The 21st Annual Super Speedway Awards Night was held last Friday Night at the Leederville Oval, with Sprintcar driver Callum Williamson receiving the top honour of the Super Speedway driver of the year.
Racers, Crews, Officials and Sponsors were in attendance for the evening which recognised 7 racing divisions and the Demo Derby Championship for their efforts during the season.
The night began with Speedway Manager thanking officials and giving thanks to long time fire crew member Gary Stevens, who is retiring from volunteering. We thank Gary for all his efforts in his long career with us.
The Carbusters Demo Derby WA Championship was the first category to be recognised, with Luke Williams awarded the WA Title thanks to his 2 victories. Ben Williams was runner-up and Ryan Fanderlinden in third.
Competing in four rounds this season, Michael Keen was awarded the Track Championship for Limited Sprintcars, with Craig Bottrell runner-up and Mat Borgas third.
Red Pepper Promotion Wingless Sprints was awarded to Brendon Wedge from Matty Fellowes and young-gun Jye McKenzie.
The Buszan Brothers were 1-2 for Junior Sedans, with Brandon Buszan winning both events and the Track Championship from brother Jaxon. Olivia Earle was third, just the fourth female driver to podium in a Perth Motorplex track championship for any division.
Ryan Higgs was the class of Formula 500s this season and awarded the Track Championship win from Chris Dymock and Steven Ellement.
Maddington Toyota Sprintcars was taken out by Callum Williamson who completed an epic season, from Jason Kendrick and Jason Pryde.
Warren Oldfield was consistent, claimed wins and claimed the Track Championship from Ken Macpherson and Jay Cardy who once again made the podium.
The final track Championship award was for the Pool Shop Group Speedcars, with Tom Payet claiming the win from Alfie Gaudagnino and Dan Golding.
The Driver of the year was the next award, with the top 10 nominations read out to the room.
Matt Brown, Tom Payet, Kye Blight, Dayne Kingshott, Warren Oldfield, Callum Williamson, Jason Kendrick, Kaiden Manders, Brad Blake and James Inglis were all nominated for the driver of the year.
The top 3 were the unveiled, with Kye Blight third, Tom Payet runner-up and Callum Williamson awarded the Driver of the Year.
Gavin Migro once again thanked everyone for their support and work during the season, and outlined plans for the next season which includes the Australian Sprintcar Championship and World Series Sprintcars Grand Final in February next year.