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  • Snake Racing 12:05 am on 18/06/2013 Permalink
    Tags: , Alice Spings, , , Emily Attard, , Finke Desert Race 2013,   

    Tatts Finke Desert Race – Downunder Racing words by Emily Attard 

    WORDS BY EMILY ATTARD – DOWNUNDER RACING

    There is certain calm the night before you depart for Alice Springs. Something like the calm before a storm. The transporter is on route carrying the precious cargo, the work sheds are bare and the swearing and tool throwing has come to a complete halt. Our preparation for this iconic race had begun early. Taking many long nights, numerous cups of coffee and of course coin from our pockets. For us, our schedule revolves around Finke. This event puts birthdays on hold, football games on record and is considered the annual Attard Family holiday.

    The Downunder Racing crew had all landed, having flown in from NSW and QLD spirits were high, we had worked hard and a successful weekend was the plan. However, I guess Finke had different plans in mind for us…..

    The sun rose over Prologue day as the engines started to warm. The air is crisp and the pits reek of determination/nervousness. You speak to any rider or driver and they are always more intimidated by Prologue than the Finke race itself. I guess because anything can happen and not knowing is the worst thing of all.

    The Lucas Oil Chevy was purring as she waited on the start line. If offroad racing was like Rugby, then Trophy Trucks were like your front row. The Chevy being one of them, they are chosen for their size and strength. They are bigger, stronger, heavier and their job is to move forward with power.

    When the light flashed green it was go time, driver Daniel Attard was standing on it. Leaving any fear or uncertainty in the dust behind him. The Attard brothers were on a mission. The BF Goodrich tyres storming through the dirt our opening to Finke 2013 looked promising. But that’s the thing about Finke…. It can turn your glory into dust just like that. Daniel and Navi Matt Attard had already conquered half the track when they turned into a corner and rolled a swift 2 and a half times. Just like that the heavens closed and a cloud of devastation surrounded them. The once pristine panels were now bruised, broken and the big Chevy lay on its side as the chopper stalked in the skies above. The crew grouped back in the pits with little words on what went wrong. I guess because no words could explain how you feel in those moments when you have no control and whilst disappointment lurked amongst us we still had a truck to fix for racing the next day.

    As we awoke to Race Day 1, the Sunday paper had our Prologue troubles as their front page news. Whilst the rolling motion still lingered, yesterday was history and today not only for us but all teams was a new day. A day to abandon yesterday’s problems and to chase any lost ground.

    However it was at approximately 160km in to the Finke Desert Race that bad luck striked again. The Trophy Truck flipped, already without a bonnet and suffering from yesterday’s incident, to prevent any further trauma to the Lucas Oil Chevy we would surrender there in the middle of that Aussie Outback.

    That’s racing. That’s life, you win some you lose some.

    When you enter the Tatts Finke Desert Race you should never hope to go out there and win, you should only hope to finish and anything that comes after that is a plus.

    Any off-roader will tell you we don’t do it for the money or even the bragging rights. If you did you’re in the wrong sport. We do it for those minutes of freedom behind the wheel. We follow the dirt, we out run the dust and just try to chase the dream.

    As we boarded the flight bound for home we turned our back on the small town of Alice, the cruel red dust and promised ourselves this would be the last time.

    It won’t be.

    I don’t know if it’s the whoops, that blue horizon or roaring down a track that seems to have no ending but there is something that always has you coming back. Maybe it’s for that feeling you get when you’re out in the middle of the desert. When you feel like you’re separated from reality and even if it is only for a few minutes or kilometres…you feel free.

    Checkers or Wreckers.

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  • Snake Racing 1:29 am on 12/06/2013 Permalink
    Tags: , , Colin Hodge, , Finke Desert Race 2013, , , , ,   

    Bentley Takes Second Finke Title 

    FIRST PUBLISHED OffRoadRacing.com.au Tuesday 11th June 2013


    “It is really is special to get a second one and show the first one wasn’t luck, and to join some of the greatest offroaders we have ever seen who have won this race more than once is unbelievable” said Hayden.

    The podium was filled with Finke Desert Race royalty, with the second and third place getters also multiple winners.

