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:: Another Tyrepower Series Win for Shilleto

Monday, November 24, 2014
Brisbane Formula 500 Club

Queensland Formula 500 champion Dale Shilleto continued his race winning form at Kingaroy Speedway during round three of the Tyrepower 600 Series, collecting his third feature race victory to further extend his lead in the championship chase. Although Shilleto has been unstoppable so far this season, the Kingaroy event produced the closest result of the series thus far with Cody Maroske less than half a second behind in second spot at the fall of the flag. Kayden Iverson finished third in the 20-lap event, while Ryan Skennar and Kristin Brown rounded out the top five. Bayden Ellston, Brooke Wanless and Tristan Johnson were next in line and the last drivers on the lead lap, with Scott Farmer, Nick Scholes, Blake Hancock, Bryn Upshall and Adrian Farrell completing the finishers. The only casualty was Charlie Brown, who exited with only a lap completed.

Another solid 17-car field fronted for competition and it was Sprintcar ace David Muir who got things underway with a win in the opening heat. Shiletto finished in second spot, with Farmer snaring third. Unfortunately for Muir, he failed to make it out for his remaining events.

In heat two it was Charlie Brown who filled the top spot, leading home Nathan Pronger and Wanless. In heat three however, Brown could no better than third spot behind Maroske and Pronger.
Heat four saw a good win for Johnson over Shilleto and Ellston, while Iverson downed Shilleto and Farmer in heat five.

Whilst the final heat of the night fell in favour of Skennar in advance of Maroske and Ellston, it was Shilleto who emerged as the highest pointscorer and secured pole position for the main event.

In the feature race, there were no changes amongst the top three as Shilleto led every lap to defeat his front row partner Maroske, with Iverson starting third and encountering little resistance in maintaining that position to the finish. Charlie Brown’s demise on lap two elevated his sister into fourth spot and she remained there until lap 14 when Skennar advanced. Further back, both Ellston and Wanless made forward progress as Farmer, who started inside the top five, lost touch with the leaders.

2014/2015 Tyrepower 600 Super Series progressive points (top 20): Dale Shilleto 232, Kaydon Iverson 201, Charlie Brown 195, Kristin Brown 193, Cody Maroske 172, Bayden Ellston 157, Brooke Wanless 154, Tristan Johnson 150, Nick Scholes 140, Adrian Farrell 134, Ryan Skennar 131, Nathan Pronger 129, Scott Farmer 87, Bryn Upshall 81, Nick Potts 69, Simon Sullivan 50, David Muir 50, Phil Roberts 47, Royce Harvey 45, Blake Hancock 42

The schedule for the remaining rounds of the Tyrepower 600 Super Series is as follows:

November 29 - Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway
December 6 – Toowoomba Speedbowl
January 1 - Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway
January 24 - Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway
February 28 – Lucas Oils Kingaroy Speedway
March 7 - Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway
March 14 – Toowoomba Speedbowl
April 18 - Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway
May 2 - Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway

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:: Formula 500's WA -Kwinana Results

Sunday, November 23, 2014
Formula 500's WA

Ellement is the King Once More!
After claiming the King of Kwinana race last year, Steven Ellement has last night made his season debut and successfully defended his crown to become the King of Kwinana once again.
After starting on the front row alongside Matt Brown, who was also in his comeback night, Ellement would race away from the rest of the field and was never seriously challenged as he held his lead. Brown would settle into second, while the real battle was behind them, with Tom Hooper sneaking into third on lap three past Luke Nardiniand maintained that for the remainder of the race. Nardini actually slipped back to fifth, with ChanelleCondren holding down fourth for the middle seven laps of the feature before Nardini got back by her.
In the end though it was Ellement who was too strong as he crossed the line in first ahead of Brown, Hooper, Nardini and Condren.
Earlier in the night the opening race was off to a rough start as the first attempt saw contact between a number of cars on the front straight, leaving Glenn Carstairs to go hard into the wall and end his night early. Brendon Marshman also got involved having nowhere to go, but he was able to continue on.
The next start saw a few laps under the drivers belts before Thomas Davies suddenly slowed, leaving Troy Johnson to slam on the brakes. Being that all the drivers were battling in such close quarters, Brett Janssen then hit the rear of the cars ahead and went upside down in a big way in turn two. He emerged unhurt, but the car looked a little worse for wear.
The restart saw Matt Brown race away to claim his first race since coming back after his horror accident last season, while Steven Ellement, also in his first race for the season, came through from sixteenth to finish second. Adrian Haywood also raced hard and bought it to the leaders as he came home in third.

