BUNBURY SPEEDWAY 1993
1993 - FRM BUILDS THE GENERAL A CENTURA
Photos: Brian Moyle.
1993 - SOUTH WESTERN TIMES NEWSPAPER REPORTED
1993 - COMEBACK TRAIL: Racing driver Brian Lee tests the new cars suspension with Brian Moyle from FRM
1993 - TRI CITY CHALLENGE
The opening meeting at Bunbury Speedway for the 1993 - 1994 season saw the running of the Tri City Challenge for Super Sedans.
The feature race ran from green to checquer without a re-start, West Australian Ben Ludlow would conclusively win the event in his EB Falcon from fellow West Australian Robbie Gray in his Pontiac, New South Wales driver Paul O'neil would claim third followed by Peter Logue from Victoria.
Drivers from left to right Paul Oneil - Peter Logue - Ben Ludlow - Robbie Gray. Photo: unknown.
1993 > 1994 - WORLD SERIES SPRINTCARS
November of 1973 and the World Series Sprintcar Championship was back at Bunbury Speedway, with a list of 15 contracted drivers out of the east as well as the best the west had to offer, this was going to be a huge event.
Gary Rush from New South Wales.
Current Australian Sprintcar Champion: Ron Krikke - The Bunbury Bullet.
Shane Murphy in the Steve and Debbie Woods owned Bunbury based sprintcar.
Terry Cutts from Manjimup.
1993 - DARRYL KRIKKE Sprintcars
FRMedia photo feature
1993 - TREVOR FREEMAN Street Sedans
1993 - WA 1 Trevor Freeman in Street Sedans. Photo: Peter French.
Barry Thomson recalls: during the early 1990's while doing the handicappers job at Bunbury Speedway, we had a system of drawing the grid positions out of the hat, On ths one night we did the draw, all ligit, and it just so happened that one of our true characters in the club, "Jacko" had draw the pole, but before he was told, I whispered in his ear, Hey Jacko get me a humburger and I will make sure you get a pole, Ten minutes later Jacko hands me over a hamburger and winks at me.