    Second outright was the son and father team of Shannon and Ian Rentsch, who finished the race in a total time of 3hr 46min 25sec. “The last few years we haven’t had any luck here at all so it is great to have a good finish with no trouble and get some more points towards our AORC assault. You need a lot of luck here and need to play your cards right. The car was good and gave us no trouble at all and hopefully we can keep the ball rolling for the rest of the AORC.”

    Finke veterans Mark Burrows and Colin Hodge greeted the checkered flag in third outright in their #21 MBR Jimco in a time of 3hr 50min 4 sec. Joking that they are on a first name basis with the thousands of Finke whoops, the Victorian pair started the day in fourth position and moved into third early in the race home when the #413 OBR Geiser Truck of Beau Robinson rolled.

    Matt Coleman and Shawn Teagle were fourth outright in the #55 V8 powered Alpha, ahead of the first of the Extreme 2WD’s, the #441 Geiser Truck of Geddes and Ward. The husband and wife team of Geoff and Liz Roe was sixth outright and finished less than a minute behind Geddes to take second in the Extreme 4WD Class. With little separating the two trucks on the return leg the pace was fierce with both drivers reporting a number of exciting moments on the return leg.

    Alice Springs locals, Andrew Mowles and Matthew Ryan were seventh outright and winners of the ProLite Class. Mowles had previously campaigned the Razorback as a single seater, but has switched to running a navigator for 2013 with success. “The first 50-60km was just dust, but it is the same for everyone. I really enjoyed having a navigator; it is more enjoyable and allowed me to concentrate more on the driving” said Andrew.

    The #24 Tatum of Ryan Taylor was eighth outright, ahead of the #47 Jimco of Steven Sanderson and Braeden O’Cass. Shawn and Robert Swaffield rounded out the top ten in their #110 ProLite Alumi Craft.

    Craig Prettlejohn and Richie Hayes took the Super 1650 class honours in the #223 AHI Racing Razorback, clocking into Alice Springs in a total time of 4hr 40min 45 sec overall.

    Scott Gould and Matt Haywood took the Performance 2wd class honours and 26th outright in the #502 V8 Rodeo. It was the team’s first visit to Finke and after a steady run down on Sunday, sliced 4 minutes off their return journey. “The whoops are just relentless and hard on the body” said Scott.

    Geoff Pickering and Dylan Watson notched up yet another Finke Desert Race Production 4WD Class win in their #711 Mitsubishi Pajero. While Kent Battle and Heather Lawson put in a smoking hot leg home to win the Extreme 4WD Class in their V8 Patrol.

    Adrian Jackson and Clayton Harding won the UTV category in their #657 Polaris XP900 in a time of 5hrs 57min 34 second.

    The Finke proved itself to be as tough as the legend, with only 47 of the original 99 entrants completing the entire race distance.

    The Australian Off Road Championship heads to South Australia for round 3, for the Bentleys Cabin Park Flinders 450 on July 27-28. Sandwiched between the foothills of the Flinders Ranges and the Spencer Gulf, just north of Port Pirie at Baroota, the event will provide a striking contrast to the red desert sands at Finke.

     
  • Snake Racing 1:10 am on 10/06/2013 Permalink
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    Bentley Leads At Finke Halfway Point 

    FIRST PUBLISHED OffRoadRacing.com.au  Sunday 9th June 2013

    South Australian driver Hayden Bentley has blitzed the field on Day 1 of the Tatts Finke Desert Race to post the fastest time on the 226 kilometre run from the Alice Springs start to the halfway race point at Finke. Bentley driving the #18 single seater twin turbo V6 Racer Buggy set a stunning pace to record a time of 1 hour 49 minutes and 48 seconds.

    Bentley started the day in 13th and worked his way through the field one by one taking advantage of small breaks in the dust to close the gaps. “It felt like I had a good pace and kept into it. It is the first clean run we have had with this new car and it ate the track for breakfast. It is a beautiful thing when you get a machine to work at Finke, hammering through the whoops is one of the best feelings you can get” said Hayden Bentley at Finke.

    Second fastest time into Finke today was recorded by the West Australian crew of Beau Robinson and Ken Skinner in their #413 Geiser Brothers 6000cc Trophy Truck who did the run in 1 hour 51 minutes and 54 seconds. Robinson was the first car into Finke, but moved into second on adjusted time.

