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NSW MODIFIED SEDAN TITLE ADDS SIZZLE TO TRIPLE STATE TITLE NIGHT



After Valvoline Raceway’s recent commitment to run the Sydney City Slam for Modified Sedans on December 28 & 30 2019, Valvoline Raceway in conjunction with SSA NSW proudly announces that this event now doubles as the 2019/20 New South Wales Modified Sedan Title.

And what an opportunity it will be for the category with the NSW Sprintcar Championship and the NSW Late Model Championship also on the same night on December 30.

What was already going to be a major event has just been made even bigger and will attract a star-studded field of Modified Sedans to the iconic metropolitan venue.

This would have been the second time the Sydney venue would have hosted the NSW Title, however the previous attempt was rained out the morning of the event back in June 2018 - remarkably the New South Wales title hasn’t been run since so a phenomenal field is expected to converge on Sydney for the chance to lock in victory in this title.

The event will be held over two nights with numerous heats being held over both nights, before the B main determines the final 4 spots in the 24 car New South Wales Championship race.

The event carries are $10,000 prize purse with $2,000 being paid to the winner, $1,500 for second and $1,000 for third with prize money paid right down to last place in the A Main of $100.

For those that make the B Main however aren’t able to transfer will pick up $50 for their trouble.

The list of New South Wales Title winners since 2000 is a who's who:

2019 – Title not held
2018 – Washed out (Sydney)
2017 – Rodney Pammenter (Wahgunyah)
2016 – Rodney Pammenter (Lismore)
2015 – Event washed out
2014 – Bryan Galley (Nowra)
2013 – David Jacobi (Lismore)
2012 – Aidan Raymont (Lismore)
2011 – Title not held due to floods
2010 – Todd Doyle (Lismore)
2009 – Steve Price (Dubbo)
2008 – Steve Price (Gilgandra)
2007 – Michael Hally (Nowra)
2006 – Michael Hally (Lismore)
2005 – Peter Lack (Dubbo)
2004 – Bryan Learoyd (Gilgandra)
2003 – Steve Jordan (Lismore)
2002 – Ron Watts (Leeton)
2001 – David Jacobi (Wagga Wagga)
2000 – Jason Jolly (Gilgandra)

In addition to the Modified Sedans, Production Sedans will contest the Harbour City Hustle on January 1 and battle it out for a share of the $5,000 prize purse.

Both events will be run by Speedway Sedans NSW with the support of Ryan Harris and the Made Too Go Group during the Ultimate Sydney Speedweek Series.

Ultimate Sydney Speedweek Series dates:

December 26
December 28
December 30
January 1
January 4
January 11

Ultimate Sydney Speedweek “SSA Sedans” dates:

December 28 – Modified Sedans
December 30 – Modified Sedans
January 1 – Production Sedans

There’s plenty of tourist activities in Sydney while you’re here with New Year’s Eve able to be spent on the Harbour watching the annual fireworks spectacular.

** SSA Sedan event sup-regulations will be available in due course via Ryan Harris and SSA NSW.

We recommend that you stay with our preferred accommodation at the Holiday Inn Parramatta and phone (02) 9891 1277 and don’t forget to mention that you’re staying there for the Valvoline Raceway – Speedway rate.

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