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Tuesday, 13 August 2019


Teams from all across the country and from across the oceans are preparing to head to Goondiwindi this weekend for the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400. With two New Zealand entries and one Tasmanian entry, and all mainland states represented, it’s a strong field of Queenslanders that are looking to test their wits against the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship contenders in a list that currently sits on 93 nominations.

The Mickey Thompson Tires AORRA Queensland Off Road Racing Championship has attracted strong numbers this year with bumper competitor lists at the opening rounds. As the Championships heads into the closing rounds for 2019 the points chase is on.

Currently points leader David Loughnan is a no show for Goondiwindi with a family reunion commitment leaving the gate wide open for Andrew Murphy, Clayton Chapman, Sybrand DeKlerk or Michael Schnieder to potentially be on top of the ladder come the checkered flag at the Albins ARB Goondiwind 400 this weekend.

With eight of the top ten points contenders entered, there will definitely be a shakeup of leader board at the fifth of the seven round Mickey Thompson Tires AORRA Queensland Off Road Racing Championship.

Check out the short teaser video compiled by the Mickey Thompson Tires AORRA Queensland Off Road Racing Championship committee.

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