The event, which will take place at Warragul's Ladner Park on April 17 and 18, will give three winners the chance to go on to showcase their skills in the Australian National Circle Work Championships final at the Deniliquin Ute Muster on October 1 and 2.
General Manager of the even, Mr John Harvie, said he is thrilled with Deniliquin Ute Muster’s involvement with the organiser’s of the Lardner Park Motorfest.
"This is the first time we have offered a Victorian heat of the Championships outside the Deni Ute Muster and what a better fit than at the Lardner Park Motorfest," said Mr Harvie."The competition is fantastic for not only the competitors but spectators. We encourage everyone to support the Rotary Club of Drouin and the Motorfest."
Drouin Rotary Club President, Mr Barry Jones, has welcomed the event, saying the new competition will bring both motorsport and country music fans to Warragul.
"By staging the Victorian Heats of The Australian National Circle Work Championships at this years’ Motorfest really steps up our event to another level," said Mr Jones."We encourage everyone to come along and enjoy what we believe will be a top class event."
The two-day event will provide non-stop entertainment including burn out competitions, live country music, children's entertainment plus a show and shine competition.
For more information on the Lardner Park Motorfest or the Australian National Circle Work Championships, visit www.deniutemuster.com.au