2018 marks the 30th Anniversary of the Condo 750, one of only two navigational rallies left in Australia.
The event kicks off Friday 30 March with scrutineering at the Condo Show Ground before the 34km prologue Friday afternoon decides the starting order for Saturday morning.
Saturday morning will see the bikes and quads set off on their own course, while the autos take a separate course. This makes racing fun and safe even for novices.
The Condo 750 is there to test man and machine as well as your navigational skills over a course that is approximately 1050km long, including 778km of competitive racing held over two days.
Sunday afternoon will finish up the presentation dinner held at the new Show Ground Hall. A great place to catch up with old friends or make some new ones over a few beers, swapping stories of your Condo adventure.
Entries open early February and numbers are limited so get in fast. If you have never raced navigational before, now is the time! If you are an old hand at it, join in this landmark event, you won’t be disappointed!
You can find all the information you need, for competitors and spectators at www.condo750.com.au
N.B The committee is looking for volunteers, so if that is of interest to you, contact Anton Jacobsen on 0429168665 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lachlan Manwarring (2017 Condo 750 Winner) – “I’m more than excited to be defending my title at this year’s Condo 750. This is a unique event to be involved with as there is only one other navigational event in the country similar to it. I hope to see more riders and drivers competing this year to compliment all the hard work that goes to putting this event together. It will be a proud moment having the number 1 on my bike at the start line of the 30th anniversary of the Condo 750”
Jacob Smith (2016 Condo 750 Winner & Dakar competitor) – “I’m excited for the 30th Condo 750. After missing last year’s event it’s been a while since I’ve got to race a navigational rally so I’m definitely keen for this year. I really hope everyone gets behind this year’s event being its 30th year, it’s a big effort for the committee to make this happen each year and the event has been running longer than I’ve been alive so it would be awesome to see a big turnout of riders and drivers.
I’ve heard this year’s course is a big one so I can’t wait”