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FORMER CHAMP DAVID SIEDERS JOINS V8 UTES FOR QUEENSLAND RACEWAY

David Sieders returns to V8 Utes for Queensland Raceway round - Photo: Supplied

David Sieders returns to V8 Utes for Queensland Raceway round – Photo: Supplied

Last years series champion, David Sieders makes a one off return to the V8 Utes field this weekends round at Queensland Raceway.

Sieders will lead an expanded six car effort from the Sieders Racing Team, this weekend with Mathew Nolan and Ben Dunn also joining the team for the weekend. Craig Dontas who re-joined the team for Townsville will sit out this weekend and return for the next round.

Scotty Cameron takes over the McHtich Ute - Photo: Supplied

Scotty Cameron takes over the McHtich Ute – Photo: Supplied

As previously reported by Auto Action, Scotty Cameron will take over the McHitch Ute from Richard Mork for the weekend.

While Jonathan Bloxsom will make his V8 Ute series debut, driving Luke Spalding’s BestJet Ute. The car which will continue to pay tribute to the young cancer victim, will run exactly as Spalding last drove it at Winton last year before losing his battle with cancer.

Peter Burnitt also joins the 18 car field for the weekend. Mason Barbera also returns after focusing on his Dunlop Super2 duties in Townsville.

Entry list: Round 3, Queensland Raceway

Car # Team/Sponsor Name Driver Make
1 Sieders Racing Team David Sieders Holden
2 McHitch Automatic Trailer Coupler/EFI Spares Scotty Cameron Holden
4 The Lighthouse Hotel Peter Burnitt Ford
9 Jesus Racing Andrew Fisher Ford
10 Sieders Racing Team Michael Sieders Holden
17 IOR/Peters Motorsport Mason Barbera Ford
21 Clipsal/Haymans Electrical Wholesalers Mathew Nolan Holden
23 Best Jet Jonathan Bloxsom Holden
25 Peters Motorsport Matty Spratt Ford
27 BobJane T-Mart,Altenzo,Sharkbite Kim Jane Holden
44 Porter Group/Ward Demolition Peter Ward Holden
49 Allgate Automation Christopher Formosa Holden
51 Century Batteries Maxim Erickson Ford
58 RGS Racing,Bushranger Ryal Harris Ford
64 Western Sydney Motorsport Craig Woods Ford
68 Western Sydney Motorsport Blake Sciberras Holden
71 LMF Constructions Marcus Zukanovic Ford
99 Clifford Constructions/Balmain Coffee Company Ben Dunn Ford

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