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BUNBURY - Western Australia

Pictures courtesy of Charles McKay

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This article was first published on 20th September 2007


 

  • Peter Hunter:

    "Bunbury Speedway is more known as a car speedway track mostly hosting Sprintcars, Speedcars (midgets) and Late Models, though it does occasionally host both solo and sidecar racing. The 530 metre long clay track, which is almost flat with next to no banking at all, played host to rounds of the old International Speedway Masters Series that was run in Australia from 1995-2000. Not surprisingly, with the length of the track one of the more successful motorcycle speedway riders to race there was the late Simon Wigg."

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