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MOUNT GAMBIER - Australia

Pictures courtesy of Charles McKay

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This article was first published on 21st February 2008


 

  • Peter Hunter:

    "More noted as a car track, regularly hosting Sprintcars, Speedcars (Midgets) and Super Sedans, Borderline has also hosted a round of the Aussie Solo Championship (2007) and also hosts sidecar racing. The track surface is clay and Borderline Speedway is 372 metres (407 yards) in length."

  • Peter Hunter:

    "372 metres (407 yards) in length with a clay surface. Known more as a car track (mostly Sprintcars which are very popular here in Oz), it hosted the 5th and final round of the 2007 Australian Solo Championship with both the round and title being won by then reigning World Champion Jason Crump. It has also hosted various sidecar meetings."

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