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BERRI & RENMARK
* Prices include stamp duty and 3 months country registration
Grant 0404 059 715
Vicki 0407 721 328
Michael 0417 840 826
1270 Old Sturt Hwy, Berri - Murtho St, Renmark LMVD 46
2011 Holden Cruze SRi-V
1.4 litre turbo petrol engine, Hatchback
6 speed automatic transmission, 17
inch alloy wheels, fog lights, leather
seats, front seat warmers and SATNAV,
2012 Mitsubishi Outlander
2012 Mitsubishi LS AWD, 2.4 litre Petrol
engine, CVT, Cargo Barrier, 61,100kms.
Full service history, Great family car!
2013 Hyundai Santa Fe
2.2 Litre CRDi engine, 6 speed auto
transmission, 7 seats, too many
features to list. Rare vehicle, a must see!
2014 Holden VF International
3.0 litre V6 Engine, Limited Edition Sportwag-
on, Leather seats, 19" alloy wheels, tinted
windows, cargo liner, factory warrany and
roadside assist until June 2019, company
demo. 10,500kms. S577BBN
2012 Holden SS-V Z-Series
VE Series II, 6 litre V8, 6 speed automatic
transmission, black leather interior,
sunroof tted, 19" forged alloy wheels,
brembo brake upgrade, 71,000kms.
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Phone Nos: AH __________________________ Mobile ____________________________
Make of Car/Bike:__________________________________________________Year:__________
Body Style:__________________________________________ Rego No:____________________
ENTRY FEE: $15.00 per Car/Bike... includes 1 only hamburger & soft drink per entry
Please complete this Entry Form and return it before Tues 24th March by post to Riverside Rodders
P.O. Box 120, Barmera S.A. 5345 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to 8588 7199
(these options preferred) or presented at Registration at Bruce Oval, Barmera but entry must be advised
Entry Fee payable at Registration from 9.30am on the day.
Sunday March 29th 2015
Promoted by Riverside Rodders
ASRF Sanction No: 1/15
ENTRANTS agree that on acceptance of their entry they shall release Riverside Rodders and all persons connected with
the organizaton of the Riverland Cars ‘n’ Bikes Day from all liabilites for any damage that may occur to either property
or persons. Entrants also accept that the promoter reserves the right to refuse any entry without necessarily assigning a
reason. Entrants further agree to accept all directons and decisions made by the event organizers during the course of
the Riverland Cars ‘n’ Bikes Day.
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Which Class do you consider your Car/Bike to be in? Tick one box only
Vintage Car Pre ‘79 Historic/Classic Bike
Post ‘79 Modern Bike
Pre ‘79 Aust Classic (Standard) Pre ‘79 Aust Classic (Modifed)
Pre ‘79 Other Classic (Standard) Pre ‘79 Other Classic (Modifed)
Post ‘79 Modern Car
Other required informaton:
: Will you take part in the “Early Arrivals Cruise “ Saturday 28th arvo? Yes No. of people
: Will you be atending the “Meet ‘n’ Greet” with steak sandwiches ($5) Sausages & Onions ($2)
and drinks available at our clubrooms from 6.00pm on Saturday 29th? Yes No. of people
The Sunday Cars ’n’ Bikes Day program with Saturdays Cruise & Meet ‘n’ Greet informaton will be available
via email and our Facebook page early in 2015 - for further info on the weekend phone 0419 807 837
THE Riverland's motorsport
was given extra publicity after
it was spruiked by a local MP in
Member for Chaffey Tim
Whetstone spoke about the Arena
Cross, organised by the Riverland
Junior Motorcycle Club, during a
speech to parliament last month.
He said the first Arena Cross in
the Riverland used a new track set
up by the community and members
of the Riverland Junior Motorcycle
Mr Whetstone paid tribute to
the "hard work and dedication" of
those who created the track and the
concept and said the event, held on
Saturday, February 21, drew riders
from across South Australia, New
South Wales and Victoria.
"For those of you who have not
seen motorbikes racing under lights,
there is a lot of noise, a lot of smell
and a lot of dust, but it is great fun,
and on a very short, small circuit it
is very spectator friendly," he said.
"The open was won by Tyler
Lange, a local lad, followed closely
by Josh Spanos.
"The juniors was won by Jet
Anderson, a lad from over on the
Yorke Peninsula and a great asset
to the Yorke Peninsula, and he was
followed up by a lot of the local
competitors close behind.
"So, it was a great specta-
cle and another great event in the
Mr Whetstone also spoke about
the Dash 4 Cash and the Dinghy
Derby, both held on the Renmark
river front at the end of January.
Mr Whetstone said the Dash 4
Cash was "something to behold" for
those who had not seen it.
"The event is now almost an
international drawcard with the
introduction of the Red Bull racing
team in the Riverland," he said.
