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Ramping up for Can-Am Loveday 400
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Thursday, 15 October 2020
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As some of the border restrictions start to ease, interstate teams that have entered the Can-Am Loveday 400 can plan with more confidence that they will actually be able to cross the border to compete. For some teams, it will be their first race for 2020.

“We know it’s hard for our Victorian off road family to see the rest of the country heading off to races, but we hope that they too will soon be back on the start line. For now, we’ll be welcoming teams from New South Wales and hopefully some out of Queensland to contest the inaugural Motorsport Australia Central East Cup at the Can-Am Loveday 400 next weekend” explained Murray Rogers, Clerk of the Course.

The Can-Am Loveday 400 is, at the time of writing, the last major event scheduled on the 2020 calendar that is accessible to the Eastern states. Tony Whateley explained “the South Australian and New South Wales Governments now allow you to transit on the Sturt Highway through Victoria entering at Mildura and exiting at Yamba providing you don’t stop; which will make it a lot easier for New South Wales competitors to come to Loveday. We are also told that you can come from Queensland through New South Wales into South Australia, however, we recommend that you check with your local authorities for confirmation.

For those unable to be track side the Can-Am Loveday 400 results will be live on offroadracing.com.au and the track action will be live streamed.

Discounted entries close Friday 16th October at 7pm with premium entries closing on Tuesday 20th October. Get your entries in and come to Loveday for a great weekend of camping and off road racing.

Event information can be found here.