State Title and Blue Ribbon events for a packed Nyora show

This Saturday night Nyora Raceway plays host to the Somerville Motor Body Works Victorian Junior Standard Saloon title, the Miles Cup for Standard Saloons supported by Miles Mechanical along with a mini feature for Sports Sedans and the visiting Compact Speedcars from 5pm in what will be a terrific nights racing.STATE TITLE & BLUE RIBBON EVENTS FOR A PACKED NYORA SHOW

The pinnacle event of the Junior Standard Saloon season is this weekend with some kids in the event for the last time trying to win one whilst others have time ahead of them.

With last year’s Junior Standard Saloon Victorian champion now in adult racing a new champion will be crowned regardless of the result this year with a number of kids in particular in great form behind the wheel. Jack Yeomans, Lewis Williams, Deegan Benson, Courtney Meakins, Kacey Ingram, Damon Ingram, Harry Cecil and Rhys Lansdown in particular are drivers to keep your eyes on this Saturday night.

Always hard to pick a winner, and often the thrill is to see youngsters make the top five or finish the race that might not have expected to. That will happen again on the weekend, however Nyora are keen to have the Victoria number one on top of one of their drivers cars.

The Miles Cup for Standard Saloons is the last opportunity to text cars on Nyora Raceway before the Victorian title on March Labour Day weekend and last events winner Marcus Reddecliffe is at the top of the nominations list, with competition expected from a number of race drivers including Jack Brennan, Mark Miles, Stephen Douglas, Aaron Marshall, Warrick Howie, Scott Whittle, Russell Hill, Craig Templeton, Hayden Clifford and Brendon Miles.

This race is too hard to pick, the bragging rights leading into the Victorian title is so very important and getting this win to honour the Miles family is also high on the priority of many that have known the family for years.

The Sports Sedans and Compact Speedcars have been added to the show and Nyora member Jamie Paull the current Victorian Sports Sedan champion will be trying to win a mini feature in that class and compete for victory over his brother Justin, Louis Rodriguez and Jack Day in the open wheel Compact Speedcar he will also be racing.

It is expected a dozen or so Sports Sedans will compete and Paull leads the list that includes Josh Service, Ally Morrison, Wayne Alberni, Darren O’Brien and Gemma Laidlaw amongst others that should make for tough competition and in the Compact Speedcars a handful of competitors are just pleased to get a last minute call up to compete at what many of them consider their home track. Louis Rodriguez won here last time he competed, it is great to have the Shepparton driver come down to race again.

Racing starts from 5.00pm, costing $20 for an adult, Kids 12 to 16 are $10 each whilst all other children are free, Pensioners are $10 & a Family ticket is $50 for 2 adults and three 12 – 16 kids & others less than 12 in age.

For all enquiries call 0408 076 965

Nyora thank the Club sponsors for this season:
Miles Mechanical Pakenham
Total Autos Pakenham
Rip it Up Earthworks Bittern
Bursons Pakenham
Highline Racewear
HardAzz Concrete and Excavations
Tooradin Sports Club
ARP Earthworks
All Care Exhausts Pakenham
Bass Concreting
John Duff & CO – Shell
Mepstead Electrical
J Allcock Plumbing
ZT Carpentree
Ramsdale Wreckers
SS AG Services
Polly’s Auto Salvage
Sherlow’s Used Cars
Concept Trade Solutions
Flatout Trailers & Fabrication
Random Panda Photography
Onsite Rental Group
Mornington Motors
ML Automotive
Peninsula District Towing
Somerville Motor Body Works
Ultimate Awards
BAM Inspect & Build
Pakenham Accident Repairs
BGN Auto Glass
Affordable Auto Salvage
Ripper Sticker
Taylor’d Fabrications
Russell Steel
Heartfelt Candles
Dandenong Pest Control
Pakenham Towing
Wise Steel Sales
Victorian Crane Trucks
Snap On Mornington Peninsula
EPH Group

Deegan Benson – Rosedale 24
Jacob Bagnato – Nyora 95
Bailey Bennett – Nyora 13
Harry Cecil – Nyora 56
Owen Cecil – Nyora 66
Damon Ingram – Nyora 79
Kacey Ingram – Victoria 3/ Rosedale 67
Rhys Lansdown – Victorian 2/ Rosedale 47
Tyler McDermott – Rosedale 4
Courtney Meakins – Alexandra 82
Rhys Meakins – Alexandra 67
Maddison Miles – Nyora 12
Shaniiq Rowan – Redline 28
Blake Smith – Rosedale 10
Kaine Smith – Rosedale 11
Nathalya Westwood – Rosedale 18
Lewis Williams – Nyora 5
Jack Yeomans – Rosedale 21

Marcus Reddecliffe – Nyora 29
Justin Hutchins – Nyora 23
Adam Barkby – Nyora 4
Justin Smith – Moe 93
Stephen Douglas – Nyora 74
Paul Domburg – Victoria 2
Craig Templeton – Redline 12
Jack Brennan – Nyora 34
Chris Carvill – Portland 10
Gary Charles – Nyora 10
Aaron Laidlaw – Rosedale 76
Mark Miles – Nyora 12
Brendon Miles – Nyora 72
Micheal Fleming-Robertson – Corowa 18
Warrick Howie – Alexandra 60
Brad Warren – Nyora 36
Shane Belk – Alexandra 4
Brodie Ardley – Nyora 6
Leigh Gooding – Rosedale 11
Aaron Marshall – Swan Hill 85
Priscilla Grech – Redline 17
Russell Hill – Nyora 21
Scott Whittle – Geelong 6
Randy Rowan – Redline 94
Hayden Clifford – Geelong 99
Nick Chrystie – Redline 29
Jordan Healy – Drouin 4

Ally Morrison – Alexandra 13
Gavin Dorain – Rosedale 49
Troy Glassborow – Nyora 16
Jamie Paull – Victoria 1
Josh Service – Alexandra 84
Darren O’Brien – Nyora 22
Steve McIntyre – Redline 23
Nathan Rowan – Redline 48
Wayne Alberni – Drouin 4
Gemma Laidlaw – Bairnsdale 26
Steven Akil – Alexandra 8

Justin Paull – Australia 1
Jamie Paull – Victoria 4
Tania Hallett – Victoria 15
Conner Tangey – Victoria 14
Jack Day – Victoria 57
Brad Day – Victoria 59
Kerran Tangey – Victoria 77
Louis Rodriguez – Victoria 11

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