From Alice Springs to the world stage, James McFadden certainly has come a long way since his Dirt Kart days, but later this month, the local turned internationally renowned 410 Sprintcar racer will return to his old stomping ground to take to the Arunga Park Speedway track for the $20,000 Dance in the Desert event.
With the off season well and truly upon us, Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs (NT) is already looking ahead to the 2018-19 season, which will commence in sensational fashion next month with the 410 Sprintcars Dance in the Desert.
Arunga Park Speedway recently at the Alice Springs Convention Centre celebrated their 2017-18 season with all classes that competed at the Alice Springs, NT venue acknowledged for their achievements at the annual presentation night.
Last Saturday night’s fourth running of Ladies Night at Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs was judged a huge success with competitors and spectators alike embracing the annual event.
The 2018 Dance in the Desert makes a return to Arunga Park Speedway, Alice Springs on the Thursday night of August 30 and venue management are currently calling for expressions of interest for the major Sprintcar event which will carry $20,000 in prize and tow money.
Interstater Sam Brumfield emerged victorious at last Saturday night’s Wild Wayne 20-20 Street Stock event at Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs.