The thirty eighth running of the SSA Modified Sedan Queensland State Title will be fought out over two big nights this Friday & Saturday evenings at the Cairns Speedway located some seventeen hundred kilometres north of Brisbane.
Thirty six competitors from around the state along with Matt Nelson from Victoria who is the current Queensland Street Stock Champion, will sign in chasing the biggest event for 2021 in the Sunshine State for SSA Modified Sedans.
Last season’s State Title that was to be held at the Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway was firstly lost to rain and then was cancelled completely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gympie’s Tim Weir drove a brilliant race on home turf to win his maiden state title in the class in 2019 and will finally defend the Q1 aboard his Clarko’s Performance XF Ford Falcon against a high quality field.
The most decorated competitor in the thirty seven year history of the event Gary Pagel (5 Time Winner) is in the field along with three time champion Aidan Raymont and two time winner Shane Macdonald from Toowoomba.
Cairns local Johnno Collins leads the local brigade with Collins the Queensland champion in 2005. with SSA Modified Sedan racing enjoying a resurgence in recent times in the far north of the state.
National Production Sedan Champion Joel Berkley will relish the opportunity to have the racing rubber on his Ford Falcon as he takes on the likes of Nathan Macdonald, Brett Barron, Brenton Scott and Shannon Blackburn in what is a very wide open event.
Full coverage of both nights of competition is available courtesy of the team from Ash Media.
The Official Entry List for the 2020/2021 SSA Modified Sedan Queensland State Title
Q1 Tim Weir, Ford Falcon XE, Gympie
B59 Darran Lester, Ford Falcon FGX, Brisbane
BB11 Craig Olive, Ford Falcon XF, Bundaberg
BB21 Brad Petersen, Ford Falcon XF, Bundaberg
CN5 Tony Anderson, Ford Falcon XD, Cairns
CN6 Steve Manly, Ford Falcon FG, Cairns
CN8 Scott Vella, Ford Falcon FG, Cairns
CN10 Brenton Chandler, Ford Cortina TE, Cairns
CN11 Dave Manly, Ford Falcon FG, Cairns
CN21 Johnno Collins, Holden Commodore VZ, Cairns
CN69 Graham Kleinhans, Holden Commodore VZ, Cairns
CR8 Rodney Pammenter, Holden Commodore VZ, Charlton
CR24 David Head, Ford Falcon XE, Charlton
CR27 Shane Macdonald, Holden Commodore VZ, Charlton
CR32 Nathan Macdonald, Holden Commodore VZ, Charlton
CR54 Mick Shelford, Holden Commodore VK, Charlton
G5 Brett Baxter, Holden Commodore VZ, Gympie
G16 Jim Cowley, Holden Commodore VE, Gympie
G23 Brendan Cowley, Holden Commodore VE, Gympie
G28 Aidan Raymont, Ford Falcon FG, Gympie
G87 Ty Francis, Ford Falcon XD, Gympie
GL11 Tony Coomber, Ford Falcon AU, Gladstone
MK7 Luke O’Brien, Ford Cortina TF, Mackay
MK9 Gary Pagel, Ford Falcon FG, Mackay
MK19 Wayne Gilroy, Holden Commodore VY, Mackay
MK75 Myles Gilroy, Holden Commodore VY, Mackay
RK22 Jack Cameron, Holden Commodore VS, Rockhampton
RK42 Brenton Scott, Ford Falcon BA, Rockhampton
SB9 Joel Berkley, Ford Falcon FGX, South Burnett
SB24 Scott McDermott, Holden Commodore VS, South Burnett
SB148 Brett Barron, Holden Commodore VS, South Burnett
SC22 Shannon Blackburn, Ford Cortina TE, Sunshine Coast
SC23 Josh Crang, Ford Falcon FG, Sunshine Coast
T10 Shane Ogilvie, Ford Falcon BA, Townsville
T20 Jason Cummins, Ford Falcon XF, Townsville
T25 Adam Jorgensen, Ford Cortina TE, Townsville
V61 Matt Nelson, Holden Commodore VS, Alexandra (VIC)