A new class for 2022

A new class for 2022

After several rule change applications for an increase in engine capacity, a new class has been high on the agenda for AORRA.

After consultation with affiliated clubs, we feel that together we have come up with the best option for the sport to continue to grow within Australia.

We will create a new class – Class 11 – which will be made up of 2wd and 4wd buggies and trucks with an NA engine capacity of up to 7000 cc, forced induction vehicles within this class will be no more than 3500 cc.

All other current classes will all remain unchanged as many still wish to race the setup they have with no desire for any change which was shown by previous voting results from passport holders. All classes including the new class will battle for class honours as well as outright positions.

This also allows Ultra 4’s, Overseas SXS’s currently being developed and other vehicles that do not fit within current classes to compete until it can be determined where they will fit, as long as all safety standards are met.

It will also allow clubs that feel the new class is not suited to their event, the opportunity to not allow this class to compete in their event.

This new class will commence for the 2022 season but if vehicles are ready prior to this they will be able to enter races but not for position during 2021, upon application to the event.

Full regulations will be released shortly.

Kind regards,

AORRA Committee

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