Round Four of the 2017/2018 GWN7 WA Modified Sedan Series will be held this Saturday Night at the Moora Speedway located in the Central Midlands of Western Australia.
Modified Sedans are the main support program to the opening night of the 2017/2018 Speedway Sedans Western Australia Junior Sedan State Title with a big crowd expected.
The fourth round of the series doubles as the annual Midwest Modified Sedan Magic and is proudly supported by Moora Automotive Service & Repair.
Albany’s Bill Penn holds a slender points lead over Broome’s Ray Clifton heading into the penultimate round of the series, with the duo set to renew hostilities this weekend.
Newly crowned WA Modified Sedan Champion Anthony King returns to his former home track for the first time as the state champion and will be tough to beat in familiar surroundings.
Former Western Australian champion Clint Noakes captured the South Australian Modified Sedan Title last Saturday Night at Sunline Speedway in Waikerie is hoping to make it back in time to contest the Moora round.
Two Time State champion Mick Johnson is set to make his last start in the GWN7 WA Modified Sedan Series before relocating to Victoria and is the defending champion of the “Midwest Magic”.
Others to watch this weekend include Matt Noakes, Blake Jackson and Rick Musarra who have all shown strong form in recent times.
Racing gets underway from 6pm this Saturday Night.
WA1 Anthony King
2 Branden Fraser
4 Miranda Ball
12 Aydan Trewern
18 Adam Houston
20 Matt Noakes
21 Rick Musarra
23 Clint Noakes
32 Mick Johnson
41 Blake Jackson
47 Shane Dubberlin
57 Bill Penn
73 Ray Clifton
The 2017/2018 GWN7 WA Modified Sedan Series is proudly supported by
Bill Gibbs Excavations
Southern Stump & Mulching Services
Totally Independent Tyre Service & Mechanical
Stirling Print & Design
Southpoint Panel & Paint
Auto One Collie
Speedway Sedan Digest
Moyle Race Parts
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