Event organisers for the Loveday 400 have chosen to delay the closure of entries as a collection of crews race against the clock.
With June and July proving busy months on the nation-wide off road calendar, many crews have been unable to commit to the fourth round of the Polaris Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship (AORC) season due to a lack of key parts to their cars.
To give crews the best chance of being able to attend, entries for the Loveday 400 will now be open until Tuesday 18 July – with no late fees to be added on.
Despite the delay in closure, AORC crews are encouraged to get their entry in as soon as they can to assist organisers.
“We have been speaking to quite a few regulars, and we found a lot of people were keen to come, but their cars weren’t ready,” Loveday 400 organiser Tony Whateley said.
“There was a bit of a common theme happening, so we decided the best thing to do was give everyone the best possible chance to attend and delay until the latest point possible.
“There will be no late fees for anyone joining between now and the 18 July, but we would love to see as many people as we can for what we are sure will be a great event.”
The 2023 Loveday 400 takes place at Loveday 4×4 Adventure Park on 28-30 July.
Photo: Bob Taylor Photography