The Warialda Motorsports Club have today announced that due to the prolonged drought conditions throughout the region and the eastern states, and with no rain on the radar, the club and landowner have taken the difficult decision to cancel the 2018 Hunter Rivmaster Warialda Offroad 200, scheduled for 15th & 16th September 2018.
The decision was made last nigth - Friday - at the club meeting; the early decision giving competitors reasonable notice to cancel their travel plans and to make other racing plans.
“We have made this decision in the best interest of the landholders, competitors and the club.”
“We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our sponsors, the landholders and our supporters.”
“We hope to see you all for the next Hunter Rivmasta Warialda Offroad 200.”
It is with much sadness that I have to advise the Off Road Community of the passing of Sue Zettyl. Sue has been a long time member of SORRA, serving for a time as the Treasurer, representing NSW on both the Off Road Panel and AORCOM. Out thoughts and prayers are with Werner, their daughters and family
Please note the following release which has just been published. Regarding additional round in the 2017 AORC. Please circulate accordingly!
Glen Towers and Josh Harris #80 have opened their 2016 NSW Off-road championship campaign with a dominant 4min 34 second victory at Colo Park over the 24 car field on the weekend. Towers prologued 1st and after trailing Michael Spokes #116 by 8 seconds after the first 2 heats, an unfortunate Spokes withdrawal due to mechanical dramas gave Towers a comfortable break. Beginning Sunday morning’s 10 lapper just under 3 minutes in front, the brutal Brenthel recorded race wins in heat 4 & 5 for the perfect start to 2016. It was an impressive drive by Towers and Harris piloting the tight, rutted and dusty 7km Colo track without any problems, turning it on for the spectators who stood in awe as Glen full noise threw his car sideways into the corners behind the canteen!