St George has finally hosted an off road event in 2020 with more than 30 crews venturing out to the South East Queensland region to take part in the Dam Buster 250.
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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.
Nine-time BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Champion Shannon Rentsch is anticipating a huge year in 2021 after recently obtaining a new set of wheels.
The South East Queensland Off Road Racing Association (SEQORRA) has been given a major boost ahead of the 2020 Cobb & Co Hotel St. George 399 with the Queensland Government announcing plans to throw financial support behind the event.
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 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 2019 season saw a number of surprises take place over the course of the year, including the winner of the Sportslite class, which went to Steven Graham.
Making the switch from one category to another in Australian motor sport is often a difficult task, but 2018 DEWALT SXS Australian Champion Simon Evans is relishing the challenge.