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Warnert Racing

Warnert Racing Team Sweeps the Spartan GNCC

Clifton Beasley
Clifton Beasley

For the seventh round of the CanAm GNCC Series, the Warnert Racing Team headed to the hills of Kentucky for the “Spartan” GNCC, and they once again dominated the field. The race is held only minutes away from the Sparta Raceway, and it has been a long time favorite of many GNCC racers with its tight and technical woods sections along with high speed straight-aways through the fields.

In the 4x4 Open Class, Scott Kilby made his return to GNCC racing after missing the past two rounds to compete at the WPSA in the Quadterrain Challenge. Before making the switch, Kilby won three consecutive races and held the points lead, but since his departure, teammate, Rick Cecco, has rebounded from a season slow start to take home two consecutive wins of his own.

With two extremely talented riders going head to head, there was bound to be fire works, and the pair didn’t disappoint as they swapped the lead back and forth several times throughout the race with the pair staying within seconds of one another throughout the race till the checkered flag.

Rick Cecco
Rick Cecco

In one of the most dramatic finishes of the year, Cecco and Kilby charged to the finish line nearly side by side with Cecco edging out Kilby for the win by a tire as he kept the throttle pegged till the very last second to claim his third consecutive win and the sixth straight for the Warnert Racing Can-Am Team in the 4x4 Open Class.

If the battle for the win in the 4x4 Open Class wasn’t enough, the battle was just as intense in the 4x4 Lites class between Warnert Racing’s Clifton Beasley and CanAm’s Jerime Dudding. Once again this duo battled throughout the race within seconds of each other as they nearly lapped the rest of the class. In the end, it was Warnert Racing’s Beasley claiming his sixth win of the season and extending his points lead over Dudding to three points.

In the 4x4 Limited Class, Michael Swift remained unchallenged as he ran away with his sixth win of the season by out running the closest competitor by nearly six minutes. The win extends Swifts lead to 21 points over CanAm’s Mike Penland.

With another successful weekend of racing for the Warnert Racing CanAm Team, the team prepares for the final race before the summer break in Snowshoe, West Virginia on June 23rd, which is a brand new location for GNCC racing, and it anticipated to be one of the roughest tracks of the season with an abundance of boulders and big hill climbs.

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