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AORC Rounds 9 & 10 at Conondale CANCELLED

5 years ago

Rounds 9 and 10 of the 2012 Yamaha Australian Off Road Championship (AORC), scheduled to be held in Conondale, Qld on 28-29 July, have been regretfully cancelled.

The rounds were originally postponed, due to unseasonably wet weather. Despite all efforts to move the event to an alternative weekend, organisers have been unable to secure a new date due to clashes with State Championship calendars.

The 2012 Championship will now be run as a 10-round series, with the final weekend of competition to be held in Kapunda, SA on 25-26 August. Details about the Kapunda weekend and the Championship Presentation Night will be forthcoming. All entries received to date for the cancelled Conondale rounds will be moved to the Kapunda rounds, unless notified otherwise.

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