2019 NSW Off-Road Championship final set for Nabiac

The Nabiac Airport Challenge will again be the final stage of the NSW Off-Road Championship. Photo: Scott Calvin.
The Nabiac Airport Challenge will again be the final stage of the NSW Off-Road Championship. Photo: Scott Calvin.

The CAMS NSW Off Road Championship will come to an epic conclusion in Nabiac in 2019, with confirmation the Airport Challenge will be the last leg of the six round series.

The round will run on the weekend of October 19 and 20.

It will be hosted by the Central North Coast Sporting Car Club.

Course clerk Peter Sowter told Manning River Times in 2018 the Nabiac course was held in high regard.

“We’ve been coming here for 23 years now and Nabiac is one of the top tracks in NSW,” Peter said.

Newcastle’s Peter and Josh Skaza won the challenge last year while Scott Brown and Tony Burgess will look to defend their 2018 championship win.

The 2019 series kicks off in north-west Sydney in April.

Kempsey Macleay Off Road Club will host two rounds, with others headed to the Hunter Valley and Wirialda (north-west of Armidale). 

Action returns to Nabiac on February 10 for the start of the NSW Rallysprint Series.