    Shannon and Ian Rentsch continued their good form from Hyden, bringing the #33 SR Racing Jimco into Finke in third place with a time of 1 hour 52 minutes and 26 seconds.

    Sixty-six of the ninety-nine starters finished today’s section of the race. The fastest vehicle in yesterday’s prologue the #92 Jimco Nissan PRO buggy of five time Finke champion Dave Fellows and Mark Bergamin was reported to have broken down approx 20 kilometres from Finke. While the Toyo Tyres Geiser Brother Trophy Truck of Gallard and Modistach failed to make the start today after suffering engine problems in yesterday’s prologue run.

    The return leg of the race from Finke back to Alice Springs starts tomorrow morning at 7:30am, with the first car expected to greet the checkered flag before 9:30am.

     
  • Snake Racing 12:34 am on 10/06/2013 Permalink
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    Bentley Storms Into Finke 

    FIRST PUBLISHED OffRoadRacing.com.au Sunday 9th June 2013

    South Australian driver Hayden Bentley has blitzed the field on Day 1 of the Tatts Finke Desert Race by recording the fastest time on the 226 kilometre run from the Alice Springs start to the halfway race point at Finke.

    Bentley driving the #18 single seater 3500cc Racer Buggy set a stunning pace to record a time of 1 hour 49 minutes and 48 seconds.

    This pace compares to the fastest time into Finke on Day 1 of the 2012 event set by last year’s eventual winners Brad Gallard and Scott Modistach who did the journey in a time of 1 hour 56 minutes and 39 seconds.

    Unfortunately the Toyo Tyres Geiser Brother Trophy Truck of Gallard and Modistach failed to make the start today after suffering engine problems in yesterday’s prologue run.

    Second fastest time into Finke today was recorded by the West Australian crew of Beau Robinson and Ken Skinner in their #413 Geiser Brothers 6000cc Trophy Truck who did the run in 1 hour 51 minutes and 54 seconds.

    The third best time into Finke was 1 hour 52 minutes and 26 seconds recorded by the Victorian son and father team of Shannon and Ian Rentsch in the #33 Jimco Buggy Nissan 3500cc.

    The fastest vehicle in yesterday’s prologue the #92 Jimco Nissan PRO buggy of five time Finke champion Dave Fellows and Mark Bergamin was reported to have broken down approx. 20 kilometres from Finke.

    Other crews to strike trouble today include:
    #4 Jimco Champion Chev 6000cc buggy of Buddy and Kerry Crowe (NSW) – Broke down at start
    #8 Jimco Aussie Special Chev 6000cc of Daniel Auricht and Grant Connelly (NT) – broken CV joint past the Bundooma checkpoint
    #13 Jimco OBR Nissan 3500cc of Travis Robinson and Paul Currie (WA) – ECU failure at the 35km mark
    #14 Jimco Aussie Special Toyota 3500cc of Andrew Kittle (NT) and Andrew Kerr (SA) – reported livestock incident
    #20 Rivmasta 2011 Chev 6000cc of Ashley and Graham Mowbray (NSW) – Did not start
    #88 Jimco 2000 Chev 6000cc of Chris Coulthard (NT) and Robert Hawker (WA) – Rolled south of Henry Hill
    #91 Jimco Aussie Special Nissan 3500cc of Jack Rhodes and David Pullino (SA) – Broke down 7km south of Deep Well
    #523 Ford Ranger Chev LS2 6000cc of Wei Hongjie and Xie Jinlin (China) – Broken steering at the 34 kilometre mark
    #410 Ford F150 2012 5800cc of Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings (SA) – Engine miss at the 25 km mark

    Should Bentley cross the finish line tomorrow in first position he will be the first single seater buggy driver to take victory since Paul Simpson won in a Jimco Buggy in 1997.

    Bentley won the Tatts Finke Desert race in 2007 in a Jimco Buggy with co-driver Ben Chivell.

