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2020 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
Sea Lake - June 5-7     |     Griffith - July 3-5     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 14-16     |     Millicent - Sept 25-27

Sea Lake - June 5-7     |     Griffith - July 3-5     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 14-16     |     Millicent - Sept 25-27


 


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Rhodes Rules at Paringa
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Saturday, 05 April 2014
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Jack Rhodes and David Pullino have driven a perfect race strategy at today’s running of race one of the ARB Paringa Desert 400, round one of the ARB Off Road Racing Series. The inaugural race has attracted a 63 strong field of seasoned campaigners and new blood all looking to stake their claim on the ARB Off Road Racing Series silverware.

Rhodes, who started out of second place for the one lap sprint through the rugged outback, clawed a 23second lead over Glenn Owen and Matt Ryan, to secure pole position on tomorrows start grid and was the only team to do a sub 50 minute lap time clocking in at 49m43.484s.

2minutes 11seconds off the pace of Owen was the first of the Element Racings teams pro buggies with Carl Haby and Terry Schultz crewing the #56 Prodigy.

16 year old Tanner James with navigator Brett Plant guiding his young charge, proved he’s going to be a force to be reckoned with, slotting the recently upgraded Pro buggy Razorback into fourth, and only 4 seconds of the pace of the more experienced Haby.

The Queensland father and son team of Michael and Jae Collins made their trip south worthwhile rounding out race one top five.

The tough technical track appeared to be a winner from competitor reports, with most looking forward to tomorrow’s four laps around Paringa Station. Of the 63 starters today, only five failed to complete full race distance.

Follow the live results for the ARB Paringa Desert 400 here

Photographer: Van Nixon
 

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