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CAMS Australian Off Road Championship

2017 Australian Off Road Championship Registrations are now open.

Championship Registrations close at 1700hrs 31 March 2017.

2017 Australian Off Road number reservations are also open. Priority is given to those that register for the Championship therefore any number reservations received for non-championship registrants will not be processed nor a number granted until 1 April 2017.

Download the 2017 AORC Registration and Off Road Number Reservation form here


Class numbers are as follows: 

Class Numbers
Pro Buggy 4-99 & 904-999
Prolite 104-199
Sportslite 1004-1099
Super 1650 204-299
Sportsman 304-399
Extreme 2WD 404-499
Performance 2WD 504-599
Superlite A 6604-6699
Superlite B 604-699
Production 4WD 704-799
Extreme 4WD 804-899

 

About the Australian Off Road Championship

AORC events are defined as ‘long course’ events that are conducted on a track of no less than 15 kilometres in length.

The courses and tracks used for the AORC are often narrow, twisting, tree lined tracks, undulating farmland tracks, mountain tracks and river crossings, sometimes incorporating man made jumps and other obstacles.  With the approval of the Commission ‘short course’ events may also be conducted.

Off Road is an exciting and adrenalin filled discipline of motor sport and is growing in stature with an increasing number of competitors looking to take up the challenge.

Competitors attend these rounds from every state with most events incorporating a round of their State Championship which attracts local competitors, sponsors and spectators.

Off Road cars are some of the most impressively engineered in Australian motor sport and most incorporate complex, long travel suspension systems and powerful engines to enable them to negotiate the rugged, dusty and sometimes muddy terrain they encounter as fast as possible.

There are a number of different classes of competition with vehicles ranging from purpose built buggies with engines up to 6000cc to modified 4WD vehicles. Except for the single seater’s all vehicles consist of a driver/navigator team. The endurance aspect of the racing makes each course a test of driver skill and mechanical preparation. Each of these forms a championship in its own right.

For further information visit the Australian Off Road Championship Official website: www.aorc.com.au