Well done Champions!
On Sunday the 31st, LMQ held our 2021-22 trophy presentation.
Rain ruins QLD title and season finale
Far out another rain out!
It was a trending theme of the 2021-22 LMQ season, rain rain and yet more rain with half of the race meetings affected by poor weather to multiple tracks, and unfortunately the QLD wet season calls the 21-22 season to an end.
Although the season was cut short due to the cancelled race meetings, LMQ is proud of the steps made forward this season with fantastic racing and great growth seen with some outstanding rookies debut this season.
LMQ is excited for the growth to continue with a massive 2022-23 season currently in planning, is set to be our best season in some time.
We would like to thank all of LMQ's awesome fans and supporters, we hope you all have relaxing off season, and we'll see you all at the start of spring!
$2,000 to win for the QLD Champ
May 21st will be the final round of the season for LMQ, but it also doubles as the 2021-22 Late Model Title! LMQ can now confirm, that the winner of the title on May 21st at Bundabergs Carina Speedway will not only walk away with the Q1, but they'll also take home $2,000!
The event was rescheduled after a rainout earlier in the season, but this event has already captured serious interests from multiple interstate competitors and is expected to be an exciting race meeting.
Due to a lot of rain over the weekend, the track was extremely tacky and fast which showed off the true pace of Late Models with Carter Armstrong going fastest over the night with a 14.044 secs.
Heat one went to Michael Jenner who had Armstrong starting on his outside of the front row. Carter was quick to pay the favour back taking out heat race number 2.
TJ Horne picked up his first Late Model heat race win becoming the 66th different heat race winner in LMQ history.
The 3 heat winners would start 1,2,3 in the feature in the order of Armstrong, M.Jenner, Horne, to which Jenner was able to capitalise on the start and lead for the first 12 laps, until Armstrong went searching around the race track to find some more speed and ultimately passed Jenner down the back straight with 8 laps remaining. With no stoppages in the race, Armstrong was able to hold on the lead and take his first victory for the season over Michael and TJ Horne picking up his first Late Model podium as well. Mr consistent Chris Carlish finished 4th yet again with Steve Van Zeeland 5th and Tim Laird rounding out the finishers in 6th. Drew Lawrence retired with front left damage, likewise did Schultz with engine dramas. AJ Jenner, Pete Jenner and Aaron Van Zeeland were all unable to return for the feature after a quick turn around from the heats where they all suffered damage.
LMQ would like to thank the entire team at Kingaroy Speedway and we can't wait to return next season!
Round 2 Race Recap
ROUND 1 is here!
Less then two weeks until Late Models QLD is on track to kick off the 2021-22 season!
The Three-peat Challenge
LMQ introduces Limited Late Models Series
Late Models QLD Would like to introduce to you, for the first time ever, The Limited Late Model Series and Super Late Model Series.
Late Models QLD feel like this is a promising step towards the future to allow more affordable and exciting racing, with more opportunities opening in the future.re to edit text