Off Road Racing Tasmania
Posted Monday, 30 March 2015
The countdown to the first round of the 2015 Opposite Lock Tasmanian State Series is on with less than two weeks until the official start of the season.
This year the very popular Huntington Tavern Wildest Off Road Dash will be the season opener held on Saturday the 11th of April in the small southern town of Kempton
Round 1 Tasmanian State Series "The Huntington Tavern Wildest Dash"
Posted Sunday, 22 March 2015
Suop Regs for The Huntington Tavern Wildest Dash at Kempton on 11th April 2015 are now available for download.
RSVP's Close This Week for State Dinner
Posted Wednesday, 4 March 2015
RSVP’s close this week for the inaugural State Off Road dinner, to be held at the Man ‘O Ross Hotel in Ross on Saturday the 14th March.
The dinner has been well received by the state off road fraternity and already 70 plus people have booked a seat for what is set to be the first of many annual dinners.
Those competitors’, officials, families and friends wishing to attend please contact one of the below or email email@example.com so numbers can be finalised with the venue.
Scott Rockliff – NWORCC,
Dean Maddock – SORRA,
Chris Shepheard TORCC
Posted Saturday, 21 February 2015
Spectacular wheel to wheel racing right to the checkered flag saw Ian Fish snatch victory in the second race and the ultimate outright win at the Harvestco King of the Dune from Daryl Nissen who led race two from the drop of the start flag.
Posted Thursday, 19 February 2015
Three Tasmanian cars are loaded and ready to start their 2015 season this weekend at the Harvestco King of the Dunes in Portland Victoria.
Twenty seven entries are ready to take on the 15km picturesque sand circuit through Discovery Bay, 40km west of the coastal town of Portland.
Posted Thursday, 22 January 2015
Three Tasmanian teams have already booked their ferry ride to the mainland, setting the stage for a cracker opening round to the Victorian Off Road Championship come February.
Last years’ Harvestco King of the Dunes champion, Tasmanian Scott Rockliff, will be back at the Discovery Bay sand dunes to defend his crown; looking to back up his impressive 2014 dune racing results where he took the outright wins at Australia’s two major dune events, Portland and St Helens.
Posted Monday, 22 December 2014
Scott Rockliff has taken out the final round of the Tasmanian Off Road Series last weekend at Latrobe; the win also giving Rockliff the state series title for 2014.
Rockliff lead from start to finish over the four heats holding off the fast charging Luke Whelan and Chris Boon all wanting their name on the 2014 series shield.