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

2019 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
Griffith - July 5-7     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 16-18     |     Millicent - Sept 20-22

Victory for Chapmans at Donnybrook
Tuesday, 30 July 2019
Photographer: Stuart Chapman

Clayton and Amy Chapman #15 have taken the outright victory at the National Pump and Energy 100 held at Donnybrook Station over the weekend in 1h16m37.006seconds. The Chapman duo narrowly edged out Sybrand De Klerk #652 for the win, finishing the 10 laps with just a 4.023 second lead over the Can Am Maverick X3 of De Klerk and were lucky to hold onto the win after the Razorback #15 ‘went for a swim’ in the creek after they went slightly wide in a corner and slipped into the creek. Clayton kept the buggy pinned, coming out on three wheels only to slip back down again, finally making their way out and back on to the track. A hairy anxious moment for the team but with no damage they went on to win.

Rohan Merchant held onto his day one third place to slot his Class 10 machine into third place, 1m37seconds off the pace of De Klerk. Fourth place went to Drew Callander #699 with Andrew Murphy #131 rounding out the National Pump and Energy 100 top five.

22 teams headed to the Donnybrook Motorsport Complex to tackle the 10km sprint course for the fourth round of the Mickey Thompson Tires AORRA Queensland Off Road Racing Championship and round three of the Mickey Thompson Tires AORRA Queensland Short Course Series with 12 teams completing the full race distance.

Positions from sixth to 12th place were Aaron Phillis #644, Dave Muir #633, Ryan Jones #612, David Loughnan #601, Les Long #6626, Keith Daley #623 and Tammy Daley #648.

David Loughnan #601 clocked in a finish but suffered flat tyres and a broken rear axle. Stuart Chapman’s #815 race was over before it started, a broken heim joint seeing the young off roader relegated to photographer duties for the weekend.

Jim Dwyer #104 had an eventful weekend, colliding with a tree on Saturday, fixing and returning to racing on Sunday only to have an altercation with another tree.

Misfire issues ended Jason Salt #6644 Donnybrook adventures while overheating in the #6625 machine saw Bryce Titmarsh on the trailer.

Lost wheels inflicted Aaron Marchant #396 and Luke Buckingham #207 while Brett Thorn #659 lost a wheel and broke an axle. Brian Bradford #264 found himself bogged and subsequent injector issues; Young Brayden Mifsud was driving a great race until a bull joint let go and speared him across the causeway ending his day.

Chris Land #6680 hit the water crossing too hard, filling the radiator with mud.

Queensland racing now heads to the Albins ARB Goondiwindi in just over two weeks time for the next round of the Mickey Thompson Tires AORRA Queensland Off Road Racing Championship and the second round of the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship.

Event information including results can be found here.