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170 racers ready for Dungog

There’s less than 24 hours separating us and the final weekend of Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship presented by MXstore (AORC) racing! Dungog, New South Wales plays hosts to one scorcher of a finale, featuring two one-day Enduro’s and 170 racers.

The weather is set to hit the 30’s this weekend, capping off a big season in style. Before engines start and finish off the 2023 season, below is a collection of everything you need to know about Dungog, our entry list, timing and staying connected.

Entry List
Hitting full send for the 2023 season finale is 170 racers from across Australia. You can see if your favourite is the list online here.

With just four points the difference in E1 between Cooper Sheidow and Korey McMahon, and the same difference in E3 between Riley McGillivray and Stefan Granquist, there’s plenty up in the air this weekend.

Visit Dungog

Nestled in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, Dungog is beloved for its unbeatable scenery, forests, mountains and rivers. Just 2.5 hours from Sydney, there’s plenty to keep you occupied with walking and bike tracks, wineries and brewery’s.

Find out more online today via Visit Dungog’s website:

For all timing and results throughout the weekend, we recommend MYLAPS available via the AORC Timing page, or you can download the MYLAPS app via the App Store or Google Play.*

For greater insight into this weekend’s results, you can also download the Race Monitor app via the App Store or Google Play.

Stay up to date with all the happenings of the 2023 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship by visiting the AORC Website at, or by following the Yamaha AORC on Twitter and Facebook as well as @aorc on Instagram. Don’t forget to download the Official AORC app via Team App. It’s as easy as download Team App and search ‘AORC’!*

*Please note that reception is limited on site at AORC, so results and updates may be limited or delayed. Please be patient and all updates will be delivered as soon as is possible.
Words by Caitlin Hynes. Image courtesy of Troy Pears.