Extreme 4wds ready to Battle at Badgy 250

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The Extreme 4wd class are ready to duke it out at the Cochranes Transport Badgingarra 250. The newest addition to the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries WAORC may end up being very well suited to the Extreme 4wd field. As the sandy sections become hungry they will no doubt suit the 4wd drivetrains and these V8 powered monsters will come into their own. Lets take a look at each competitors prospects heading into the Badgy 250

814 – Leigh Cooper has had an up and down season.Literally! Showcasing tremendous pace in his Cochranes Racing Pajero the green rocket has also had a few off track excursions and incidents. If Cooper can nail down a clean run the young gun should land himself in the top 10 outright and be pushing for the top step of the Extreme 4wd Podium

823 – Brad Krepp is arguably the favorite for the Extreme 4wd class honours at the Badgy 250. The bright orange patrol is undeniably quick and Krepp knows how to pedal it around the track. Punching out some impressive power, this Patrol could very well upset some of the much more fancied class vehicles

848 – Owen Davies in his Valvoline, Forch, Pirtek Midland sponsored machine will be looking for a strong run at the Badgy 250. Davies experience in the sport will certainly be an advantage as we head to a track that has never been raced before. If Davies can extract the most out of his VH41 powered Navara this red rocket should be up the pointy end of the field

883 – Russ Cullen and navigator Dan ‘Fluffy’Fahey will be looking for another consistent run at the Badgy 250. So far the quiet achievers throughout the 2016 CAMS, PGS Industries, the Chupa Chup Racing Crew will be riding high on confidence after securing 3rd place in the 2016 Tri Series. Cullen will be drawing on his vast off road experience in order to put himself in the best position heading into the final round at Three Springs