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Yamaha Motor Australia Sign On For Fourteenth Year as AORC Title Sponsor

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Yamaha Motor Australia Sign On For Fourteenth Year as AORC Title Sponsor
Photo: John Pearson
Yamaha Motor Australia has signed on for the fourteenth year as the naming rights sponsor of the Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC).

With a relationship that has spanned over a decade, Motorcycling Australia (MA) and Yamaha Motor Australia will continue developing and expanding upon their professional relationship to build a successful 2019 season.

‰ÛÏYamaha Motor Australia are pleased to continue our substantial and positive relationships with the Australian Off-Road Championship,‰Û
Yamaha Motor Australia Sign On For Fourteenth Year as AORC Title Sponsor
Photo: John Pearson
With the likes of six-time consecutive Women‰Ûªs World Trophy Champion at the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) Jessica Gardiner included in the line-up of the Women‰Ûªs class, the 2019 season couldn‰Ûªt get any bigger! Alongside Gardiner are Team Australia‰Ûªs World Trophy ISDE Champions Daniel Milner, Daniel Sanders and Lyndon Snodgrass, who each will contend for AORC Championship titles in their respective classes!

AORC has a long and prestigious history of paving the way for international legends, with the likes of 2019 Dakar Rally title holder Toby Price a previous fan favourite of the Off-Road Championship!

Motorcycling Australia stated that is thrilled with the announcement with Yamaha Motor Australia, whose support has seen AORC grow from strength to strength. None of this development and the overall expansion of the Championship would be possible without Yamaha‰Ûªs support!

The 2019 season kicks off in Gympie, Queensland for Rounds 1 and 2, from 9-10 March.
Yamaha Motor Australia Sign On For Fourteenth Year as AORC Title Sponsor

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