Get ready for the biggest meeting on The Allwest Plant Hire – Ellenbrook Speedway in 2021.
Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series – Round 4 of WA Speedweek, BGC Pro Dirt Late Models, Merger Contracting Junior Top Stars & J & M Asphalt Junior New Stars
Food Vans & Licensed Bar Facilities – No BYO
Live Entertainment Workin’ On It – Following the meeting
Gate open from 12pm, Racing from 3pm
Adults – $30, Pensioners $20, Children 10 – 15 $10, under 10 Free,
Family (2 x Adults & 2 Children (10-15) $75)
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On the 24th April 2020 ground was broken & works began on what would be a complete overhaul of our track, potentially one of the biggest upgrades our facility would see outside of our structural changes in the last 20 years & since the concrete wall was erected in 1997.
Logistics & cost has always been a limiting factor for us to be able to completely upgrade the track but finally this year with the extreme generosity of many businesses & some very dedicated club members our dream became a reality.
One very generous business that we can not thank enough is Ian & the Team from Allwest Plant Hire, Ian very generously donated his machinery for the whole upgrade which allowed us to completely excavate & reshape the track. Ian & the Allwest team have been valued sponsors of the Ellenbrook Speedway for major events for a number of years & also took on Naming Rights for this years 2020 National Production Sedan Title that unfortunately did not go ahead.
The Committee of the RDA & its members are pleased to welcome Allwest Plant Hire as the naming rights sponsors for the 2021 Season & we are proud to reveal our new Allwest Plant Hire – Ellenbrook Speedway Logo.
Two Time National Champion Mick Hamon after many years of trying has finally claimed victory in the annual Brian Rose Memorial for SSA Street Stocks at the Ellenbrook Speedway in Western Australia.
Hamon dominated the thirty lap main event from start to finish aboard his Holden Commodore leading home Carnarvon’s Damon Lyall and Moora’s Gordon Wyatt to the chequered flag.
Perfect conditions for racing greeted competitors for the second day of competition with a great crowd on hand to witness a thrilling conclusion to the East Pilbara Tyre Service supported event.
Collie’s Cody Avins after qualifying from pole position for the A Main elected to take the money on offer to start from the rear of the twenty four car field.
Hamon and Lyall shared the front row with State Champion Jamie Oldfield and Evan Wakefield coming from the second row.
A couple of complete restarts were called due to cars spinning at the back of the pack before the race finally got into a rhythm.
Lyall lead the initial early laps before Hamon worked the bottom of the race track in his Holden Commodore to put Lyall back to second.
Gordon Wyatt, Damon Thomson and Warren Oldfield were soon engaged in a three car battle for the final spot on the podium for a number of laps as Evan Wakefield retired from the race on lap five.
Jamie Oldfield began to fall back through the field with a ill handling racecar as Stefani Ameduri soon moved herself into the top ten.
As the laps wound down Lyall tried everything to run down the leader but the two time National Champion would not be beaten defeating Lyall and Gordon Wyatt who got the better of his battle with Damon Thomson for third.
Ameduri drove a brilliant race to finish fifth ahead of Warren Oldfield, Paul Briggs, Jace Kempton, Jamie Oldfield and Moora’s Gavin Minty rounding out the top ten.
The Brian Rose Memorial victory represents the biggest win in Street Stock competition on Western Australian soil for Mick Hamon who was a very popular winner.
SSA Street Stocks A Main, Thirty Laps: 1. W5 Mick Hamon, 2. W27 Damon Lyall, 3. W95 Gordon Wyatt, 4. W10 Damon Thomson, 5. W83 Stefani Ameduri, 6. W51 Warren Oldfield, 7. W112 Paul Briggs, 8. W55 Jace Kempton, 9. W1 Jamie Oldfield, 10. W3 Gavin Minty, 11. W69 Paul Joss, 12. W35 Craig Clayton, 13. W110 Clayton Blee, 14. W6 Hayden Norman, 15. W66 Ben Norman, 16. W20 Tyler De Maine (29), 17. W12 Ryan Penfold (29), 18. W104 Donna Vanzetti (28). DNF: W31 Cody Avins (24), W17 Aaron Sutton (19), W14 Ken Macpherson (8), W21 Evan Wakefield (5), W44 Peter Herbert (3), W2 Marty Kelly (0). DNS: W109 Brendan Vanzetti
Article by Allan Smallwood
Photos by Peter Roebuck
Please be advised that the KCLD Tom Green Memorial Junior Gold Cup has been re-scheduled to the 23rd August. All event information including gate times & divisions racing remain relevant.
After further rain this afternoon and a not so optimistic forecast for the next 2 days, the committee has decided this is the best decision for our many traveling competitors & spectators.
An email will be sent to all competitors, but you will need to re-nominate.
We thank you for your patience and look forward to opening our gates next weekend.
The RDA Committee are pleased to announce that the Ellenbrook Speedway Season will commence on the 16th August with the Tom Green Memorial Junior Gold Cup.
We appreciate everyone’s patience & can’t wait to see you all on the 16th!
We do intent to hold a practice day prior to the Season Commencement, more details to follow soon.
Ellenbrook Speedway are extremely happy to announce our event sponsors of the upcoming SSA Inc National Production Sedan Title.
a BIG thank you for all of your support to help us get the event off the ground.
If you are interested in some great exposure for your business please email email@example.com for available Marketing Partnership opportunities.
Ellenbrook Speedway are extremely excited to announce that Allwest Plant Hire will be the naming rights sponsor of the upcoming SSA Inc National Production Sedan Title.
