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2022 ARB Australian Off Road Racing Championship
Rainbow - April 1-3     |     Hillston - July 8-10     |     Goondiwindi - Aug 12-14     |     Millicent - Sept 23-25

2022 BFGoodrich Motorsport Australia Off Road Championship
St George - March 18-20   |    Pooncarie - May 6-8   |    Finke - June 10-13    |    Loveday - July 30-31   |    Rainbow - September 2-4   |    Kalgoorlie - October 21-23

30 days to go until the 2022 Tatts Finke Desert Race
Tuesday, 10 May 2022
The Tatts Finke Desert Race is just 30 days away, with the world’s best off-road racers heading to Alice Springs for Australia’s toughest off-road race to compete for the King of the Desert crown in 2022.

After finishing 10th at Dakar Rally earlier this year, Australian motorsport legend Toby Price will return to the Red Centre and defend his crown in the Car category, with Alice Springs local legend and reigning King of the Desert David Walsh the competitor to beat in the Bike category as he sets sight on his third crown.

After planning to compete for the first time at Finke, Australian motorcyclist Daniel Sanders has withdrawn from the event due to an injury sustained earlier this year at Dakar Rally.

Sanders – who had won two stages and the prologue in Saudi Arabia – was sitting in third spot overall before he injured his left arm in a fall.

In a boost to the event’s live coverage, the Tatts Finke Desert Race is excited to announce that Supercars media personality and SAS Australia winner Riana Crehan and 7 News Sydney reporter and motorsport media personality Keiza Dawn will join the Finke Desert Race broadcast team in 2022.

After completing SAS Australia earlier this year, Crehan is excited to experience Finke for the first time.

“I am excited to be hosting the live coverage of the Finke Desert Race this year,” Crehan said.

“It has been an event on my bucket list for many years and to have the opportunity to not only attend but lead the coverage and be in the thick of the action is something I am looking forward to.”

Dawn also shared her excitement about joining the team.

“It is such a privilege to join Riana and be part of the live coverage for Finke in 2022,” said Dawn.

“Having been a long-time fan of the event and to be able to attend and cover the event is exciting. I cannot wait to get to the Red Centre in June and cover some epic racing.”

The Tatts Finke Desert Race Committee are also pleased to share that long-time partner The Lott, through Tatts NT, has recommitted as the naming rights partner for the event for a further two years, taking the longstanding partnership to 25 years.

Throughout the partnership, Finke has evolved from a local community event to a world-class spectacle that embodies the spirit of the Northern Territory and Australia.  

Across the 23-year partnership, Finke has seen Bike entries increase from 305 to 650 and Car entries increase from 105 to 165, with the 2022 event set to be the biggest yet.

Tatts Finke Desert Race Committee President Antony Yoffa said he is excited to welcome The Lott back on board with open arms.

“The Lott has been a loyal supporter of our great event for 23 years and for them to show commitment for another two years as the naming rights partner is fantastic,” Mr Yoffa said.

“We can’t wait for June 10 for everything to commence, and with last year’s event severely impacted we are delighted to see full competitor fields, highlighted by welcoming back eight of the past nine King of the Desert’s in the Car category.”

The Tatts Finke Desert Race will be held from June 10 – 13, 2022.