News 10 Mar 2019

KTM's Milner and Snodgrass victorious in Toowoomba AORC Opener

KTM Australia press release:

KTM Enduro Racing Team’s Daniel Milner reigned supreme in the opening rounds of the 2019 Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) at Toowoomba, Queensland, dominating overall for the E2 class victories.

Riding the KTM 350 EXC-F this season, Milner didn’t miss a beat in rounds one and two despite racing through dry and extremely dusty conditions. It was a brilliant start to the year for last year’s E3 champion.

Milner’s KTM Enduro Racing Team teammate Lyndon Snodgrass has switched to the E1 category for 2019 aboard the KTM 250 EXC-F and delivered a convincing 2-1 scorecard across the two days. His victory on Sunday now sees him atop the point-standings.

The 2019 Australian Off-Road Championship (AORC) will now travel to Dungog in New South Wales for rounds three and four of the season between 6-7 April. Visit for further information on KTM Australia.

Glenn Kearney – Motorsports Manager, KTM Australia: “We’re very proud of the whole team’s efforts here in Toowoomba. We have had a big off-season preparing and I think it shows on-track with Daniel winning both days in E2 – going unbeaten in the tests – riding the KTM 350 EXC-F and Lyndon going 2-1 in E1 on the KTM 250 EXC-F. It was a challenging weekend as the track was really dry and it was quite hot, so it was certainly trying in terms of conditions.”

Daniel Milner – KTM 350 EXC-F: “I gelled well with the KTM 350 EXC-F this weekend and it’s an unbelievable package for technical terrain like we had here in Toowoomba. My weekend was awesome, I just tried to stay smooth and consistent without many mistakes, even though we did have a couple of lay-downs along the way! I think every rider did. All in all, I’m absolutely stoked with how the first two rounds have started off the series and now I’m excited for the next event.”

Lyndon Snodgrass – KTM 250 EXC-F: “Overall it was a good weekend for me! I didn’t feel super-confident in the sketchy conditions, but to get second yesterday and then win today is a good feeling and I’m really happy with the result. Riding the KTM 250 EXC-F is awesome for me, it’s really light and handles so well, which was positive for me this weekend. To get these results in such tough conditions is definitely good for the KTM Enduro Racing Team.”