Competitors wanting to register a number for this year’s Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship (AORC) can now do so.
As per 2022, competitors do not have to register for the championship to secure points at any of the five-round they attend. However, they will have to reserve a number if they want to run with the digits of their choice.
In order to secure a championship number, competitors must fill in a registration form before Saturday 25 February, otherwise they will be allocated a number at random within their class.
The 2023 AORC season is back after one of its most exciting seasons in recent years, with five rounds across five states and territories to make up the season.
Starting in March, the brand-new Markwell Group Gold City 450 will kick off the season in Queensland before returning to New South Wales for the Pooncarie Desert Dash.
June’s iconic Tatts Finke Desert Race will serve as the third round, while the ever-challenging Can-Am Loveday 400 also returns for its second year in the AORC.
The season then wraps up out west, with the Kalgoorlie Desert Race in October.
Competitors not intending to compete in Charters Towers are not required to register their number before the season opener, but must do so prior to entering their first event for the year if they want to have the number of their choice.
The 2023 Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship gets underway with the Markwell Group Gold City 450 in Charters Towers, Queensland, on 10-12 March.
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