Big Field of Production 4wds for Badgy 250

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The Cochranes Transport Badgingarra 250 is going to be hotly contested amongst the Production 4wd class. In a class which has been fiercely competitive so far in the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries WAORC, the Production 4wd class are set to do battle once again

727 – Steven Baxter is entering just his second event for the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries WAORC. But with a well sorted Landcruiser at his disposal and a little bit more experience Baxter is primed for a strong run at the Badgy 250. Watch out for the #727 machine as they look to push towards a class win

764 – Ben Armstrong is currently leading the pointscore in Production 4wd for the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries WAORC. He will be looking to push his Bottlefed Racing Nissan GQ Patrol to the limit in his quest to maintain that lead heading into the final round at Three Springs

777 – Nicholas Van Geest will be a man on a mission at the Badgy 250. His last 2 runs at the Narrogin Chase and the Bencubbin 360 have seen him drop from class leading positions late in each race. Keep an eye on the GU Patrol as ‘Banger’will be pushing the limits at the Badgy 250

786 – Trevor Pike will be tackling his first ever WAORC event at the Cochranes Transport Badgingarra 250. Pike will be debuting his VG30 powered Nissan Pathfinder. With Connor Pike calling the shots from the navigator seat all eyes will be on the newest competitors in the field to see what they can produce at their first events

790 – Graeme Bentink is arguably the form competitor in the Production 4wd field. In his first full season Bentink has been in strong form at the recent Bencubbin and Kalgoorlie events. With the new Badgy 250 track looking to have a reasonable amount of sand sections, it could be prime opportunity for Bentink to unleash some of the GTurbo power from his Turbo Diesel Landcruiser