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Warnert Racing

Warnert Racing Dominates 4x4 Classes & Scott Kilby Podiums

Cliffton Beasley
Cliffton Beasley

Warnert Racing swept all three 4x4 Class Championship before heading into the final round of the GNCC season at the Ironman in Crawfordsville, Indiana, but it didn’t slow down the team as Cliffton Beasley (4x4 Lites), Michael Swift (4x4 Limited), and Scott Kilby (4x4 Open) pulled a hatrick with three wins for the Can-Am Warnert Racing Team.

4x4 Open
The battle was on once again between teammates Scott Kilby & Rick Cecco as they battled for the lead early in the race, but the multi-time champion, Kilby, was able to out run the 2007 Champion, Cecco, to claim his fifth win of the season and a top three overall finish, which gave the Warnert Racing team its tenth win of the season in the 4x4 Open Class.  For Kilby, the win also secured his third place finish in points.

Scott Kilby
Scott Kilby

4x4 Limited
Once again, the competition was no match for Michael Swift as he ran away from the field to claim his 11th Win of the season with nearly eight minutes to spare at the checkered flag, and for his incredible accomplishments including two podium finishes, Swift was nominated for Amateur ATV rider of the year, which is a first for any 4x4 rider.

4x4 Lites
Cliffton Beasley claimed his 10th win of the season after an intense battle with Outlander racer, Jerime Dudding.  The pair have battled back and forth multiple times this season, but in the end, Beasley has found a way to maintain the lead when it counted the most at the checkered flag.  In the final lap of the race, Beasley took over the lead with Dudding finishing just 2 seconds behind Beasley.  For Beasley, it was a hard fault win and well deserved on an extremely challenging track.

The Ironman GNCC concluded an incredible season of racing for the Warnert Racing CanAm team, which collected an astonishing 31 wins this season as they dominated the GNCC Series.  In 2008, the team will be back as strong as ever with two new additions to the line-up on Sport ATVs with Chris Bithell & Chris Jenks joining the team to compete on the all new CanAm DS450, which should prove to be a top contender like its cousin the 4x4 Outlander.


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