OVER 70 IS MORE THAN PLENTY FOR WINGLESS SPRINT SUPER SERIES
The field is colossal.
Over 70 of the fastest Wingless Sprint pilots outside of an Australian Championship are set to sizzle this Saturday night at Valvoline Raceway Parramatta for the second round of the Australian Wingless Sprint Super Series.
With stars from Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales this really will be a mammoth affair.
The final round of the AWSS will be held over the March long weekend in South Australia at Murray Machining & Sheds Speedway Murray Bridge with a massive $10,000 to win prize.
Before all that though someone is going to be one very happy camper to get the "W" in Sydney ahead of the March extravaganza.
After the first round was won by Victorian Luke Weel at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway the hard charger now faces the arduous task of backing it up outside his home state.
His best result was a podium in 2016 but Weel openly admits "we haven't been very good there since."
He naturally wants to turn all that around on Saturday!
NSW hard charger Troy Carey got off to a flying start in Round One finishing second and now that he's back on 'home clay' this Saturday night he's expected to give the points another shake.
NSW champions Jason Bates and Dean Thomas return from their crew duties at The Warrnambool Classic last weekend all fired up with determination to score victory against this enormous line-up.
If not for the Victorian Weel the top twenty in points is a real "State of Origin" affair between NSW and QLD - a situation that is unlikely to change this coming weekend.
The field is littered with former State and 50-lapper champions plus a wild card list that will undoubtedly keep any 'pre-race favourites' well and truly on their toes!
ROUND ONE RESULTS TOOWOOMBA:
VX50 Luke Weel 150 N45 Troy Carey 148 V32 Dayn Bentvelzen 146 N41 Jason Bates 142 V2 Travis Millar 140 N97 Kyle Mock 138 NX71 David Eggins 136 Q49 Cody O'Connell 134 NX31 Joel Rhind 130 Q48 Casey O'Connell 128 N19 Cody Boulding 126 Q18 Brody Thomsen 124 NX82 Nathan Dicker 116 N2 Robert Mazzer 114 N5 Mark Blyton 110 Q8 Scott Thomsen 106 NX37 Jaidyn Boulding 106 NX36 Michael Butcher 104 NX60 Graham Flood 104 NX39 Matthew Nikiforoff 100
THIS SATURDAY NIGHT'S ENTRIES:
N2 Robert MAZZER NX2 Todd HOBSON V2 Travis MILLAR V3 John ROTHERAM N4 Jason DAVIS N5 Mark BLYTON NX5 Max RISBRIDGER NX7 Mitchell BOOTLAND N8 Jack HOTCHKIS 8Q Scott THOMSEN NX8 Troy FLOOD N9 Dalton ROWELL NX9 Andrew SEERY NX11 John NEWMAN N12 Brock GARDINER NX13 Ben HULL NX15 Amy SHUTE N16 Ashleigh JACK NX16 Andrew SAYRE N18 Guy STANSHALL Q18 Brody THOMSEN N19 Cody BOULDING N20 Troy LITTLE NX21 Kyle IONN N23 Jamie DICKER NX23 Matthew PESCOD NX24 Corey ROBERTS N25 Marshall BLYTON NX25 Kaila BLAYNEY N27 Parker EVELEIGH N28 Matthew MUNN NX31 Joel RHIND V32 Dayn BENTVELZEN N34 Adam HOTCHKIS N35 Sean MAYO NX35 Michael BRAGGS NX36 Michael BUTCHER NX37 Jaidyn BOULDING NX39 Matthew NIKIFOROFF N41 Jason BATES VX41 Aaron KENNETT NX41 Daniel NIKIFOROFF N42 Zac PACCHIAROTTA N45 Troy CAREY Q48 Casey O'CONNELL NX48 Tyson WILLIAMS Q49 Cody O'CONNELL VX50 Luke WEEL N51 Dean THOMAS N52 Steve THOMAS NX52 William LUCAS N53 Jeffrey THOMAS Q60 Michael LAMPARD NX60 Graham FLOOD N61 Peter GRANGER V67 Christopher HALESWORTH N71 Marcus RUMSEY NX71 David EGGINS N74 Mitch MANNING N75 Bailey GOODWIN NX78 Kyle HAZELL V79 Clint MCLAREN N81 Andrew SMITH NX82 Nathan DICKER N84 Jarrad RUST N86 Nicholas TATNELL N89 Jacqui SALMON NX91 Shane SHEEDY N97 Kyle MOCK N98 Leighton O'BRIEN V99 Jason DONNELLY N99 Mitchell O'BRIEN