Speedway Australia undertakes to address competition concerns involving sprintcar tracks* The ACCC has accepted a court-enforceable undertaking from N.A.S.R. Incorporated, trading as Speedway Australia, after the ACCC raised competition concerns relating to speedway racing in Victoria. The ACCC investigated reports that Speedway Australia’s affiliated speedway track operators were being restricted in their choice of the speedway racing classes or divisions they could program to race at their tracks, due to an agreement between Speedway Australia and the Sprintcar Control Council of Australia (SCCA). It was alleged that,
The Australian Competition Authority accepts a court-enforceable undertaking from a racing company after raising competition concerns relating to speedway racing in Victoria (Speedway Australia)
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