Category: Indyrace

Categories: Indyrace

‪@GioScelzi & Bernie Stuebgen landed in Geelong yesterday Wednesday and said  ” we’re already getting after it!”
 Of course he was referring to the 360 Sprintcar Race at Simpson Speedway, Jan 12th.  Rumoured to be the richest 360 race in Australia.
Bernie, did not take long to take to FB  to thank  David Dickson, Domain Ramsay, Tim Fisher & Indy Race Parts Australia, for their help here in Australia.

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Sixteen year old Fresno California rookie Gio Scelzi is set to join a host of local stars to contest the richest 360 Sprintcar race in Australia when he competes in the Australian Sprintcar All Stars “10 k to win” All star challenge this Saturday night at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway.

 Gio Scelzi whilst young in age has been huge in stature in recent times becoming the youngest ever driver to win a World Of Outlaws round when he clinched victory at Williams Grove Speedway in Pennsylvania, becoming the youngest feature winner in the 40-year history of the World of Outlaws on his way to becoming the Nationals open rookie of the year.

He will take on a who’s who of Australian Sprintcar Racing with 32 nominations and counting with nominations not closing until race day. With still no multiple time winner of the event it looks wide open as Scelzi will attempt to etch his name alongside fellow Americans Kyle Hirst the 2014 winner and who can forget Corey Eliason’s barn burning run to take out the 2017 event.

Scelzi is set to pilot the USA 71  Indy Race Parts Australia entry alongside team owner Domain Ramsay who will pilot the V 2 Indy Race Parts Australia

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Last night was the South Australian SpeedCar 2019 State Championship held at Borderline Speedway Mount Gambier. While the Indy Raceparts car V23 had trouble with the brakes during the heats, no such problem come the final. After starting out of 9th Matt Jackson drove into a podium win 5 laps from home, not only leading the field by a second, but breaking a track record set back in 1998.

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