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2022 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
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Symmons Plains... Walker, Broomhall, Giffard
Monday, 11 April 2022
Round 2 of the Tas Off Road Racing Series was held at Symmons Plains on Saturday 2nd April. The format included the prologue followed by four 12 lap heats over the course of the day.

A small but quality field of competitors greeted the start line for prologue with Clint Broomhall in his Polaris turbo claiming top spot.

Heat one soon got underway with Clint Broomhall setting the pace out front followed by the class 10 of Andrew Giffard. James Castle in his Pro buggy was sitting in third until a fuel pressure issue temporarily sidelined him. Third place now belonged to Sportslite driver John Walker. Josh Marshall in the Southern Cross Super 1650 was close behind setting very solid lap times; Super 1650 competitor Sharon Sulzberger rounded out the small field of competitors.

Heats 2 and 3 saw much of the same; a flat tyre in heat three for Andrew Giffard saw him drop a lap to the leaders, James Castle had his buggy back on song completing the remaining days laps.

Heat 4 had some late drama; Clint Broomhall having led all day ran out of fuel with a lap to go, with Giffard down a lap from the previous heats flat John Walker in his Sportslite machine was the only other competitor on the lead lap.

At the end of the days racing John Walker took home first outright after extracting everything out of his very well sorted Sportslite machine all day.

Hard luck to a near faultless drive for Clint Broomhall but still takes home second outright. Andrew Giffard rounded out the podium in third.

Josh Marshall finished fourth with a drive worthy of podium and is becoming one to watch for up coming rounds.

Sharon Sulzberger continues her very solid finishing record with a fifth place finish, another Super 1650 to watch out for.

James Castle come home sixth after losing too many laps to his heat 1 fuel pressure issue and will be another to watch as he gets the buggy dialled in.

Special thanks to the solid core group of volunteers and club members that make our rounds possible. Round 3 is back at Symmons Plains with SORRA hosting the event on the 21st of May.

Source: Off Road Racing Tasmania FaceBook