Davey Ray last weekend made it three wins from three starts for the American contingent and the WA Speedcar Pro Series rounds were a clean sweep for the USA trio. Alex Bright took out the Magic Man 34 race that doubled as the opening round while the second round at Collie the previous night was taken out by fellow countryman Casey Suman, with Ray becoming the third American as he took out the win in the Bunbury round three event. Ray advanced from seventh position on the grid to pass pole sitter and early leader Dayne Kingshott after lap twenty and in the process aimed the hard charger award for passing the most cars. Kingshott held on for second split the Americans as Alex Bright came home third while Shuman came home fourth.
Last night at Collie Speedway Casey Shuman in the Travis White owned #38 machine outlasted and outraced all other competitors as he claimed victory in the second round of the inaugural Speedcar Pro Series. Second home was Australian Champion Neville Lance who had a barnstorming run through the heats while Alex Bright backed up his round one win to round out the podium.
One of the biggest events on the Australian speedcar calendar will be decided this weekend at the Perth Motorplex with the seventh annual running of the Magic Man 34 tribute race in honor of the late, great Michael Figliomeni.