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The travelling show that is the GP Midget Ballistic Performance Parts Masters Series will set Wangaratta City Speedway alight this Saturday night with 9 strong competitors set to do battle as we head into the second half of the season. There will be one key competitor in the series missing though, as current series leader Trevor Perry will look to capitalise on Jason Crawford's absence as he attends a friend's wedding. Lisa Chalcraft will be another who will benefit from his absence as she currently sits in 3rd in the championship and all things going her way will move above Crawford in the series points. Sean Denning who has been very consistent this season will be hoping to hang onto 4th spot in the series as Chris Fowler chomps on his heals only one point behind.

Out of the points race but certainly in the mix of taking a round win on Saturday night will the A1 of Paul Perry. Wangaratta hasn't been kind to the A1 car this season with an aerial display on its first outing earlier in the season with driver Scott Laird and then with Perry in the pilot seat last time out putting it into turn 3 in a big way. Perry won't want to be reminded of this but will certainly be one to watch this Saturday. David Bacon will also be out in his Perry Bros Racing Chassis after some injector issues at Wahgunyah he will be hoping to get the car going like it did last time at the venue when Janelle Saville was at the wheel. Marty Job is another that will be hoping to keep his Wangaratta form going after possibly his strongest run for the season so far last time at the venue. Travis Florimell hasn't really put it together for a four quarter effort this season so to speak. He has been quick in short bursts but will be looking for some reliability from the V81 this weekend. If he can do this watch for him to steal an upset victory. Returning to driving duties after many years of pitcrew duties for the Pitstop Mowers team is Mark Blackeby who has recently bought the V10 car from Nathan Caddy. Mark has shown in the past that he's a handy driver and I'm sure it won't take him long to get settled behind the wheel and in amongst the pack. It's all set to be a great night of racing, will Perry extend his lead? Or will Chalcraft wind some points back in? Or will we see an upset from someone else, only time will tell but if you can't wait that long get to Wangaratta City Speedway this Saturday night with racing from 4pm.

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