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Season over for Nathan Macdonald
Sunday July 16, 2006
Yet another season is done and dusted for Nathan Macdonald, with Macdonald having had a successful season of racing in 2005/2006.  Nathan won the Charlton Raceway seasonal point score for the second year in a row, and finished 3rd in the East Coast A Grade point score. 
If only!
Sunday June 25, 2006
If only I hadn't raced so many races this season maybe the car would have lasted the distance?  If only it had happened the weekend before!?  But anyway you look at it that's the way the cookie crumbles, (or in this case the motor). 
 
Macdonald brothers charge through to win Endurance Race
Sunday June 18, 2006
Nathan & Shane Macdonald teamed up at Brisbane International Speedway on Saturday night to compete in an endurance race using Nathan's car.  The race format saw one driver do the first 25 laps, then the cars come onto the infield and swap drivers.
5th placing at Rockhampton
Monday May 22, 2006
Nathan Macdonald headed up to Rockhampton on the 20th of May.  The racing was going to be competitive with about 30 cars being nominated.  A lot of cars wanting to try the track out before the Super Stocker title there in June. 
Australian Title still eludes Macdonald
Monday May 1, 2006
The Australian Title for East Coast A Grade was held at Kingaroy Speedway on Saturday the 29th of April, with a good field of 11 cars turning up for the prestigious event.  Darran Lester was the story of the night, debuting his brand new BA Ford Falcon, qualifying on pole and winning the title.  Darran is awaiting on his V8 engine to put in, so just to make up numbers he put a 6 cylinder in the car.
Rodgers takes out club championship
Monday April 17, 2006
Saturday the 15th April Nathan Macdonald raced at Yandina Speedway, this night only having 3 heats as the final for East Coast A Grade was to be on the following night at Yandina, but Macdonald travelled back to race at Charlton on the 16th to contest the club championship.
Macdonald finally conquers Lismore
Sunday April 2, 2006
Nathan Macdonald scored another emphatic win at Lismore Speedway Saturday night, to make it his first feature win at the track.
Rodgers triumphs on Macdonald's mistake
Sunday March 12, 2006
Nathan Macdonald made one of the worst mistakes in his career on Saturday night at Charlton Raceway Toowoomba.  While leading the feature race after starting from 4th, Macdonald came up the front straight to greet (what he thought) was the chequered flag.
Australian Title hopes shattered
Wednesday March 8, 2006
The Australian Outlaw Title was held in Mackay on the weekend, with Nathan Macdonald running into bad luck during the night.  After starting 7th in the first heat, Macdonald got to the lead within a few laps, only to pop the right hand front tyre off the rim after sliding across a rut.  
Macdonald endures rough track to take win
Sunday February 26, 2006
After last weekends disastrous result, Nathan Macdonald returned to Charlton Raceway to win his two heats and the feature race.  The first heat was a little wet and a few bumps were starting to form already, the car didn't feel all that good but we managed to get around Peter Campbell into 1st. 
Nathan crashes out at Lismore
Sunday February 19, 2006
Lismore Speedway was the venue for another East Coast A Grade race.  A Grade was mixed with another class called the limited sedans for the night. Nathan's night had ended before it even started. 
From wet - to dry
Sunday February 12, 2006
The running of the Australian Super Sedan Title was plagued with rain on Friday night, no races had been run when the rain come down and the night being washed out.  The 2-night meeting was to be crammed into Saturday night.  Dark clouds loomed out in the horizon but the rain held off for the event to be run.
After travelling over 2000km's, Macdonald wins at Yandina!
Sunday January 29, 2006
A very long weekend was had by all, especially after trekking north up to Mackay to contest the Australian Outlaw Title.  The Friday night race was cancelled due to excessive rainfall.  The decision was made to leave early Saturday morning to try and make it back in time to contest the East Coast A Grade race at Yandina on the Sunshine Coast that night.
The new year brings in another win
Sunday January 1, 2006
Nathan Macdonald had another solid performance at Charlton Raceway on New Years Eve, taking out two heat wins and a feature race win. 
Macdonald conquers rugged Yandina Track
Tuesday December 27, 2005
After heavy rain the night before, the granite surface of Yandina was set to be a very rough track.  Nathan Macdonald was to start out of position 5 for heat 1.  Macdonald advanced through to 3rd place after 2 laps, and made a move on Pat Dennis up the back straight, only to have under steered up to the wall and brush the wall with the back of the car, Dennis then got back underneath Macdonald into 2nd.
Third win from as many starts for Macdonald
Sunday December 4, 2005
Nathan Macdonald continued his dream start to the season after winning all three races at Charlton Raceway on Saturday night.  After rainfall throughout the week, it was still not enough to dampen the clay track surface.  Dust was flying off the track after the first race.  For heat 1 Peter Campbell was to start from pole, with Nathan Macdonald out of position 2, Shane Hollyman out of 3 and Norm Townsend 4. 
#32 off to a good start on home soil
Sunday October 30, 2005
The Charlton Raceway once again lit up its lights for the first race meeting of the season in what was a humid Saturday Night.  The Sprint Sedans only having a few cars turn out for the first meeting, which eventually saw the club cars and Sprint Sedan classes being combined.  Nathan Macdonald in car #32 was to start outside pole, with Shane Hollyman starting out of position 1.
Macdonald brings Sunshine Coast Championship home
Sunday October 9, 2005
Nathan Macdonald had a successful night of racing at Yandina Speedway, taking out the Sunshine Coast Championship, which he had previously won 2 years ago, but was then called the City of Brisbane Title.  Nathan had a front row start for the first race in pole position.  Shane Hollyman was on the outside, Travis Hollyman out of position 3, Martin Cross out of 4, followed by Terry Medcalf, Alan Williams, Peter Campbell and Andrew Roberts.
First run for the 2005/2006 Season
Saturday September 24, 2005
Nathan Macdonald went out to Charlton Raceway on Friday night, to take his VS Commodore for it's first run this season.  After only 5 laps, Macdonald had to shut the engine down after flames engulfed in and around the engine.


 

 

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