Established in 2005 Allwest Plant Hire is a family owned and operated hire provider of heavy earthmoving plant and skilled operators. Allwest specialise in supplying earthworks, major civil infrastructure and mining projects through Western Australia.
The Allwest Plant Hire SSA Inc National Production Sedan Title will be held at Ellenbrook Speedway between the 24th to the 26th April and a cracking field of drivers from around the country is expected to attend.
Nominations for this event will be out soon.
For more information about Allwest Plant Hire please check them out on facebook or at their website: www.allwestplanthire.com.au
Jamie Oldfield has achieved one of the biggest wins of his career today at Ellenbrook Speedway as he claimed his tenth win in the annual RDA 100/Brian Rose Memorial event for Street Stocks.
Oldfield was nothing but class throughout the entire weekend, claiming three heats wins from six starts to set up a second row start in the feature alongside brother Warren Oldfield, himself a former winner of the event, while the front row was shared by high points man and another former winner of the event in Anthony Beare and
Mick Hamon who was yet to taste success in the Brian Rose.
Former National Champion Brad McClure was slated to start from position five but elected to start from the rear for some bonus money, while Beare elected to start from position two.
Hamon would lead Beare into the first turns with the two Oldfield’s side by side for third while behind them was a snarling pack of drivers desperate to gain positions, fighting tooth and nail in an effort to gain an advantage.
Jamie moved inside Beare on lap three and grabbed second as the top three began to pull away from the rest of the field while Jace Kempton made the moves on Warren Oldfield for fourth.
Hamon then ran wide on lap six which allows Jamie to dive underneath and take the lead. Hamon dove back on the inside but Jamie would hold position and lead the sixth lap.
Shortly after, Beare also looked to advance and he and Hamon went side by side, the duo making contact before Beare pulled into second on lap nine. As this was happening Oldfield pulled away from them with a huge gap, but a stoppage with twelve laps complete negated that, Marty Kelly coming to a stop in turn one.
Oldfield led away at the restart and again built a big lead until again it was nullified, Warren Oldfield spinning in turn four to bring out the yellows and Daniel Ameduri being sent to the rear for contact in the incident that the rest of the field were lucky to avoid.
Again Oldfield would lead away, but the yellows came back out again for Darren Forrest who found himself buried in turn three, needing rescuing before he was able to restart.
The next start saw Freddy Kinsella spin and continue in front of the pack, lucky not to be hit but up ahead it was Oldfield leading Beare, Kempton and the battling duo of Warren Oldfield and Hamon.
As the laps wound down Beare began to slowly close the gap but again the yellows came out, this time for Victorian Jason DeGoldi who had spun in turn two.
As the race went green again, this time Beare did not let Oldfield get away, with Kempton and Hamon also close behind, but as the old saying goes, restarts breed restarts and David Padmore was the next cause, spinning in turn two with nine laps remaining.
The next restart saw Peter Herbert making his presence felt, moving under Warren Oldfield for fifth and able to hold the pass, then two laps later yet another yellow light came out for Anthony Heelan who spun, leaving Ameduri and DeGoldi to also spin to avoid him.
For the final time the race went under green flag conditions, the top five of Oldfield, Beare, Hamon, Kempton and Herbert pulling away from the rest very quickly.
A lap later Herbert would move under Kempton for fourth and from here it became all about the top four, Oldfield having a half lose that bunched them up. With four to go Herbert made the move on Hamon for third and grabbed the position, then applied the pressure on Beare for the next few laps as he looked to take second.
Just ahead though Jamie Oldfield would race away to grab the win by just over one second, his tenth in the events history, while Beare able to hold off Herbert for second while Hamon finished in fourth. Jace Kempton, Paul Joss, Warren Oldfield, Lenny Bates, Freddy Kinsella and Daniel Ameduri would round out the top ten.
The next show at Ellenbrook Speedway will be the grand finale meeting on the 13th of October.
A Main, 30 laps: 1. S46 Anthony Beare, 2. W7 Mick Hamon, 3. W85 Warren Oldfield, 4. W51 Jamie Oldfield, 5. V24 Brad McClure, 6. W83 Daniel Ameduri, 7. W44 Peter Herbert, 8. W55 Jace Kempton, 9. V74 Lenny Bates, 10. W26 David Padmore, 11. W69 Paul Joss, 12. V27 Jason De Goldi, 13. W199 Phil Lycholit, 14. W9 Marty Kelly, 15. V41 Darren Forrest, 16. W318 Freddy Kinsella, 17. W25 Bradley Roberts, 18. W21 Anthony Heelan, 19. W66 Ben Norman, 20. W16 Jack Barnewall.
1. W51 Jamie Oldfield, 2. S46 Anthony Beare, 3. W44 Peter Herbert, 4. W7 Mick Hamon, 5. W55 Jace Kempton, 6. W69 Paul Joss, 7. W85 Warren Oldfield, 8. V74 Lenny Bates, 9. W318 Freddy Kinsella, 10. W83 Daniel Ameduri, 11. W26 David Padmore, 12. V27 Jason De Goldi, 13. V41 Darren Forrest, 14. W21 Anthony Heelan, 15. V24 Brad McClure, 16. W199 Phil Lycholit (29). DNF: W16 Jack Barnewall (12), W9 Marty Kelly (12), W66 Ben Norman (5). DQ: W25 Bradley Roberts. Total Time: No Time. Winning Margin: 1.038. Fastest Lap: 23.539 S46 Anthony Beare.