Carina Speedway Bundy Burnouts event.
Carina Speedway Bundy Burnouts event. Mike Knott BUN231016BURNOUT39

Irvine can't wait for the Burnouts to start again

BURNOUTS: Bundy Burnouts organiser Neil Irvine thought today would never come.

The Bundy Burnouts return to Carina Speedway for the first time in almost 12 months, bringing with them smoke, shredded tyres and the loud noises crowds love.

"We certainly thought that we would never return,” he said.

"There were uncertain times and a lot of money was invested.

"It's great to be back.”

Irvine said the support had been fantastic as well.

"We have been really busy this week,” he said.

"We did lose our momentum not having any meets but the interest is coming back.”

Now, Bundy Burnouts is making sure they come back with a bang with seven events lined up this season.

"We've got a lot of stuff planned,” Irvine said.

"There will be plenty of entertainment to make sure the support keeps growing.”

In today's meet there will be multiple classes in action with $5500 in cash on offer.

There will also be rides for the kids on the day as well.

The day starts at 2.30pm.



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