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  • Snake Racing 3:23 am on 12/11/2013 Permalink
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    2013 NSW Off Round Championship Round 8 – Colo Park Challenge 

    Title: 2013 NSW Off Round Championship Round 8 – Colo Park Challenge
    Location: Colo Park – Putty Road Colo Heights NSW
    Description: CONTACT: Sydney Off Road Racing Association

    ROUND 8 NSW Off Road Championship
    ROUND 6 Sydney Off Road Racing Association Club Championship
    Start Date: 16-11-2013
    End Date: 17-11-2013





  • Snake Racing 11:42 pm on 17/02/2013 Permalink
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    2013 SORRA Club Round 1 Colo Park Supp Regs and Entry Forms 

    Title: SORRA Club Round 1 Colo Park
    Location: Colo Park Putty Road
    Date: Sunday 24th February 2013

    Club President Adam Barnacoat  abarnaco@bigpond.net.au

    Entries to 32 Mitchell Avenue Heckenberg NSW 2070

    DOWNLOAD ENTRY FORMS:ColoParkEntryformClub2013




    Our next Club event is this weekend,

    23/24th February and there will be be a MotorKana as a component of it.

    If you can obtain the licences you need from CAMS on line it would be much apreciated. All the info on the type of licence you need is in Motorkhana sup regs. A 2JNS (jun or 2NS cost is about $15 for the year. This licence is a Non Speed event licence
     the MotorKana part will be held on Saturday afternoon and is an introduction for Juniors to motorsport. The big kids can play too
    it will also be a good time to get your Mini Buggy out and come along to play. Costs wil be minimal and you can get a day licence on line .
    You can even run in your street car. Young adults (Kids) 12 years & over are able to be a part of this day

    You don’t have to have a car licence. If you are going to participate in this event with your children, we would envisage that you would bring cushions and other aids that will make it possible for your juniors or shorter persons to be able to enjoy their learning experiences in motor sport. It is an event for all, new, old, experienced, even the ones that might have forgotten how much fun it is to play with cars & Buggies. So Spread the word , get your toy out and come along and have some fun playing MotorKana at COLO PARK 23rd February

  • Snake Racing 5:54 am on 04/12/2012 Permalink
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    Snake Racing Tough Dog XP900 NSW Off Road Championship Colo Park – Video Footage 

    See Michael Smith and Scott Madison in Snake XP900 Car 688 at Colo Park.

    Michael finished 1st in Class. Congratulations and well done Michael on your win at the final round of the NSW Off Road Championship for 2012.

  • Snake Racing 5:37 am on 04/12/2012 Permalink
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    NSW Off Road Racing Colo Park Car 666 – Video Footage 

    Onboard The Snake Racing 666 car with Wayne Murphy & Chris Taylor at Round 8 NSW Championship Colo Park.

  • Snake Racing 5:29 am on 04/12/2012 Permalink
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    Not everything goes right at Colo Park NSW Off Road Racing – Video footage 

    Check out the wheel FAIL the boys had at Colo Park recently.

  • Snake Racing 5:16 am on 04/12/2012 Permalink
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    NSW Off Road Rally Championship Round 8 Colo Park – Video Footage 

    Check out the fun and action at the final round of the NSW Off Road Championship at Colo Park. 17th – 18th November 2012

  • Snake Racing 11:38 pm on 21/11/2012 Permalink
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    Coleman makes a splash at Lockyer Valley 


    The final round of the Australian Off Road Championship held in Queensland on the weekend saw Matt Coleman and Shawn Teagle take victory at the Mitsubishi Electric Lockyer Valley 300 in their Chevy powered #55 Alpha Pro Buggy. The rain on Friday night and on Saturday forced the event organizers, the Brisbane Sporting Car Club, to slash the original 80km track to 16.5km and change the race format to eight laps of the new shorter course to ensure the season decider could take place. The result was an exciting short course flavored grand finale to the championship season.

