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Tyrepower Manjimup Speedway set for a bumper 2022/23 season

Melissa PedeltyManjimup-Bridgetown Times
David Fall won the Make Smoking History Street Stock Stampede at Manjimup Speedway last season.
Camera IconDavid Fall won the Make Smoking History Street Stock Stampede at Manjimup Speedway last season. Credit: Murray Parke/Supplied

Manjimup is revving with excitement in anticipation of the 2022/23 speedway season which is sure to draw crowds of more than 400 people across six big events.

The Tyrepower Manjimup Speedway season will be highlighted with WA Wingless Sprints State Title on the new year’s long weekend and the WA Production Sedan State Title on the Australia Day long weekend.

Attendees can expect to see super sedans, street stocks, wingless sprints, productions, supermods, modified sedans, legend cars, and juniors race for podium finishes across each of the events.

TMS secretary Rose Moyle said the club was in for a big season, hosting two State titles which was a rare and exciting occurrence for the well respected club.

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“Probably one of the biggest seasons we’ve had in quite a while, a couple of State titles and a couple of big sedan series,” she said. “Cars will come from all around the State.”

Ms Moyle said the speedway is likely to see more than 400 people at each event and up to 1200 people at the State titles, with the Production Sedan State Title expected to see up to 90 cars racing on the track across the long weekend.

She said to follow their Facebook page for news about the upcoming events and to keep an eye out for the flyers around town to avoid missing an unforgettable season.

The first event for TMS is set to be held on November 5, the second round of the inaugural Southern Sedan Showdown. All eyes will be on Josh Fraser of Bullsbrook in the production sedans who finished first in round one, leading the 2021/22 grand champion Aydan Trewern of Albany.

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