Off Road crews looking to be part of history this year have just one week enter the 2021 Cobb & Co Hotel St George 399.
With the early bird entries for the BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship’s (AORC) season opener closing today, crews only until Friday 5 March to get their entry in before the event.
There have already been 75 crews from around the country entered into the Queensland event, making it highly likely the overall total will surpass the previous record of 75.
The St George 399 cemented itself as the second biggest event on the AORC calendar after a huge turnout in 2019 and with record numbers expected to enter the opening round of what will be the biggest year of the championship in recent years, crews are encouraged to enter before they miss out.
South East Queensland Off Road Racing Association President Kym Barber was pleased with the entry list so far.
“This is such a big year for the AORC and it all starts here in St George. We couldn’t be happier with how it’s looking so far,” Barber said.
“We really encourage crews to get their entry in soon because with so many people to be in the title race for class and outright come Kalgoorlie in October, every point matters.
“The club is happy to answer any questions and assist people with any issues they are having around entering the event.”
The 2021 BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship gets underway with the Cobb & Co Hotel St George 399 on 19-21 March.
Photo: Terry Hill Photography