Crews in this year’s Tatts Finke Desert Race will be vying for its biggest prize pool ever after the prestigious event announced its partners for 2021. Around 750…
They say good things happen to those who wait, and for Jack Rhodes, his time in the spotlight finally came 12 months ago.
Shannon and Ian Rentsch made it back-to-back Tatts Finke Desert Race victories in 2018 after a superb performance over the course of the three-day event.
When the Tatts Finke Desert Race ran in 2017, like many before times before, it was decided by a moment of heartbreak.
SXS Turbo driver Nick Jackson will have to wait a little bit longer to redeem himself after a disappointing end to 2019 with the New South Welshman expected to return in 2021.
The Tatts Finke Desert Race has already reached capacity with 150 car crews entered into this year’s event.
Just three days remain until applications for the 2020 edition of the Tatts Finke Desert Race open to car competitors.
International off-road star Toby Price believes 2020 will be the year of unfinished business as he looks to improve to another level in his four-wheel racing career.
The Tatts Finke Desert Race will remain in the same format in 2020 with organisers opting to ensure the iconic event continues to build on its strong history.
The BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship will extend its season in 2020, with two extra events joining the three established national rounds.