Quinnana Beach, Australia-James McFadden dodged American Block Jiaphos to win the features of the 410 sprint car on Monday at Perth Motorplex.
Rival of Kasey Kahne Racing’s US part-time World of Outlaw NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series, McFadden has a 30-lap event on his eighth trip to a one-third-mile dirt oval. Controlled and adjusted the rest of the pace Distance for victory.
The event is the second race of the annual Western Australia Sprint Speed Week and has been approved by the Madington Toyota Sprint Car Series.
Zearfoss, who has been competing with the World of Outlaw for the rookie season since February, remained in second place after leading the main six laps from pole position.
He finished 0.618 seconds behind McFadden’s familiar Monte Motorsport No.17.
James Inglis crossed the line third, ahead of Robbie Farr and Callum Williamson, with Kaiden Manders, Andrew Priolo, Jason Pryde, Dayne Kingshott and Kris Coyle in the top ten.
Lynton Jeffrey and Scott Bogucky are Australian indigenous peoples who regularly compete in the United States during the year, finishing 12th and 13th respectively.
James McFadden, Brock Zearfoss, James Inglis, Robbie Farr, Callum Williamson, Kaiden Manders, Andrew Priolo, Jason Pryde, Dayne Kingshott, Kris Coyle, Ryan Lancaster, Lynton Jeffrey, Scott Bogucki, Taylor Milling, Jason Kendrick , Ben Butcher, Bradley Maiolo, David Priolo, Jade Duck, Jamie Oldfield, Trevor Jolly, Daniel Harding, Todd Davis.
All Western Australian sprints are James McFadden
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