Bad Boy Mowers Support Troy Little for the 09/10 Season                                                      1-12-2009

Sydney’s Troy Little made an impressive debut with the Bad Boy Mowers sponsorship last Saturday night (November 28) at Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia during the opening round of the All Stars ‘360’ Sprintcar Series.

Recently the former Parramatta City Raceway Track Champion signed a sponsorship agreement with the team at Bad Boy Mowers and he will now carry their livery aboard his NSW # 20 Maxim Sprintcar for the remainder of the 09/10 season.

Last Saturday night Little qualified for the feature race on pole position, after he had finished his two heat races in second place and with a victory and he then won the ‘Stars’ dash, but was unable to get on with the job and at the fall of the chequered flag finished in second place on the podium behind current Australian ‘360’ Sprintcar Champion and Murray Bridge Speedway track specialist Ryan Jones.

Apart from contesting the opening round of the All Stars Series, Little has contested two other Sprintcar events so far this season, in the open ranks, with a second place in the opening round of NSW Country Series at Dubbo’s Morris Park Speedway in October behind winner Marty Perovich and a third place finish behind winner Bryan Mann and second placed Max Dumesny in the Mackay Classic at Mac’s Speedway up in North QLD back in late September.

Throughout the early part of the 09/10 season Little has dabbled in a number of other classes which has included contesting the second round of the Ultimate Raceline Micro Sprint Series up at Gatton Speedway in QLD driving the Les Nelson owned car and he has also subbed for the injured Caroline Craft late last month at Parramatta City Raceway in the Wingless Sprint class and it resulted in him taking out the feature race honours in impressive fashion.

The next scheduled 09/10 season event for the Bad Boy Mowers supported driver is the second round of the All Stars ‘360’ Sprintcar Series that is to be held at Bordertown’s Tolmer Speedway in South Australia on Saturday night, December 12.    

Photos Stephen Pickering