As we come to the end of 2018 we’d like to take a moment to reflect on our achievements throughout the year.
A good result at both the Dryandra Chase and the Mid-West Challenge earned Brad Krepp the top place in the Extreme 4WD class for 2018.
WAORRA Extreme 4WD Driver
- Brad Krepp
- Leigh Cooper
- Adrian Brestovac
- Peer Horn
WAORRA Extreme 4WD Navigator
- Blake Pugh
- Andrew Sawyer
- Jade Armstrong
- Daniel Jones
- Callum Elson
The Production 4WD class put in a solid effort during this year’s club championship, with Trav Epis and Blake Pugh taking out the honours following firsts at Bencubbin and the Mid-West Challenge.
WAORRA Production 4WD Driver
- Travis Epis
- Tim Murray
- Darren Schultz
WAORRA Production 4WD Navigator
- Blake Pugh
- Shaun Murray
- Barry Schultz
Join us at WAORRA’s night of nights, as we celebrate the Western Australian Off-Road Racing Association, its members, achievements and champions of 2018!
Come along to the 2018 WAORRA Club Meeting #6 | WAORRA Annual General Meeting (AGM).
When: 7:30pm, Tuesday 13 November 2018
Where: Mills Park Centre, 86 Brixton Street Beckenham WA 6107
Round 5 of the 2018 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel Western Australian Off-Road Racing Championship took place on 22-23 September 2018, in the town of Three Springs, 315km north of Perth in the Mid-West Region of Western Australia.
If you are heading to the 2018 Marsue Transport Bencubbin 400, please note…
There has been a slight change to the event format – laps of the enduro section are now 81km in length (instead of 75km), taking the full competitive distance for State Championship entrants to 430km (349km for Multi-Club entrants).
Why? With seeding in full swing in the wheatbelt, we have made necessary adjustments to the track to better navigate around the freshly cropped paddocks.
Please read the bulletin for more information.