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Wednesday, 16 July 2014
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The ARB Off Road Racing Series changes up a gear with this weekend’s running of the third round, the ARB Griffith 400. The Stackpoole wheat fields, 70km north west of Griffith, will come alive as the 71 nominated teams converge on the Ryan family farming property.

With the top nine points contenders entered, along with many of the class contenders, the scene is set for a battle of not only the outrights, but also the classes, as the series heads into the business end of the season.

Four classes make up the top nine with Glenn Owen leading the charge on 150 points after his outright wins at the first two rounds.

A third and second podium finish at rounds one and two respectively, slotted Carl Haby into second on 147 points, just 3 points shy of Owen.

ProLites feature strongly in the top 9 headed by Luke Erceg on 142 points in third please, Andrew McClelland on 136 points in fourth. Rounding out the ARB Off Road Racing Series top five on the leader board is Ivan Robertson and the first of the Extreme 2WD in the top ten.

Jan Kraaij will be pushing hard to move up the leader board, sitting third in ProLite class and tied for sixth outright with fellow Queenslander Jamie Knight. Knight will be chasing down Robertson for Extreme 2WD honours, just 11 points ashy.

Shannyn Fitzgerald leads the Super 1650 class and sits in eighth outright, just one point ahead of Paul Grant #405 in ninth. Fitzgerald will have Brett Price, who’s only one point behind, chasing her down along with Cameron Lyne currently on 60 points.

Bernie Clohesy and Chris Hardie are neck and neck in the Performance 2WD class with just one point separating the two hard chargers.

A good turnout for the Extreme 4WD class sees current leader Kerry Turley 31 points ahead of Owen Ward with a further 29 points back to Mick Magher. The return of Sandy Bowman to the class will put the cat amongst the pigeons with only three rounds remaining for Bowman to make up a massive points deficit.

Recent light rain at the Stockpoole venue have put the track in near perfect racing conditions and with the forecast for cold yet sunny days on Saturdayt and Sunday, teams can expect a top weekend of off road racing.

The ARB Griffith 400 is also the sixth round of the New South Wales Off Road Championship and the event will see at least ten Championship campaigners vying for New South Wales Off Road Championship along with ARB Off Road Racing Series points.

 

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