ANDRA: Goldedstates Motorcycle Drag Racing Results

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Goldedstates Motorcycle Drag Racing Results

Perth Motorplex’s Goldenstates event marks round four of the national 2019/2020 Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Series.

ANDRA Silver Christmas Trees winners on Saturday evening were Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Series bracket winners, Brian Hotker (Modified Bike), Craig Caton (Super Street), Terry Phillips (Super Sedan), Angelo Locantro (Modified), Vlado Turic (Top Sportsman), Wayne Patterson (Competition Bike), Errol Quartermaine (Super Stock) and Wayne Keys (Competition).

Also celebrated at the Goldenstates presentations were the event runners-up and top qualifiers. Brodie Zappia (Summit Racing Equipment Junior Dragster), Chris Allen (Modified Bike), Graham Smith (Super Street), Mick Fenton (Super Sedan), Nicholas Wroe (Modified), Alby Bakranich (Top Sportsman), Phill Paton (Competition Bike), Graeme Simms (Super Stock) and Steven Martin (Competition) took out the runner-up honours for their respective brackets.

Zappia, Fenton, Paton, Quartermaine and Martin had their hands full as they were also presented with Top Qualifiers Medallions thanks to DecoGlaze Glass Splashbacks Victoria in recognition of their qualifying efforts, alongside fellow top qualifiers Ian Glatz (Modified Bike), Chris De Bruin (Super Street), Paul Ryan (Modified) and Chris Roe (Top Sportsman). Quartermaine was also additionally recognized as the Sunoco Evo 10 Race Fuels Top Qualifier for his efforts in Super Stock.

On his way to taking out the Modified Bike victory, Brian Hotker faced off against Murray Grant (round one), Zoe Nieuwhof and Rob Good before enjoying a bye run in the semis ahead of his final battle against runner-up Chris Allen. Allen meanwhile had emerged victorious from earlier match-ups against Carlo Spina, Tim Taylor, Chris Fryer and Brodie Messenger.

In Competition Bike, Wayne Patterson emerged as the victor from the three-round shoot-out format to take the event honours over runner-up and top qualifier Phill Paton.


The Australian National Drag Racing Association Ltd, or ANDRA for short, is the drag racing sanctioning body of Australia. The organization was created in 1973 from a more drag racing oriented faction of the Australian Hot Rod Federation. Today ANDRA sanctions races throughout Australia and throughout the year at all levels, from Top Fuel to Junior Dragster, on everything from temporary regional tracks to international standard facilities in capital cities. ANDRA and its members make drag racing a family-friendly, safe sport. So come along as a spectator or bring your street car to an “off-street” event and enjoy the excitement that is Australian drag racing.