Off Road Racing Tasmania
Posted Tuesday, 1 September 2015
The official countdown has started to what is arguably Tasmania’s toughest off road race; the Kellevie 300 to be held 19 & 20th of September. This year’s race will be Round 4 of the Opposite Lock Tasmanian State Series and the second event of the year for host club the Southern Off Road Racing Association
MYLAPS Results for the "Screamer"
Posted Thursday, 30 July 2015
Results for last weekends St Helens Screamer can now be found on the MYLAPS website.
Tiny Takes the Screamer Home!
Posted Saturday, 25 July 2015
Chris "Tiny" Boon has taken out Round 3 of the Opposite Lock Tasmanian Off Road Series - The Northwest Off Road St Helens Screamer. Second home was the Pro Buggy of Michael Donohoe and 3rd the Pro Lite of Jack & Emily Radcliffe. All results are unofficial until presentations tonight....more details to come.
Posted Tuesday, 21 July 2015
Southern Off Road Racing Association president Dean Maddock has the troops prepped and ready to roll this weekend:
“This year’s Screamer is set to be one of the most important winter sand enduros for years. With 11 cars set to battle it out for much needed championship points racing will be tight. There is only 22 points separating the top ten in this year’s push for the outright championship and only 10 points separating the top 4 positions"
Lightforce Performance Lighting Gets Behind Round 3
Posted Sunday, 19 July 2015
Tasmanian State Series sponsor Opposite Lock have joined forces for this year’s St Helens Screamer with Lightforce Performance Lighting; up for grabs next weekend is a 20 inch light bar from Lightforce valued at over $500.00.
After two Opposite Lock State Series rounds, nine teams are still in contention for the series prize; those teams have entered all of the 2015 rounds including this weekend’s Screamer.
Opposite Lock, in conjunction with its suppliers, have backed this year’s state series offering a random prize draw for teams who have entered every round of the series; the initiative hoping to encourage teams to continue in the series for the full year.
The "Screamer" Gets Closer
Posted Sunday, 28 June 2015
It’s now just 4 weeks until the 3rd Round of the 2015 Opposite Lock Tasmanian State Series rolls into St Helens for the St Helens “Screamer” on July 25th!
Entries close July 10th for this years event. No entries will be accepted after this date.
The NWORCC urges everyone to send their entries in as soon as possible. Already confirmed to be on the start line is the UTV of Scott Anderson, Chris (Tiny) Boon in his #191 Pro Lite and #906 Pro Buggy of Michael Donohoe.