Narrogin set for big night of speedway with rounds of both modified sedans and super sedans on track

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Paul Stevens, Coby Stevens and Calon Ball race in modified sedans.
Camera IconPaul Stevens, Coby Stevens and Calon Ball race in modified sedans. Credit: Picture: SWB Photography

Narrogin Speedway will play host to the WA Modified Sedan Series and the WA Super Sedan Summer Series in a big night of action this Saturday.

The second round of the WA Modified Sedan Series has attracted 13 nominations, including local star Paul Stevens.

Stevens was on the podium in round one of the modified series in Moora and will be hoping for victory on his home track.

The first round of the Summer Series is expected to have a strong field of cars and come safter the running of the rescheduled State title in Albany last Saturday.

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Gary Higgs won the WA title ahead of Damon Trouchet and Rob Knox at Attwell Park while Chris Pavlovich and Adam Campbell rounded out the top five. A number of these drivers are expected to feature in the Summer Series opener.

State champion Branden Fraser heads up the nominations for the Narrogin visit along with round 1 winner Luke Fraser and Anthony King.

Young guns Jayke Malcolm and Sam McAuley will also be ones to watch while experienced racer Adam Houston will be back in action after missing the opening round.

Racing starts from 6pm on Saturday and includes wingless sprints, production sedans, junior sedans and formula 125s.

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