    After camping overnight the car and buggy field will leave Finke tomorrow (Monday June 10) at 7.30am (CST) for the run home to Alice Springs with the first cars expected to arrive at approx. 9.15am

     
  • Snake Racing 12:15 am on 09/06/2013 Permalink
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    Rhodes Racing One Two at Finke – Update 

    FIRST PUBLISHED OffRoadRacing.com.au Saturday 8th June 2013

    UPDATE
    Five time Tatts Finke Desert Race winner David Fellows together with co-driver Mark Bergamin have set the fastest time in the Prologue prior to tomorrow’s start of the running of the 38th annual Tatts Finke Desert Race.

    Fellows and Bergamin posted a time of 5 minutes and 9 seconds in their #92 Jimco Nissan Pro Buggy to edge out the second and third fastest machines who were both credited with a time of 5 minutes and 12 seconds.

    Awarded the second position for tomorrow’s start was another South Australian crew – that of Jack Rhodes and David Pullino in the #91 Jimco Aussie Special Nissan – with the Northern Territory combination of Daniel Auricht and Grant Connelly in the #8 Jimco Aussie Special Chev in third spot.

    Rhodes was fastest in Prologue for last year’s event.

    West Australians Beau Robinson and Ken Skinner were the fastest of the Trophy Trucks in their Geiser Brothers 6 litre machine and were also given a time of 5 minutes and 12 seconds.

    Last year’s Tatts Finke Desert Race winners Brad Gallard and Scott Modistach in the #454 Geiser Brothers Trophy Truck prologued today in 8th position completing the 8.65 kilometre course in a time of 5 minutes and 20 seconds.

    A total of 90 vehicles completed the prologue course with five failing to finish and four failing to start.

    Tomorrow’s (Sunday June 9, 2013) race for cars commences at 8.30am for leg 1 of the event that takes the field 226 kilometres from the Alice Springs start to the overnight stop at Finke before returning to Alice Springs on Monday June 10.

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    Dave Fellows and Mark Bergamin have blitzed the top ten field in their borrowed Rhodes Racing Jimco, crossing the line in 5m09s. Jack Rhodes and David Pullino #91 have made it a one two for Rhodes Racing on Sunday’s start grid, Jack clocking in a time of 5m12s.

    #8 Danny Auricht and Grant Connelly have secured third with Beau the #413 of Beau Robinson and Ken Skinner in the Geiser Brothers Trophy Truck.

    Shannon Rentsch clocked in 5m15s while current Aus #1 Matt Hanson has tied with Mark Burrows with a time of 5m17s.

     
  • Snake Racing 12:32 am on 08/06/2013 Permalink
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    Fellows Shines At Finke Prologue 

    FIRST PUBLISHED OffRoadRacing.com.au Saturday 8th June 2013

    David Fellows and Mark Bergamin have come out swinging this morning during the prologue for the Tatts Finke Desert Race. The six-time “King of the Desert” drove the #92 Rhodes Racing twin turbo V6 Jimco on to pole position for tomorrow’s first leg of the race from Alice Springs to Finke, with a time of 5min 9sec. His Rhodes Racing Team mates, Jack Rhodes and David Pullino let the red dirt fly on their way to second place in the #91 Jimco, just three seconds short of Fellows. The V8 power propelled #8 Truebuild Jimco of Alice Springs locals, Danny Auricht and Grant Connelly nailed down third on the grid in the same time as Rhodes, 5min 12sec.

    After finishing third outright in 2012, Beau Robinson and Ken Skinner made a good start to their 2013 campaign, putting the #413 OBR Geiser Truck into fourth on the grid and first in the Extreme 2WD Class. Victors at the first round of the AORC, Shannon and Ian Rentsch powered their SR Racing Jimco into fifth, ahead of reigning Australian Off Road Champions, Matt Hanson and Leigh Wells in sixth, while the #21 MBR Jimco of Mark Burrows and Colin Hodge locked in seventh. Reigning 2012 King of the Desert, Brad Gallard with wife Kristin alongside, were hampered with an engine miss during the prologue which saw them cross finish line running on 6 cylinders in the V8 powered #454 Toyo Tires Geiser Truck. The team are now rectifying the problem and will start the main event tomorrow morning in eighth. Last year’s runners up, Matt Coleman and Shawn Teagle will start the #55 Alpha in ninth, ahead of the #23 Peter Kittle Motorsports Jimco piloted by Matthew Kittle and Cameron Kahl.

