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“to promote a safe, fair and enjoyable family friendly series
with a focus on a transparent, open and professional
attitude to competitors”

Pines Discounted Entries Closing Soon
Wednesday, 07 September 2016
Discounted entries close this Friday, 9th September at midnight, for the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400, the final round of the 2016 ARB Off Road Racing Series and the final round of the 2016 CAMS South Australian Off Road Championship.

The early bird entry incentive saw an influx of entries in the first 48 hours with further nomination steadily coming through to currently sit at 55. There’s also the chance to win $1,000, when one lucky competitor’s name will be drawn out of a hat at Saturday’s competitor briefing.

Following Friday’s scrutiny and public display, the on track entertainment will commence at 10am Saturday the 24th September with the Hards Transport Prologue held at Teagle's Quarry right on the outskirts of Millicent. The one lap sprint around the 6km track will see buggies, trophy trucks and 4WD's flying over the natural terrain and manmade jumps that are all visible from the main arena.

In a new format for 2016, after the Prologue has been completed, competitors will be grouped into heats of 12 to 14 cars based on their qualifying time. Each heat will have cars starting in pairs with gaps of 30 seconds between each pair. The competitors will complete three laps of the 6km quarry circuit, and with the overall time counting towards their total race time for the event. This will ensure more competitors track time on Saturday and allowing spectators to see more of their favourite drivers throughout the day.

The main race will see the field head off to forest from 8.30 Sunday morning and has also seen format changes with the grid reversed based on Saturdays results. This will see the fastest cars set to take off at the rear of the field which should prove popular with many race teams tackling the local pine forests. It will mean that the smaller and less capable vehicles will get first use of the forest tracks and the faster cars will have the track swept clean as they take on the six by 70km circuit that winds through the Wattle Range Council roads, OneFortyOne Plantations and ForestrySA tracks.

With both point scores undecided, it will come down to the wire come the drop of the Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400 checkered flag on Sunday 25th September.

The Millicent Sand Buggy Club members had been busy with pre event preparation and we can report that the track is looking great and in true ‘Pines’ style, there won’t be a dust problem this year.

Click here for event information, including link to online entry form.


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