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Griffith Ahead of Schedule
Wednesday, 25 June 2014
The Griffith Off Road Club have pulled out all the stops with preparations for their July event ahead of schedule; all that’s left to do for the ARB Griffith 400 is for entries to come in and for competitors to arrive.

An extremely productive working bee last weekend saw the track marked and a final tidy up around the Stockpoole staging area. “We even had time to go and collect some firewood” explained Mat Ryan, Stackpoole owner and club organiser.

2537b_sm “We’ve cut out the 5km rocky section of the track and moved it down through the more sandy country. All of the 80km course has been graded and recent rain has left a beautiful green covering and come race weekend, should be almost perfect racing conditions.”

The club has also been busy with their infrastructure. A further two amenity blocks have been installed along with a new event headquarters. Rotary will be providing the catering from Friday night through to Sunday afternoon.

“The format will be very similar to last year; we hope to have all competitors finished just after lunch so we can get into presentations. Teams can then hit the road home or camp overnight and head off on Monday.”

2537c_sm Entries for the ARB Griffith 400 have been open for a week and to date 12 eager competitors have locked in their intention to compete. Currently ARB Off Road Racing Series point sore leaders Glenn Owen and Mat Ryan have nominated, along with brother Andy Ryan.

Goondiwindi’s Michael Napier was again the first to enter and will be looking to continue his fast form before breaking at Sea Lake. Gary Hardie, Paul Grant, Daniel Wells, Mal Bird, Cameron Lyne, Mick Magher and Michael Collins have all entered, making Griffith their third ARB Off Road Racing Series event for the year. Dan Bonnor will face the ARB Off Road Racing Series start lights for the first time since Broken Hill.

With the Toyo Tires Riverland Enduro just two weeks before the ARB Griffith 400 and Griffith discounted entries closing on Friday 4th July before Waikerie has run, the Griffith Off Road Club will offer a full refund to anyone who enters both events but breaks at Waikerie and is unable to make it to Griffith. They do stress however, that the online entry and payment must be received by Friday 4th July before the close of discounted entries.

Mat Ryan continued “there has been a lot of speculation and miss information over the new ruling for frontal head and neck restraints. While the Griffith Off Road Club highly recommend that all competitors use a frontal head and neck restraint, as the ARB Off Road Racing Series events are state championship level events, it is not compulsory for state level events until 1st January 2015.”

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