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Thursday, 21 August 2014
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Goondiwindi is coming to life as off road racers and their extreme machine converge on the border town for the third round of the Queensland Off Road Championship and the fourth round of the ARB Off Road Racing Series.

The local teams are putting their weight behind the event with both Knight Bros Racing and Trueline Racing displaying their vehicles in the week leading up to the event.

The Trueline Racing #68 Chev powered Mendeola has been on show on the front lawn of Goondiwindi Tyres Services with customers taking the opportunity to have photos taken with the machine.

2620b_sm The Extreme 2WD #439 Chev C20 from Knight Bros Racing took price of place outside Diesel Care ARB Goondiwindi showcasing the extreme nature of the sport.

With the top seven on the ARB Off Road Racing Series leaderboard entered and on the road to Goondiwindi, the scene is set for a battle for outright points with contenders from across four classes. Heading the charge on the points tally after consistent runs at the first three rounds is the Element Off Road’s Carl Haby and Brenton Gallasch taking charge of the #56 Prodigy.

Within striking range is second placed Andrew McClelland and Murray Mott, the #131 Alumi Craft only 13 points shy of Haby. Only three points behind McClelland is fellow ProLite racers Luke Erceg and Daniel Ziembinski #151, trekking from South Australia chasing down valuable series points.

Leading the Extreme 2WD class and sitting in fourth outright is Mildura’s Ivan Robertson and Brenton Barnfield, the #471 MickleFab machine one of a stable of three MickleFab cars entered this weekend.

Local team #439 Knight Bros Racing currently sit in fifth place, Jamie and Symon Knight just two points behind Robertson. The Sydney based father and son team of Paul and Mark Paul Grant are third in Extreme 2WD and sixth with a two point buffer to seventh place daughter and father team Shannyn and Andrew Fitzgerald.

Action gets underway on Friday night with at the Goondiwindi Showgrounds moving to the start finish venue on Saturday for prologue at 10:30. Admission is $5 per person or $10 per car.

 

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