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The Palmyra Drag Racing Club played host to a successful running of round two of the 2018 Summit Racing Queensland Championships on the weekend.
Claiming the event honours after two great days of on-track action at the Mackay race track were Anthony Walker (Super Street), Matt Halpin (Street Bike), Earl McCallum (Super Sedan), Rodney Hansen (Supercharged Outlaws), Dale Sonogan (Modified/Top Sportsman, Tayla Kelly (Junior Dragster), Sonja Wagensveld (Street) and Laeith Skinner (Modified Bike).
After taking out the Super Street Summit Racing Queensland Championship in 2017, Richard Dawe is hoping to continue what has so far been a strong title defence this weekend at Palmyra Dragway.
Round two of the 2018 instalment of the three-round series will be held across Friday 29 June and Saturday 30 June before it heads to Benaraby Raceway for the final round in September.
More than 100 racers headed to Roma’s Ironbark Raceway at the weekend for round one of the 2018 Summit Racing Queensland Championships.
Taking out victories were Warren Dun (Street Bike), Liam Holt (Junior Dragster), Michelle Roydhouse (Street), Craig Shelswell (Super Street), Dallas Everett (Modified Bike), Dan Morton (Super Sedan), Katie Cunningham (Modified) and Russell Grulke (Outlaws).
Round one of the 2018 Summit Racing Queensland Championships will hit Ironbark Raceway this weekend across March 31 to April 1.
This weekend’s event is the first of three rounds scheduled for the second-running of the championship and the chase for the copper ANDRA Xmas Trees.
The Queensland Championships will once again be supported by Summit Racing Equipment in 2018, with the leading performance powerhouse announcing it will continue on as the naming rights sponsor of the championship.
The announcement follows the successful conclusion of the inaugural 2017 Summit Racing Queensland Championship series and the announcement of dates for the 2018 season.
After three rounds of racing, the 2017 Summit Racing Queensland Championship winners have been awarded following the final round of competition at Ironbark Raceway (Roma) over the weekend.
Previously, the series had visited Palmyra Dragway (July 1 and 2) and Benaraby Raceway (September 3), employing a Chicago Shootout style of racing to the delight of racers and spectators.
Roma racer Rita Carney will be racing against time to be on-track this weekend for the Summit Racing Queensland Championship at her home track, Ironbark Raceway.
Carney competed in her Gemini at the track’s home championship event last weekend, breaking a tail shaft in the process. Now, she waits to see if she can get a replacement in time to compete in this weekend’s finale event on Saturday, November 4.