Nationals to blast off

SDRA president Kingsley Kuchel says his club faces great pressure to live up to the standard set at previous events held at Koorlong on the eve of the Sunset Strip Nationals. Picture: Louise Donges

SDRA president Kingsley Kuchel says his club faces great pressure to live up to the standard set at previous events held at Koorlong on the eve of the Sunset Strip Nationals. Picture: Louise Donges

COMPETITORS from across Australia will light up Mildura at the Sunset Strip Nationals today and tomorrow.

The third round of the national points-based Summit Sportsman Series will feature Super Comp, Supercharged Outlaws, Modified Eliminator, Super Gas, Super Sedan, Super Street, Junior Dragster, Modified Bike and Top Sportsman classes.

With 150 entries across the nine brackets, Sunset Strip at Koorlong is virtually at competitor capacity as it welcomes its biggest ever field.

Sunraysia Drag Racing Association president Kingsley Kuchel admitted there was “huge pressure” on the club to live up to its strong reputation each meeting.

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