Perenjori Starting to Heat Up

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There is just over a week until the 2022 McPhee Transport, GTurbo Perenjori 360 gets the WAORC underway for the year. Entries are still open until Friday, but there are already some heavy hitters lining up for their crack at taking out the PJ 360. A 72km track will be traversed 5 times over the weekend making up 360kms of racing action to sort out the contenders and the pretenders

2021 WAORC Champion Jayden Grewar is back for another attack and will be hoping to get his championship defense off to a strong start. He will be chased by what is currently a 19 strong field of SXS’s with this number also expected to grow in the coming days. The Pro Buggies are headlined by Shane Elphinstone who as a former winner of this event would have to be a favorite, with Adam Trewhella raring and ready to have a crack at the win. Deon Visagie is also set to make his Pro Buggy debut after several strong years running in the Sportslite class

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There are some notable entrants in the tin tops, namely the return of Greg Pickersgill to a 2wd truck, looking to debut his Performance 2wd Toyota. Mik French also will be back in action, with the debut run of the Red Back Racing Celica, making for 2 very different vehicles going toe to toe in this class

The current list of 34 entrants is expected to swell to 40+ by the time entries close on Friday meaning that 2022 is going to get underway with a great field of cars and competitors. Further Regulations have just been released by the event organizers to add some licenses and information to key roles as well as change the time of Sundays drivers brief to be before racing gets started for the day

Read more about the further regulations here
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Current entry list is here