Australian Solo Speedway Finale – Live

By |2019-01-12T14:20:44+00:00January 12th, 2019|Categories: BLOG|

It has been an action-packed start of the year for Australian Solo Speedway with the epic five-round journey ending tonight (12 January 2018). The series kicked off in South Australia at Gilman on the 3rd of January, then Victorian leg started Mildura on the 5th, Undera on the 7th and Wodonga on the 9th has paved the way for the finale at Kurri Kurri New South Wales.

Max Fricke has won three of the four rounds (Gillman, Undera, Wodonga) while Chris Holder claimed a win in Mildura. Max Fricke leads the series by eight points over Rohan Tungate with Chris Holder sitting in third one point of second place.

For fans who can’t make it to the Kurri Kurri venue, you can catch the action live via NRG-TV 7pm.

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