The attention now turns to the 2013 Qld Modified Sedan Title at Kingaroy this Friday and Saturday nights, 5th & 6th April. Racing from 6pm on Friday and from 5pm on Saturday nights. Headlining the nominations is defending Qld Champion Victorian driver Mark Carlin and of course having his first run after winning the Australian Modified Sedan title in grand style will be Aidan Raymont. In fact all 5 placegetters from Toowoomba last weekend will be backing up to compete this weekend at Kingaroy.
67 nominations are confirmed starters for the Modified Sedan Title – in no particular order – Darren Baldwin, David Barbeler, Travis Barron, Gavin Fletcher, Chris Hams, Danny Hurt, Brad Scorgie, Steven Zahl, Shane Dennis, Luke Hollyman, Nathan MacDonald, Robert Trapp, Jason Flikweert, Tegan Jennings, Jamie O’Meara, Jarrod Peacock, Jessica Raymont, Nathan Barbeler, Ashley Barron, Daniel Evans, Stephen Geritz, TJ Horne, Neil Klein, Brad Stein, Darren Ciesiolka, Peter Gray, Kerry Lack, Shane MacDonald, Rodney Pammenter, Brett Baxter, Gavin Lorensen, Glenn Pagel, Aidan Raymont, Mark Raymont, Wayne Fischer, Jason Beer, Darren White, Darren Pearson, Brody Thomsen, Todd Doyle, Allan Nash, Darryl Etherden, Lee Volk, Travis Hutchison, Quintin Clarke, Steven Downes, Greg Worling, Johnno Collins, Allan Mortimer, Daniel Drewett, Brendon Bayfield, Russell Harris, Shayne Truin, Shannon Blackburn, Craig Franz, Joel Thomas, Mark Ferguson, Michael Jenner, Dennis Shallcross, Brett Barron, Matthew Hawkings, Ross Bullimore, David Jacobi, Steven Quirk, Trevor Mills, Rodney Burr, Mark Carlin.
Support racing will be provided by 40 cars competing in the Australian Grand Prix event which is open to both Production Sedans and Street Sedans. All cars/drivers must meet the requirements of their own particular specification. This is the second running of this highly successful event at Kingaroy.
Joining the action on Saturday night will be 16 V8 Dirt Modifieds who always please the crowd with their no holes barred racing style.
There is something for everyone, even for those who are unable to attend the event, the ever popular Live Audio will be available via the internet – sponsored by Sprintcar World and bought to you by many willing hands who have managed to get this organised – thanks go to South Burnett Speedway, QSCA and Krissy Keir. A link will be posted on Friday as to where to log in to the Live Audio.