Heat Twosaw Brent Lockwood lead Jai Dillon for opening laps, while Ellement moved forward quickly, followed by David Sinagra and Johnson. There was a seven car battle for second, but slowly they evened out, and on the fourth lap Johnson came from nowhere to grab the lead. Luke Nardini followedEllement as he raced into second, while ChanelleCondren, showing all that she had learnt on her recent east coast tour, was also moving forward. With just one lap to go Ellement grabbed the lead and raced away to win from Johnson and Nardini.
The Formulas now have a fortnights break before they return to the Perth Motorplex on the 6th of December.
Release by DTN Media.

Official Results

Heat One - 1. Matt Brown, 2. Steven Ellement, 3. Adrian Haywood, 4. Tom Hooper, 5. Brock Nanovich, 6. Jeremy Saffin, 7. David Sinagra, 8. ChanelleCondren, 9. Luke Nardini, 10. Adrian Fogliani, 11. Gavin Connelly, 12. Jamie Nardini, 13. Chris Dymock, 14. Brent Lockwood, 15. Cameron McKenzie, 16. Brendon Marshman, 17. Graham Mitchell. DNF: Thomas Davies, Troy Johnson, Brett Janssen, Jai Dillon, Glenn Carstairs.

Heat Two - 1. Steven Ellement, 2. Troy Johnson, 3. Luke Nardini, 4. ChanelleCondren, 5. Jai Dillon, 6. Brent Lockwood, 7. David Sinagra, 8. Tom Hooper, 9. Adrian Haywood, 10. Matt Brown, 11. Jeremy Saffin, 12. Chris Dymock, 13. Gavin Connelly, 14. Brock Nanovich, 15. Adrian Fogliani, 16. Jamie Nardini, 17. Cameron McKenzie, 18. Graham Mitchell. DNF: Brendon Marshman. DNS: Thomas Davies, Glenn Carstairs, Brett Janssen.

Final - 1. Steven Ellement, 2. Matt Brown, 3. Tom Hooper, 4. Luke Nardini, 5. ChanelleCondren, 6. Adrian Haywood, 7. Troy Johnson, 8. Jeremy Saffin, 9. David Sinagra, 10. Jamie Nardini, 11. Brock Nanovich, 12. Chris Dymock, 13. Gavin Connelly, 14. Adrian Fogliani, 15. Brent Lockwood, 16. Brendon Marshman, 17. Cameron McKenzie. DNF: Jai Dillon, Graham MItchell. DNS: Thomas Davies, Glenn Carstairs, Brett Janssen.


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:: Formula 500's SA 2014 King of the Bridge

Friday, November 21, 2014
Formula 500's SA

The 7th Annual - 2014 King of the Bridge will be the biggest event in the race's history on Saturday night when 32 flying formula 500's take to Murray Bridge Speedway to see who will be crowned King.

Weekend festivities kick off Friday night as many teams head to Tolmer Speedway, Bordertown for the 2014 Battle of the Border and a state verses state match up between South Australia and Victoria to see who will claim the border with sixteen cars on hand.

Then the action heads to the track the Formula 500's call "Little Eldora" at Murray Machining and Sheds, Murray Bridge Speedway for the 7th annual King of the Bridge.

The day kicks off just before 3:30 when the gates open for the annual pit party where public are invited to come along and meet the drivers and pick up the official event poster thanks to KJR Designs and individual driver posters, while obtaining their favourite drivers autographs.

Also joining in the nights activities, is the race's 2007 inaugural winner, "The Hurricane" Gavin Hutton, who will also be joining in on the pit party as well as special functions through the night as the events first official Grand Marshall.

Heats are sure to be hotly contested as drivers try to obtain a spot in the Scotcher Race Fuels and Oils top 6 dash to see who will be the Scotcher Pole award winner and the winner of the first silverware of the night for their efforts.

The top sixteen drivers will transfer into the A main directly, ensuring the B main will be a star studded line up also, with only four drivers transferring into the 25 lap A main.

