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Warnert Racing

Warnert Racing’s CanAm Team Stomps Yadkinville with Four Podium Finishes

Cliffton Beasley
Cliffton Beasley

Round 11 of the Can Am GNCC Series was held in the beautiful wine country of the Yadkin Valley located in North Carolina. This stop of the series is notorious for being one of the tightest tracks of the year posing twists and turns that will wreak havoc on machines and riders as speeds are lower and finesse rules the day. Can-Am Warnert Racing’s riders were prepped and the machines were readied for the grueling two hour off road event.

The weather was tailor made for outdoor activity as warm sunny skies greeted the racers. Dry conditions in this region would raise the possibility that dust could slow riders even more as visibility shortened and the track becomes choked with dust. Our Warnert racers would have a tough day ahead of them.

4x4 Lites racer Cliffton Beasley would face off once again with fellow Can Am rider Jerime Dudding as the pair battled each other and the conditions. With the championship won, Beasley could relax and race for the win without worry of the points battle. When the dust settled, Dudding edged out Beasley by mere seconds to claim his second class victory of the season. Beasley’s second place finish marked his 10th race of the season, finishing 2nd or better!

Rick Cecco
Rick Cecco

4x4 Limited has been owned by CanAm Warnert Racing’s Michael Swift this season, and marking the second team member to lock in a class championship, Swift would be riding for this win with an awe inspiring season already behind him. Swift jumped out to the early lead and continued his domination of the 4x4 Limited Class, securing his 9th win of the 2007 season.

4x4 Open riders Richard Cecco and Scott Kilby took aim to win this event and carry the Warnert Racing momentum forward in yet another class stocked full of talent. Racing the largest machines in one of the most competitive classes is always a challenge and the duo combined for a 2nd and 3rd place finish respectively. The tight and twisting layout and slower speeds did not favor the big 4x4 machines however both riders put in great rides in conditions that tested the riders and Can-Am Outlander 800's. Fellow Can-Am rider Bryan Buckhannon was able to slip around Cecco who had the lead and take the win which now places emphasis on the remaining 2 rounds of competition as Kilby and Cecco both strive to win the 4x4 Open Class and provide Warnert Racing with a 4x4 Sweep.

The series heads north to Ohio for round 12 to be held at Powerline Park on October 13th. With varying terrain and conditions expected to highly favor our Warnert Racing Team, look for more wins as the final rounds start to draw a spectacular season to a close!


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