The countdown has now seriously started for the prestigious All Star Challenge this coming Saturday night at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway and with the extra money on the line for the winner all the 360 hard hitters have already put their hands up to compete. V40 Rusty Hickman comes into the show with confidence after winning the Col Beasley Classic and RD 1 of the Series at Horsham. Hickman was next level at Mildura and will be a tough competitor. V73 Charles Hunter currently sits at the top of the series points and always has strong results at Simpson. V60 Young gun Jordyn Charge has been another hard hitter with the All Stars recently. The McClure Racing VA9 Brad Warren looks stronger every time he sits in the Maxim seat and loves the Bungador Bullring. 2nd generation All Star racer D26 Todd Moule has been clocking up the laps over the past few months after completing a full season in the NT, slotting in their 410 over the Christmas period, even thou this kid is young he shows huge talent. ‘Smooch’ is back in the V34 Frijtek Maxim. Chief Racing V6 Cam Waters has stepped up another level this season. V7 Paul Solomon, VA91 Dan Scott, V43 Corey Sandow, V39 Brett Smith, V4 Phil Lock and all the 360 stars will be lining up for the show.
A stout field of 38 cars have nominated for the show with current 360 Australian Champion putting his name in the hat early. Brett Milburn took out the title driving the A1 PJS Motorsport owned A+ Powder Coating Abron Equipment machine. Caruso Motorsport SA33 Mark and Brother Steven’s SA10 were both on the podium last weekend are keen for more strong results. V83 Chris Solomon is locked in. 2016 All Star Challenge winner and local favourite John Vogels is another to slot his 360 in for the weekend in the V70. Vogels took out the honours when it was $5K to win and would love to do it again now its $15K and possibly be the first two time winner.
“With the injection of additional prize money we just hope we have attracted everyone’s attention. $15000 for 1st, $3,000 -2nd, $1800-3rd, $1500-4th, $1200-5th, $1000-6th back to 20th a total of $37,500” Searle says.
It kicks off a week of major race meetings in the state with hopefully the Presidents Cup being held at Avalon, the Kings Challenge at Mt Gambier then finishing at Warrnambool for the Classic.
Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers Annual All Star Challenge is held at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway January 15 2022.
Nomination Forms are available from www.sprintcarallstars.com.au and can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to 03 93387476.
Written by Allstar Sprintcars