With less than a month to go until the Can-Am Loveday 400, event organisers have been hard at work in finalising the track in readiness of the fourth round of the 2022 BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship (AORC) season.
A 40km track featuring a mixture of whoops, long straights and tight and twisty turns, the highlight of the course will be the stadium area where fans will get a great view of the cars in action.
Like the rest of Australia, South Australia has had plenty of rainfall that in turn has aided the Loveday team’s circuit preparation in building overcoming the toughest part to build in the whoops.
Event organiser Tony Whateley revealed the preparation was on right track and everything will be ready for the last weekend of July.,
“The recent rains have been perfect for track preparation and even though we have put in a lot of work so far, it’s looking good,” Whateley said.
“The stadium area is coming along very nicely and the jumps are shaped perfectly for racers to put on a show for all the spectators.
“A big thanks to all the people who have helped get the circuit to where it is supposed to be and I am looking to see the best in Australia compete here.
“We have catering all ready to go, the fridges are stocked and the only thing I need to do is mow the lawn to make it look even better.”
Entries for the event will remain open until 15 July and interested crews can enter here.
Already there are more than 40 crews to register their place in the event, including title contenders Jake Swinglehurst, Ryan Taylor and Brett Comiskey.
The Can-Am Loveday 400 takes lace at Loveday 4×4 Adventure Park in South Australia on 29-31 July.