Greg Gartner has begun his 2021 Off Road season on a high after powering his way to victory in the Victoria Off Road Racing Association’s Rainbow Rises 240.…
Hindmarsh Shire Rainbow Desert Enduro organisers are confident this year’s upcoming BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship (AORC) round will be one of the best yet. As usual,…
SXS Turbo driver Nick Jackson will have to wait a little bit longer to redeem himself after a disappointing end to 2019 with the New South Welshman expected to return in 2021.
It’s always tough winning an Australian class title, especially when you have fierce competitors like Greg Gartner and Toby Price in your class. So when Jamie Knight was crowned winner for the Extreme 2WD class last year, the title was an incredible career milestone.
It’s 9am on Saturday, 10 August 2019.
After an evening of continuous torrential rain in Victoria’s west, the first day of the 2019 Hindmarsh Shire Rainbow Desert Enduro has had to be cancelled due to parts of the muddy course being unsafe to race on.
It’s always great to see competitors going at it in the BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship, and the natural ambition for any serious competitor is to come out on top.
John Wisse may have been involved in a specular collision at St George, but come the end of the year, he put himself in the history books after securing the SXS Sports title.
He was a man who stayed under the radar for the majority of the year, but after a turbulent final round at Rainbow where the stars failed to finish – Roydn Bailey was one who stood tall.
The BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship will extend its season in 2020, with two extra events joining the three established national rounds.
Roydn Bailey came from the clouds to take second outright in the 2019 BFGoodrich CAMS Australian Off Road Championship putting in a brilliant performance on the tricky Rainbow track.