Speedcars Australia is proud to announce Murray Bridge Speedway, South Australia, as host of the 83rd running of the Australian Speedcar Championship on Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12, 2025.
First held in 1935, the annual event remains Australia’s longest running and most historic speedway National Championship. Being one of the few national speedway titles that allows international entrants; competitors from across Australia, New Zealand, and the United States vie to add their name to the Championship honour roll each season.
In an additional bonus for teams and fans, following the Championship, Murray Bridge Speedway will then continue the Speedcar action into the Easter long weekend, with the annual $20,000 to win Australasian Speedcar 50 lapper April 19 and 20.
“We’re excited to have the Australian Speedcar Championship back at Murray Bridge Speedway and look forward to seeing the many local and international drivers heading to Murray Bridge” said Track Manager, Darren Shaddock.
“It’s shaping up to be one hell of a season for race fans in 2024/25, and we have even more exciting news to be announced in the coming months”.
“The decision to host both the Australian Speedcar Championship and the Australasian 50 Lapper at Murray Bridge Speedway over two consecutive weekends is a testament to Murray Bridge’s support of Speedcar racing in South Australia” explained SA Speedcars club President, Alison Dwyer. “With over $100,000 up for grabs over four nights and the expectation of seeing the best from across Australia, New Zealand, and the US; we can’t wait to make these events in April 2025 something to remember”.
Speedcars Australia Inc. President Andy Pearce also expressed his enthusiasm for bringing the event back to the Bridge.
“We are pleased to have the Australian Speedcar Championship return to Murray Bridge Speedway for the 83rd running of this prestigious event. Murray Bridge is the perfect track to showcase our division and this will no doubt be a fantastic event for both competitors and spectators alike.”
For more information about the event, ticketing details, and sponsorship opportunities, please visit www.murraybridgespeedway.au