AFTER some 25 years, the Northern Territory Sprintcar Title is set to makes its return to Alice Springs for the 2023 running of the event at Arunga Park Speedway.
With Sprintcar racing being the strongest it has ever been for the Northern Territory, the return of the Northern Territory Title to the Alice Springs is a massive boost for the whole territory.
IT might have been a last-minute decision for Grant Anderson to contest last night’s Dance in the Desert event at Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs, but it was certainly a worthwhile decision in the end after he came away with the winning spoils.
When it comes to Sprintcars in Australia, all eyes are on the Northern Territory for the month of August, and this year is going to see the return of the Dance in the Desert event at Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs.
The interest and support for next month’s 2022 Northern Territory Wingless Sprint Title at Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs has certainly set the tone for this event being the biggest one yet.
For only the second occasion in the history of the Northern Territory Wingless Sprint Title, Arunga Park Speedway in Alice Springs will play host to the 2022 running of the event.
Despite the ominous rain clouds setting in over Alice Springs’ Arunga Park Speedway last Saturday night, a great crowd of spectators and drivers turned out for the President’s Cup event, which featured a variety of open wheel, sedan and bike classes.