This Saturday night, May 19 the annual Howie Memorial for Standard Saloons will be one of three major feature events on the program for race fans with the Queen of the Murray for Ladies Sedan racing and the annual Super Sedan feature event also taking place on the night.
The Howie Memorial has attracted some strong competitors from around the North East and some even strong competitors from down south for what will be a terrific feature event.
Warrick Howie who won this past weekend in Alexandra will lead Brendon Eames, The Joosten Boys, Micheal Fleming-Robertson and Tom Kuhne up against the likes of Scott Whittle, Russell Hill and Nick Chrystie who will all travel from the south of the state.
Chrystie is the Victorian champion and won his number one plate at Wahgunyah this season at the state championship and he is in need of a top three finish as he closes in on the state point score championship.
Whilst Whittle and Hill are not the sort of drivers who will move aside to give an easy win, they are coming to try and beat each other and the before mentioned Howie.
In Super Sedan action Mick Nicola Jnr is gunning for a season long point score victory and will have to defeat his father Mick Snr to win this Saturday.
Brad Wicks from Bendigo might have other ideas about either of them taking the win and the fans should be treated to a great nights racing.
Queen of the Murray competitors include Gemma Laidlaw who is super keen to win this race, Georgette Meunier, Belinda Chalcraft and Shelby Collins are all in a line-up of ten very competitive ladies.
Alyce Iaria, Fleur Heiner, Emily Porter, Kayla Mannix Ash Bunt and Tay Cummins complete a tough field to pick a winner from.
Sports Sedans, Goulburn Ovens Sedans Association and Junior Sedans are the support classes in what will be a ripper race meeting.
Enquires should be made to 0407 666 293 with public gates open from Midday, racing starts at 3pm.
Gate prices this season are adults $25, Family for 2 adults and 3 kids up to 16 years old $60, Aged Pensioners $15 and children from the age 12 to 16 is $15 and under 12 free.