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Season 16/17 Prizegiving results

The annual Wellington Speedway prize giving and ball was held on May 27th at the Silverstream retreat. It was a great night with a sell out attendance. It was a fantastic way to see out the 16/17 season.

The winners can all be found here.. Read On...

Rain cancels this weekends racing

Unfortunately this weekends club meeting at the Max Motors Wellington Speedway has been cancelled due to the weather. The rain through the week has left the infield, carpark & parts of the pits underwater. We are looking for a suitable date to reschedule this club night. Check back next week for more info.

Fantastic Night Of Features Caps The Season
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The programme was jammed packed this Saturday night at Max Motors Family Speedway as the Wellington Speedway Society tried to catch up on all the events that the previous weeks of rain had curtailed such as the final round of the Friday Homes Superstock Tri-series, the Wellington Champs for Streetstocks, Ministocks and Superstocks plus the scheduled Capital Pools and Spas Ultimate Knockout 3 for Stockcars and of course the ever popular Demolition Derby.

Originally scheduled for February the 3rd round of the Friday Homes Superstock Tri-Series was finally able to be run. There were some interesting visitors running for the first time in the Tri-series such as the hot form drivers of the moment 2nz Jordan Dare and 971p Jayden Ward, we also saw Randall Tarrant take the step up from Stockcars to the Superstock class in the 5w. Completing the Tri-series novice list were 661p Bryn Liddell, 38p Rangi Dykstra, 571p Jayme Hemi and in the 85w Richie Ryder .. Read On...

Full Night Of Features Produces Great Racing & Deserved Winners

After weeks of rain, finally a meeting at Max Motors Family Sp­eedway that was able to be run and completed. With a very full prog­ramme of the final round of the Burger King Pro-Dirt Series, the second round of the Friday Homes Superst­ock Tri-Series, an appearance by the Kumho Tyres Jet Car and the final round of the Coventry Cars Saloon Tri-Series to get through the meeting started early at 6pm

The Burger King Pro-Dirt Series produced a stellar field of 19 cars which were split into 3 groups, who took to the track two at a time to decide their grid places for the feature race. In the first heat, the Quin Garages group versus the Moving Company group, we saw 24a Ben Harding take the lead from the off, cl­osely followed by 6b Grant Flynn and 9w Mark Pitcher.. Read On...

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