Stampede Action At Nepean Finale

Last Sunday (November 1) the New South Wales Speedway Kart Club hosted the final round of the 2009 championship series, the Parramatta Kart Warehouse “Stampede” meeting and with over 75 of speedway’s best kart racers the action was sensational.

While the day was marred with a couple of incidents, it was the final meeting of the year and everyone was out to make the day a winner. Young Amy Shute was certainly very impressive in the Juniors feature race and held out the pack in scoring a great race victory. Another lady racer Amanda Stacey was also very impressive in her KT Open Heavy feature leading for most of the race. She was certainly showing the guys a thing or two until the last lap her kart went wide in a turn and that was all they needed with Amanda dropping down the order.

In the KT Open Light division Joel Goff was in top form not only winning feature and the round, the young racer also took out the Achievement Award being the highest point scorer on the day.

KT Open Winners: Alana Baines 2nd  Joel Goff 1st Jason Beattie 3rd

Round winners and major place getters on the day were:

1st  James Peters
2nd Luke Sayer
3rd Kyle Angel
Feature Winner: James Peters

1st  Daniel Sayer
2nd Jordyn Brazier
3rd Jake Baines
Feature Winner: Corey Foyle

1st Kyle Pollock
2nd Nikki Briton
3rd Regan Angel
Feature Winner: Amy Shute
Clubman Light:
1st Tim Loveday
2nd David Boyd
3rd Michael Jordon
Feature Winner: Louie Callega

KT Open Light:
1st Joel Goff
2nd Alana Baines
3rd Jason Beattie
Feature Winner: Joel Goff

Clubman Heavy:
1st  Daniel Selmes
2nd  Tony Baird
3rd  Gary Slarke
Feature Winner: Daniel Selmes

KT Open Heavy:
1st Wayne Baines
2nd Cameron Coghlan
3rd James Robertson
Feature: Rodney Sievwright

Other winners on the day were:

  • Ashlee Smith (On Track Automotive  Award)
  • Joel Goff (Greg Boscato Speedsports Media Achievement Award)
  • Taylor Coghlan (StillShots Award)

Last Sunday was the eighth and final round of the NSWSKC 2009 championship season and with the numbers growing at each meeting, the speedway karts are moving forward. 2010 is looking to build on the great results the NSWSKC was built over the past few years so its roll on 2010 when the karts will again ignite the superb Nepean Motorsports complex.

The next event on the 2009 NSWSKC calendar is the annual presentation dinner scheduled for Sunday December 13th at the St Mary’s Leagues Club.

The NSWSKC would like to thank the following corporate partners for their continued support for the 2009 Season:

Parramatta Kart Warehouse:
Cascade Plumbing:
Tyrepower Parramatta City Raceway:
Karting World/Keats Racing:
Hopping’s Mowers:
G Force Racewear:
On Track Automotive:
ST Signs and Designs:
Design Effects Signage:
PR Machine:
Impact Images:
Inside Speedway:
Pharma Tech Systems:
Blue Mountains Area Tree Lopping:
Mulgoa Quarries:
Coates Hire:
Greg Boscato SpeedSports Media: