by | Oct 24, 2021 | SSA Junior Sedans, SSA Production Sedans, SSA Street Stocks, WA

Press Release Courtesy of the South West Sedan Championship, Images by Fastlane Photography

The Make Smoking History Collie Speedway once again proved why it is the ideal place to start the Ivix Industries South West Sedan Championship, as the event had about everything you could have in one night.

After it was done last night, there is still no clear standing on who will stand out driver who will come home with the Overall Championship.

Clint Hadley was the one driver who stood out the most, dethroning a field full of big names in the Street Stock Feature Race.

Starting on the front row with local Ethan Genev, the two drivers made contact on the opening lap as Genev tried to take control of the event.

The two though made contact, and though Genev did lead the opening four laps, the contact from the collision caused the left rear trye to deflate and Hadley to take the lead.

It didn’t just come easy for the Margret River driver after this, with Hayden Norman challenging Hadley for the rest of the event with Collie’s Paul Joss finding his way to the podium’s final step after a great threeway with Albany’s Trent Claybrook and Paul Bowman.

Kyle Sayer became the most winningest driver in the series’s short history, coming home with his sixth-round victory after running unchallenged all feature.

Starting off pole, it looked like a Sunday drive for Sayer, winning comfortably from Ayden Trewern and Josh Fraser.


While Sayer had it his way, it was a great brawl between the two drivers fighting for second and third, with the pair running side by side for most of the feature.

With their biggest field ever, Junior Sedans had their fair share of surprises, but it was Western Australian Jhy Pack who stood up and took control.


Like the rest of the winners, Pack took the win after starting on the front row, with Harrison Beres and Deagan McNally rounding out the podium.

The action was plenty all night long, with Wayne Thomson having a massive tumble in the opening heat race of the Street Stocks that tore the catch fence down and Brody Day hitting the concrete wall hard during the Junior Sedan A-Main.

The next series round will be held at the Trade Hire Augusta Margret River Speedway on November 20.

Official Results

SSA Top Star Junior Sedan Feature Race – 15 Laps: 1. W1 Jhy Pack, 2. W18 Harrison Beres, 3. W29 Deagan McNally, 4. W15 Matthew Thomson, 5. W83 Kai Leeson, 6. W43 Jorja Davies, 7. W62 Makayla Hinsey, 7. W40 Vince Lindsay, 8. W25 Alyvia Ferraro, DNF: W31 Jessejames Samuels, W33 Tahila Bosley, W8 Brody Day, DNS: W138 Zach Munro

SSA Street Stock Feature Race – 20 Laps: 1. WA16 Clint Hadley, 2. W6 Hayden Norman, 3. W69 Paul Joss, 4. W52 Paul Bowman, 5. W21 Trent Claybrook, 6. WA10 David Fall, 7. W10 Damon Thomson, 8. W16 Colin Metcalfe, 9. W24 Jake Williams, 10. W199 Phil Lycholit, 11. W121 Ryan Penfold, 12. W73 Richard Hicks, 13. W2 Shane Whild, 14. W71 Scott Hunter, 15. W18 Daniel Stanley, 16. W57 Wayne Fairbrass, 17. W173 Fiona Palmer, DNF: 18. W41 Jacob Gittos, 19. WA Tim Matthews, 20. WA12 Kade Helms, 21. W95 Keith Fitzgerald, 22. W4 Ethan Genev

SSA Production Sedan Feature Race – 20 Laps: 1. W95 Kyle Sayer, 2. W12 Ayden Trewern, 3. W5 Josh Fraser, 4. W60 Richard Nelson, 5. W31 Kane McDiarmid, 6. W22 Jamie Graham, 7. W86 Wayne Leviston, 8. W26 Robbie Trenaman, 9. W63 Mark McDonald, 10. W57 Kelsey Beard, DNF: 11. W58 Jayden McCuish, 12. W97 Lachlan Eason, 13. W4 Clint Theyer, 14. W92 Rickie Williams


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Hadley Earthworks

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Pirtek Bunbury

Cush Clothing Co.

HTEC Bunbury

Michael Holmes Racing

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DEMON Racecar Fibreglass WA

Dirt Track Nutters

Shanoweb Designs