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2021 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
Pooncarie - April 16-18     |     Griffith - July 2-4     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 13-15     |     Millicent - Oct 15-17

2021 BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Australian Off Road Championship
St George - March 19-21   |    Finke - June 12-14    |    Loveday - July 23-25    |    Rainbow - August 27-29    |    Kalgoorlie - October 21-24

Haby wins Can-Am Loveday 400
Sunday, 25 October 2020
A thrilling end to a drama free day saw Aaron and Liz Haby take outright honours at the Can-Am Loveday 400 and securing the silverware for the 2020 Motorsport Australia Central East Cup. The husband and wife Haby duo pulled a massive 8 minute lead over the chasing podium.

The minor placings came down to a nail biting finish with the results undecided until Toby Whateley, Hayden Bentley and Garry Turnbull all crossed the finish line; the end result, just 6.72 seconds separating second and third place and fourth place 16.94seconds shy of third.

Hayden Bentley and Viv Coe clocked in consistent lap times to secure second place in the debut run on the Racer Trophy Truck #818 while Garry and Tamara Turnbull #79 recovered from a sluggish fourth race to round out the Can-Am Loveday 400 podium.

Toby Whately and Simon Herrmann #421 were pushing hard but couldn’t make up the lost time from Saturdays race two when they stopped to check what they thought was a flat tyre and turned out to be dirt in the wheel.

Fifth place and first in ProLite class in their first attempt at the Loveday course was Brett Smith and brother in law Mike Peake #161, 16m13seconds off the pace of Whateley.

Catch up on the results and rewatch the live streams here.