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Nagambie 99 provides speedway thrills

Inaugural running of Nagambie Speedway Club event sees a familar face as winner.

CHALPAT SONTI March 13, 2014 4:35am

Glen Barnett and Paul Woodgate send their vintage super modifieds into the top turn, in the first appearance for the category (and go-karts) on the circuit.


Nagambie Speedway held the inaugural Nagambie 99 at the weekend. The 99-lap feature event on Sunday saw just five of the 12 starters finish, with Lenny Bates taking another feature win on the course from Gary Stanley and Daniel Kettels. The hard-luck story was Karl Haisma who literally made it to within 5m of the finish line before conking out when in second place.

Earlier the go-karts and vintage modifieds made their first appearance on the circuit. The club’s next event is one of the big ones for the year, the Steve Wales Memorial crash ’n’ bash on March 22 and 23.

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