Article Courtesy of Morgan Melvin
After the South West Track conference, the four tracks that occupy the region have come to an agreement to rebirth the South West Sedan Championship, after a two season hiatus.
The Bunbury Car Club, Collie Racing Drivers Association, Manjimup Speedway and Augusta-Margret River Speedway, the four clubs in the South West Region have come together in thought that the regions hub of Speedway Sedans drivers and fans would befit in a series to help promote the areas strong history of tin top racing with the return of the series which last ran during the 2016/17 Speedway season.
This season’s series will see a few changes to the events running, with Junior Sedans now added to the series and all three divisions running for series points on the same night. The two senior divisions will be both be racing for a point’s prize pool of $4,000, paying down to 10th place while the Junior Sedans will compete for plenty of prizes for the top 10 in points.
All four rounds will be stand-alone events, with none of the other three South West tracks running on that night to encourage the drivers from far and wide to contest in the series.
At the final round, held at the Augusta Margret River Speedway on March 28, the highest overall point scorer of the three divisions will also be crowned the ‘South West Champion’ for the season. More information about the series will be released in the coming months leading up to the first round at the Manjimup Speedway on December 28.
Round 1: Manjimup Speedway December 28
Round 2: Make Smoking History Bunbury Speedway February 8
Round 3: Make Smoking History Collie Speedway March 7
Round 4: Trade Hire Augusta-Margret River Speedway March 28