Trophy winners (front, from left) Billy O'Neill, Peter Richards, Ken Norton, Michael Collins, Madison Crowe, Vikki Paxton, Scott Dean, (back) Trevor Tilling, Bill Norton, Scott Doyle, Gary Pitt, Gregg Chesterfield and, Alastair Sutton-Davies with their medals after round 1 of A sprints.
Trophy winners (front, from left) Billy O'Neill, Peter Richards, Ken Norton, Michael Collins, Madison Crowe, Vikki Paxton, Scott Dean, (back) Trevor Tilling, Bill Norton, Scott Doyle, Gary Pitt, Gregg Chesterfield and, Alastair Sutton-Davies with their medals after round 1 of A sprints. Gerard Walsh

Record numbers attracted to Morgan Park for sprints

MOTORSPORT: The Warwick District Sporting Car Club has attracted a record 403 nominations for its super sprints series this year.

There will be four rounds for A, B and C series vehicles.

Junior winner Billy O'Neill with Warwck District Sporting Car Club event co-ordinator Johanne Forbes after round 1 of A sprints at Morgan Park Raceway.
Junior winner Billy O'Neill with Warwck District Sporting Car Club event co-ordinator Johanne Forbes after round 1 of A sprints at Morgan Park Raceway. Gerard Walsh

Club treasurer Michael Reynolds said there was 107 nominations for round 1 for A drivers at the weekend.

"We had a few drivers who didn't come to Warwick after going to the Bathurst 12 Hour the previous weekend,” he said.

"There are also a few drivers who didn't have their cars ready for round 1.”

There are 133 in series A, 134 in series B and 136 in series C although not every driver will be at each round.

The Motorcycle Sportsmen of Queensland will race at Morgan Park Raceway this Sunday and then the Historic Racing Car Club of Queensland will be at the raceway on February 23-24 for a TTT (Test, Tune, Trial) Sprints meeting.



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