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2020 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
Sea Lake - June 5-7 (Cancelled)     |     Griffith - July 3-5 (Cancelled)     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 22-23     |     Millicent - Sept 25-27

2020 BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Australian Off Road Championship
St George - April 3-5 (Cancelled)    |    Finke - June 5-8 (Cancelled)    |    Loveday - July 10-12 (Postponed)    |    Rainbow - August 28-30 (Cancelled)    |    Kalgoorlie - October 23-25

Massive Season for GRC Motorsport
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Saturday, 28 December 2019
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Source: Toby Cooper
Photographer: Corey Aldridge, Show 'n' Go Photography

Since the release of the Can-Am Maverick X3 in a sport where the chequered flag reigns supreme, there has been no one more consistent since 2017 across the CAMS Australian Off Road Championship than Greg Campbell at GRC Motorsport. Extraordinarily, Campbell has completed full race distance at AORC level over the past three seasons accumulating into three outright top five finishes. Competing in the same vehicle across the three seasons, Campbell has been remarkable; a fourth Outright in 2017, fifth outright in 2018 and a third outright in 2019 being the highlight.

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GRC Motorsport alongside their own brilliant campaign has produced some outstanding success with their Can Am builds done in-house and with product support. Nathan Chivers #676 dominated the NSW SXS Turbo Championship including an outright win at Colo Park; whilst Peter Carr #698 managed a third placing. All three podium getters in the ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship Class 6 were builds from the GRC workshop; Phil Lovett #697 took home first place, Tammy Daley #648 finished her debut season in second ahead of fellow Queenslander Michael Schneider #644.

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Queensland newcomer Christian Rich #619 recorded an outstanding result with an outright victory in the CAMS Queensland Off Road Championship after victory at the Markwell Demolition 160. New South Wales young gun Bryce Chapman in the Runamuk Jimco continued his connection with GRC Motorsport, and following a full rebuild Chapman has excelled in 2019 with three podiums from three starts, including two second places and a sensational maiden national outright victory at the Goondiwindi 400. A highlight for the team in 2019 was GRC builds taking first and second on the class podium at Finke, with Graham and Aaron Colbran coming home second.

For a third consecutive season, Campbell and Josh Bennett kicked off the 2019 AORC campaign with a solid performance at St George in the team’s Can Am Maverick X3 #603. The Tatts Finke Desert Race was up next, and amongst the largest SXS Turbo field to date Campbell showcased his quality and professionalism, taking home the class win in his standout performance of the year with Bennett and young Lachlan Campbell sharing the navi seat!

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The championship once again reached its climax at a soaked Rainbow Enduro in August. Campbell on cue delivered another sterling performance crossing eighth outright in atrocious conditions, cementing the Australian No 3 plate for 2020. In a series where durability, reliability and toughness of the Can Am Maverick shone bright, Campbell continues to make waves on and off the track in all components!

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GRC Motorsport’s successful 2019 could not have been possible without the support of Can Am Australia, BRP, Desert Speed Lab and Racewheels Australia – their commitment and passion to aid the development of the Can Am machines is second to none. As another year draws to a close, GRC Motorsport would like to wish all their customers and supporters a happy, healthy prosperous New Year, see you all on track!