Following a season on the sidelines, Hobart, Tasmania-based 410 Sprintcar racer Shaun Dobson is raring to make his comeback at the beginning of the upcoming 2019-20 season, with his break having well and truly reinvigorated him.

After many years of speedway racing, Shaun Dobson has announced that he is taking a break away from the sport.

It certainly wasn’t an easy Australian 410 Sprintcar Championship campaign for Shaun Dobson, but a hard-fought top-10 result saw him close the weekend on a positive note.

To say that Shaun Dobson battled the elements throughout last weekend’s Grand Annual Classic at Warrnambool’s Premier Speedway would be quite the understatement; however, despite this, he was still able to record a top-10 result.

A podium result in the sixth World Series Sprintcar Championship round at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway in Queensland recently has turned into a new 2017-18 season highlight for Shaun Dobson.

It has been a mixed start to the 2017-18 season for Shaun Dobson, but over the Christmas-New Year period he has turned in some pleasing results, including a podium finish during the most recent Eureka Garages & Sheds Sprintcar Series round at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway.

For Shaun Dobson, the 2017-18 season is going to be a busy one, as he prepares to split his time between two cars, piloting the David and Gayle Dickson-owned Vic # 3 Essendon Auto Group Racing team car, along with his family-owned VA # 21 Albert Road Store-backed Cool car.