Camden driver creates NSW speedway history

It's fair to say that Camden driver Rod Saville is loving life in 2019.

Saville has already entered the record books after winning three major speedway titles.

The 59-year-old became the state's first motorsport driver in history to win the Victorian, Australian and NSW GP Midgets titles in one year.

Saville said he was delighted to record a hat-trick of class victories.

"I am extremely proud," he said.

"I am a number's man. I was born in 1959, I am 59 years old and I drive car number 59. It's been a fairytale year so far."

Saville's hot streak began when he won the Victorian GP Midgets Title at Wangaratta Speedway in January. His daughter Janelle finished second.

He then backed up to win the Australian Title at Wangaratta in March, before claiming the NSW Title at Nowra Speedway earlier this month.

The Camden dad said he was particularly proud to win the Australian Title.

"My brother Ian won that title in 1978 and 1988. My son Scott also won it in 2013," Saville said.

"I won it in 1995 and again this year. It was a long time between drinks, but a very humbling experience."

Saville said he hoped to continue his good form while also supporting his daughter Janelle on the track.

"Janelle has had car issues this season, but they've now been fixed," he said.

"She is very capable of strong performances too."