The December 2019 edition of the rulebook is now available.

All these changes are in purple text so they can be easily identified.

A brief summary of the changes are as follows: - 

Licence Fees 
The licence fee structure has changed to reflect the reduction in Officials licences to $25

Speedway Sedans Australia Field Sizes 
Maximum field sizes for SSA events have increased, from 12 cars to 16

Speedway Sedans Australia Protest Rules 
SSA has its own separate protest rules in place relating to chassis an engine, which have been clarified in Appendix 3A in this latest edition

Speedway Sedans Australia Social Media Policy 
An updated version of the Social Media policy applicable to all Speedway Sedans Australia Competition

One-Way Communication 
An amendment to the penalty matrix for one-way communication, with drivers now receiving a rear of field penalty for non-compliance, as opposed to the previous black flag penalty. 

Download the rulebook now by clicking here.












Two-Time Australian Sprintcar Champion Dave Murcott makes a welcome return to World Series Sprintcar competition as a contracted driver in 2019/20, piloting the famed Victory Lane Racegear V88 Sprintcar Team

Statistically one of the most consistent drivers to ever contest World Series Sprintcar competition, Murcott has never won an outright series crown, with a best result of 2nd Overall in both 2010/11 and 2014/15. However, with nine World Series Main Event wins to his name, the current Victorian Sprintcar Champion looks set to break his duck in season 2019/20, and challenge for that elusive first WSS Title.

Dave Murcott marks the eighth contracted driver to be confirmed for World Series Sprintcars in 2019/20.

The most successful driver in World Series Sprintcars history makes his long-awaited return as a contracted driver in 2019/20 – Brooke Tatnell is back, piloting the V55 for Mount Gambier based Scott Motorsport.

Regarded by many as one of the greats of Australian Sprintcar racing, nine-time World Series champion Tatnell contested the inaugural series way back in 1987, finally securing his first crown in 1994/95. Brooke Tatnell is also part of the only father and son combination to ever win a World Series Championship, with his father George taking back to back titles in the late 1980’s.

Having shown promising speed in the six events contested last season, the combination of Brooke Tatnell, Ashley Scott and the Scott Motorsport team will be looking to hit the ground running in 2019/20, as Brooke chases a 10th World Series Sprintcar title to cap off his illustrious career.

Brooke Tatnell is the ninth contracted driver confirmed for World Series Sprintcars in 2019/20. 

Posted: 6/12/2019