Is there anything more spectacular than a trophy truck in full flight? We don’t think so and heading into Round 1 of the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel we are please to announce a field of 4 Extreme 2wds ready to bring the noise!
#406 – Colin Doney has entered the blue beetle into the Perenjori event with high hopes of springing a surprise on the trucks. The beetle is immaculately presented, is packing some impressive horsepower and is just flat out cool! With plenty of potential in the #406 machine, can Colin unlock it and take the class win or even trouble the other contenders for a top 5 spot?
#425 – Greg Pickersgill is undoubtedly the favorite to take out the Extreme 2wd class at Perenjori. After taking back to back WAORC Extreme 2wd titles in 2015 and 2016, “Pickers” is standing on top of the mountain and will be hoping to stop keep it that way. After some mechanical drams reared their heads in 2016, Pickers and his crew have put in a tonne of work in the off season to his Hand Grenade Racing Trophy Truck and the crew are raring and ready to put on a show!
#444 – Chris Giles made his debut at the final event of the 2016 series at Three Springs. Whilst he didn’t manage to finish the event, the seat time gained is invaluable to what is the start of Giles 2017 campaign. The beautifully presented Auswest Fibreglass machine has some pedigree and all the right gear to take it up to his much more experienced rivals
#455 – With a pair of Lukes steering the ship, Luke Worthington and Luke Candy will be looking for a solid start to the season in “Wortho’s” LS2 powered Toyota Tacoma. After undertaking plenty of work converting the vehicle to Chev power in 2016, Wortho will be hoping that it will all pay dividends at Perenjori. With a sweet sounding engine note and a striking new paintjob, the silver bullet is ready to take aim and fire at the competition at round 1