Speedway Sedans Australia News
Author : Jason Crowe – SSA Media
The Speedway Sedans Australia, JAC Civil, National Production Sedan Title, will be held at the Fraser Shores Maryborough Speedway on Saturday, 14 April 2018 and Sunday 15 April 2018, with seventy drivers entered, for the biggest Production Sedan National Title outside of Western Australia.
Jeff Pahl is the only West Australian in the field, with the thirty one year old driving his fathers car in the title.
Interestingly, Pahl will be competing in his fourth National Production Sedan Title, his third interstate title, with just one in his native Western Australia.
I have not raced at Maryborough before but heard the track was very challenging. Then the new surface went down and have heard nothing but good things. Cant wait, Pahl said.
Pahl usually drives a VX Commodore at home, while he will drive a VS commodore next weekend.
Like many, Pahl has had an up and down season so far. I won the Ash Page Memorial in Newman WA, and went pretty well at home until we had motor troubles, which meant I could not compete in the WA Title recently, Pahl added.
A part from the racing, Pahl is looking very much to the social side of things. I am looking forward to
meeting new friends, great friendships are built at the track. Also looking forward to catching up with the old man and doing a bit of sight-seeing around Queensland with my wife Melissa, Pahl said.
Pahl has set a goal of making the A Main, with a top five finish being the cream on the top.
It used to be fast and hooky, but my driving style has changed now, love the black or rubber down, said Pahl when asked about what track suited him best. It comes down to the drivers skills that way, not as exciting for the crowd though, he continued.
Pahl suggests that the title will all be about Josh, whether it be Josh Harm, Josh Arthur or Josh Crang as the drivers to beat.
Jeff Pahl would like to thank the following:
Pahl Family Racing
TJ & M Electrical
DCH Auto Electrical
Auto1 Kalgoorlie & Joondalup
Speedway Sedans Australia will have extensive coverage of the National Title, with Live Audio on the Website on all three days of competition (including practice), along with access to Speedhive and Race Monitor. Speedway Sedans Live Streaming will be available on both nights of racing, while comprehensive reports will be posted on the Website and Facebook throughout the weekend, along with results across all three days.