Heading up the bLU cRU support program are two of the up and coming stars of Australian Off Road, Michael Driscoll and Blake Hollis.
Driscoll is a two time winner of the Under 19 class and finished his finish pro season in fourth place contesting the E1 division. After a successful 2019 ISDE campaign where he raced the 450cc machine, Driscoll will make is Australian debut in the E2 class in 2020. His transition to the higher capacity bike has been seamless with his style and size well suited to the 450cc machine.
Hollis is fresh out of juniors and will fly the Yamaha flag in the Under 19 division in 2020. Hollis has been a high level motocross rider in his junior days and at the same take competing in the AORC, highlighted with a win in the Junior J4 division in 2018.
Other riders contesting the championship include Jeremy Carpentier, Stefan Granquist and Kyron Bacon, all of them established pro riders battling inside the top 10 in every AORC round and desperate for class success. While Kirk Hutton will be back in action in the Masters class.
In the women‰Ûªs class, Jess Gardiner and Emilie Karlsson will be tough to beat and as they continue to be the form riders in the class, while Danielle Macdonald will compete in the junior girls class.
Remember the Yamaha Active8 Yamalube Racing Team will host an information night for riders, families wishing to learn more about the ins and outs of professional off road racing and are happy to pass on their tricks of the trade, both in the workshop and out on the trail. Things get underway at 5pm on Friday at the Yamaha Active8 Yamalube Racing Team rig.