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Pines Update #3
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Thursday, 03 September 2015
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With discounted entries for the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 closing next Friday 11 September and premium entries closing a week later, Friday 18th September, the competitor list is looking very enticing for the off road enthusiasts with many top teams making the journey from all across the country.

The race committee have changed the prizemoney and entry fee structure this year. In short, once competitor numbers reach 85 entries the prizemoney will increase dramatically. If those 85 entries are lodged before the close of discounted entry, then the entry price will remain at the discounted rate until the close of entries.

As the third round of the ARB Off Road Racing Series and the third and final round of the South Australian Off Road Championship for 2015, the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 is a must do on many offroaders annual bucket list.

A regular to the pine forests of Mt Burr is Victorian Mark Burrows, who will be trying to improve on his two previous outright wins at the event. The seven times Australian champion has been without a win this season and will be pushing his 600 horsepower Jimco hard throughout the weekend.

3038b_sm South Australian young gun, Jack Rhodes, has been the form driver in recent events and would love to add the 2015 Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 to his ever impressive resume. The halfway leader at this year’s Tatts Finke Desert Race, Rhodes’ awesome display of skill and precision driving is sure to amaze the public viewing patrons.

Penola’s Greg Gartner is a name synonymous with high flying, dirt throwing spectacular sideways action. The thundering trophy truck always brings the crowd to their feet as he throws the Ford F150 around the Teagle’s Quarry prologue track on Saturday.

Gartner and Jamie Jennings will be one local team hoping for a great race result at the event that has been a tough one for them in recent years. The duo currently leads their South Australian Off Road Championship class heading into this third and final round.

Millicent Sand Buggy Club member Daniel Lamb is well placed in the South Australian Off Road Championship sitting in an outright sixth position in his Rimco Pro buggy after the first two rounds. With consistent results so far, another top drive from Lamb could see him push onto the Championship podium come race end on the Sunday.

Other confirmed local entries are Grant Bowden driving the ex Greg Gartner V8 Ford Trophy Truck and the Super 1650 of Greg Vivian, who will both be excited to take on some of Australia’s best off road racers on their home track.

The Millicent Sand Buggy Club would like to thank the event’s major sponsors; Teagle Excavations, ARB 4x4 Accessories and Hards Transport and the other generous sponsors making it possible for this event to occur in Millicent, South Australia.

For regular updates visit www.arboffroadracing.com.au and like the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro Facebook page

Event information can be found here.

Photographers: Steve Chapple Photography & Andrew Stott
 

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