As the Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) lands in Dungog, New South Wales (NSW) for Rounds 3 & 4, here’s what to look out for before the back-to-back Enduro racing kicks off tomorrow, April 6.

As the Dungog record breaking lists of competitors begin to arrive, temperatures and conditions are expected to be perfect.

London Snodgrass - AORC Round 2, 2019

London Snodgrass – AORC Round 2, 2019 – Image by John Pearson Media

With lush grassy tracks and recent rainfall, accompanied by a forecasted sunny weekend, the world-class list of competitors including the likes of Josh Green (Active8 Yamaha Yamalube), Daniel Milner (KTM Enduro Racing Team) and Daniel “Chucky” Sanders (Husqvarna Enduro Racing Team) will be given the perfect blank canvas on which to create their masterpiece.

St. Joseph’s Primary School Visit

Accompanied by Active8 Yamaha Yamalube’s Josh Green, Michael Driscoll and Luke Styke, AORC headed to St. Joseph’s Primary School to speak to its near 100 students on rider safety, appropriate gear and how to get started in motorcycle racing. With an upcoming rider in their midst taking part in the weekend racing, alongside Dungog local Driscoll, Rounds 3 & 4 is set to put Dungog on the map and the leader board!

Fraser Higlett - AORC Round 2, 2019

Fraser Higlett – AORC Round 2, 2019 – Image by John Pearson Media

Visit Dungog

Located in the Hunter Region, Dungog is the quintessential Australian town renowned for its forests, mountains and rivers. Bordered by the Barrington Tops plateau, the region is characterised by rugged hilly country and two principal rivers, the Williams in the East and the Paterson in the West.

The economy of this town and the Dungog Shire Council has traditionally been based on agriculture and timber, with the river flats suitable for intensive agricultural production.

Upon landing in the Dungog Region, there is a mountain of opportunities for activity. Visitors can explore the rainforests of Barrington Tops National Park, which are of international significance and form part of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area.

Other areas of note include the Dungog Museum and the Clarence Town Historical Museum, which each focus on their respective town’s rich history with a desire for preserving and supporting the local heritage.

Head to Visit Dungog for more information.

Daniel Milner - AORC Round 2, 2019

Daniel Milner – AORC Round 2, 2019 – Image by John Pearson Media

Entry List

A Dungog record breaking entry list of over 240 riders will descend on Chichester Dam Rd this weekend. You can access the full Entry List here.

Live Timing Details

For all updates on each rider’s results throughout the weekend, the world is your oyster with MYLAPS live timing results available via the AORC Live Timing page, or you can download the MYLAPS app via the App Store or Google Play.*

For greater insight into this weekend’s results, you can also download the Race Monitor app via the App Store or Google Play.

Stay up to date with all the happenings of the 2019 Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship by visiting the AORC Website at aorc.org.au.

AORC heads to Dungog for Rounds 3 & 4

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