by | Apr 28, 2023 | SSA Modified Sedans, VIC

Official Release by Speedway Sedans Victoria.

Victorian Kye Walters and defending Victorian Modified Sedan Champion will go into title defence mode this coming Saturday at Alexandra Speedway.

The venue that so regularly plays host to the Victorian VMPA series is no stranger to Modified sedan action with so many strong local competitors in the division.

Damien Miller, Brody Chrystie, Matt Nelson and Kasey Garlick will all be giving 100% to try keep the Victoria #1 trophy at their home club.

Ballarat or Redline Raceway has always been a well documented breeding ground for Modified Sedan champions.

The defending champion Kye Walters represents Redline Raceway along with John Baker who is experienced across numerous Sedan categories.

Darcy Wilson has been building for a confidence boosting title shot, Darren Cockerill who is looking to make major amends of a component failure in his 2021/22 Victorian Title assault, Dylan Barrow in a stand out rookie year and Bella Rizzoli is back in a big way in the Modified Sedan class.

Bendigo has long been the connecting rod between so many pivotal speedways in Victoria. Bendigo is in good hands with Graham West in the iconic LJ torana and Brad Wicks fresh off a feature win at Redline.

Nyora Raceway is in the thick of Sedan country and is represented strongly. Driving for the Nyora Raceway club will be Dale Hallett, Cameron Dike, Jamie Paull and Scott Angus.

The Goulburn Valley is a little slice of heaven for horsepower with Benny Mannix, Jack Houlahan and Rachel Pratt who have all had a big return to form.

Wade McCarthy will be the sole competitor from Mildura and knows what it takes to win this event. Kasey Ferguson will give it her all in the Orange Laang Speedway Commodore.

Daniel Simpson has also held this prestigious number and will be the sole Horsham entrant.

Tristan McGraw will wheel his always immaculate Falcon from the Corowa region.

Shaun Thompson will do his handiest work and will race out of the Heartland Raceway Moama club.

John Dike will be the sole representative of the Drouin Speedway club in his #51 Falcon.

Nathan Shortis and the Hulk Shane Roycroft will drive for their home at Wangaratta City Raceway.

David Barrie will switch out cars from last weekend’s Victorian Street Stock Title and instead settle in with the race rubber from Colac.

The first of the interstate competitors is Mick Johnson who has been the king of the highway this week travelling over from Broome in Western Australia.

Kayla Knox is set to be the solo South Aussie in the immaculate #68 machine. And last but not least the state of New South Wales will be well represented by Daniel Patton in this interstate title shot.

Action is set for a start from 2pm on Saturday at the 530m Clay based Alexandra & District Speedway.

All Race results and updates will be posted here on the Speedway Sedans Victoria Facebook page throughout the night.

And excitingly again Clay Per View will be live streaming this event right across the nation so head on over to their Facebook page for the easiest link and do not click on any spam links in the comments.

So this Saturday Night we will crown a new or remaining Victorian Modified Sedan Champion and you do not want to miss out on the action.


John Baker – Ballarat 0

Andrew Dike – Daylesford 5

Darcy Wilson – Ballarat 5

Wade McCarthy – Mildura 6

Damien Miller – Alexandra 6

Darren Cockerill – Redline 11

Kasey Ferguson – Laang 11

Dale Hallett – Nyora 15

Dylan Barrow – Ballarat 17

Brad Wicks – Bendigo 17

Bella Rizzoli – Ballarat 18

Mick Johnson – Broome / Western Australia 32

Brody Chrystie – Alexandra 32

Daniel Simpson – Horsham 33

Cameron Dike – Nyora 37

Tristan McGraw – Corowa 39

Jamie Paull – Nyora 42

Shaun Thompson – Heartland 45

Kye Walters – Redline 46/ Victoria 1

John Dike – Drouin 51

Nathan Shortis – Wangaratta 55

Graham West – Bendigo 56

Matt Nelson – Alexandra 61

Kasey Garlick – Alexandra 62

Kayla Knox – Mount Gambier/South Australia 68

Scott Angus – Nyora 72

Ben Mannix – Goulburn Valley 79

David Barrie – Colac 82

Shane Roycroft – Wangaratta 82

Jack Houlahan – Goulburn Valley 96

Rachel Pratt – Goulburn Valley 94

Daniel Patton – New South Wales