Aaron May to tackle his first Scott’s Hydraulics Services Dondingalong Off-road Challenge

A field of more than 25 racers is expected to take to the track this weekend for round two of the NSW Championships at the Scott’s Hydraulics Services Dondingalong Off-road Challenge.

There will be plenty of talented drivers on show, including local prowess with Mat Huxley, Des Wood, Steve Harris, Aaron May, Richard Wilton, Tim Battle, Ian Kenah and David Chandler vying for their first victory at the event.

May will be taking to the track for the first time and he will be focused on enjoying the experience rather than earning the victory.

“I just want to have a bit of fun out there more than anything else, it’s a new challenge and new care for me so I want to see how it goes,” May told the Argus.

“I will give it a run and see what it can and can’t do.”

May doesn’t have much racing experience, but it does run in his family.

“My old man raced way back in the day when it was the Bridgestone 1000, so I am following in his footsteps,” May said.

“He was pretty good in his class but a lot has changed since he raced.

“There’s a lot more money in it now and the cars are a lot better, bigger and faster.”

The action commences on Saturday at 10am until late and continues on Sunday at 9am.

It’s free entry for spectators and there will be activities for kids.