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Mentor Matheson

As one of the older drivers in his category, Junior Quarter Midgets racer PJ Matheson has taken it upon himself to be something of a mentor for his younger counterparts, helping to build their confidence by giving them as much advice as possible.

Currently running in the 160cc Open class, the 13 year old, from Werribee in Melbourne’s south-west, knows exactly what it’s like to be a newcomer to speedway racing and as such, he continually makes a conscious effort to help his fellow racers, taking them out on to the track during private practice sessions to allow them to race against him and put his tips into practice, therefore giving them added experience and confidence to pull off racing manoeuvres, such as taking to the highline to pass competitors on the outside.

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Weather Gods Smile on Youngsters

Thank you to the weather gods! Temp dropped friday for us to be able to run our meeting with a great car count and with some of the best racing this season

160s class saw PJ, Declan and Dekota tussel all day throughout the heats and had a awesome final with Declan running out winner with Dakota 2nd and PJ a close 3rd.

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Kids Continue Balcombe Speedway Tradition

A well-known surname throughout speedway circles in Victoria, the Balcombe family speedway racing tradition is well and truly being continued, with the family’s next generation of drivers currently racing in the Junior Quarter Midgets class.

Upgrading to their own cars in their second season with the class, after sharing two cars previously, Chelsea (10) and Blake (8), who currently contest the 120cc Open class, along with seven-year-old twins, Jamie, who contests Novice A, and Leah, who contests Novice B, have a rich history in Australian speedway, which has been passed down through three generations, beginning with their grandpa Gary Balcombe, who was instrumental in the commencement of the Wingless Sprints class.

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Big Weekend for JQMV

What a great weekend of racing for the AGP Saturday we had a great days racing at Laang with the Novice A and B combined with great racing from all competitors 120s had a great start to the weekend 160s put on a good demonstration between PJ and Declan.



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Mallacai’s Promising Debut

It’s been an encouraging debut for Junior Quarter Midgets racer Mallacai Windsor since joining the Novice A 120cc class earlier this season, having already achieved some promising results.

Despite suffering from Autism, the determined nine-year-old racer from Buninyong near Ballarat hasn’t been held back from chasing his passion for speedway racing and has already achieved a major milestone, collecting his maiden feature-race win at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway, along with a handful of minor podium results.

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Luckett Inspired by Role Models

It’s inspiration that has given Junior Quarter Midgets racer Dakota Luckett her determination to join the 160cc class this season, with the young lady striving to follow in the tyre tracks of her role models.

Having so far contested half-a-dozen race meetings at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway in her debut season, Luckett’s confidence in being able to hold her own against the boys steadily continues to grow and is further increased by seeing fellow female drivers excel in their fields against some of the best drivers in both Australia and America.

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