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AORC Set To Make Return To TV In 2022

The 2022 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXStore (AORC), are proud to announce today that AORC TV will return and be aired through official AORC TV partners, SBS HD and Stan Sport.

The partnership will once again bring one of Australia’s most exciting motorcycle sports into the living room of fans across the country.

This TV package for AORC will capture all of the on-track excitement, from the open natural terrain tracks of Cheerbah Queensland to the open flowing sections for the grand finale of Tasmania as well as coverage at each and every round of the 12 round championship, created into six special feature shows.

Each race weekend will feature a special one hour TV production showcasing the best of the 2022 AORC has to offer. With the opening rounds scheduled for this weekend 19-20 March the first episode wont be far away from your screens and will feature these epic opening Rounds 1 and 2, from Cherrabah Queensland.

AORC fans, teams and riders will be able to relive on SBS as the Championship’s Official free-to-air TV partner, and through the official sports streaming provider Stan Sport who will also Broadcast for 2022. The action will be captured by AVE, creators of the famous Speedweek show, who play the crucial role of production partner for MA’s biggest championships including ASBK, ProMX and AORC.

“Motorcycling Australia is excited for the return of racing in 2022 and to have our official TV partners SBS Australia continue to support. In addition to welcome Stan Sport who will showcase the vision for the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship, presented by MXstore,” said MA CEO, Peter Doyle.

“Off-road fans are passionate about AORC and MA is proud to have secured this such an exciting television package for a second year that will put the AORC Championship in the homes of race fans right around the country.

“The AORC as an MA National Championship continues to grow from strength to strength and this only reinforces the fact. With thanks to our long-standing partner in Yamaha Motors Australia and presented by partner MXstore, with the expert production support of AVE.

“This new television package repays the faith that our key sponsors and our dedicated riders who have supported AORC, and we’re so pleased to continue to showcase the brands, the riders and this hard core Enduro.”

The Championship year on year continues to produce world class racing, and is a significant reason why Australian off-road riders are pursued for events like the Dakar Rally, and American and European Off-Road Championship series, such is the calibre of the Championship.

Pictured: Michael Driscoll at 2021 AORC Rounds 1 & 2, in Golden Beach VIC.
Photo by Troy Pears.