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Broome Speedway prepares to host Australian Modlite Title as season kicks-off with first meet

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Broome Speedway's first races of the 2022 season.
Camera IconBroome Speedway's first races of the 2022 season. Credit: Cain Andrews/Broome Advertiser

Broome Speedway has returned with its first event of the year taking place on Saturday night with go-karts, modlites and street racers going head to head.

The even kicked off with the Junior Quarter Midgets race with Steven Kirk coming in first place closely followed by Brinley McGaffin Jnr.

Next was the go-karts with Michelle Rainey-Barton beating the rest for first place among the juniors, family member Carlia Rainey-Barton followed her in second place and Piper Radke made it across the line thrid.

Dan Harris was the winner in the senior go-kart race with Ben Rainey-Barton and Phil Barton coming second and third.

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Jamikah Darcy won out the New Star Juniors race with Ayden Mills coming runner-up and Sam Mills in third place.

The street stocks were the biggest division for the night, with Jim Dixon taking the win, closely followed by Curt Harris and Eric Wade in second and third place.

Because of a lack of competitors in both the productions and modified racers they raced against each other with Jhye Kent wining out of the productions and Dylan McLaughlin coming second.

Some drivers had issues with their vehicles with a number of break downs occurring during the night as is to be expected during the first race of the season.

The Speedway has a number of events slated over the coming months with the Australian Modlite Title being held next month on May 26 to 28.

There will also be an event for Shinju Mansuri on Friday September 9 and Saturday September 10.

The race season will wrap up at the start of October with a demolition derby taking place at the speedway on Saturday October 1.

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