    Starting third on the road, Coleman battled with the Pro buggies of Hanson, Bannan and Prout and the Extreme 4WD Titan of New Zealand’s Raana Horan for the outright lead. But by the half way point the Victorian was out in front and didn’t look back as he threaded the big Alpha through the trees on the way to his first outright AORC victory in a time of 1hr 34min 36.890 sec.

    Heading in to the final round of the championship, Matt Hanson and Leigh Wells were on top of the leaderboard and needed a solid finish in the #7 SMU twin turbo V6 Jimco to take the AORC title. With the cars starting at 15 second intervals and little dust due to Saturdays rain, the pace at the front of field was frantic. However Hanson and Wells kept their eyes on the prize, driving their own race to be rewarded with second outright. An effort which allowed them to bank enough points to remain comfortably at the top of the table and secure their maiden Australian Off Road Championship title.

    Third outright was Gerald Reid and Aaron Saliba in the #39 Later Engineering V8 Probuggy. Reid started his offroad career in the Super1650 class and debuted in the Pro class this year and he was estatic with his podium finish behind Coleman and Hanson, after coming tantalizingly close earlier this season.

    Warialda’s Terry Rose and Shane Egan looked at home on the technical track and kept within striking distance of the leaders in their #11 Jimco. However they were forced to settle with fourth outright, 41 seconds behind Reid.

    Chris Western and Stuey Bishop locked in fifth outright and first in the Extreme 2WD Class in their Mickey Thompson Rush truck, after a tense class battle with the iconic #475 Porsche of Greg Campbell who finished second in the Extreme 2WD class.

    Michael and Jae Collins put a string of recent DNF’s behind them to realize the potential of their #12 Subaru powered Chenowth, finishing sixth outright just 36 seconds in front of the #105 Jimco of Les Marshall and Glennys Rose. Marshall relished the tight flowing track conditions to take the Prolite class win, ahead of the NSW based crews of #104 Kelvin and Michael Hill and #140 Garry Simpson and Kevin Ottey.

    Neville Taylor and Kevin McDonald slotted the Team Taylor #6 twin turbo V6 GET Pro buggy into eighth outright.

    Behind Taylor was New Zealand’s Raana Horan and Mike Connor, who once again put the leading Pro buggies on notice in the #899 Big Black Motorsport Titan. Horan was hovering in outright podium contention until a flat rear tyre on second last lap forced the Extreme 4WD pilot into the pits. He returned to the track in time to hold off the #803 Pajero of Clayton Chapman and Adam McGuire by 24 seconds for the Extreme 4WD Class win and ninth outright. Sandy Bowman and Daniel Hardman drew on their Vic high country driving skills to carve up the Lockyer Valley track, until the #833 Chevy powered GQ became stuck in first gear forcing them to settle for third in class.

    The UTV Class was a new addition to the AORC Class line up this year and Wayne Murphy and Chris Taylor took the honours of racking up the first victory in the new category in their #666 Snake Racing Polaris RZR XP. The tight conditions mixed with Murphy’s no holds barred driving style, which he has honed on the ARC circuit this year saw them narrowly miss a top ten finish, placing 11th outright and keeping many of their bigger siblings honest in the process. The #688 Snake Polaris of Michael and Darren Smith took second in class, ahead of Andrew and Rhys North from Queensland in the #671 Polaris.

    Only a handful of seconds split the Super 1650 combatants during the first half of the race, with Ian Hill and Nathan Thorton in the #204 Hurricane holding off reigning class champ #201 Darryl Smith and David McGrath. However when Smith lost time with a wet engine in the second creek crossing on lap 5, Hill took the ascendancy and raced away to take the class win by 24 minutes.

    The Production 4WD Class podium became an all Mitsubishi affair with Rob Chapman and Ross Challacombe taking the class win in the trademark red #703 Triton. Michael and Linda Topfer locked their short wheel based #722 Pajero into second, ahead of Evan Burns and Beth McKay who overcame a gentle rollover at the first creek crossing on lap 6 in their #789 Pajero to finish the race and secure a well deserved third in class.

