The Polaris Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship makes its way to South Australia this weekend for the fourth round of the 2023 season, Loveday 400.
Here is everything you need to know to stay up to date with the penultimate round of the season.
There are more than 50 crews making up the round’s entry list, with plenty of stars ready to tackle to 400km event,
Much like previous rounds, the SXS class will field the largest of the event with 22 entrants confirmed, while the Pro Buggy class will boast 14 entrants.
The Loveday 400 will have prologue on Friday afternoon, with the opening two sections taking place on Saturday before the final two sections round out the weekend on Sunday.
Friday 28 July
2:30pm – Prologue
Saturday 29 July
8:30 – Section 1
Sunday 30 July
8:30 – Section 2
Fans will be able to get all results for the season opener via live timing and tracking on Rallysafe. All sections will be updated as the event progresses.
Throughout the weekend, the AORC will have a live blog updating fans with key information, which will be available via the website.
Daily wraps and highlights will be available via the website and Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Following the recent announcement with the Seven network, 7Plus will also contain some highlights across the weekend and in the weeks following the event.
Photo: Bob Taylor