Western Australian native, Andrew Priolo will be having his first look at "the Bridge" and has been in stunning form taking out the feature last week on home soil, while 2012 King, Dylan Willsher will be looking to take back the crown he lost last year in dramatic fashion and is fresh from a feature win last weekend at Warrnambool.

Lisa Walker hopes to keep the crown on home soil while becoming the first "Female King" or Queen of the Bridge and has two feature wins already this season, While defending King of the Bridge Champion Scott Dungey will hope to be the events first multiple champion. Whyalla speedster, Angelo Karoussis come into the event with less attention but is in red hot form after claiming a new track record at Speedway City recently and should have claimed the feature that night before running machanical issues forced him infield while leading the feature.

A host of drivers from South Australia and Victoria are also in with a real chance but will have to be on their game to be crowned King! One thing is for sure, the 2014 King of the Bridge, will be a cracker!

- Thanks to KJR Design for again creating the logo for this years event
- Thanks to pickos Photos for the pics
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:: Formula 500's WA -And the King is…..

Thursday, November 20, 2014
Formula 500's WA

It is time once again for the King of Kwinana to be crowned and it will happen this Saturday night at the Perth Motorplex. The question is who will be King?
Headlining the nomination list for this weekend is long time competitor and sentimental favourite to win: Matt Brown. This is Brown’s first appearance competing in a race meeting since a horrendous crash left him severely injured last season. He has recovered, rebuilt and is now ready to go once more and wouldn’t the crowd go wild if he could be crowned King.
Steven Ellement is the defending King after last year claiming the feature race from Jason Priolo and Brown. He too will this weekend make his first appearance for the season as he debuts a brand new car and should be right on the pace as soon as that first green flag drops.
Brock Nanovich is yet another driver having his first hit out for the season this weekend and what better way is there to start the season than being crowned as King? He will be pulling out all the stops to make this happen on Saturday night, that’s for sure.
‘Showtime’ Troy Johnson is also in the field and will be looking for a strong finish after an up and down season so far, while ‘Hammer Time’ Tom Hooper, and Thomas Davies will also be looking to turn their car speed into results.
We may even throw a cat amongst the pigeons and have a Queen crowned this weekend as ChanelleCondren makes her first appearance for the season at the Motorplex. After an extensive east coast campaign she is back and ready to show the boys who is boss!
Add in brothers Luke and Jamie Nardini, Adrian ‘Hollywood’ Heywood and the young gun Chris Dymock, plus a whole host of others and we have a stellar field.
Racing starts from 5.30pm this Saturday night so be there!

Release by DTN Media

Officia Nominations
AJ Cochrane & Sons Formula 500’s (23)
2 Steven Ellement
3 Chris Dymock
4 Matt Brown
23 Gavin Connelly
28 David Sinagra
29 Thomas Davies
30 Jai Dillon
36 Brendon Marshman
41 Cameron McKenzie
45 Adrian Fogliani
49 Glenn Carstairs
51 ChanelleCondren
55 Adrian Haywood
64 Graham Mitchell
72 Brett Janssen
73 Jeff Ross
77 Brock Nanovich
78 Brent Lockwood
79 Tom Hooper
83 Jeremy Saffin
87 Luke Nardini
88 Jamie Nardini
95 Troy Johnson
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:: Formula 500's WA -Manjimup Roundup

Monday, November 17, 2014
Formula 500's WA

Priolo Again!
As has so often been the case in recent years, Andrew Priolo has once again taken out the win, this time at Manjimup Speedway in the third round of the West Coast Series.
Priolo was all class all night as he claimed a heat win, then the Top 8 Dash before going on to score the win in the twenty lap feature event.
He crossed the line ahead of Mark House in second and Matt Higgs in third. Tom Hooper had been up there with the leaders until he tangled with a lapped car and his race came to an end early. Veteran Bill Richards was another of the six cars who were unable to finish the race after he cannoned into the fence, causing significant damage to his machine.
Earlier in the night, the opening heat went to Trystan Caley in a huge victory, defeating second placed David Sinagra by over five seconds.Priolo, Saffin and Hooper were the other heat victors.
Mark House now has a seventy five point buffer in the West coast Series pointscore, with Andrew Priolo in second. Jeremy Saffin is just one point behind Priolo in third, while Trystan Caley and Matt Higgs round out the top five.
The West Coast Series now has a break before their next round at Pithara Speedway on the 17th of January. Meanwhile the Formula 500’s will be back in action this weekend at the Perth Motorplex, which will include the very exciting return of Matt Brown. Stay tuned for more details later in the week.

