After a hugely successful opening weekend in Toowoomba, Queensland (QLD), the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) heads to Dungog, New South Wales (NSW) for Rounds 3 & 4. With 16 days remaining until the siren calls, Motorcycling Australia (MA) is calling for all interested media seeking to attend the event to complete the AORC Media Accreditation Application.
Situated in the Hunter Region of NSW, Dungog sits in the middle of dairy and timber country, starkly contrasting the landscape experienced in QLD. Running from 6-7 April, Rounds 3 & 4 of the 2019 AORC season will feature two days of Enduro, combining flowing grass tracks for cross tests and tight, technical Enduro tests through the Hunter Region landscape.
Media seeking to cover the event must complete the AORC Media Accreditation Application, found here.
All accepted media will receive contact from the MA Media Department in the weeks leading up to the event. Any queries can be directed to the Media Department via email (email@example.com) and phone (03 9684 0528).
All interested media must understand and accept all terms and conditions to successfully attend their desired rounds. Further details can be found here.
Attending media must sign in upon arrival to the event with the present MA Media staff member. A high-visibility vest will be provided to all photographers and must be worn at all times when near all courses.
To find out more on AORC Rounds 3 & 4, please click here.
Stay up to date with all the happenings of the 2019 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship by visiting the AORC Website at aorc.org.au, or by following the Yamaha AORC on Twitter and Facebook as well as @aorc on Instagram.
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