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Haby’s victors at inaugural New Riverland 300
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Sunday, 18 July 2021
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Haby’s victors at inaugural New Riverland 300Aaron and Liz Haby have added another title to their mantle driving the Element Prodigy #1 to outright victory at the inaugural New Riverland 300.

The revered husband and wife team clocked in consistent lap times in what appeared to be a drama free weekend of off road racing. Haby, ever the offroader, provided wheel bearings to Tyler Owen and Oliver Stevens after yesterday racing, enabling the #41 crew to work to the early hours of the morning and greet the starter alongside Haby. Owen and Stevens securing second place, making the trip across the border worthwhile.

#85 Todd Lehmann and Aaron Bermingham were 10m35seconds behind Owen to round out the inaugural New Riverland 300 podium.

A massive drive from Chris Pickert #532 saw the class 5 Mitsubishi Triton in fourth place with Bryan Brown, Chris Pickert and James Priestley sharing the navigating duties. Hamish Lochert in the borrowed #137 &S Woftam machine had a decent run to round out the top five with Jamie Andrews in the navigator’s seat.

Mother Nature certainly paid a part in the success of this weekends racing. Rain in the week leading up to the event made for near perfect nearly dust free racing. Hats off to The Waikerie Off Roaders Club members who have put in a mammoth effort to move infrastructure from the old venue to the new venue at New Well.

Of the 38 entries, 15 completed full race distance. The lead changed throughout the day; Gary Turnbull #79 was on song until Power Steering dramas. Tom Owen drove the first four laps today after borrowing a throttle body shaft from Aaron Haby to fix Saturday’s issues. After handing the #30 Alumi Craft over to Dad Glenn after the service brake the team suffered power steering failure of the last lap. Matt Curtis #136 was another at the pointy end of the field until front end failure on lap 4; #66 Andy Murdoch hit a tree and continue racing, returning to the pits to fix, getting a lap under his belt before the power steering failed.

Round 4 of the ARB SAORRA MultiClub Series, the Gotcha Glass Wynarka Enduro is 7-8 August with registrations opening 9am tomorrow, Monday 19th July.

Results for the inaugural New Riverland 300 can be found here.