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Madsen Takes Title Tilt

From Ken Brown

Kerry Madsen made his first drive for the Kendrick 92.9 Racing Team this summer a winning one when he annexed the Western Australian Sprintcar Championship down at the Coates Hire Bunbury Speedway last Saturday November 20.

Madsen becomes only the second interstater – joining fellow New South Welshman Garry Brazier (1993-94) – to take the state title honours.

Shaun Bradford – whose father (Ian) and grandfather (Noel) have both been WA Champions – came home second ahead of Jason Kendrick, Carl Dowling, David Priolo, Ben Ellement, Mark Wells, Luch Monte, David Hall, Darren Mewett, Steven Ford, Sheldon Brady and Adyme Harvey in the 30-lap A Main.

The meeting also scored points for the season long AHG Sprintcar Series.

In the absence of Ian Madsen (away running World Series Sprintcars) Luch Monte has gone back to the top of the standings ahead of Mark Wells, Ben Ellement, Sheldon Brady and Jason Kendrick.

The fifth round of the Championship will be held this coming Saturday (November 27) at the Perth Motorplex with the 29th running of the King of Wings event.

AHG SPRINTCAR SERIES POINTSCORE (After Round #4)
1. Luch Monte 583
2. Mark Wells 568
3. Ben Ellement 555
4. Sheldon Brady 531
5. Jason Kendrick 524
6. Jamie Maiolo 509
7. Steven Ford 506
8. Bradley Maiolo 486
9. Ken Sartori 460
10. Ian Madsen 451
11. Darren Mewett 443
12. Nathan Brady 437
13. David Hall 437
14. David Priolo 410
15. Carl Dowling 398
16. David Ellement 393
17. Greg Hall 391
18. Shaun Bradford 368
19. Steven Lines 363
20. Kris Coyle 310
21. Trevor Reynolds 262
22. Adyme Harvey 247
23. Robert Watson Jr 236
24. Jason Boland 233
25. Callum Williamson 229
26. Scott Reilly 215
27. Kye Scroop 192
28. Ben Dickson 167
29. Kerry Madsen 158
30. Troy Lawson 151

AHG SPRINTCAR SERIES STATISTICS
2010-11 SEASON
FEATURE RACE WINS
1 – Shaun Bradford, Luch Monte, Ian Madsen, Kerry Madsen

FAST TIMES
1 – Ian Madsen, Steven Lines, Ken Sartori, Jamie Maiolo

ALL-TIME FEATURE WINS
36 – Ryan Farrell
20 – Jamie Maiolo
14 – Michael Figliomeni
13 – Luch Monte
10 – Robbie Farr
9 – Max Dumesny, Brooke Tatnell
8 – Kerry Madsen
6 – Donny Schatz, Ken Sartori
5 – Dean Jacobs, Shaun Bradford
4 – Paul McMahan, Mark Wells, Ben Ellement
3 – Jason Johnson, Ian Madsen
2 – Terry Cutts, Jeff Leisk, Carl Dowling, Mick Goode, David Priolo
1 – Trevor Green, Brad Furr, Jason Meyers, Shane Murphy, Keith Kauffman, Pino Priolo, Daryn Pittman, Greg Wilson, Wayne Johnson, Jesse Hockett, Allan Nash, Scott Milling, Peter Lack, Mark Dobmeier, Chad Blonde, Daryl Clayden, Garry Brazier, Steven Lines, Kris Coyle, Steven Ford, Todd Waddell

ALL-TIME FAST TIMES
16 – Jamie Maiolo
15 – Ryan Farrell
9 – Ben Ellement, Ken Sartori
6 – Max Dumesny, Donny Schatz
5 – Michael Figliomeni, Jeff Leisk, Luch Monte
4 – David Priolo, Jason Johnson
3 – Dean Jacobs, Robbie Farr, Kris Coyle
2 – Brad Furr, Garry Brazier, Paul McMahan, Brock Mayes, David Ellement, Kerry Madsen, Steven Lines
1 – Skip Jackson, Phil March, Alan Haynes, Daryn Pittman, Pino Priolo, Veronica McCann, Greg Hall, Warrenne Ekins, Jack Dover, Paul McMahan, Todd Wanless, Shaun Bradford, Jason Kendrick, Ian Madsen

RESULTS – ROUND BY ROUND
Round #1 – Perth Motorplex – Saturday October 23
Fast Time – Ian Madsen 14.818 seconds
Feature – 1. Shaun Bradford, 2. Ben Ellement, 3. Ian Madsen

Round #2 – Collie Speedway – Saturday October 30
Fast Time – Steven Lines 13.640 seconds
Feature – 1. Luch Monte, 2. Ian Madsen, 3. Jason Kendrick

Round #3 – Perth Motorplex – Saturday November 6
Fast Time – Ken Sartori 16.267
Feature – 1. Ian Madsen, 2. Ken Sartori, 3. Mark Wells

Round #2 – Bunbury Speedway – Saturday November 20
Fast Time – Jamie Maiolo 14.010 seconds
Feature – 1. Kerry Madsen, 2. Shaun Bradford, 3. Jason Kendrick