    The #570 V8 Triton of Bernie Clohesy and #522 V8 Rodeo of Scott Gould have gone toe to toe all season in the Performance 2WD class and their close rivalry continued at Mulgowie. After the 8 laps it was Bernie Clohesy and Kim Stacey who made the best of the slippery conditions to take the class win ahead of Scott Gould and Matt Haywood. While local Queensland driver, Paul Youman was lead the Southerners for the first 4 laps of the race which made up the state championship component of the event.

    After a day of close wheel to wheel racing which snaked through the foot hills of the Darling Downs, through flowing creeks and along tree lined farm tracks, twenty-seven of the 63 entries completed the eight laps. The event was capped off with a presentation dinner for the event and AORC at the Mulgowie Hotel on Sunday night, where the 2012 Outright and Class Champions were presented their trophies.

  • Snake Racing 2:19 am on 21/11/2012 Permalink
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    NSW Off Road Championship 2012 Done and Dusted 

    The final round of the NSW Off Road Championship took place last weekend at Colo Park, the home of Sydney Off Road Racing Association just up the Putty Road in the Hawkesbury area.

    It was a great event after the rain settled and 38 competitors were ready to race.

    Snake managed to finish the NSW Off Road season  with a combination of highs and lows.  A fantastic effort by Michael Smith in the Snake XP900 #688 saw him finish the weekend 1st in the UTV class  and an amazing 6th place outright.  A fantastic effort by Mick and his navigator Scott Madison.

    Snake XP900 Car #666 driven by Wayne Murphy did not finish all races over the weekend after damage to the vehicle, however Wayne was still pleased to end up with a trophy for 2nd in class is his and navigator’s Chris Taylor’s hand. Wayne also finished the year winning the UTV class in 1st position. A great result.

    Unfortunately Brendan Flett with wife Rebecca Flett as navi in Snake XP900 car #677 did not finish all races for the weekend due to damage also, but did finish 3rd in class and did have alot of fun doing so. Well done.

    First outright went to Jeff Thomas in Pro Buggy car #51 with David Nikiforoff in Super 1650 car #290 in 2nd and Peter Skaza in another Pro Buggy #83 in 3rd.

    An up date on outright point scorer for the year is still to come.


  • Snake Racing 4:41 am on 20/11/2012 Permalink
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    NSW Off Road Championship Final Round 2012 Colo Park 

    The final round of the NSW Off Road Championship is being run this weekend at Colo Park.

    The boys from Snake are just about set to go and are taking a 3rd Snake XP900 for a bit of extra fun. Joining usual drivers Madman Wayne Murphy and Mick Smith is Brendan Flett.

    Wayne is out to take out the UTV class for the year and Mick 2nd position which should make for an exciting weekend for the team. Wayne is currently sitting in 7th position on the outright points board and will be chuffed if he can move a little further up the ladder by the end of the weekend. It will make it a very successful year for Snake Racing if he does and the win obviously even better.

    Snake has had a very busy year making the rounds of the country at many events such as Condo 750, 8 rounds of NSW Off Road Championship, 4 rounds of ARC Side by Side Championship and recently a round of the Australian Off Road Championship in Qld. Being the naming sponsor at ARC’s Coffs Coast Rally was also a great week back in October. Colo Park will be a nice local way to wrap up the year and to start making plans for 2013 and generally just be together with all the team for a final weekend for the year.

    Look out for results and photos from the event after the weekend on the Snake website.

    Good luck Wayne and Chris, Mick and Scott and Brendan and Rebecca and to all the teams traveling to Colo Park.

    Any interested spectators are more than welcome to travel to Colo Park along the Putty Road at Colo Heights. Racing kicks off on Saturday afternoon with 2 rounds and Sunday at 9am covering a total  of 102 competitive kilometres. It’s a fun day and there is catering available if you have nothing to do and are up for a Sunday drive. Looking forward to seeing everyone there.

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