Rounds 3 & 4 of the Yamaha Australian Off Road Championship (AORC) will fire up in Dungog, New South Wales this weekend from 5-7 April, as the Championship hits the New South Wales dirt for the first time in 2019.
A Dungog record breaking 240 riders will descend on the Hunter Region town for a massive two days of Off-Road riding action, testing themselves over two challenging days with consecutive Enduro formats.
The event promises plenty to keep the fans interested, with all the usual classes present, plus the addition of two supporting classes: the Vintage Cup (Evo Pre86) celebrating the sport’s heritage and the 2 Stroke Cup celebrating the sights, sounds and smells of the two-stroke machines.
The bumper entry includes Dungog local and two-time AORC EJ champion Michael Driscoll (Active8 Yamaha Yamalube), competing in the E1 class in front of his home crowd.
The full entry list has now been released and can be accessed on the AORC website here.
The Senior Day 1 time schedule has now been released and can be accessed on the AORC website here. (The Junior Day 1 time schedule will be released tomorrow due to property restrictions).
Fans can keep up with all the action from the 2019 Yamaha Australian Off Road Championship by following the AORC on Facebook and Instagram. More information can be found on the AORC website, at AORC.org.au
Images courtesy of John Pearson Media