Junior Sedans will make a triumphant return in 2020 with 2 stacked lists of new stars and top stars.
The Micallef boys will take to the track for the first time at Avalon this season, young Ben in the W4 and Darcy in the W7 set to do battle in the top stars.
Along side them, Carter Metcalfe from Mildura, lady racers Zoe Young and Bree Simpson, including a pile of other Junior Sedan top stars.
18 Junior Sedan New Stars will rock the house saturday night and anticipation will continue to build for their first time on track at Avalon this season.
Local cars, Fletcher Barron in the AV5, Blake Glynn in the AV8 and Jacob Pitcher in the AV83 will be among the local hopefuls to take out the feature win from a high contender count.
The always exciting V8 Dirt Modifieds are back with a quality bunch ready to open the taps. The in-form V84 of Todd Hobson freshly home from Parramatta will be headlining the list after his stellar start to 2019/20. Hobson will do double duties in the Wingless category as well.
Zeke Edwards, Stephen Lodwick and Brett Clarke and more will all be chomping at the bit to snare the win from Hobson.
The highly anticipated Wally Anstaikis Cup for GP Midgets will light up the Raceway when 11 cars battle it out for the honours.
The only, traveller in the field Trevor Parry in the NSW 55 will lead the charge for his state against a strong 10 Victorians.
A huge lineup for the Wingless Sprints pack it out again at Avalon Raceway with valuable series points up for grabs.
The Ladies of the Dirt Wingless Series returns with 9 cars entered. Speedway Karter, Alisha Fielder will pilot the VX89 driving for Temby Motorsports while Chris Temby will drive in the main-game seat.
Renae Eastham will jump back in the immaculate V88 Racing Team entry for another stint behind the wheel at Avalon Raceway after a racey outing earlier in the season.
A stout 58 car field will take the green flag in the Victorian Wingless Series Open class saturday. An excellent showing of car numbers currently in Victoria will create A thrilling night of racing across the board.
2019 stand out Dayn Bentvelzen is back to put on a show for fans with feature race success on his hands.
Up and coming Mitchell Broome will be a hot contender in the S35 after his best season to date is only just getting started.
A huge number of rookies also will field the class with Jordy Smith in the NT59 driving for the Murdie Brothers, along with Brian Graetz, Chris Heard, Kyle Mayson, Ashley Fox, Reece Pitkowczy, Brendan Crabbe and Will Green.
Its an event not to be missed this Saturday Night at Avalon Raceway February 8.
Gates Open from 3:30pm, Pit Walk fron 4-5pm with Racing from 6pm.
Adults $25, Concession $20, Kids 12-16 $10 and Kids Under 12 are free!
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