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Update from the ARB AORRC Committee
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Wednesday, 20 May 2020
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The ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship Committee met last night, Tuesday 19th May, to discuss the way forward for what is left of the 2020 season.

The Committee agreed that one thing is for certain, these are unchartered times with the goal posts, or start line which is more appropriate, moving and varying from state to state.

Unfortunately, but not unexpected, the Griffith Off Road Club advised the Committee that it was not feasible for the ARB Town and Country Tyres Stackpoole 500 to proceed given the current border closures.

The border restrictions also makes it difficult to foresee a way forward for the Goondiwindi and Millicent events as rounds of the 2020 Championship.

Danny Brown explained “it goes without saying that for Goondiwindi and Millicent to go ahead, we need to have all the border restrictions lifted and unrestricted travel between states. The Committee were unanimous in that, to hold a national championship event, the event had to be accessible to all.”

“Both the Goondiwindi Motorsports Association and the Millicent Sand Buggy Club are continuing with their event preparations, and with Goondiwindi having some flexibility to potentially move to a later date if restrictions are still in place in August, we are hopeful that both events may go ahead”.

“We will continue to monitor the situation closely and will do our best to keep updates flowing.”

However, the Committee was united in its resolve to plan and prepare for a full return to racing with a strong 2021 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship.

 

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