AORC welcomes Transportable Shade Sheds as major partner

The BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship (AORC) has received another major boost ahead of the 2024 season with Transportable Shade Sheds (TSS) signing on as a naming rights partner for the SXS Motorsport Australia Championship.

To be known as the Transportable Shade Sheds SXS Motorsport Australia Championship, the class is one of Australia’s most popular classes in off road racing.

In addition to the SXS component of the championship, Transportable Shade Sheds will also back Prologue at four of the five rounds this season.

While Method Race Wheels remains the title sponsor of Prologue at the Tatts Finke Desert Race, Transportable Shade Sheds will have the naming rights for Prologue at all other rounds.

Owned by SXS regular James Mogford of Moggy’s Group, TSS is an innovative and award-winning national company specialising in shade sheds.

Using Australian-made DuraGal® galvanised steel and Colorbond sheeting, the Queensland-based manufacturer boasts two patented designs for its structures, which can be delivered across Australia and are extremely easy to build and install.

“We are delighted to sponsor the BFGoodrich Motorsport Off Road Championship in 2024 and get behind both Prologue and the SXS Championship,” Mogford said.

“I am a big fan of the AORC and the direction it is heading in, so it was an easy decision to be part of helping build it into the best off road championship in the country.

“The team at Transportable Shade Sheds and I look forward to the year ahead and being further entrenched in the AORC family.”Transportable Shade Sheds SXS Motorsport Australia Championship

Motorsport Australia CEO Sunil Vohra was pleased to welcome Moggy’s Group and Transportable Shade Sheds to the AORC.

“Having Transportable Shade Sheds is a major bonus for the championship, and I’d like to thank James and his team for their support in 2024,” Vohra said.

“With BFGoodrich recently signing on the major partner, the opening round of the season having a strong entry list, and now TSS joining – the AORC currently sits in a strong position.

“Not only is it fantastic for any one company to show interest in supporting the AORC, but to have someone within the championship itself throw their support behind it further highlights the general positivity surrounding the championship.”

A strong field of 67 crews will tackle the BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship season opener this weekend, with 24 crews entered in SXS Pro and SXS Sport classes.

The 2024 AORC season begins with the Wentworth Shire Pooncarie Desert Dash in the far south-west Riverina region of New South Wales on 19-21 April.