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What you need to know for AORC Coonalpyn

The 2019 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) is back this weekend with Rounds eighth and nine at Coonalpyn, NSW and the riders are ready and raring to again for the new venue.

Luke Styke (E1), Daniel Milner (E2), Daniel Sanders (E3), Kyron Bacon (EJ) and Jess Gardiner (Women’s), will all be out to improve their points lead.

Three different tests are on the cards this weekend, which include the bLU cRU test, which is 8.6km, the Off-Road Advantage, which is 7.8km while the third test, the Yamaha WR is 5.5km in total.

Both days will be Sprint style format and riders will race one test a day, changing to a new track across the weekend.

Coonalpyn, South Australia

Coonalpyn is a town and a locality in the Australian state of South Australia located about 143 kilometres south-east of the state capital of Adelaide and about 61 kilometres south-east of the municipal seat in Tailem Bend. It is situated in the local government area of the Coorong District Council and is in the State electoratal district of MacKillop and the Federal division of Barker.

Live Timing Details

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