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Six-time national champion Garry Brazier is a definite starter for Premier s Easter Trail line-up. 120121RG58 Picture: ROB GUNSTONE Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic. Pictured – A happy after recording the fastest lap in the time trials atSIX-time national champion Garry Brazier and American Shane Stewart are set to bolster a star-studded line-up for next month’s Easter Sprintcar Trail at Allansford’s Premier Speedway.
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Brazier was yesterday confirmed a definite starter in the three-night series which opens on Good Friday at Avalon, travels to Mount Gambier’s Borderline Speedway the following night before climaxing at Premier Speedway on Easter Sunday.

Stewart, the 2010 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic winner, is widely tipped to contest the tri-city series, driving for Western Australian team Monte Motorsports.

Speculation intensified after he won the Krikke Boys Shootout at Bunbury last weekend with the team announcing the popular American would contest a number of other races before returning home.

Premier Speedway general manager David Mills said he had not received an entry from Stewart yet but said he was aware of the speculation.

Stewart has not contested the Easter Trail before, despite making several trips to Australia, usually in January for the Classic.

Mills said the club was delighted Brazier had confirmed his intention to contest the three nights of racing alongside young Sydney racer Matt Young in the Rocket Industries team. “To have Matt and Garry on board at this early stage is a huge bonus for all three venues,” Mills said. “Matt’s been on the improve for a while now and to have Garry in his corner, as a teammate, can only be a good thing.

“I know Graeme Cowin, the managing director at Rocket Industries, will ensure that his team has all the best go-fast bits needed to be successful at Easter.

“It is going to be exciting.”

The trail carries a $10,000 bonus on top of the nightly payouts to any driver who can win all three feature races.

“I have no doubt that Garry will be pulling in the gate at Avalon keen to put on a show and to give himself every opportunity of staking a claim for the $10,000 bonus,” Mills said.

Mills, who was in Bunbury last weekend, said he had spoken with a number of teams and was excited about the interest they had showed in contesting the trail.

In other sprintcar news, last year’s Classic winner, Steven Lines, of Mount Gambier, has signed with the Western Australian-based Halls Motorsports team, taking over a seat occupied by Ryan Farrell.

Lines, who had been driving for the Monte Motorsports team, reached an agreement with the team late last month to part company, with the Classic their biggest success.

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