Nominations for the Speedway Sedans Australia, National Super Sedan Title have now closed, with the event attracting an excellent field, to be held at the Heartland Raceway, Moama, on Friday, 19 April 2019 and Saturday, 20 April 2019.
The field of 44, is the largest field since the Murray Bridge title in 2014, which attracted 51 entries with 49 starting.
This years entry list has at least one driver from every State, headed by two times and defending Champion, Callum Harper from Tasmania.
Four National Champions will be in the field, with Darren Kane, Mick Nicola Snr and Matty Pascoe joining Harper in the incredibly strong line-up, with the quartet winning ten National Titles between them.
More than a quarter of the field have won a State Title, twelve of them in fact, winning a massive 58 titles.
As it stands every State Champion will also be in the field, taking into account there are two State Titles (South Australia and Tasmania) being held this weekend.
The Moama venue will be conducive to some great Super Sedan racing, with thirteen drivers from Victoria, eleven drivers from Queensland, nine drivers from New South Wales, five drivers from South Australia, three drivers from Tasmania and two West Australians making up the field.
Only four drivers have been on the podium in the last three seasons, with Callum Harper winning twice, with Darren Kane winning the other while finishing third in the other two. Matty Pascoe has finished second and third in the previous two titles, along with winning in 2015, while Dave Gartner was the runner-up in 2016 and 2017.
Darren Kane has podiumed in the last five titles finishing third in four of them, and a record five times in the last eight seasons.
Harper has won seven Feature races going into this weekend, more than any other Super Sedan driver, with West Australian Champion, Chris Pavlovich, amassing five along with Darren Kane.
Three times Champion Mick Nicola Snr and fellow veteran Wayne Randall have been racing as well as ever and will also figure prominently, with Ryan Alexander, Peter Nicola and Sean Black also part of the forty four strong field.
The event will be supported by Production Sedans, with further details to be revealed in coming days in the lead-up to the event.
OFFICIAL NOMINATIONS V0 Lucas Roberts A1 Callum Harper V2 Peter Nicola V3 Michael Nicola Q4 Leigh Williams Q6 Wayne Randall N7 Wayne Dick S8 Dave Gartner W8 Chris Pavlovich T8 Steve Latham V11 Anthony Nicola Q12 David Musch V14 Brent Coleman Q15 Gavin Northfield Q15 Matty Pascoe V16 Ash Bergmeier V19 Kenneth Pierce N21 Darren Anning S22 Paul Blenkiron Q22 Dale Christensen V22 Jason Picone V23 Mick Nicola Jnr N23 Andrew White V24 David Mackenzie V25 Adam Box Q26 Sean Black Q32 Kyall Fisher N33 Mark Towers V34 Jamie Collins Q36 Darren Kane Q44 Trent Wilson S47 Ryan Alexander N47 Daryl Moon N47 Tyson Moon T48 Wayne Dillon V56 Neil Witnish N56 Wayne Aylett N57 Paul Kranitis N75 Kurt Kranitis Q76 Ian Brims W82 Gary Higgs S93 Kym Jury S99 Steve Schwarz Q99 Mark O'Brien
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