"It has had a significant presence
on national TV and now in interna-
tional documentation and really is
drawing the attention of all in the
motorsport and watersport world."
Mr Whetstone said the 35th annu-
al Dinghy Derby was an "adrenaline
rush" with some of the dinghies rac-
ing at speeds over 100km/h.
"The event also attracts boats to
the region from all over," he said.
"(From) Western Australia,
Victoria and New South Wales and
internationally, people are looking
at it and considering coming to the
MP spruiks Riverland's motorsport
Continued from page 16
From the start, Sheen led
Aguis and they battled hard
until an unsuccessful attempt by
Agius to go around the outside
of turn two resulted in a slight
tag of the wall.
The race remained unevent-
ful, with Hammerstein winning,
and established a 12-lap record
from Sheen and Allen.
Lightning sprints were con-
testing night one of the Des
James Memorial as well as the
final night of the King of the
The night was dominated by
Nick Hall, who claimed both
heat wins as well as the pole
shuffle to set the grid for the
The 12-lap feature looked like
being another easy one for Hall,
who after five laps had the length
of the straight gap over the field.
However, the red lights came
on the following lap after a
crash in turn one.
Jeff Pipikpos spun the #77
and Michael Buxallen tried to
avoid but he tagged the wall and
laid the #6 machine on its side.
The red lights were back on
two laps later after Steve Agars
made contact with the wall on
the exit of turn two and rolled.
Agars wasn't as lucky and
was towed infield.
A lap after the restart and
Pipikos spun again, this time at
turn four and due to causing two
stoppages, was sent infield.
From here, Hall easily pulled
a gap over the field and went
on to win by the length of the
straight ahead of Chris James,
Buxallen and Chris Quinton.
Hall also claimed the King of
the Riverland ahead of Buxallen
and Jason Wilson.
Formula 500s had seven cars
contesting their two heats and
15-lap feature race, with all
three races going lights to flag.
Lachie Cates was victorious
in heat one and Patrick Merret
claimed heat two.
After several laps Merret had
built up a manageable gap to
Cates and he was able to hold
for the remainder of the race and
set a 15-lap track record.
The pocket rocket Modlites
were back to entertain the crowd
with seven drivers in attendance.
After many years of building
race cars, it seemed as though
Mick Lewis found another talent
as a driver.
The 12-lap feature had
the point scorer starting from
the rear, which meant Garth
Raymond and Ty Forrestal start-
ed from the front row and Bruce
Adams and Brian Chadwick
started from row two, with
Robert Hardy and Lewis from
The red lights came on before
turn one when Chadwick spun
after a slight touch from Lewis.
The race made it to five laps
to go when drivers were warned
by the chief steward that the
next yellow would result in the
race being declared.
Adams, who had been in the
lead for several laps, was passed
by Lewis, who went on to win
Trevor and Marty Raams,
John Burton and Tony Schmidt
were joined by Kelsey Allen and
David Haseldine in the modified
Schmidt won both heats and
started the feature from pole
position, as John Burton failed
to start heat one after the gear
leaver broke. In the feature,
Schmidt wasn't challenged for
the lead and won easily.
The race was red flagged with
six laps to go after Allen made
contact with the front straight
wall and lost her right front tyre.
Trevor Raams finished sec-
ond behind Schmidt, followed
by Haseldine and Burton.
Darren Flatman won his place
in the record book early after
winning heat one in the street
stocks. That time was soon beat-
en by Cade Cox, who won heat
two just two second quicker
Flatman and Cox started the
feature from the front row, fol-
lowed by Tony Prideaux, Gareth
Stewart, Adam Haseldine and
Flatman was slow to get away
in the second start attempt and
was third by turn one.
He then ran the wall through
turns three and four before
making contact with Stewart
as they crossed the line and
Flatman received a bad sports-
For several laps Cox tried dif-
ferent lines to try and get past
On lap eight Cox was able
to get through turn two only to
have a half spin exiting turn four
and dropping back to second.
During the last lap, contact
between Cox and Prideaux exit-
ing turn two caused Flatman to
dive inside of Cox into turn three.
Prideaux went on to win, but
debate was over the remaining
places due to the late contact.
Flatman was penalised two
spots and Cox was reinstated
into second position. Third went
to Stewart ahead of Flatman,
Haseldine and Seidel in sixth.
The next Sunline Speedway
meet will be on April 11
with the running of the South
Australian Late Model Title.
Also featuring during the
program is round four of the
Robert Gwynne Memorial Track
Championship for junior sedans,
formula 500s, modified sedans,
street stocks, modlites as well as
the figure eight ramp race.
For more information con-
tact Rob Stevens and Jen Lemar
on 0412 474 289, or visit the
Sunline Speedway facebook
page and website.
Lucky 13 at
Local racer Paige Goldsack-Gwynne participating in the Sunline
Junior sedan drivers used their event to support beyondblue.
PHOTOS: Paris Charles
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