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C&A Mobile back the rookies again for 2017/18


We are pleased to announce that Craig & Anna Geering at C & A Mobile Sound and Communications have signed on again to support the Lightning & Litre Sprintcars as naming rights sponsors of the rookie series in 2017/18. 


With 8 new rookies signing on this season and at least 5 ready hitting the track last weekend, it's more great news in advance of our Valvoline Raceway season opener.


Craig Geering's ongoing support for the division spans back decades, firstly as a competitor and then recently bringing his son Matt Geering through, on his way to joining the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship.


C & A Mobile Sound and Communications have been fitting vehicle accessories and providing great service to western Sydney and beyond since 1994. With an ever growing range of products and highly experienced staff, they provide great service and products. The full mobile fitting service and a workshop fitting service also enables them to book you in at a convenient time, place and date that suits you.


Club President,
Brett Davies said, “The legacy of Craig's support for grass roots divisions like ours speaks for itself. He was racing when I joined the division. To see this kind of ongoing support for our division is a big deal. Not just for our division, but for Speedway as a whole. This is a great opportunity for the rookies, and I would like to personally thank Craig & Anna for their ongoing support.”



Practice Night - Strong numbers among bumper fields

Ben Poodle Morgan at flight in the #66 machine - Jigsaw Photography

About 9 cars joined the bumper numbers dialing in at last Saturday night's Valvoline Raceway practice session. A few veterans took some test and tune time with 5 new rookies on hand to cut their teeth. All drivers came back smiling as the night went on.

Scott Moir returned to iron out his engine issues, joining Ben Morgan and team McTaggart also keen to get early testing done in time to set up their season ahead. Brett Davies fired up the new #9 car now trialling EFI on the Honda K20.

Learning curves were again steeper for some rookies over others, with a couple experiencing engine woes on the night. It was hard luck for Monique Davis with a blown engine to finish her night, while John Ferguson, Dan Morris, Mel Priestley and Kyle Thomas all managed to complete a solid night building pace each run out.

2017/18 looks even more promising building on last years success with car count set to increase as the season progresses. Make sure to be trackside on the 14th October when round 1 of our championship kicks off at Valvoline Raceway

Practice Kicks off this Weekend!
 
The first practice night of the season kicks off this Saturday Night September 23 at Valvoline Raceway. Great chance for everyone to dust off the cobwebs from the off-season, and get themselves ready for Round 1 in a few weeks time. A few things to consider ahead of this weekend's practice:
- Club membership and Speedway Australia License need to be current in order to participate
- All cars will need to have been green sheeted either beforehand or on the night prior to being permitted on the track
- If green sheeting on the night, please be in the pits ready to go by 3pm. Late arrivals will not be done on the night
- Ensure safety gear is up to date (Snell 2010 or later required for all helmets, Seat Belts must be tagged and dated no older than 2 years, Rock Screens fitted, All gear appropriately SFI tagged) 
- Please note VR charge an admission fee as well as an additional practice fee of $50 which must be paid at the Sprintcar Office prior to participating