Percival continues to lead the points race!

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Heading into Round 5 of the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC Jared Percival holds a small lead in this years points race over Prolite rival Mal Yeardley. The Carnarvon Motel Three Springs 360 is going to pivotal not only for these 2 competitors, but also throughout the field with their own individual class championships

Outright – Jared Percival leads Mal Yeardley with Mark Cramer moving up into 3rd outright. Mark Jarret and Colin Doney round out the top 5, whilst the last 2 event winners Harleigh Uren and Nathaniel Edwards are making a late season charge as they move into the top 10

Pro Buggy – Mark Cramer and Harleigh Uren appear to be locked in a tight tussle for the Pro buggy class championship. Marcus Wells sits 3rd, with Brad Cooper lurking in 4th as we head into the last 2 events of the season

Prolite – Jared Percival and Mal Yeardley are also battling for class honours, but need to be wary of the angry pack right behind them. Mark Jarrett, Nathaniel Edwards and George Metaxas all sit within striking distance

Super 1650 – Daniel Allen holds a strong lead in the Super 1650 class, but wont be comfortable with the points lead with 2 rounds to go. John Flynn, Peter Mellington and Charlie Edwards have all entered Three Springs and with a good result could catapult themselves into contention

Extreme 2wd – Colin Doney leads the points from Greg Pickersgill as the pair have cleared out from the chasing field over the first 4 events. Three Springs will be pivotal in deciding this class championship

Performance 2wd – WA Off Road Junior Development Program driver Matthew Beck has been a revelation in season 2017. As he has continued to rack up the race km’s and experience, he has also collected a swag full of points which season him lead the class ahead of Jordan Russell and Mik French

Production 4wd – The Production 4wd class sees a pair of Toyota’s way out in front. Graeme Bentink leads Steven Baxter with the barely anything seperating the duo. Of the chasing pack, only Ben Armstrong and CHris May remain a mathematical chance of taking out the championship

Extreme 4wd – Brad Krepp, Mark Murray and Mitchell Davies will all be looking for points at Three Springs as they duke it out for the Extreme 4wd championship. With the points so close throughout the field, all competitors who have entered Three Springs are a mathematical chance of taking the class for 2017

Superlite – Ashley Sudholz has made the most of his consistency to lead to Superlite class heading into the final 2 rounds. Chris Unstead is chasing hard, but will need 2 strong finishes to topple the current leader

Sportslite – Wayne Holt holds the class lead for Sportslite, but will be a nervous spectator over the Three Springs weekend as Peter Barrett looks to reel him in in his Carnarvon Motel buggy

Points can be found here