The Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship presented by MXstore (AORC) heads into 2023 with a refreshed calendar of racing that builds on the success of season 2022.
In 2023, the Championship will travel to four states, with a mix of new and old venues, as both riders and fans alike will be looking forward to the return of seasoned classics and long-awaited additions.
The season kicks off on the last weekend of March with Rounds One and Two at Mendooran (NSW) after successful rounds in 2022.
This is followed by the annual trip to the Sunshine State for Rounds Three and Four where Queensland Moto Park (QMP) makes its long-awaited appearance in the AORC.
The first half of the season is rounded out with Rounds Five and Six at another first-time venue as we head to Victoria’s mid-west and the rural town of Edenhope.
A yet-to-be-confirmed venue in South Australia will host Rounds Seven and Eight before rider and fan favourites Kyogle and Dungog in NSW see us through to the end of the season.
Motorcycling Australia CEO, Peter Doyle: “We are pleased to see one of our most prestigious championships carrying momentum into the new year. The AORC management team has worked hard to ensure the continued success of the series as we look toward a big 2023. This exciting calendar ensures a diverse mix of venues to provide exciting racing at regular venues as well as new challenges for riders across the season.
“With series and event partners back onboard, we’re expecting significant turnouts and participation – We can’t wait for the season to get underway.”
Don’t forget to download the Official AORC app via Team App. It’s as easy as downloading Team App and searching ‘AORC’!
2023 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXstore
|Rounds||1 & 2||Mendooran||(NSW)||March 25-26||2023|
|Rounds||3 & 4||Queensland Moto Park||(QLD)||April 22-23||2023|
|Rounds||5 & 6||Edenhope||(VIC)||July 22-23||2023|
|Rounds||7 & 8||TBC||(SA)||August 26-27||2023|
|Rounds||9 & 10||Kyogle||(NSW)||September 16-17||2023|
|Rounds||11 & 12||Dungog||(NSW)||October 14-15||2023|