Quit Collie Speedway - Calendar

Quit Collie Speedway - Calendar

Merry Christmas &

Happy New Year

From the members and drivers at Collie Speedway we would like to wish you our spectators a very Merry Christmas and Prosperous New Year

Join us in January as we prepare to farewell the Kentucky Colonel Steve Francis in The USA vs AUS Late Model Invasion Jan 19th 2018


King Wins Modified Season Opener

Anthony King has stormed home to win the

opening round of the 2017/2018 GWN7 WA

Modified Sedan Series held last night at the

Quit Collie Speedway.

King defeated Calon Ball and Adam Houston in the main event with the Modified Sedans turning on a great spectacle throughout the evening at the South West venue.

Ten Modified Sedans were on hand for the opening round of the series with five time series champion Aydan Trewern suffering mechanical problems in hot laps which put him out for the rest of the night.

continue reading                                           Story By Allan Smallwood

Oldfield Wins Christmas Cup

Jamie Oldfield proved too good on Saturday night at the Quit Collie Speedway, winning the Street Stock Feature race in a small, yet qualify field.

Cody Avins would win a thrilling opening heat, defeating Ethan Genev and Paul Briggs, before Oldfield showed his dominance winning the second and third qualifying heats. Genev who finished second in heat two, would not be seen again after suffering mechanical issues on the final lap, while former State Champion, Wayne Thomson, also did not re-appear after the second heat.

Continue Reading                                Story By Jason Crowe SSA Media


Sayer Wins Action Packed Production Feature

Kyle Sayer has won the final Production Sedan Feature Race at the Quit Collie Speedway on Saturday night, prior to the Speedway Sedans WA State Title at the same venue in a months time.

A large field of Production Sedans fronted the Coalfields venue, and they did not disappoint on a cold and windy Saturday night, which would later in the evening be affected by rain.

Wayne Leviston would win the opening heat convincingly from Kane McDiarmid and Paul Stevens, before former National Champion, Rod Musarra took out heat two, defeating State Champion, Drew Ogle and Kyle Sayer.

Continue Reading                                Story By Jason Crowe SSA Media