Can-Am Loveday 400 Update
Tuesday, 29 June 2021
As the Covid-19 situation evolves around the country, Tony Whateley and the management team of the Can-Am Loveday 400, the third round of the 2021 BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship, have structured a contingency plan should border restrictions prevent the event from going ahead on 24-25 July.

At this stage (Tuesday 29th June) the management team are continuing to plan for the 24-25 July, however, a final decision will be made and announced on, or before, Friday 9th July. If it is not viable for the Can-Am Loveday 400 to run in July, the contingency plan is to postpone to 25-26 September.

Tony Whateley added “we definitely have the best of intentions to run our event. If we can’t run in July, then we will postpone and not cancel. Given the current state and uncertainty of border restrictions, we understand that competitors might not want to commit to entering and pay the entry fee, so I’ve decided to make Step 1 of the entry process a registration of intent and not take payment until I know for sure the date that we are running.”

“However, we are working under the current supplementary regulations which have discounted entries closing this Friday 2nd July at midnight. Therefore, to secure the discounted entry fee of $950 for 24-25 July or a future date, you must have registered your intent by Friday 2nd July at midnight.”

“We have a maximum of 100 entries and 31 spots already taken; therefore if you were planning on entering the Can-Am Loveday 400, please log in to the online event entry system and complete Step 1 to register and hold your spot for the Can-Am Loveday 400."

"Once you have completed Step 1 please, if you have the information, complete step 2 to enable our administrators to commence the long process of document checking."

Event information, including links to the online event entry system, can be found here.

"We will keep competitors updated when new information comes to hand, but I do appreciate the support that our event has received from the off road racing community" added Tony Whateley".