With multiple blue-ribbon events and their Everyday Finance Solutions Club Championship in the history books, the 2018-19 season has now come to an end for the Queensland Lightning Sprints Racing Association.
Using local track knowledge to his advantage, veteran Lightning Sprint racer Keith Blatch proved to be the most consistent during the Silver Cup and it resulted in a successful defence of the annual Blatch’s Mechanical sponsored event.
There’s more than one reason for Lightning Sprint drivers to look forward to Easter Sunday, with Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway hosting their annual Silver Cup, presented by Blatch’s Mechanical Repairs, which boasts not one, but two feature races.
Heading into the recent running of the Queensland Lightning Sprint Title at Kingaroy Speedway, Jason Rae wasn’t considered one of the main favourites; however, that didn’t stop him from standing on top step of the podium at the night’s end.
When it comes to the winner of last Saturday night’s Stockmans Civil & Plant Queensland Lightning Sprint Title at Kingaroy Speedway, you wouldn’t have found anyone that was begrudging of eventual winner Jason Rae.
A solid field of drivers are gearing up to go into battle this Saturday night in an effort to clinch the Stockmans Civil & Plant Queensland Lightning Sprint Title spoils at Kingaroy Speedway, but it’s certainly going to be no easy feat.
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