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The Flocon river runs to Murray Bridge
All Stars Media posted Thursday November 28, 2019.
The Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series is at Murray Bridge Speedway this Saturday night for RD3 of the Flocon ‘King of the River’. “We have crossed the Murray River at Mildura, Moama and now at Murray Bridge. All 3 towns picturesque and we love visiting them, especially when we have the chance to throw in a race meeting” Searle tells us.
The River Run is over 4 shows which are all based along the Murray River and has $2000 to win purse.
Taking out the A Main last weekend Michael Tancredi’s V29 Cool is currently leading the Flocon ‘King of the River’ and will be keen for another podium. Tancredi won at the Bridge least season and enjoys running at the high banked venue. Defending Series Mark Caruso SA33 Cool will be looking for a better result at his home track after finishing the main on the infield at the last show.
Current SA 360 Champion Daniel Evans will again be piloting the VA8 Maxim for Shaun McClure. McClure and Evans have only just put this deal together and already showing speed and the team will no doubt get stronger each time they hit the track. After a strong run from the rear to 3rd at Moama NT26 MCF Trailers Maxim Tony Moule will be another charger to watch.
After sitting out for a few seasons the NT 7 ART of Colin Brooks looked fast each time he hit the track and will again be strong this weekend after already running at Murray Bridge this season. V7 Paul Solomon in the Melbourne Malibu Triple X, SA10 Steven Caruso, SA95 Jarman Dalitz, V16 James Wren, the young guns of V75 Mitch Smith and V71 Marcus Green will all be trying for strong results on the night.
Car owners of the V71 have had a busy week rebuilding the car after a huge crash at RD2 which ended Greens night prematurely. 410 hot shot Matt Egel is putting a 360 in for the night. Egel has run with the series many times before and always races to win. Rookie racers of Loader, Sandow & Fox are also hoping for some good laps.
After hurting an engine at Moama unfortunately Legend Farmer ‘Phil’ Lock will miss his 2nd show in the history of the series. “We rushed home to get it out and to the engine builders but unfortunately there was a fare bit of damage. We are sourcing parts now but couldn’t get them together in time. We are bitterly disappointed to miss the show.” Phil told us. “We had several teams offer us an engine to help us out but I just don’t feel comfortable doing this. Hopefully we are back for Horsham.” said Lock.
On track action starts from 5.00pm. November 30th Murray Bridge Speedway.
Last season’s RD2 winner at the Bridge - Michael Tancredi
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