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ARB Sunraysia 400 - Sup Regs Released
Friday, 24 March 2017
Following the successful running of the opening round of the 2017 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Series, the ARB Town and Country Tyres Stackpoole 400, there will be no rest for series teams with the release today of the supplementary regulations for the second round to be held in four weeks time.

With the ARB Sunraysia 400 slated for the 21st – 23rd April, the week after Easter, workshops around the country will be buzzing with repairs, alterations and preparations as ARB Series teams prepare their machines for the Keera Station 100km course.

The Sunraysia Motorsports Club would also like to advise that, after the successful running of the ARB Town and Country Tyres Stackpoole 400, the organising committee re-considered its race format options. “Unfortunately due to event preparations being well under way the Sunraysia Motor Sport Club was not in a position to make alterations to its race format though will look at its options for 2018 and beyond”.

Following on from the success of last years Friday night scrutiny the Mildura Rural City Council Show ‘n’ Shine in the heart of the Mildura riverfront precinct, Nowingi Place will be a hub of activity as the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Series machinery goes on display from 3.30pm-8.00pm. With all teams required to be in place on the Nowingi Place lawn before 3:30pm and remaining on display until 8:00pm, the general public will have ample time to walk amongst the cars and meet the crews.

Keera Station will come to life on Saturday with the prologue on Saturday morning followed by a top ten shootout which will determine the start order for the following one lap dash of the 100km course.

With four 100km laps in total for the weekend, Sunday will be broken into two sections; the first section is two laps followed by a compulsory 45 minute service break and then the last lap dash to the checkered flag.

The ARB Sunraysia 400 will also be the first round of the newly formed Sunset Challenge; a three round club series. The Sunset Challenge will be a three round series with the first round at the ARB Sunraysia 400, the second at the Sea Lake Mallee Rally and the third will be back on Keera Station later in the year with the date to be announced soon.

For the ARB Sunraysia 400, the Sunset Challenge will be two laps; the lap on Saturday and the first lap on Sunday. At Sea Lake the challenge component will also be the first two laps around Lake Tyrell and, at this stage, it is proposed that the third and final round on Keera Station will be 10 laps of the 15km course.

Camping is available at the track with toilet and shower facilities provided. Enduro course reconnaissance will be on Friday morning at 10.00am. Online entries will be open soon.

Supplementary Regulations can be found here.


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