Release by DTN Media
Official Results
Formula 500 Heat One: 11 laps: 1. W32 Trystan Caley, 2. W28 David Sinagra, 3. W24 Mark House, 4. W83 Jeremy Saffin, 5. W95 Troy Johnson, 6. W23 Gavin Connelly, 7. W34 Kieran Chapman, 8. W44 Bill Richards. DNF: W78 Brent Lockwood (4).

Formula 500 Heat Two: 7 laps: 1. W10 Andrew Priolo, 2. W7 Matt Higgs, 3. W79 Tom Hooper, 4. W41 Cameron McKenzie, 5. W17 Tegan Broadwood, 6. W64 Graham Mitchell, 7. W55 Adrian Haywood. DNF: W92 Aaron Fullgrabe (2).

Formula 500 Heat Three: 8 laps: 1. W83 Jeremy Saffin, 2. W55 Adrian Haywood, 3. W7 Matt Higgs, 4. W17 Tegan Broadwood, 5. W23 Gavin Connelly, 6. W34 Kieran Chapman, 7. W41 Cameron McKenzie, 8. W44 Bill Richards. DNF: W78 Brent Lockwood (4 Laps).

Formula 500 Heat Four: 8 laps: 1. W79 Tom Hooper, 2. W95 Troy Johnson, 3. W28 David Sinagra, 4. W10 Andrew Priolo, 5. W24 Mark House, 6. W64 Graham Mitchell, 7. W92 Aaron Fullgrabe, 8. W32 Trystan Caley (7).

Formula 500 Top 8 Shuffle: 8 laps: 1. W10 Andrew Priolo, 2. W79 Tom Hooper, 3. W95 Troy Johnson, 4. W7 Matt Higgs, 5. W83 Jeremy Saffin, 6. W24 Mark House, 7. W28 David Sinagra, 8. W17 Tegan Broadwood.

Formula 500 Mid Pack Scramble: 6 laps: 1. W55 Adrian Haywood, 2. W23 Gavin Connelly, 3. W41 Cameron McKenzie, 4. W34 Kieran Chapman, 5. W92 Aaron Fullgrabe, 6. W32 Trystan Caley, 7. W64 Graham Mitchell, 8. W44 Bill Richards. DNF: W78 Brent Lockwood.

Formula 500 Feature: 20 laps: 1. W10 Andrew Priolo, 2. W24 Mark House, 3. W7 Matt Higgs, 4. W83 Jeremy Saffin, 5. W28 David Sinagra, 6. W34 Kieran Chapman, 7. W41 Cameron McKenzie, 8. W64 Graham Mitchell, 9. W17 Tegan Broadwood. DNF:W55 Adrian Haywood, W79 Tom Hooper, W23 Gavin Connelly, W44 Bill Richards, W92 AaronFullgrabe, W78 Brent Lockwood. DNS: W32 Trystan Caley, W95 Troy Johnson.

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:: Victorian Formula 500 Avalon 15 Nov 2014

Sunday, November 16, 2014
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

The second race meet on the Victorian Formula 500 calendar was rained out last night.
Thank you to all drivers, crews, families, cheer squads and fans who braved the elements and made it to Avalon last night. Great effort by you all. Unfortunately the weather was against us.
Avalon Raceway will honour free entry to any of their race meetings this season if you can produce the green arm band from last night.
Our next race meeting is on 29 November at Swan Hill (They promise it will not rain!) for round 2 of the Maxam Printing Stampede Series. Online Nominations are open on https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=14652
See you all there.
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:: Formula 500's WA -Manjimup

Friday, November 14, 2014
Formula 500's WA

Magnificent Manjimup here we come!

