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Rentsch Riots in the Sunraysia

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Tyler Owen and Oliver Stephens have broken through to take their first ARB Australian Off Road Racing Series win at the 40th Anniversary Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400. Claiming victory in their #41 Alumi Craft Race Car in an overall time of 4:29:04.801, just 5 seconds ahead of early race leaders, Matt Hanson and …

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After launching with scrutineering at the Goondiwindi Showgrounds on Friday night, the 40th anniversary Gundy 400 got down to business with the Prologue, Goondiwindi Tyre Service Top Ten Shoot Out and first lap of the long course on Saturday morning. Young gun, Troy Duff put his Prolite Jimco Racing Inc on pole position after the …

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Dominating the 2017 ARB Sunraysia 400 from start to finish, the Victorian team of Shannon and Ian Rentsch have taken their second outright victory on Keera Station in the past three years. The rain in the lead up to the event forced a last minute race format change to 6 laps of a shortened 65k …

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Home town favourites, Andrew Ryan and Dave Smith led from start to finish in the #50 Alumi Craft Race Cars to take the outright win at the ARB Town and Country Tyres Stockpoole 400, the opening round of the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Series. North Queenslands Talbot Cox and Craig King piloted the #16 …

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As many in off road are now aware, there has been a move by five clubs within the Australian off road racing community to change from the current sanctioning body to a new self-managed entity. The move is not just a move to The Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA); it is a move to self-management …

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Further information has been provided by the Australian Off Road Management Group summarising the competition class structure and preliminary safety requirements. Note the specifications for the newly formed “Class 10”. An overview of the vehicle classes will be as follows: Unlimited – Buggy with engine capacity less than 6060cc, one or two seats Class 1– Buggy …

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The Australian Off Road Management Group has today released further information following their announcement of Tuesday 17th January to move to AASA as a sanctioning body. The Australian Off Road Management Group have set up a caretaker board composed of delegates from the clubs listed in the 17th January release to be responsible for overseeing …

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