Extreme 4wd Class Preview – Mid West Challenge

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The Extreme 4wd class has put on some spectacular racing so far in the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC. As we look forward to the Cochranes Transport Mid West Challenge, lets check the form guide

802 – Daniel “Fluffy” Fahey is stepping out of the shadow of Big Russ Cullen and taking the wheel for his first steer at a WAORC event. With Sean Beck sitting alongside, this young duo will be hoping for a clean run and to see the checkered flag on Sunday afternoon

814 – Leigh Cooper will be looking for a solid run in his Cochranes Racing Pajero. Cooper has had less seat time in 2017 than he did in 2016, but dont be fooled into thinking he has lost any of his pace. Keep an eye out on the green machine as it charges through the field

832 – Nicholas Van Geest is one of the hardest charging drivers in the class. His immaculate Blue GQ Ute had its maiden run at the first round of the WAORC and “Banger” will be hoping that he can follow that up with a strong result this weekend

848 – Mitchell Davies has been a revelation in season 2017. The second generation racer has been involved in some epic battles with the #866 crew and will be hoping that he can get the upper hand at the Mid West Challenge

855 – Greg Crook returns to the WAORC with a new vehicle and a renewed vigor. Whilst Crook hasn’t had a lot of time behind the wheel recently, dont be surprised if he winds up the wick and pushes his way through the field as the weekend wears on

866 – Mark Murray is ready for another tough battle and whilst he will have one eye on his class rivals, he will also be looking at pushing his way past some of the buggies in the field. The Turbo Diesel patrol has proven to be very quick this season and goes into the Mid West Challenge as the class favorite