Pro Buggies ready to put on a show!

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The Pro Buggy field are ready and raring to put on a show at the 2017 Horizon Power Gas Dash. Round 2 of the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC is set to be an absolute cracker as the states best do battle in the perfect landscape to show what a Pro Buggy can do!

#19 – Troy Schoen in his immaculate CCR Hoses and Fittings machine will come into the Gas Dash full of confidence after a last start win at Three Springs. This Orange Bullet is ready to kick off the season with a bang and will go in as one of the class favorites!

#42 – Peter Barrett will be looking for a good clean run in the Carnarvon Motel sponsored Pro Buggy. With the potential and pace that Barrett has shown, a good run in front of his home crowd could net a solid top ten finish

#74 – Without doubt the home town heroes, Brett and Kevin Renton are the Carnarvon locals best hope of taking out the event. Renton is fresh off a podium finish in 2016 and will be hoping to replicate that form when the WAORC comes to town!

#76 – The Don Brothers are also Carnarvon locals who will be looking for a strong run in their home town race. This crew have an attitude which epitomizes the spirit of the Gas Dash “Winning is something, finishing is everything” and this should hold them in good stead come Sunday night

#77 – Harleigh Uren makes a surprise switch from Extreme 2wd to Pro Buggy. Already blisteringly quick, it remains to be seen what other tricks the One Speed Off Road Racing crew have up their sleeves. This is a definite dark horse for the class and outright honours!

#98 – Fresh off of a breakthrough podium finish at Perenjori, Marcus Wells will be looking to extend his good run at the Gas Dash. The youngster isn’t afraid to lay it all on the line in his quest to be standing on top of the podium at the Gas Dash

#932 – Mark Cramer had a nightmare run at Perenjori. Everything that could go wrong, went wrong. With the fire in the belly and will to make amends even stronger than before, Cramer is going to be on a mission and charging hard

#968 – Brad Cooper may as well be an adopted ‘Carnarvon-ite’ such is the affinity that he has with racing there. Maybe there is something in the air, but Cooper seems to step it up to another level when it comes to racing in Carnarvon. Victorious in 2016, Cooper will be aiming to claim the prestigious Gascoyne Dash as well as breathing life into his 2017 WAORC campaign