The Dirtcomp Calendar Is Back For 2016

2016 Dirtcomp Wall Calendar - packed with high action offroad images!
The eagerly awaited 2016 Dirtcomp Magazine Wall Calendars are currently at the printer and will be back in early December. Featuring action images from many of Australia’s biggest offroad events including the Tatts Finke Desert Race, Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400, Tough Dog Tuff Truck Challenge, King of the Hunter, WE Rock just to name a few, the 2016 Dirtcomp Wall Calendar will make the perfect addition to any offroad fans shed, office or the back of the dunny door in the new year. The 2016 Cover features Ryan Taylor carving up the red Sunraysia dirt in the #24 GET Performance Pro Buggy.
“Choosing the shots for the calendar is always a tough job, especially with the wide range of offroad events we cover during the year. However I think we have come up with cool mix of high action images once again that will impress dirt sports fans across the country” said Randall Kilner, Dirtcomp editor.
The glossy Calendars are A4 flat and open up to a big A3 spread, featuring all the important major event dates that were formalised before it hit the press.For a limited time get one FREE with any 6 or 12 Edition Dirtcomp Subscription – strictly while stocks last.
Call (07) 3899 6637 to order over the phone or visit: are also on sale individually in the Dirtcomp online store for $15 each including delivery:

Calendars ordered as part of the subscription promotions will be delivered with Edition 45 in late December.
2016 Dirtcomp Wall Calendar - packed with high action offroad images!
2016 Dirtcomp Wall Calendar – packed with high action offroad images!
“Offroad motorsport has continued to boom in Australia across a wide range of disciplines and the Dirtcomp team have travelled far and wide to capture the action during the season. I’d like to thank everyone that has helped make Dirtcomp what it is, from our photographers who stand in the dust, sun and rain to snare the stunning imagery, to the competitors who put on a spectacular show and the event organisers and volunteers who give us all somewhere to play. I look forward to catching up with everyone again at the track next year.” said Randall Kilner