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The final round of the Ballistic Performance Parts Masters Series hits Rushworth Speedway this Saturday night in what will be an absolute cracker of a meeting. Not only is it the final round of the season but it also doubles up as the Oil Hydraulics Ironbark Classic. Oil Hydraulics Shepparton who have been supporting the VGPMRA for the last few seasons have once again thrown their support behind the club to support this event.

It is a fierce line up for the event with Aus #1 Paul Perry, Aus #2 Trevor Perry, Last season's series champion and current Aus #3 Lisa Chalcraft, Vic #1 Jason Crawford, Vic #2 Travis Florimell as well as a bunch of other drivers all set to entertain the crowd.

Trevor Perry is certainly the inform driver after taking all 3 heat wins and the feature win in the Wangaratta Cup last start. While Jason Crawford has kept his form rolling after his Victorian Title win and then a 3rd place last time out will be looking for a solid result to take out the masters series win.

Paul Perry has been quick all season in the Perry Bros Chassis A1 car in what has been no doubt his best season yet. To get one more win for the season would certainly be the icing on the cake for Perry.

Lisa Chalcraft looked poised to take a win last start leading for most of the feature race before being run down late in the race. Chalcraft currently sits 2nd in the masters series 57 points behind Crawford and will need a big performance and some luck to claw back that lead. Chris Fowler, currently 3rd in the series was back on the pace last time out and will certainly be in the mix again on Saturday.

Travis Florimell has shown that he can be very quick in his V81 machine this season and will be looking to make a mends after failing to finish a race at Wangaratta a couple of weeks ago. The improving Sean Denning will again pilot the V5 machine. Marty Job, Hayden Bacon and David Bacon will all be back in action and leaving his run til late, Nathan Caddy returns for his first meeting of the season in the V10 rocket.

Club President John Fowler has been very pleased with the quality of racing that the drivers have put on this season. "The racing seems to keep getting better and better and just when we think we've seen the best racing of the season the drivers take it up a notch like they did at Wangaratta the other week. I can't wait for Saturday night where we could quite possibly have half a dozen cars all wheel to wheel putting on a great show".

Make sure you get trackside to Rushworth Speedway this Saturday night for the Oil Hydraulics Ironbark Classic and final round of the Ballistic Performance Parts Masters Series with racing from 4pm.

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