News Release

Oval Express #161 - April 2014

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FEATURED IN THIS ISSUE:

* PERSEVERANCE PAYS DIVIDENDS
Third, second and finally FIRST! Thats the brief summation of Dave Murcotts past three Australian Sprintcar Championship campaigns. We chat with the unassuming new Australia #1 who romped to victory at his former home track. Our reporter in Tassie also appraises the A-Main protagonists.

* CONQUERORS CHARITABLE CHARM
Kerry Madsen, Australias celebrated World of Outlaws star, jetted in to Western Australia and promptly absconded with the 17th annual Quit Krikke Boys Shootout. Before he left however, his Keneric Racing team left a substantial parting donation.

* FAUX-TROT
A mid-pack start wasnt enough to deny Robbie Faux his second Australian Street Stock Title on the trot. Our unique lap-by-lap graph also portrays the glut of positional switches throughout a hectic A-Main.

* SEEN AND HEARD AT THE CLASSIC
Given the enormity of the 2014 Lucas Oil Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic, we simply couldnt squeeze all that transpired in to just one issue. Aside from all the happenings, find out what was thought of the time-honoured events first three-night format.

* WOW, TAKE A BOW!
We illustrate some of the playfulness from Kick Down Under II. More importantly though, is the staggering amount of money that has been raised in just two years which goes directly to aid in finding a cure for paediatric cancer. For that, Australian speedway should take collective a bow!

* CHAMPIONS COMEBACK
Brad Blakes comeback from injury to win the Australian Late Model Championship was one for the ages, proving that last years decision to retire surely will be re-assessed.

* CHILI SUMMER ESCAPADE
Domain Ramsay joined fellow Aussies Matt Smith and Matt Hunter as part of the 281 entrants at the 28th Chili Bowl Midget Nationals in Oklahoma. Evidently, the Geelong (Vic) racer was suitably blown away by the whole experience.

REGULAR COLUMNISTS:
- Seven-time Knoxville Nationals, five-time World of Outlaws Champion DONNY SCHATZ
- World Series Sprintcars' Television Presenter CHAD NEYLON

PLUS:
Speedway Australia's Rising Star Program and all the latest news.

* Gambier Earth Movers/Glen Sutherland Poster inside

MAY ISSUE ON SALE MAY 8, 2014.