IN FRONT: Driver to America series leader Mitchell Randall.
IN FRONT: Driver to America series leader Mitchell Randall. Contributed

Top night of racing action promised for Good Friday

SPEEDWAY: WINGLESS Sprintcars commence a busy Easter weekend of racing with another round of the Driver to America series at Trevan Ford Grafton Speedway tomorrow night.

The fixture also represents the first race of a three-event tournament in their domestic "Roaring 40s" series.

The "Roaring 40s" comprises three consecutive feature races, each run over a distance of 40 laps at local venues.

"There will certainly be plenty of laps run by the Wingless Sprintcars this weekend," promoter David Lander said.

"With three nights of racing, it will also be vital for drivers in contention for the Driver to America series as the season nears its conclusion."

Mitchell Randall, Mick Santin, Kevin Willis, Cameron Nixon, Warren King and Robert Mazzer all figure prominently in the current Driver to America series point standings.

It will be fought out by this group in the remaining races on the 2015-16 season schedule.

The Good Friday meeting at Trevan Ford Grafton Speedway also features the Easter trail for the popular Mod Lite cars.

Limited Sedans will race for honours in the Gold Cup, while other support categories at Grafton this weekend are Street Stocks, National Four Cylinder Sedans, Junior Sedans, Production Sedans and Litre Sprints.

Gates open on Good Friday at 3pm and first race is at 6pm.



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