A bolstered field of 25 AMCA Nationals drivers turned out at Moama’s Heartland Raceway last Saturday night for the 2019-20 season running of their NSW Title, and it was home-state representative Tony Blanch who managed to snare the crown after a hard-charging performance.
It was certainly a fruitful first visit to Darwin’s Northline Speedway last weekend for Raymond Kime, who proved that he didn’t need track experience in order to emerge victorious in last Saturday night’s Greener Grass NT AMCA Nationals Title and continue what has been one of his strongest seasons yet.
While Mother Nature certainly made her presence known during Declan Brownsey’s recent American racing campaign, the expat New Zealander never failed to prove his consistency each time he took to the track in the U.M.P. Modifieds class, picking up a number of encouraging results.
In what was a great credit to the AMCA Nationals class and the talent within, the recent Australian Speedway Awards at the Adelaide Convention Centre in South Australia saw current Australian Champion Matt Hardy recognised as the 2019 Modified Competitor of the Year.