Production 4wds ready to attack the Dash!

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The Production 4wd field is once again set to put on a show at the Gascoyne Dash. As with the Extreme 4wds, this is an event close to the hearts of most Production 4wd racers with much

#721 – David Michelmore and Gary Kirkwood are regulars at races in the North west. Their #721 Mitsubishi Pajero  is tough, reliable and quick enough to trouble the series regulars

#727 – Steven Baxter has made great strides with his Toyota Landcruiser. With the pace shown at Perenjori the Baxter Racing team look set for their best outing yet at the upcoming Horizon Power Gascoyne Dash. With a striking new look for 2017, this car will be easy to spot and one to watch!

#736 – Ted Schultz has thrown the keys of the Ray White Jeep Grand Cherokee to Darren Schultz meaning that we can expect absolutely anything out of this entry. We know the Jeep has pedigree, but with an unknown driver at the wheel, the team will be looking to surprise the rest of the Production 4wd field

#764 – Ben Armstrong will be opening his 2017 season with a big charge at the Gascoyne Dash. The current Production 4wd champion has ground to make up after missing round 1 and will be on a mission to prove why the Bottlefed Racing Team are the top dogs when it comes to Production 4wds

#766 – Chris May returns in his GQ Nissan Patrol which has competed in many previous editions of the Gascoyne Dash. The vehicle which has been racing for more years than most other of its class competitors is good enough and the driver knows how to extract the maximum, so be prepared for a big push from the #766

#790 – Graeme Bentink is riding high on the confidence that his GTurbo powered Toyota Landcruiser has been an absolute bullet this season. With times that are making much of the Extreme 4wd field nervous, Bentink will be looking to continue that run and prove that just how quick a diesel can go