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Queen of the Outback Cup
Monday, 20th March, 2017
Murray Bridge trainer Paula Trenwith claimed her fourth Outback Cup on Saturday and she is now just one away from the record.
Trenwith’s It’s Fred held off last year’s Cup winner Alpha Auriga and former Silver City Cup winner Honor The Moment who finished in a dead heat for second place.
Trenwith also led Nozi to a record three Outback Cup wins in 2007, ‘08 and ‘09.
Rally set to go
Saturday, 21st July, 2012
Organisers of an historic car rally were back in the city tying up loose ends before the 33 competitors roar into the city next month.
Exclusively for cars built before 1996, the Classic Outback Trial has been running since 2008, but this will be the first year it passes through the area.
“People wanted to see Outback NSW,” event director Philip Bernadou said yesterday.
Tuesday, 17th April, 2012
Motocross legend Danny Chandler once said “If you don’t crash once in a while, you’re not going fast enough.”
It’s fair to say Chandler would have been a big fan of junior racer Callum Dodimead.
Callum has bounced back from a horrific injury sustained after blitzing the competition at last year’s Easter Arenacross event in Mildura.
SA title up for grabs
Friday, 13th April, 2012
By Kurtis Eichler
Some of the best racers in the country will converge on the city this weekend for the 2012 South Australian Production Sedan Titles.
Drivers from SA, NSW and Victoria will be at the speedway tomorrow night for what promises to be a display of high quality racing.
McClure makes it a double
Tuesday, 20th March, 2012
Veteran speedway racer Jeremy McClure recently won his fifth South Australian Modified Sedan Title after dominating at the Riverland Raceway in Renmark.
The win marks back-to-back victories for McClure, who was the defending champion going into the event.
The SA Title has a 34-year history dating back to 1978, with Jeremy winning his first title in 1985 before following it up with titles in 1996, 2002, and 2011.