Points Update – After 4 Rounds

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After 4 Rounds of the 2018 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC there is an intriguing battle developing for the championship and throughout the classes

Outright – Colin Doney leads the way on 67 points, but has finished in the points at all 4 events so far. Behind him, Harleigh Uren, Darren Agrela, Jared Percival and Mark Jarrett all appear to be within striking distance, with most already having a 0 next to one of their points tallies.Three Springs and Kalgoorlie are certainly shaping up to be crucial to the contenders title aspirations

Pro Buggy – Darren Agrela has a commanding lead in the Pro Buggy class with Shane Elphinstone and Craig Wells looking to chase him down. Strong results and consistence at all 4 rounds has seen the #39 machine surge to the class lead, but can they hold on into the back half of the season

Prolite – Jared Percival has a slim lead over Mark Jarrett, with the duo set to duke it out over the remaining rounds. Yeardley, Clucas and Rowett could spoil the party, but would need everything to go their way to mount a charge towards the top of the points

Super 1650 – The 1650 class has seen some close racing this year, with Michael Davis leading the way ahead of Daniel Allen and Aaron Dark who are tied for points in 2nd place. Whilst Davis will be the favorite to go on with it from here, there is still over 800 kms of racing to go this year

Extreme 2wd – Colin Doney in the Blue beetle is the leader of the Extreme 2wd class, however he is steadily being hunted down by the #446 Maxxis Truck of Harleigh Uren. Whilst Doney has competed at every event this season and has been rewarded for his consistency, Uren dropped the Gascoyne Dash earlier this year, but has used his strong pace to close the gap. This class is definitely going to go down to the wire

Performance 2wd – Matthew Beck is the defending Performance 2wd champion and is doing a stellar job so far. He has gapped the rest of the field and is one of the only competitors to be in a comfortable position as we head into the last 2 events

Production 4wd – Travis Epis has dominated this years Production 4wd class of the WAORC. The Blue Thunder GQ Patrol is on a hot streak picking off several wins this season and it would take a miracle for one of the chasers to hunt him down

Extreme 4wd – Mitchell Davies has a slight advantage over Adrian Brestovac who is having a strong first season in the WAORC. Davies has been one of the quickest competitors all year, but the chasing pack will keep him honest all the way to the final chequered flag

SXS Turbo – This class has been hotly contested in 2018 with youngster Michael Ware currently the top points man. Making it a Polaris 1-2 is Drew Millar, with Chris Unstead who missed Round 3 due to competing at Finke sitting in 3rd and flying the flag for CanAm. This tightly contested battle could almost be compared to the old V8 Supercars Holden vs Ford rivalry, with Polaris and CanAm going toe to toe and putting their pride on the line

Sportslite – Peter Barrett has clawed his way into the lead of the Sportslite class after Deon Visagie had jumped out to a big lead. The Carnarvon Motel man leads by just 360 points which means this battle could be turned on its head by just 1 bad section

SXS Sport – Mark Wainwright has taken solid points so far this year to be the top SXS sport competitor. The Yamaha has been so quick that its even upset many of the turbo competitors on his way

Full points are available here