Off Road Racing Tasmania
Posted Wednesday, 17 September 2014
As the final days countdown for this years’ CJD Equipment Kellevie 300, Tasmanian teams are busy across the state preparing cars for one of off roads toughest challenges. This weekend will be the third round in this years’ state series and after a break of four months since Kempton, many are chomping at the bit to get back behind the wheel!
Posted Monday, 15 September 2014
This weekend Round 3 of the 2014 Tasmanian Off Road Series returns to what has been considered by many as Tasmania’s toughest off road race; the “Kellevie 300”. Set in a natural bush setting on Tassie’s South East near Copping, the event is now in its 22nd year making it one of the states iconic races.
2014 CJD Kellevie 300
Posted Tuesday, 9 September 2014
Early bird entries close tonight for this year’s CJD Kellevie 300.
Competitors wanting to take advantage of the saving offered by the Southern Off Road Racing Association need to have their entries in by post, email or phone tonight. All the details on how to contact via phone or email can be found here
Dirty Dog Racing - Down But Not Out!
Posted Monday, 1 September 2014
Dean Maddock, the man behind the wheel of the Extreme 4WD Rangie from Dirty Dog Racing, has had a week he would probably rather forget:
“It is with great regret that I am informing everyone that because of back surgery I will not be taking any further part in the 2014 season. My surgeon has advised me that I will not be able to get behind the wheel until the 2015 season. But there is good news for the Rangie fans; I am happy to announce that Richard Smith will be campaigning the Rangie at Kellevie and hopefully for the rest of the season. Richard is currently building a Four Runner which will compete in Extreme 4WD next year. I hope everyone makes Richard feel welcome and I will see you track side later in the year - Dean”
Source: Dean Maddock - Dirty Dog Racing
2014 Kellevie 300
Posted Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Supp Regs and entry form are available to download. Take advantage of the "Early Bird" entry fee!
Posted Thursday, 14 August 2014
Finally after what has seemed the longest mid-season break recorded; Tasmanian Off Road Racing is preparing to head back to the track for Round 3 of the series - “The Kellevie 300” to be held over the weekend of the 20th & 21st of September.
Newly elected Southern Off Road Racing Association president Dean Maddock has all the up-to-date news .....
ST Helens Screamer - CANCELLED
Posted Friday, 27 June 2014
The North West Off Road Car Club regretfully advise that this year’s St Helens Screamer scheduled for July 26th has been cancelled due to insufficient entries.
The NWORCC club would like to thank the major sponsors of the event, Frontline Motorcycles and AutoKlene Tasmania for their continued support of this event.
The future of the July date is now becoming increasingly unlikely to continue on the state calendar; disappointing for off road racing in Tasmania to lose event with such a long history on one of Australia iconic tracks.
St Helens Screamer Update
Posted Monday, 23 June 2014
The next event on the Tasmanian calendar is the Frontline Motorcycles/Auto Klene Tasmania St. Helens Screamer to be held Saturday the 26th of July.
This years event will take on a unique handicap system developed last year by the North West Off Road Car Club; a concept that had all cars finishing together on the last lap.
The NWORCC will be closing entries the Monday before the “Screamer” and wish to advise that the event will only go ahead if 8 confirmed entries have been received by this date.
Those teams intending on entering please do so early and take full advantage of the reduced entry before the 14th of July.
Posted Sunday, 22 June 2014
The 2014 MBL Sea Lake Mallee Rally ARB 350 attracted 4 Tasmanian teams to cross the water to Victoria to compete in one of the off road calendar’s favourite races. The small town of Sea Lake comes alive once a year when the invasion of off road racers hits town for an iconic event now in its 41st year