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Youngsters Celebrate 2016-17 Season

Off the back of a hugely positive 2016-17 season, Junior Quarter Midgets Victoria held their annual presentation dinner at White Eagle House in Breakwater, Geelong last Saturday night.

Recognising the achievements of all of the young drivers, along with club members and volunteers, throughout the season, a hoard of awards were presented, including participation medals for each of the determined Novice A and Novice B competitors.

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Solid 2016-17 Season for Juniors

With 11 race meetings under their belt, the season has now come to a close for Junior Quarter Midgets Victoria, with 2016-17 producing consistent solid car counts and a number of new competitors.

Contesting the majority of shows Geelong’s Avalon Raceway, the first of which was back in November, the season got off to a great start, with a number of drivers delivering positive performances which they would continue to produce throughout upcoming race meetings.

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Youngsters Shine at Laang

Well done to all our racers on a successful, if not eventful, final race day of the season at Laang Speedway on Saturday!

There was some excellent battles across all classes, none more so than the Open 120 kids battling it out for the Vic Title! After some mixed results in the heats, and a little controversy in the final, it was Blake Balcombe that kept clear of most of the trouble and drove away to a well earned feature win! Jayden Lock stayed strong to claim second, while Chelsea Balcombe made it a brother and sister podium finish taking out third place.

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Robinson Enjoying Speedway Thrill

Currently contesting his debut season in Junior Quarter Midgets in the 160cc class, Declan Robinson is loving every minute of his new speedway racing campaign.

Being based in Lara, Victoria, right on the doorstep of Geelong’s Avalon Raceway, the 14-year-old racer has been a regular spectator over the years, closely following the career of Sprintcar racer Michael Cunningham and becoming a real student of the speedway game.

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Taylor Made for Speedway

It’s no wonder that fourth-generation racer Riley Taylor would eventually follow in his family’s tyre tracks by undertaking his own competitive racing career, with the youngster currently contesting his first season in Junior Quarter Midgets.

After making his debut at the beginning of the season in the Novice B class, where he picked up a number of wins, Riley progressed into the Novice A class within two race meetings and has steadily built up his confidence and become more competitive.

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O’Shannassy Made for Speedway

It was no wonder why Junior Quarter Midgets racer Koby O’Shannassy wanted to pursue competitive racing, having grown up in the speedway oriented town of Warrnambool in the south-west coast of Victoria.

After an impressive debut season in Novice A in the 2015-16 season, which saw him come away with two feature-race wins and consistently finish amongst the top three, seven-year-old O’Shannassy made the move into the 120cc Open class, where he has experienced a character building, but promising season, which has been highlighted by a fourth-place finish in the recent Australian Grand Prix.

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