by | Dec 29, 2023 | QLD, SSA Super Sedans

Official Release- Friday 29th December 2023.

For the first time in nearly ten years the National Super Sedan Series returns to the National Speedway landscape when round one of the revamped tournament is conducted this weekend (Saturday & Sunday Nights) at the Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway in Queensland.

Being held in conjunction with the third annual running of the two night $10,000 to win Ian Boettcher Classic, the NSSS National Super Sedan Series will be staged over fifteen rounds across six states partnering up with all the major Super Sedan events across the country.

Over forty of Australia’s best Super Sedan competitors have made their way to the Darling Downs region of Queensland for what promises to be one of the biggest Speedway Sedans Australia events of the season.

Defending Ian Boettcher Classic winner Darren Kane who is also a five time NSSS National Super Sedan Series Champion will be a man on a mission to claim the race that honours his car owner and a revered figure in Australian Speedway.

Kane is joined in the Ian Boettcher Race Parts team for the event by Lucas Oils Late Model Series regular Devin Moran from Dresden Ohio in the United States.

Current National Champion Trent Wilson all with former National Champions Matt Pascoe, Steve Jordan, Mick Nicola and Tasmania’s Callum Harper are amongst a host of big names looking to take home the five figure payday.

The rising young brigade of Australian Super Sedan racing is littered through the entry list with Queensland Champion Brad Pascoe, Zac Pascoe, Victorian Ash Bergmeier, Toowomba’s Sean Black and last start winners with the McCosker Super Sedan Series JJ Hamilton and Hayden Brims all likely contenders this weekend.

The T-Bar Nationals for Modified Sedans featuring nearly seven entries is apart of the two night show with every lap streamed live courtesy of Clay-Per-View.

Official Entry List for the 2023/2024 Ian Boettcher Classic for Super Sedans (NSSS Round One)


A1 Trent Wilson (QLD)

Q1 Brad Pascoe (QLD)

N1 Mat Pascoe (QLD)

V0 Lucas Roberts (VIC)

N3 Tania Smith (NSW)

V3 Mick Nicola (VIC)

GL3 Martin Newton (QLD)

RK3 Matt Williams (QLD)

B4 Sam Hughes (QLD)

B6 Zac Pascoe (QLD)

V7 Todd Atkins (VIC)

B8 Graeme Rangihuna (QLD)

MK9 Jamie Williams (QLD)

Q10 Steve Jordan (QLD)

Q11 Mitchell Gee (QLD)

B11 Rob Hamilton (QLD)

Q12 David Musch (QLD)

LV13 Scott Taylor (QLD)

V16 Ash Bergmeier (VIC)

N19 Dion Bennett (NSW)

GL21 Casey Collins (QLD)

T22 Callum Harper (TAS)

N23 Andrew White (NSW)

Q26 Sean Black (QLD)

LV26 Bradley White (QLD)

B27 Ryan Cats (QLD)

N29 Zac Brims (NSW)

RK31 Harry Doyle (QLD)

Q33 Justin Randall (QLD)

USA35 Devin Moran (USA)

Q36 Darren Kane (QLD)

GL39 Bob McCosker (QLD)

LV42 Michael Taylor (QLD)

Q47 Barry Craft (QLD)

N47 Tyson Moon (NSW)

B48 JJ Hamilton (QLD)

N57 Brock Atkins (VIC)

N77 Hayden Brims (NSW)

N88 Ryan Harris (NSW)

C96 Josh McLaren (QLD)

C98 Michael Hally (QLD)

Q99 Mark O’Brien (QLD)