Manjimup Speedway will this weekend play host to the third round of the Formula 500 West Coast Series and with nineteen nominations, it is sure to be a big one!
The top six finishers from the last round at Geraldton are all in the field, headed by winner Andrew Priolo. After hurting an engine in the opening round at Margaret River, Priolo bounced back with a vengeance and will look to reassert his dominance once again tomorrow night.
Mark House, who finished second in the last round and currently leads the West Coast Series points is also in the field and will be hoping to repeat his round one win. They were followed across the line by Aaron Fullgrabe, Trystan Caley, Cameron McKenzie and Jeremy Saffin, all of whom will be hoping to improve on their results this weekend.
Troy Johnson returns to the fold after a meeting off and should be right on the pace, while Matt Higgs, Bill Richards and Tegan Broadwood are all contracted drivers who will be looking to make their mark.
Add into the field the fast Gavin Connelly, Perth Motorplex winner Adrian Haywood, former state champion David Sinagra and the impressive Thomas Davies and it is sure to be a hotly contested feature event.
Manjimup Speedway is sure to be action packed so make sure you get your backside trackside!

Release by DTN Media

Official Nominations – 19
7 Matt Higgs
10 Andrew Priolo
17 Tegan Broadwood
23 Gavin Connelly
24 Mark House
28 David Sinagra
29 Thomas Davies
32 Trystan Caley
34 Kieran Chapman
40 Ash Kent
41 Cameron McKenzie
44 Bill Richards
55 Adrian Haywood
64 Graham Mitchell
79 Tom Hooper
78 Brent Lockwood
83 Jeremy Saffin
92 Aaron Fullgrabe
95 Troy Johnson

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:: Victorian Formula 500 Avalon 15 Nov 2014

Thursday, November 13, 2014
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

The Victorian Formula 500's have their second race meet of the season at Avalon Raceway this Saturday 15 November 2014.

24 drivers have nominated and late entry is still open on https://www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=14651

V96 Andrew Rae
V51 Ash Sinclair
V89 Ben Telindert
V18 Brooke Buckingham
V33 Chris Bellman
V95 Dale Sinclair
V36 Daniel Burleigh
V81 Jack Bell
V50 James Aranyosi
V14 Jett Speed
V49 Josh Buckingham
V33 Justin Bowen
V71 Kurt Dunham
V21 Lee Hardess
V32 Mathew Turner
V23 Michael McDonald
V92 Rob Trewartha
V48 Ryan Okeefe
V52 Shane Van Duynhoven
SA44 Steph Munn
V78 Steve Jabke
V79 Terry Rankin
V10 Tyler Beasy
V55 Tyler Owen

SignIn closes 4.30pm - Racing from 5.30pm.
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:: Victorian Formula 500 next General Meeting 19/11/14

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

The next Victorian Formula 500 General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 19 November 2014 at the Mount Moriac Hotel, 1115 Princes Highway, Moriac commencing at 7.45 pm.

Members and visitors welcome.

Chris Olsson
President
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:: Victorian Formula 500 Speedweek Series..

Saturday, November 08, 2014
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

It's that time again. The Victorian Formula 500 Association would like to invite all formula 500 drivers, crews, family, friends and fans to get onboard and participate in the clubs stellar series.

Nominations are now open for the Speedweek Series which commences on 27 December 2014 ending on 4 January 2015.
6 rounds over nine days which is an exciting marathon for all.
With an expected prize pool of over $45,000 it's not to be missed.
Finals are paying $1000 to win and $5000 to win Round 2 courtesy of Mid Western Speedway, Darlington sponsoring the Stonypoint 5000

We would like to thanks our sponsors - RnR Contracting, Jettco Developments, South West Conveyancing, Maxam Printing and North Geelong Auto Electrics for their continued support.

Full information / Supplementary Regulations can be found under Forms on the www.formula500.com.au website with all nominations online at www.registernow.com.au/secure/Register.aspx?E=14678

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:: Formula 500's -Priolo back in form!

:: Victorian Formula 500 Stampede Rd 1 Results

:: Victorian Formula 500 Nominating.

:: Victorian Formula 500 Season Opener

:: Shilleto Too Good Again in Tyrepower Series

:: House claims F500 West Coast Series Opener!

:: A.C.T Formula 500 State Title Results

:: Solid Field for West Coast Series Opener!

:: Priolo Claims Plex Opener

:: Townsville Formula 500 Club

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