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The Sprintcars Association of WA Inc (SAWA) is the State Member body of the Sprintcar Control Council of Australia (Sprintcars Australia) Originally Modified Drivers Association of WA since 1969 name changed to Sprintcar Association of WA Inc on the 20/11/1985.

SAWA are responsible for administering the sport of Sprintcar racing in Western Australia. With two classes under their control - 410 Sprintcars and 360 Sprintcars. 

Each season (typically from Oct-Apr.) around 25 race meetings are held at tracks across the state. Our racers compete in two local competitions, the highly prestigious Maddington Toyota Sprintcar Series and the SAWA Sprintcar Series.

Our competitors also compete in the national World Series Sprintcars, especially when it comes to WA and other national events. Past national champions from WA include Noel Bradford, Ron Krikke, Ryan Farrell (360) and Kaiden Manders (2x 360).

Current state champions for WA are - Kaiden Manders (410 Sprintcars) & Mitchell Wormall (360 Sprintcars)

Callum Williamson won last season's MTS Series with a strong performance all season. Daniel Hartigan won the inaugural SAWA Sprintcar Series with a dominant performance throughout.

This coming season is going to be even bigger with the postponed National 410 Sprintcar Championship scheduled to be held at the Perth Motorplex in February 2022. 

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