    Conditions were almost perfect for racing, with the showers in the lead up to the race keeping dust to a minimum and as the morning progressed the cloud cover gave way to sunshine. The starting grid battles raged back through the classes with #128 Aaron James and Brett Plant taking the ProLite honours and 11th outright in their Aussie built Razorback. Craig Prettlejohn and Richie Hayes continued the good form for the Razorbacks, taking the #223 A-Arm to the Super 1650 class win and 45th overall.

    Scott Gould and Matt Haywood dominated the Performance 2WD category, bringing their #502 V8 Rodeo home in 6min 18 sec, ahead of the Chinese based Wolf Pack International team of Wei Hongjie and Xie Jinlin in second. Geoff Pickering and Dylan Watson were straight down to business, taking the Production 4WD Class honours.

    Clayton Chapman and Adam McGuire made an impressive debut in their #803 Extreme 4WD Mitsubishi Triton, finishing in 5min 27 sec and 18th outright. Wayne Murphy and Chris Taylor were the quickest of the 12 UTV’s, taking the #666 Snake Racing Polaris to class pole and 56th outright.

    The main race starts tomorrow morning at 7:30am, with the first car expected to arrive at Finke before 9:30am.

     
  • Snake Racing 12:09 am on 08/06/2013 Permalink
    Tags: , , Attard, , , , Finke Desert Race 2013, , Greg Gartner, , Jamie Jennings, , Robinson, Roe, ,   

    Desert Battle Lines 

    FIRST PUBLISHED  OffRoadRacing.com.au Friday 7th June 2013

    The battle lines have once again been drawn in the red desert sands, as teams roll into Alice Springs for the 38th Tatts Finke Desert Race being held this weekend. Returning to the Australian Off Road Championship after a break in 2012, the Finke has attracted a high quality field of over 90 buggies, trucks, 4WD’s and UTV’s to battle it out over the famous whoops and sand hills, on the race from Alice Springs to Finke and back. The entry list is packed with Finke Desert Race royalty, with reigning Kings of the Desert, Brad Gallard and Scott Modistach returning alongside former winners, Greg Gartner, David Fellows, Shannon Rentsch, Hayden Bentley and Mark Burrows.

    The pre-race atmosphere has been building steadily over the past fortnight as the teams have arrived in Alice Springs for testing and on the eve of the race the atmosphere in town is electric. Greg Gartner became the first truck to win the event in 2011, a feat which was backed up by Brad Gallard in 2012, fuelling the rivalry between the heavy weights of the desert, the trucks and Pro-buggies.

    In the trophy truck corner will be 2012 Kings of the Desert, Brad Gallard and Scott Modistach in their Toyo backed Geiser Truck, alongside 2011 victors Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings who will be pulling the covers off their brand new Aussie Built Ford F-150 Truck for the first time. With V8 power running through their viens, the Gieser trucks of Roe, Robinson and Geddes, alongside the Attard Silverado are guaranteed to hit the ground running and will lock horns with some impressive Aussie built machinery including the Muir and Bohlins Commodore trucks.

    The Pro buggy corner is also stacked with champions ensuring the title fight from Alice Springs to Finke and back will definitely go all ten rounds. 2012 runners up, Matt Coleman and Shawn Teagle are back with the aim of going one place better in 2013, while former Finke winners Mark Burrows, Shannon Rentsch, Hayden Bentley and David Fellows are targeting another King of the Desert Title. The reigning AORC champions Matt Hanson and Leigh Wells will add to the star studded line up in their SMU Snap Jimco, as will Travis Robinson, Andrew Kittle, Macca Kittle, Chris Coulthard, Jack Rhodes and company.

    The naturally aspirated 3500cc ProLites have put their more powerful siblings on notice in recent years. Greg Hicks and Shane Braitling stepped onto the podium in 2011, while the Razorbacks of Andrew Mowles and Aaron James have also been within striking distance in the past. Local entries have dominated the Super 1650 Class, with Browning and Tepper the only interstate teams to contest the category. Keijo Kylma is the only entrant in the Sportsman class for 1300cc buggies.

