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Warnert Racing
Warnert Racing Team Slices through the Dust to Victory

Once again, the Warnert Racing teams headed off to compete in two different series as the clash of racing events conflicts forcing teams to make decisions on which event to run. 4x4 Open points leader Scott Kilby spent his weekend rapping up yet another win in the WPSA series keeping the door open for teammate Richard Cecco to try and drive home another win in the 4x4 Open class during the Can Am GNCC series.

Brock Parker was still recovering from his injuries and we hope to see him return to the racing action very soon. With the majority of Warnert Racing attending the “John Penton” GNCC event, the team was ready for another dominant performance series. The Penton is infamous for conditions that swing wildly from an all out mudfest to dust beyond belief making for tough racing for all competitors.

In the 4x4 Lites class, Cliffton Beasley again rode his Warnert Racing Can Am to victory marking his 3rd straight class win, and topping 5 wins on the season. Beasley’s outstanding run places him securely in charge of the points chase as round #7 approaches. Beasley bested his nearest competitor by over 15 minutes proving yet again that Warnert Racing has the best there is aboard their machines!

Micheal Swift has been a force to be reckoned with in 4x4 Limited winning the first 5 rounds convincingly. The tight course and rugged terrain combined with severe dust may have played a part in Swift taking second at this round as temperatures climbed and racing turned brutal. Swift looks to regain his winning streak at round #7 and extend his growing points lead in his quest for the class championship.

Richard Cecco came off the line in 4x4 Open and never looked back; posting a solid race placing him 8th overall and taking the class win by just over one minute. Cecco's only second to teammate Scott Kilby by 12 points as we head to round seven, and once again he will be running his Warnert racing prepped Can Am at full speed trying his best to win to earn a spot of the podium.

The Warnert Racing team heads south to Kentucky for the next round of GNCC action and rolls in to the "Spartan" with a winning spirit and Scott Kilby will be rejoining the GNCC Team! No matter where our racers compete, our winning record is being carried by our riders and race team as an example of our dedication and resolve to dominate the 2007 racing season!


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