The 30th Kings Sprint Car Challenge
18 January @ 5:00 pm
The Kings Challenge 18th January
The annual King’s Challenge at Borderline Speedway was conceived in 1995 after the very successful City of Mount Gambier Australian Sprint-Car Championship.
The Borderline Speedway club saw the need of a major club event; hence the King’s Challenge was born. The King’s Challenge was originally a two-night event. With the Grand Annual Sprint-Car Classic also being a two night event at the time (Four consecutive nights of racing)
With pressure on the teams to race 4 nights straight, the Borderline Speedway Club decided to put the King’s Challenge back to a one-night event. The King’s Challenge had traditionally been on the Friday before the Classic in Warrnambool.
In 2014 the Borderline Speedway club moved the King’s Challenge from a Friday to a Thursday night to accommodate the expansion of the now 3-night Grand Annual Sprint-Car Classic.
The King’s Challenge is a $10,000 to win event, attracting big names from Australia and the United States of America. With an ever-growing car count and every year, the racing getting more exciting, The Kings Challenge is a race you will not want to miss.
Gates open at 4.oo pm, racing starts at 5.oo pm.
Prices and bookings here: Venue Events (sevenclouds.com.au)