It’s exciting times ahead for the Lightning Sprints class, having recently launched their new national association, the Australian Lightning Sprint Association Inc. (ALSA).
It has been a big 2015-16 season for the Queensland Lightning Sprints Racing Association (QLSRA), which began back in November of last year, and while it was a rocky start with low car counts, it certainly picked up.
"Wish I could do that." Grandstands at World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car events ring with that phrase. (In the malted beverage section the chant is: "I could do that better!"). We offer these wishers and boasters a tip on how to quit dreaming and start driving: California Lightning Sprints. With ready-to-run race cars going for as little as $6000 used, anyone can soon be doing his best Steve Kinser impersonation. Anyone, that is, with the determination, commitment, and tenacity necessary to be a race driver.
The Lightning Sprints will head to Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway this Saturday night, where they will contest the $500 to Win Patrick Moroney Memorial race.
At Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway last Saturday night, the in-form Keith Blatch got the best belated birthday gift he could have asked for, when he secured his third consecutive feature-race win of the 2015-16 season.
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