J-MacTotal ToolsTrack Championship Leader.
After the opening round of the Total Tools Warrnambool Track Championship as presented by Fitz Media and the Midfield Group, Monte Motorsports James McFadden leads the way heading into Round Two which doubles as the Victorian Sprintcar Championship on Saturday, January 1, 2022.
McFadden claimed 150 points for his A-Main victory at Max’s Race, as well as the bonus four points for the most laps led in the 35-lap event.
Young Tasmanian Tate Frost also impressed in running second at Max’s Race and he along with Daniel Pestka, Jamie Veal and Jake Smith will be looking to bank another solid bounty of points come New Year’s Day.
With a highly anticipated return to World of Outlaws competition at the end of January, McFadden will be hoping to potentially create a small points buffer over his rivals, while those currently inside the top ten will all be eyeing of the $10,000 Championship bonus.
With the next round of the Total Tools Warrnambool Track Championship set down for Saturday January 1, 2022, tickets are available on-line via www.premierspeedway.com.au
The Premier Speedway Club would like to thank Total Tools Warrnambool for their support of the Track Championship along with Fitz Media and The Midfield Group.