2019 BFGoodrich CAMS Australian Off Road Championship
St George - May 5-7    |    Finke - June 7-10    |    Rainbow - August 9-11

2019 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
Mildura - April 26-28     |     Sea Lake - June 7-9     |     Griffith - July 5-7     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 16-18     |     Millicent - Sept 20-22

2018 CAMS Queensland Off Road Championship Update
Friday, 09 February 2018
The CAMS Queensland Off Road Championship (QORC) has confirmed four Long Course rounds for the 2018 season. Following on from 2017, the same clubs have again nominated to host rounds of the Championship in 2018. This will again see events spread evenly across Queensland, with two rounds to be held in the North and two rounds in the South of the State.

The Championship has undergone some changes in 2018, with a new dedicated logo to help improve the Championships profile and an updated Outright and Class awards structure. In 2018 the Championship is awarding first, second and third Outright Driver and Navigator, along with each Class winning Driver and Navigator. The Outright Champion Driver and Navigator will be awarded at the CAMS Queensland Motor Sport Awards evening as in previous years.

The CAMS Queensland Off Road Championship is set to get underway on the 3-4 March with round 1 at the Lockyer Enduro, situated in the Lockyer Valley an hour west of Brisbane. This event is tough test for competitors to kick off the season with the hilly terrain, creek crossings and varying open and tree lined tracks.

The Championship will then travel west for Round 2 at St George. The St George 399 is scheduled for the 4-5-6 May and will also encompass the opening round of the BFBoodrich CAMS Australian Off Road Championship, giving the Queensland competitors a chance to challenge interstate competitors making the trip up to Queensland.

The Championship then heads north to Charters Towers, west of Townsville, for the Millchester Festival of Dirt on 15-16 September. This event is held at the recently opened Motor Sport Precinct, which is a dedicated permanent venue set up in the region to host a variety of motor racing events.

The final round sees the CAMS Queensland Off Road Championship return to an old favourite, that has recently returned the Championship calendar, the Retreat 260. The event is situated 65km west of Mackay on the Peaks Down Highway and offers competitors their last chance to secure points in 2018, while testing their abilities with its fast, flowing tree lined course layout.

With the Championship steadily growing over the last couple of years, all of the organisers of the CAMS Queensland Off Road Championship are excited to get the season underway and eagerly await to see who will be crowned 2018 Champions.