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WA Class Points Chase Continued
Monday, 23 October 2017
Source and Photographer: Jason Galea, flatoutoffroadracing.com


The Prolite class has been consistently the biggest and most competitive field of the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC. This has been punctuated by the all out battle for outright points between Yeardley and Percival, the consistency of Jarrett and the raw pace of Nathaniel Edwards. heading into the final round. There is in fact 5 competitors who are in with a mathematical chance of taking out the prolite class.

Whilst the scenario for 4th place Nathaniel Edwards and 5th place George Metaxas would essentially require all their rivals to score 0 points and for them to have a perfect weekend, the battle between the top 3 is much tighter. If you deduct the lowest points scoring round so far from Yeardley, Percival and Jarrett, they are seperated by just 201 points. Any slip up here could be disastrous for their Prolite title aspirations.

Super 1650

Whilst there are only 5 competitors who currently have points on the board, the Super 1650 WAORC championship is well and truly still on! All 5 competitors have a mathematical chance of taking out the crown. It is however, Daniel Allen who currently holds a 20 point lead over John Flynn. This duo are in the driving seat, however Dan Hawkins, Charlie Edwards and Peter Mellington will be hoping to spoil the party.

Superlite A & B

The 2 Superlites class have been heating up over the final few rounds of the year and are set for the biggest fields to date in the WAORC at the Black Diamond Drilling Kalgoorlie Desert Race.

Superlite A, Mark Wainwright holds the points lead, but will be nervous with Rob Clarke also entered for the upcoming event. This will be a winner takes all affair at the final round of the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC.

Superlite B has seen Ashley Sudholz and Chris Unstead go toe to toe at every round in the second half of the season. Sudholz holds the points lead, but Unstead is still a mathematical chance should he have the perfect round and Sudholz fails to finish a section.

It is all going to come down to the Black Diamond Drilling, Kalgoorlie Desert Race over October 28th and 29th. This will be the final and deciding round of the 2017 CAMS, Carnarvon Motel WAORC.