Toowoomba Speedway announces rescheduling of Ultimate Pink Night event – Auto Action

Toowoomba Speedway’s Ultimate Pink Night Rescheduled Due to Weather

Toowoomba Speedway has made the decision to move its highly anticipated racing and fundraising event, the Ultimate Pink Night, to December 9th. This change comes after persistent storms over the weekend forced the cancellation of the original December 2nd date. However, the postponement means that the auction, which aims to raise money and awareness for the BreastScreen Queensland Toowoomba Service through the Toowoomba Hospital Foundation, will remain open for another week.

The Ultimate Pink Night auction offers some incredible prizes for dirt-head Sprintcar fans. In addition, every ladies ticket purchased will donate $5 per unit, and there will also be donation opportunities available at the track.

Auction Prizes Include:

  • Dondex sheds generously donated a Lysaght 6m x 6m carport.
  • Sedl Contracting donated 1000 litres of diesel.
  • Racers such as Jy Corbet, Jessie Attard, and Lochie McHugh have contributed special auction items, including signed wing panels, windshields, gloves, and framed photos.
  • Luke Oldfield has donated four autographed tires used at the last ever event at Archerfield Speedway.
  • Brock Hallett has signed a limited edition helmet and a Tania Smith Pink Night Race Suit.
  • Lismore Speedway has offered a Corporate Box Package for the Sprintcar show on January 9th, 2024.

To place a bid on any of these amazing prizes, visit


The Ultimate Pink Night at Toowoomba Speedway promises to be an exciting event filled with thrilling races and opportunities to support a worthy cause. Don’t miss out on the chance to bid on these fantastic auction items and contribute to BreastScreen Queensland Toowoomba Service. Visit the auction website and secure your tickets for the event before they sell out!

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Timothy Neal is a motorsport enthusiast and writer for Auto Action. With a passion for all things racing, Timothy brings the latest news and updates from the world of motorsport to readers. Stay informed and entertained with Auto Action, Australia’s most trusted independent voice in motorsport.

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