Tuesday, 17 July 2018

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It’s gearing up to be an exciting 2017-18 season for Adam Butler, as the former Wingless Sprint driver prepares to make the big step into 410 Sprintcars, achieving what has been a long-time ambition of his.

Having joined the speedway racing scene some 15 years ago, Butler is certainly not without experience as he embarks on his new venture into what is considered the pinnacle class of Australian speedway aboard the Qld # 10 Protect Insurance Services / SEQ Sportfishing Services backed Maxwill Racing Engines 410ci powered Cool car.

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Commencing his competitive racing career in Compact Speedcars in 2000, where he spent five seasons honing his skills, the 42-year-old racer became one of the inaugural Wingless Sprint members in the 2007-08 season, going on to experience great success in the class, with two NSW Titles, two Queensland Easter Trails and numerous Queensland and NSW Club Championships under his belt.

“The decision to step into Sprintcars has been a long time in the making and I couldn’t be more excited to get my debut season in the class underway,” enthused Butler, who resides on the Gold Coast in Queensland.

“This new challenge really is a dream come true and I have to thank my whole family for their amazing support in helping me to achieve it, along with each of my sponsors.

“The Sprintcar is extremely different from anything I’ve raced before, so I’m definitely going to have a lot to learn. My goal for this season is to gain as much knowledge as I can and get as many laps under my belt as possible, as well as hopefully qualifying for some feature races.”

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During the 2017-18 season, Butler plans to contest around 16 race meetings, the majority of which will take place at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway and Toowoomba’s Hi-Tec Oils Speedway, with the potential to contest some major interstate shows in NSW, Victoria and South Australia.

Butler is looking forward to making his 410 Sprintcar debut this Saturday night at Archerfield Speedway for the third round of the East Coast Logistics Series.

Butler would like to thank the following 2017-18 season sponsors: Protect Insurance Services, SEQ Sportfishing Services, and EFI Spares. Special thanks go to his wife Kellie and their son Josh, Scott Butler and his fiancé Sharina, and Kevin Titman.

To find out more about Butler and his team, LIKE them on Facebook by searching Butler Motorsport.

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