With race dates already confirmed for the 2019/2020 season of competition, the next piece of the puzzle has been set in place with confirmation of the various sponsors whose support will make it possible for Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway to again serve up a feast of speedway action. The Ausdeck Group will continue their association as naming rights partners, bringing a sense of continuity to the venue that enables the promotional team to focus their energies on delivering the best events for competitors and spectators alike.
The Ausdeck Group is a proudly Australian-owned company producing single skin and insulated roofing systems for residential and commercial applications. All products are manufactured 100% in-house and are able to withstand the toughest Australian conditions. Ausdeck roofing systems are distributed throughout Australia and, with competitive pricing, quality products and an ongoing commitment to product development, Ausdeck remains the market leader in the patio and roofing industry. The Ausdeck Group commitment to excellence also extends to their speedway racing operations as sponsors of Australian Sprintcar Champion Andrew Scheurele, who is also the current Archerfield Track Champion.
An exciting development for Sprintcar competitors is confirmation that East Coast Logistics are extending their support into the 2019/2020 season, returning as naming rights sponsor of the Sprintcar Track Championship, Queensland’s premier Sprintcar series. East Coast Logistics head honcho Dave Horrell is a Sprintcar fanatic and team owner whose continued support of the track championship is a boon for competitors. Having been involved in the transport and logistics community for some 40 years, Horrell is a respected member of the industry with East Coast Logistics having operated continuously since 2003. Based in Brisbane and Toowoomba, East Coast Logistics services Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and the Northern Territory. To be contested over 17 rounds of racing, the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship is again expected to attract big fields to Archerfield for each round as Scheurele takes on the daunting challenge of defending his title against the likes of Luke Oldfield, Lachlan McHugh, Brent Kratzmann and another 40+ drivers expected to feature in the championship.
As a long-time corporate partner of Archerfield Speedway, Performance Wholesale will once again continue their affiliation with the venue through the 2019/2020 season, which will include their annual support for a round of the World Series Sprintcar Championship. Round six of the WSS Championship on January 4 will be proudly presented by Performance Wholesale, with additional support throughout the season coming courtesy of their affiliate operation Queensland Speedway Spares. With a reputation built on supplying customers with the very best brands, Performance Wholesale is Australia’s largest supplier of high performance engine parts, while Queensland Speedway Spares is committed to servicing the Australian speedway industry with a massive range of products from over 40 leading manufacturers, all at the most competitive prices.
The 2019/2020 Ausdeck Patios Archerfield Speedway season gets underway on Saturday, October 5 with the opening round of the East Coast Logistics Sprintcar Track Championship, along with Midgets, Formula 500s, AMCA Nationals, Wingless Sprints, Monster Trucks and Fireworks.
For the full 2019/2020 season schedule, visit the track website – www.brisbanespeedway.com.au – and follow Archerfield Speedway on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for news and updates.