Entries Open for 2023 Perenjori 360

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Entries are now open for the 2023 McPhee Freight, Gturbo Perenjori 360. Round 1 of the 2023 WAORC is once again held at Perenjori as it has been for many years now. The popular event last year sold out with 50 entries and is once again expected to host a big field of competitors

Already, with entries open for just 24 hours the teams have been flooding in, with some very high quality entries being received. So far the headline act is current state champion, Adam Trewhella who will once again be campaigning in his Pro Buggy. The BRP team will be hoping to emulate their fine form from 2022 and start their title defence off on the right foot

Another one of the notable early entries is that of the 2021 WAORC champion, Jayden Grewar. After a slightly subdued 2022 with some mechanical issues hampering his campaign, Grewar and the RAW Racing team are back with a vengeance and hoping to put their CanAm X3 back on top again

Troy Higgins of Kalgoorlie has nominated and will be bringing the immaculately presented Jarrahfire Drilling GET Pro Buggy to Perenjori. The Higgins Motorsport Team had a strong run at KDR 2022 showing that they have the pace to run up the front and it will be exciting to see the team turn up the heat at Perenjori for the first time

We also have a number of rookies entering in the WAORC for the first time, Jono Hansen and Jakeb ODonell, being 2 new SXS Pro competitors, both in CanAm X3’s. With many more entries expected to flow in, its already shaping up as a strong start to the 2023 racing season

To enter the 2023 Perenjori 360, follow this link
Supplementary Regulations can be found here
Current Entry List can be found here