Albany to host postponed Super title and wins hosting rights for 2020-21 WA Street Stock Title

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Albany will host the WA Super Sedan Title this season with Speedway Sedans WA confirming the blue ribbon event will be in November.

SSWA announced on Saturday that two State titles would be held to complete the 2019-20 season, which was derailed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bunbury will hold the WA Production Sedan Title on October 3-4 before Albany’s Attwell Park Speedway hosts the WA Super Sedan Title the following month.

Albany was set to run the event in October when SSWA made the initial announcement on March 18 that the remaining two titles were postponed.

The best super sedan drivers in the State will converge on Albany for the event on November 7.

The title will be run only on Saturday night with practice held the evening before.

Mt Barker’s Chris Pavlovich will get to defend his crown, which he won in Narrogin last season.

Albany held the WA Super Sedan Title in 2017-18 when Broome’s Warren Minshull was successful.

This will be the fifth time in SSWA history that Albany hosts the event.

The SSWA release also announced the State titles for the upcoming 2020-21 season across all divisions.

Albany won the right to host the WA Street Stock Title that will be run on January 23 and 24 next year.

It will be the first of five State titles for the season.

The WA Modified Sedan Title will be held in Collie on February 6, Moora will conduct the WA Production Sedan Title on February 27-28, the WA Super Sedan Title heads to Bunbury on March 20 and the WA Junior Sedan Title will visit Nickol Bay Spedway on April 3-4.

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