Parsons USA bound


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AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA. For fans that listen to the Junior Victorian Motocross KAJX.NET broadcasts commentator Zac Parsons will not be doing the call this weekend optioning for a chance of a lifetime calling his native speedway.

“Time to let the cat out of the bag has been a long time to wait,” stated an excited Zac Parsons, “This coming Thursday I will fly out of Melbourne America bound for the opportunity of a lifetime.

As many of you know I have a massive passion for my speedway commentary and I am ecstatic to let everyone know that I have been given the opportunity to travel to Southern Illinois Raceway and join the announcement team for the 2018 Engler Machine and Tool Highbanks Hustle.

This is the biggest winged micro sprint race in the country and I am over to the moon to have been given this opportunity to join this great facility for such a prestigious event

I can not thank Jake Palmisano and the team at SIR for the chance to be able to follow my dream and commentate in America

Also a big thank you to Frank Galusha for helping make this trip happen and putting in a good word for me and also putting me up while I am stateside.

I will get to travel over the country with before and after the event to witness some of the best micro sprint racing and hopefully midget racing to

I can’t thank those who helped me get to where I am today you all know who you are and I can not repay you enough for backing me from the start especially the formula 500 club of Victoria Ash Sinclair as if it were not for you guys I would not have been recognised and Rikki Stewart as he was the first person to ever give me a go at being behind the mic

Also, a big thanks go out to Mum and dad for helping me get my trip sorted and the people behind me on the trip also, Southwest 4×4, Steve Conroy jaycon contracting, Steve Mora Mora Mechanical Service Cobden.” Concluded Parsons.


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