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Super Sprints action returns to Morgan Park Raceway

SPEED: Warwick driver Yve Stocks in action in round 3A in the Queensland Super Sprints.
SPEED: Warwick driver Yve Stocks in action in round 3A in the Queensland Super Sprints. Trapnell Creations

MOTORSPORT: Eight runs for each driver at each meeting is the aim at the Queensland Super Sprints meetings at Morgan Park Raceway.

This weekend, the Warwick District Sporting Car Club is set to host round 4A and has attracted 110 drivers.

There are four rounds for A series drivers and four for B series drivers this year.

Two rounds are left for the rest of the year for B series drivers.

Club official Wayne Pfingst said the aim was to give each driver eight runs at each Super Sprints weekend.

"The numbers depends on the weather and any car problems,” he said.

This weekend's round will be the first weekend racing at the track since a two-week break for maintenance.

There is no motorsport at the raceway on August 19-20 due to polocrosse, but the action returns on August 25-27 with the Australian Superbike Championships.

Admission to the Super Sprints at Morgan Park Raceway is free.

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