The 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC is set to light up the mid west region with a field of 37 crews set to tackle the GTurbo Rod Hatter Memorial, Perenjori 360. The first event of the season is being hosted by the Nissan Car Club of WA in the small town of Perenjori, Th 2017 edition is the 4th edition of the Perenjori event, with several new sections as well as old favorites back again to put the competitors to the test. For spectators, volunteers and crews the event headquarters at the Stan Cannon Sporting Complex offer up awesome facilities. On top of the food and drinks available at the Sports Centre, showers, toilets and even a pool is available barely 100m from the pits and camping area. With the forecast for the event to be heading north of 40 degrees, this is an awesome addition to an event which is often run in quite hot conditions
The field of 37 is primed and ready too and it would take a brave man to pick a winner in this field. Whilst the 2015 and 2016 WAORC outright champion Brett Smith has moved on and will not be racing in WA this year, he leaves behind a snarling pack looking to stake their claim at WAORC glory! 6 Pro Buggies, 14 Prolites and 2 Super 1650’s will duke it out for the buggy honors. In the tin tops it will be a field of 4 Extreme 2wd’s, 3 Production 4wd’s and 8 Extreme 4wd’s all out looking to be top dog!
Keep an eye out for the class previews which will be posted on http://www.waorc.com to keep up to date and informed with the form guide ahead of the 2017 season!