Super 1650’s Set to shine at Bencubbin

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Round 3 of the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries WAORC is just around the corner and the Super 1650’s have come out to play with their biggest field all year. 4 of these pocket rockets will be lighting the fires and turning the tyres at the Marsue Transport Bencubbin 360 and it is a field which is wide open!

211 – Dave Cowan will be campaigning his Crazy Cow Racing Super 1650 and hoping for a strong result. The experienced competitor had a good run at the recent Narrogin Chase and will be hoping to continue this form at Bencubbin.

253 – John Flynn will be one to watch in his red rocket at Bencubbin. The #253 machine is always quick and will be looking make amends for a DNF at Round 2 of the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries WAORC at Carnarvon. If the Flynn can have a reliable run, he will be very hard to beat and may well push some of the higher capacity buggies for outright positions

293 – Aaron Dark has been gaining experience and speed every time he steps into the ex Rob Galloway #293 Super 1650 buggy. The Bencubbin track will suit Darks Bullet buggy and with a consistent run in the enduro format expect to see the #293 on the Super 1650 class podium

297 – Nathaniel Edwards is the young gun who has been taking the Super 1650 class by storm in 2016. His aggressive driving style coupled with a never say die attitude means that the #297 Wreckless Racing comes into the Marsue Transport Bencubbin 360 as the class favorite. Nathaniel is the current points leader in class and will be looking to extend his lead with a strong result to set up the second half of the season