After making his Australian Sprintcar debut during the 2022/23 edition of the Clay-Per-View Speedweek Series Waco, Texas teenager Chase Randall will return this Summer to contest the five-night tournament that will begin at the Murray Machining and Sheds Murray Bridge Speedway on Boxing Day.

Prior to the Speedweek opener last season the “Quickest Chicken” had never piloted a 410ci Sprintcar, having only competed in 360ci Sprintcars back home, but he quickly adapted to the higher horsepower race cars completing a stunning opening night finishing fourth at Murray Bridge. Randall would then go on to finish fifth at Mount Gambier before recording a pair of sixth placings at Avalon and Warrnambool. When the week was completed, Randall sat fifth overall on the Speedweek points chart, only defeated by the likes of Jock Goodyer, Jamie Veal, Locky McHugh and Luke Dillon.

Since returning to the United States Randall has enjoyed a career best year and he will return to Australia full of confidence on the back of several outstanding results. During our Winter months Randall secured the Knoxville Raceway 360ci Track Championship and Husets 410 Track Championship on the back of 4 wins, he was named the Knoxville Nationals Rookie of the Year and he given the opportunity to drive for Paul Silva in the famous #57, as a substitute for Kyle Larson during the World of Outlaw races in California.

Chase Randall is one of the hottest young prospects in American Sprintcar racing and he will be one of the drivers to watch during this year’s Sprintcar Speedweek and knowing that he has now raced at each of the venues previously he will be a tough proposition for his competition.

The 2023/24 Sprintcar Speedweek will consist of five nights of racing kicking off at Murray Bridge over two nights on December 26 & 27 before night 3 at the Borderline Speedway at Mount Gambier on December 28. Rounds 4 and 5 will take place in Victoria with the series visiting Geelong’s Avalon Raceway on December 30 with the traditional Grand Final on New Years Day at the Premier Speedway in Warrnambool.



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