Throughout the Australian speedway scene there are numerous female competitors, and the Lightning Sprints in Queensland are no different and they currently have two female racers keeping their male rivals honest.
It certainly wasn’t easily achieved, but last Saturday night at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway, Scott Genrich returned from a crash at the previous race meeting to clinch his maiden Lightning Sprint feature-race win of the season.
After riding out a car-destroying crash over the Christmas-New Year period, Toowoomba’s Scott Genrich is armed with a new car for this Saturday night’s race meeting at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway that is going to be supporting the latest World Series Sprintcars Championship round.
Scott Genrich had one hand on the feature-race winning trophy in the Lightning Sprints last Monday night at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway; however, a crash denied him of the win and handed it to Northern NSW-based visitor Kurt Wilson.
The Queensland Lightning Sprints Racing Association is proud to announce that Everyday Finance Solutions as their major sponsor for the remainder of the 2015-16 season.
Despite being in different states, the Queensland and Northern NSW-based Lightning Sprint racers have made a commitment to work with one another when it comes to supporting one another’s race meetings, wherever possible.
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