Event Information

Spectator Entry Fees:     

               One Day Pass $15    

               Two Day Pass $25 .... under 14yrs free

      Racing begins at 8.30am on both days, finishing at 4.30pm on Saturday and 3.00pm on Sunday.


Thank you to our sponsors



Click here for information about the area and accommodation during the Wondai Street Sprints. Particular thanks to the Wondai  Colonial Motel and the Burke and Wills Motel Kingaroy for the support they have given.

Powered campsites are available at the Showgrounds. Click on this link for further information.

Hideway Apartment in Wondai - 0741690301 or 0413305524

Wondai Accommodation Units and Villas are now open for business and we have 10 single rooms. 2 rooms with bunks. 8 rooms with double beds. All rooms have ensuites, toaster and jug. Smart TV and wifi. There are 2 studio villas, 3x 1 bedroom Villas and 3x3 bedroom villas capable of sleeping up to 8 persons. All have full cooking facilities and are self contained. Our website is www.wondaiaccommodationunitsandvillas and our phone number is 0741690593. Situated at 9-17 Hodge Street, Wondai. There is ample parking facilities as we are situated on 10 acres and within one km of the race track. Our email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

John Woodward.



 Are you interested in bringing a trade or merchandise stall to this event.

If so please download the application form here and email it to the event secretary at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.



Will Hagon   has been a motor racing commentator in England and Australia for more than 40 years and has agreed to be the commentator at the Wondai Street Sprints in 2018.


TRAPNELL CREATIONS    will be the official photographers for the weekend. Go to their site to order photos of your favourite car.




YouTube Competitors at the Wondai Street Sprints last year.




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1912 Overland
Currently owned by Graham and Marjorie Crittenden of Kingaroy, Whitey was recently refurbished by family members to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its Australian Speed attempt on the beach at Southport in 1916. This famous car was rescued in the early 1960’s and restored by the Guthrie family. The wreck had fallen to an ignoble fate of being used by a farmer for pulling stumps because of the great engine power. Owned by current owners since 1966, Whitey was refurbished last year to its former glory through information gained from historical documents and advice from the original riding mechanic Mr Wally Webb (dec). Whitey was owned and raced by Mr Fred Z Eager during its racing period.
 V 0B9E  V 7A61  V 61BE  KryAutoElectric

Notable achievements..

25th Dec 1916   Attempted Australian Speed Record Main Beach Southport. Flying ½ mile in 22 sec at 81.8 miles per hour
(Beaten by a 1916 6cyl Studebaker by 3/5 sec)
1916,1917,1918 winner Mt Cootha Hill Climbs
5th July 1918 Record run Brisbane to Toowoomba 2 hr 7 ½ min
(By this time Whitey had 140,000 miles on the clock)
19th Oct 1918   Record run Sydney to Brisbane 621.5 miles in 19 Hours 38 ½ min
(This record stood for 4 years and bettering the previous record by nearly 6 ½ hours )

Whitey is a very historical Queensland car not only for it’s records but for being a survivor from the very early years of motor sport in Queensland.
See old WHITEY on display at the 2017 Wondai Street Sprints.
  Kry Body Works

 Ken Mills Toyota

 Ken Mills




 PCAPeanut Company of Australia  BurnettTyre
 barambah machinery