Competitors eager to register a number for next year’s six-round BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship (AORC) can now do so.
Unlike previous years, competitors will no longer have to register for the championship in order to secure points at any of the rounds they attend, however they will have to register 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 5 March otherwise their number may be reallocated to another competitor.
The 2022 AORC season will be one of the biggest in recent years, with six rounds across six states and territories.
Starting in March, the Cobb & Co Hotel St George 399 is the season opener once again with the brand new Pooncarie Desert Dash in New South Wales hosting the next event.
June’s iconic Tatts Finke Desert Race will act as the third round, just one and half months before the Can-Am Loveday 400 in South Australia.
The season then heads to Victoria for the Hindmarsh Shire Rainbow Desert Enduro before wrapping up in the West with the Black Diamond Drilling Kalgoorlie Desert Race in October.
Competitors not intending to compete in St George 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 a number of choice.
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