    The Performance 2WD category takes on an international flavour, with the Wolf Pack Racing team from China taking the reins of Ross Bohlins 6 litre V8 powered Ford Ranger for the second consecutive year. Scott Gould and Matt Haywood will be aiming to build on his success at the first round of the AORC in WA in their V8 Rodeo, while the Hutton and Youman teams from Queensland will be making their Finke debuts.

    Geoff Pickering’s form at Finke is unrivalled in the Production 4WD Class, and he will be targeting another class win in his Mitsubishi Pajero. While the race amongst the Extreme 4WD entrants is wide open, with the diesel powered D-Max of Bruce Garland going toe to toe with the brand new Evo X powered Triton of Clayton Chapman and the V8 powered Hilux of Myles Newbon.

    The Tattersall’s Finke Desert Race commenced with scrutiny tonight at the Blatherskite Park Showgrounds from 5pm. Recent showers have done little to dampen one of the showcase nights of the year on the off road racing calendar. Thousands of spectators packed the exhibition halls to meet the drivers, grab an autographed poster and see the off road racing machinery before it streaks across the desert.

    Racing commences on Saturday morning, with the all important prologue that is used to determine the pole position. The race to kicks off on Sunday June 9th, with the cars blasting away from the start line at 7.30am in Alice Springs and working their way through the checkpoints at Deep Well, Rodinga, Bundooma and Mt Squires on their way to Finke. After a frosty night under the stars, the cars are regrouped at Finke for Mondays return leg to Alice Springs that will commence at 7.30am. With the winning car expected to cross the finish line and claim the “King of the Desert” crown in Alice Springs shortly after 9am.

     
  • Snake Racing 3:30 am on 04/06/2013 Permalink
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    Finke Desert Race Snake Racing Polaris Build 

    The boys from Snake Racing have been working on their Polaris for Finke Desert Race over the past few weeks.

    Check out the shots below of the progress they have made.

    If you have any questions regarding the vehicle please feel free to email sales@snakeracing.com.au or call us 02 95701588.

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  • Snake Racing 4:21 am on 24/05/2013 Permalink
    Tags: , , Alice Springs Australia, , Finke Desert Race, Finke Desert Race 2013, Northern Territory,   

    Snake to attack Finke Desert Race 

    The boys from Snake Racing are madly working on their Finke Desert Race vehicle to get it finished in time for the race on 8th – 10th June.

    With only a week more in preparation time and a NSW Off Road event coming up this weekend its all hands on board before the trek across to Alice Springs NT next week.

    There is a large mix of vehicles heading to Alice Springs and the biggest line up of UTV vehicles for an event of this type in Australia this year. Of the 94 vehicles entered, 12 of them will be made up of UTV’s from around the country. This is very exciting for all teams but Wayne Murphy and Chris Taylor from Snake Racing are really looking forward to competing against all states, ready to give it a real go and will hopefully end up on the podium.

    If you are not in the Northern Territory during this week make sure you check out the results, photos and updates throughout the following week.

    Good luck to Wayne and Chris and the whole team from Snake Racing.

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  • Snake Racing 1:00 am on 20/02/2013 Permalink
    Tags: , , Australian Off Road Championship Round 2, , Finke Desert Race 2013   

    2013 Australian Off Road Championship Round 2 Tatts Finke Desert Race 

    Start Date: 2013-06-08
    End Date: 2013-06-09

    Title: 2013 Tatts Finke Desert Race AORC Round 2
    Location: Finke NT
    Description: Australian Off Road Championship Round 2

    The Tatts Finke Desert Race is an off road, multi terrain two-day race for bikes, cars, buggies and quads through desert country from Alice Springs to the small Aputula (Finke) community. The race is held each year on the Queen’s Birthday long weekend in June. “Finke” as it is commonly known, is one of the biggest annual sporting events in the Northern Territory and has the reputation of being one of the most difficult offroad courses in one of the most remote places in the world. Finke is unique and the most fun you can have with a helmet on!

    Contacts: Finke Office
    Shop 1/38 Elder Street
    Alice Springs NT 0870
    Office Opening Hours Monday to Thursday 9:00am to 1:00pm
    Postal address PO Box 283
    Alice Springs NT 0871
    Phone 08 8952 8886
    Fax 08 8955 5456
    Email admin@finkedesertrace.com.au

    ENTRIES MUST BE FILLED IN ONLINE

     
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