A big crowd was on hand at Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway, Saturday, February 5, to watch Lachlan McHugh continue his great season.
His latest victory for the 2021-2022 season came with the running of the Sprintcar Mayor’s Cup.
A highlight of the night was the victory by Justin Paull in the 2022 Queensland Compact Speedcar Championship.
From left: Harry Stewart Justin Paull and Trent Usher
Sprintcars (Mayor’s Cup)
1. Lachlan McHugh
2. Luke Oldfield
3. Marcus Dumesny
Compacts (Qld Title)
1. Justin Paull
2. Trent Usher
3. Harry Stewart
1. Nathan Tomkins
2. Bruce Marshall
3. Tony Blanch
2. Terry Leerentveld
3. Nathan Politch
A statement, Sunday, February 6, from Hi-Tec Oils Toowooomba:
“Thank you to our amazing fans who’ve turned up in droves so far this season.
“Thank you to all those who have also tuned in via Clay Per View.
It’s been a remarkable start to our speedway season and we truly appreciate the support. We are so lucky to be surrounded by such an amazing community who’s fallen in love with Toowoomba Speedway again!
“We have an amazing team of people all working as one to make speedway great again and we can’t thank all of those people for everything they do.
“We have the best volunteers around who all give up so much of their time for the love of the sport. Thank you for your efforts – you guys are all legends and we’d be lost without you all.
“Thanks to all our contractors, our staff and our officials who all make our venue what it is. We are committed to making our venue and our show the very best it can be and rest assured we will continue to look to improve and get better with everything we do.
“Thanks to all the drivers, crews and the clubs that turn up each week and put on a show for all our fans! You are all the stars of our show!
“It’s your Speedway, Toowoomba!
“Thank you again to the massive crowd who turned out to witness another brilliant night of Speedway. Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway returns on February 26.”