speed to outrun Wayne Ramsdale in the 25 lap final with Mark Carlin home in third.
New South Wales driver Mark Robinson won the emotion charged Australian V8 Dirt Modified Championship at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway on Saturday night. Robinson led home three times and defending titleholder Peter Britten while Queensland veteran Ray Klarich finished third ahead of Victoria’s Steve Milthorpe.
The already impressive entry list for this Wednesday night’s $10,000 to win President’s Cup at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway continues to swell with numbers now reaching the high 40’s. The event is the 31st running of the storied President’s Cup that started way back in 1982 and it’s also the fourth round of the Essendon Ford Sprintcar Track Championship.
Tonight will see the conclusion of the 2012 Australian V8 Dirt Modified Championship at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway following last night’s heats and Sprint features were run before an appreciative crowd. Sprint feature winners included New South Wales ‘gun’ and former champion Mark Robinson while three time and defending champion Peter Britten was successful in the second Sprint feature.
Geelong’s Avalon Raceway fires into life TONIGHT for the preliminary heat races and Twin Sprint Features as part of the Australian V8 Dirt Modified Championship. The action continues Saturday night with a further two rounds of heats before the ‘big dance’ for the 2012 Australian V8 Dirt Modified Championship where a deserving winner will be crowned.
Geelong’s Avalon Raceway is ready to welcome several of the world’s fastest Sprintcar drivers to the venue next Wednesday night, January 18th for the highly anticipated 31st edition of the Essendon Ford President’s Cup. Entries have swelled past the 40-car mark and with a $10,000 cheque awaiting the first driver home, understandably interest is at an all time high.
This Friday and Saturday night Geelong’s Avalon Raceway will host the prestigious 2012 Australian V8 Dirt Modified Championship with a stunning field set to converge on the venue led by three time and defending champion, Queensland’s Peter Britten. The popular national champion will attempt to become the first driver in history to win four consecutive Australian Titles in the division.
Following the heat races on Saturday night at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway the heavens opened with persistent showers that ultimately forced the management to cancel the remainder of the program.
Tonight Geelong’s Avalon Raceway is set to conduct arguably one of the most popular events of the season when the annual K-Rock Cup for Super Sedans will be decided along with Super Rods and the ever popular Demolition Derby!
Arguably one of the most popular night’s on Avalon Raceway’s calendar is set for decision this Saturday night with the annual Super Sedan K-Rock Cup while the V8 Super Rods will play ample support as the wildly popular Demolition Derby will round out the action filled night.