Yamaha backs AORC for 2015
Motorcycling Australia (MA) and the Enduro Commission have announced that Yamaha Australia are again supporting the Australian Off-Road Championship in 2015.
Yamaha’s long standing sponsorship of the Australian Championship continues in to next year after a successful 2014.
A massive contributor to all motorcycle sport in Australia, the Yamaha team are happy to again throw their support behind the AORC.
“Yamaha are excited to again be major sponsors for one of Australia’s premier motorcycling championships.” Yamaha Motorsports Manager, Ray Howard said.
“Australia boasts some of the best Enduro racers in the world and we’re happy to be able to assist in providing a first class championship for them to display their talents at a domestic level.
“We’re looking forward to working with the AORC team for another successful year.”
Championship Coordinator Denise Hore expressed her thanks to Yamaha for their continued support.
“We’re very thankful to Yamaha Australia for their extremely generous support of the AORC.” She said.
“Without their generosity there is no way the AORC could continue in its current format, each year our partnership with Yamaha gets better and better and we can’t wait to see what 2015 will bring.”
Next year’s championship kicks off in Queensland in March before rolling through to Victoria, South Australia, back to Queensland and the final four rounds will take place in New South Wales.
Yamaha Australian Off-Road Championship 2015 Calendar Rounds 1 & 2 – March 21-22, Kilkivan, QLD: Sprint, Sprint Rounds 3 & 4 – April 18-19, Hedley, VIC: Cross Country*, Sprint Rounds 5 & 6 – May 23-24, Karoonda, SA: Cross Country*, Sprint Rounds 7 & 8 – June 20-21, QLD Ride Park, QLD: Enduro, Enduro Rounds 9 & 10 – July 25-26, Kyogle, NSW: Cross Country*, Sprint Rounds 11 & 12 – August 15-16, Monkerai, NSW: Cross Country*, Sprint
*Subject to weather conditions
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