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Brad’s “Sweet” WSS Mt. Gambier Victory


2013 Kings Royal victor Brad Sweet was an elated winner of the ENZED World Series Sprintcars Round Three main event at Borderline Speedway Mt. Gambier tonight.

The 28 year old Californian steered the Highrace Towing GF1 chassis to a classy win in what was a race shrouded with drama and controversy as he led home Shaun Dobson in second and Darren Mollenoyux in third.

Driving for Josh and Isaac Ruhs out of Broken Hill in NSW the pint sized KKR racer who will join the World of Outlaws full time in 2014 never looked greatly troubled as he deftly moved through traffic in the car in which he won the Kings Royal in Eldora earlier this year.

“It certainly helps when you can drive a car that you’re used to,” he smiled from the podium, “and I can’t say enough about Josh and Isaac for giving me this opportunity. I came down here to Australia hoping to get a bit of an edge on some of my rivals back home for next year and I’m super happy I can start it off with a win here.”

Sweet’s victory in the $10,000 to win 35 lap A-Main was his first on Australian soil.

To read this entire story as it appears on World Series Sprintcars.com.au, click HERE.