Phil Barton takes out win in Super Sedans race once again at Broome Speedway

Cain AndrewsBroome Advertiser
Racers at Broome Speedway on July 9.
Camera IconRacers at Broome Speedway on July 9. Credit: Cain Andrews/Broome Advertiser

Despite being low on drivers over the weekend, racers at Broome Speedway still roared around the track, getting spectators up off their feet.

First up for the night was the Junior Quarter Midgets race with Lincoln Hoath crossing the line first, closely followed by Steven Kirk in second place and Arlo Hoath in third.

Sam Mills took home the win in the New Stars Junior race with relative Ayden Mills hot on his tail crossing the line second, followed by Alyssa Halliday in third.

Jack McGaffin also took home a win, crossing the line first in the New Star Juniors race.

It was an exciting race between the Street Stocks, with the lead changing from lap to lap but Curt Harris triumphed, closely followed by Mark Murray and Darren James in second and third respectively.

The Modlites race was another thriller, drivers putting put each other under pressure until the last lap where Rob Kirk crossed the finish line first, with Jason Webb second and Anna Elliott third.

At half-time the pits were opened to the public and crowds gathered to meet the racers and ask for pictures.

There were only two racers in the Productions event, with Dylan McLaughlin taking first place on the podium and Courtney Raynor runner-up.

Fan favourites the Super Sedans were up next with three racers participating.

Phil Barton took out the win but Harvey Oliver was close behind in second after being neck and neck with Barton. Aaron Jeffrey finished third.

And there was only one Wingless vehicle this time round but Jose Glasson tore up the track by himself, making some impressive corners and laps around the dirt.

The next Broome Speedway race night is on July 23.

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