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4 X 4 Classes Dominated by Warnert Racing with K&N Air Filters

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The Warnert Racing Team continues to sweep the Can Am GNCC Series. The riders began the season with one goal, win the class championships. That goal has become a reality.

Cam Am Team leaves competition in the dust, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Can Am Team leaves competition in the dust, photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Rider Richard Cecco finalized the deal by winning the 4X4 Open Class at St. Clairsville, Ohio in the Powerline Park Facility. With Cecco’s win Warnert Racing has become the dominant force in the 4X4 classes.

Richard Cecco secures 4X4 Open, photo by Harlen Foley, ATVriders.com Outlaws Champion Schatz uses K&N
Richard Cecco secures 4X4 Open  photo by Harlen Foley ATVriders.com
Round 12 of the Can Am Series was eleven miles of rocks, ruts, trees and dust for forty riders. The conditions were very dry and the amount of dust in the air was the most anyone had faced in recent memory. “Visibility was a huge factor during the race,” said Levi Michel, Warnert Team Manager. “Piloting machines as big and fast as Warnert Racing Can-Am’s it’s important to see the track to win and survive. In the pits we couldn’t see our K&N Engineering air filters because of the dust but they pulled us through the extreme conditions and keep our engines running.”

Team Warnert rider Michael Swift could have taken it easy in the 4X4 Limited competition. He secured the class championship at round 11, but decided to race anyway. Swift took the lead early on and never looked back for his 10th class win of the 2007 season.

In the 4X4 Lites, Clifton Beasley also wrapped up his class championship before this round of racing. “He laid down the smack for the 9th time this season by taking another class win again,” said Levi. “The dust was billowing behind his screaming Can Am and the competition didn’t even come close.” Beasley finished with over 5 minutes left for yet another Warnert Racing sweep.

The series heads to the final round at Crawfordsville, Indiana on October 27.

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