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2016 ARB Off Road Racing Series ... Ready Set
Wednesday, 16 March 2016
The ARB Off Road Racing Series kicks it up a notch this weekend with the opening round at Stackpoole in the New South Wales Riverina regions.

Off the 55 entries, 49 have registered with the ARB Off Road Racing series, a great start to the 2016 series.

Headlining the event will be twice event winners Jack Rhodes and David Pullino; the Rhodes Racing Jimco chasing a hat trick of ARB Griffith 400 victories. Even considering the recent withdrawals of some of the sports front runners like Rentsch, Hanson, Glenn Owen, Carl Haby, there is still tough competition in the field aiming to takes Rhodes’ title.

Andy Ryan and Dave Smith will be looking to make the most of their home town advantage; Ryan’s newly powered #50 Alumi Craft sporting a 6cylinder Toyota 2JZ straight six turbo charged power plan will be hard to beat.

After finishing third at the 2015 ARB Griffith 400, Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings #410 will have the top spot of the podium in their sights, pushing hard for the outright win. Danny #42 and Andy #45 Brown, Craig Martin #25, Glenn Towers #80 fresh from his win at the first New South Wales Off Road Championship round at Colo, and Marty Scott #96 also fresh off a win at the Portland Sand Enduro in February are just some of the pro buggy racers in contention for the podium.

Add to them the heavy weight ProLites capable of punching above their class like Dale Martin #103, Andrew Mowles #135 who will want to shake off his Stackpoole voodoo from last year, Cameron McClelland #154 is on a roll after his third outright at Portland a few weeks ago, putting himself in good stead to back up his ProLite class win at Stackpoole last year. Sam Egan #188 finished fourth in class 12 months ago and will be aiming higher up the ladder come race day.

Super 1650 class sees Tyler Owen racing one of Grandpa Reg’s machines, the #255 Funco has had an overhaul and ready for the third generation of Owens to cut their teeth in offroading. Daniel Wells is going for his own records, having tied up three back to back ARB Griffith Super 1650 class wins, he’s aiming for his fourth. A great feat in any sport.

Ally Howells #305 is back at Stackpoole to defend her 2015 ARB Griffith 400 Sportsman title and here class win in the ARB Off Road Racing Series; she battled hard at last year’s event with local Marcus Blanch #357. Greg Barron #312 and Rhett Standen #347 have bolstered this year’s Sportsman class field with strong racing sure to ensue.

Stephen Watkins #505 is making the long trip from Tasmania to compete this weekend, the #505 Toyota Tacoma sure to match wits with Robert Knott who has moved from Extreme 2WD class to Performance 2WD in his Mazda BT50 while Ash Weinert is taking the reins of the team’s Toyota Hilux #515.

The fight will be on in Extreme 4WD class with 2015 ARB Off Road Racing Series class winner Jason Whittaker #898 up against 2015 ARB Griffith 400 Extreme 4WD class winner Owen Ward #832. Who will get the jump start on their 2016 points tally?

The ARB Griffith 400 gets underway on Friday afternoon with scrutiny followed by two days of full on off road racing through the Stackpoole farmlands. Stay up to date all weeekend with the live results via

Event information can be found here.


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