The interest in the 203/24 Clay-per-view Sprintcar Speedweek continues to grow with South Australian racer Scott Enderl the latest driver to enter the five-night competition. With his team being based in Mount Gambier it makes sense for Enderl to commit to the series with all five nights conveniently located just a short drive from his home base of Mount Gambier. 

With Round 3 of Speedweek on December 28 at the Borderline Speedway, the event will provide the first time this season that Scott has been able to race at home following the recent cancellation of the South Australian Championship, an event that he was set to support via his business Clarend Transport. 

“I’m really looking forward to racing at home for the first time this season. The Speedweek competition will be tough but hopefully I can have a good night in front of my friends, my fans and for all my local sponsors” added Enderl. 

Already this season Enderl has been able to race at the remaining three tracks on the schedule with a pair of 13th placed results his best this season at both Avalon and Warrnambool. His two visits to Murray Bridge have been worth forgetting after being crashed out at the Battle of the Bridge before engine dramas struck after qualifying at his last appearance, therefore he will be hoping to make amends come Boxing Night. 

Mount Gambier’s Scott Enderl (S11) is the fourth full time driver confirmed for the five-night Clay-per-view Sprintcar Speedweek, joining Jessie Attard (N55), Texan Chase Randall (USA9) and fellow South Australian Chad Ely (S98). 

2023/24 Clay-per-view Sprintcar Speedweek Calendar: 

Nights 1 & 2 – December 26 & 27, 2023 – Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway (SA) 

Night 3 – December 28, 2023 – Borderline Speedway, Mount Gambier (SA) 

Night 4 – December 30, 2023 – Avalon Raceway, Lara (Vic) 

Night 5 (Final) – January 1, 2024 – Premier Speedway, Warrnambool (Vic) 



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