The big boys of the WAORC have come out to play with 6 Pro Buggies ready to tear up the Carnarvon Motel Three Springs 360. The form guide shows that this could be anyones race!
32 – Dave Hickey is back with his Porter Pro Buggy after making its debut run at Three Springs in 2016. Hickey has spent plenty of time looking to improve and develop the Porter into a package that contend with the best of them. Three Springs will be the perfect test to see if that has paid off
39 – Darren Agrela is one of the hottest drivers in WA off road at the moment. Fresh off a strong Finke campaign, Agrela blitzed the field at the Mid West Challenge until some small gremlins sidelined the beautifully prepared Undecided Racing Jimco. Keep an eye out for ‘Agro’ as he will be on the charge
77 – Speaking of charging, Harleigh Uren does not know any other way! The One Speed Racing Driver was in the lead of the Mid West Challenge before engine gremlins dropped him to 2nd and prevented him from taking back to back WAORC outright victories. Keep an eye on the #77 Maxxis Tyres machine this weekend!
932 – Mark Cramer showed at the Mid West Challenge that he has what it takes to run with the best of them! A strong 3rd outright in testing conditions proving that his Southern Cross Pro Buggy has the pace to fight for an outright win
968 – Brad Cooper has unfinished business at Three Springs. In 2016 he was on an absolute flyer, charging through the field passing the eventual 2017 outrigh WAORC champion Brett Smith before mechanical issues forced his race to a premature end. If Cooper can find that intensity again he will be a force to be reckoned with
996 – Steven Phillips is one name which should be on the winners list at Three Springs. An inspired run in the 2015 event saw him leading during the final section before being sidelined with engine dramas. Phillips has the speed and the package to contend for the win and will be hoping to make amends for the 2015 heartbreak