Following last Saturday night’s eighth World Series Sprintcar Championship round at Albany’s Attwell Park Speedway in Western Australia, the Krikke Motorsport team and their driver Kerry Madsen are hot in pursuit of the championship lead, which currently sits just seven points out of reach.
Making a last-minute decision to participate in last Saturday night’s South Australian 410 Sprintcar Title at Whyalla’s Westline Speedway, it was a decision that proved rewarding for the Krikke Motorsport team, with team driver Kerry Madsen scoring the win.
Following last year’s successful Ride to Conquer Cancer, which saw Krikke Motorsport team manager Ryan Krikke join three other riders in a 175-kilometre bike journey to raise money for cancer research, Krikke has once again decided to embark on the challenge, this time with a bolstered team of 12 riders.
Last weekend’s Australian 410 Sprintcar Championship has now signalled the end of what has been the busiest month on the 2018-19 season calendar for Krikke Motorsport and their team driver Kerry Madsen, with the team now looking ahead to their remaining six race meetings.
Heading into the two biggest weekends of Australian 410 Sprintcar racing, Kerry Madsen and the Krikke Motorsport team are in strong form.
Over the past week, the WA # 2 Transport Equipment Hire / Pumpa Manufacturing supported Maxim driver has gained control of the World Series Sprintcars Championship point standings lead, along with a top-five finish in the Scott Darley Challenge at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway.
While last weekend’s sixth World Series Sprintcar Championship round had its ups and downs, the Krikke Motorsport team and their driver Kerry Madsen managed to score a podium finish that saw them retain their front-running WSS Championship point standings position.
While Krikke Motorsport’s start to their 2018-19 season World Series Sprintcars Championship campaign wasn’t without its challenges, team driver Kerry Madsen’s solid form throughout the five-round Speedweek Series stretch saw them come away second in the current WSS point standings.
Off the back of their 2018-19 season debut in December, which resulted in them successfully defending their Western Australian Title on home soil at the Perth Motorplex, Madsen and the Krikke Motorsport team carried great expectations into the commencement of their WSS campaign, which doubled as the five-round Speedweek Series. More
Krikke Motorsport and their new team driver Kerry Madsen couldn’t have asked for a better start to their 2018-19 season campaign together during last Saturday night’s Western Australian 410 Sprintcar Title at the Perth Motorplex, with Madsen successfully defending the team’s crown.
The Krikke Motorsport team is set to return to the track in a big way this Saturday night, when they make their 2018-19 season debut with new team driver Kerry Madsen, who will be attempting to defend the team’s Western Australian 410 Sprintcar Title.