hat time of year is almost here!...LEGP!
This years festival is gearing up to be bigger than ever! With over 80 classes to choose from for the racers, entertainment throughout the weekend, vendors, food and friends, the 50th Lake Elsinore Grand Prix is set to be an epic weekend of fun! Online registration and camp passes are now open. Be sure to get your spot or entry in now before they sell out or online registration closes Oct 31st. For more information please visit www.ElsinoreGrandPrix.com
The Dirt Series Finale is only 5 days away and we are excited to showcase 2 days of racing with Dirt Bikes featured on Saturday and UTVs & ATVs featured on Sunday. Fox Raceway hosts the Final Round of the Dirt Series 2018 season on the newly designed Main Track. To make this even more exciting this will be a DOUBLE POINTS round!! Come out and enjoy a full weekend of racing as the points battles and race season unfold. Online registration is currently open so be sure to get signed up before the race and cut through the lines.
**Please note the racing and practice times for the weekend**
Dirt Bikes race Saturday morning and UTV & ATV practice will happen in the afternoon when racing has concluded. UTV & ATV racing will then go off Sunday morning normal time. ALL online registration closes Friday night but we will offer trackside registration for UTVs & ATVs Saturday afternoon during practice until 5pm. The website is current so please check there for actual times. We will post via social media on Friday and Saturday as well as at the trackside registration booth**
We will be using our new scoring system again this round and will have transponders. ALL UTVs will be required to use the 2-strip transponder set-up. Dirt Bikes and ATVs, the 1-strip set-up. Everyone will be required to go through tech to have their transponders and numbers checked. These new transponders are re-usable and will be very inexpensive to purchase. We will no longer be renting these transponders so you will not be required to leave any collateral. These are for purchase only. To register online please click here:
The ATV Safety Institute will provide free rider training for the second straight year during ATV Safety Week this spring. The ASI is again working with partners across America who will be volunteering to provide free ATV RiderCourses and other safety education June 6–14.
“The first step toward safe ATV riding is taking the ASI RiderCourse, and we’re making it available to adults, kids and families all over the country early in the riding season,” said Cam Arnold, ASI’s vice president of rider training. “ATV Safety Week is about promoting the eight Golden Rules for safe riding, and we can think of no better way than to offer our class at no charge to participants. We invite everyone with an ATV to meet our Instructors, have some fun, and learn how to ride ATVs safely.”
The ATV RiderCourse is free for anyone who meets the age requirements and signs up during ATV Safety Week. Riders can find the closest training sites by going to ATVSafety.org and clicking on the ATV Safety Week logo. Additional locations will be added as they are confirmed and the most current list can be found on the training page. Riders should then call 800-887-2887 to sign up for a class.
According to Consumer Product Safety Commission data, 92 percent of all ATV-related fatalities are the result of warned-against behaviors, such as youth riding on adult-sized ATVs. During ATV Safety Week, riders can learn about the proper operation of their machine, find out about helmets and other protective gear, and learn ways to dramatically reduce risk.
The ATV RiderCourse is also free year-round for anyone who has purchased a new, qualifying ATV from an ATV Safety Institute member company. The ASI also offers a free E-Course, which is available online 24/7. This online course is available in three age-specific courses for adults, teens and children. Students learn how to apply the Golden Rules of ATV riding in an interactive setting. The E-Course includes videos, pictures and games to make it a fun and effective learning experience for all ages. After finishing the course, users can take an ATV safety exam and receive a certificate of completion.
The ATV Safety Institute's Golden Rules
1. Always wear a DOT-compliant helmet, goggles, long sleeves, long pants, over-the-ankle boots, and gloves.
2. Never ride on paved roads except to cross when done safely and permitted by law – another vehicle could hit you. ATVs are designed to be operated off-highway.
3. Never ride under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
4. Never carry a passenger on a single-rider ATV, and no more than one passenger on an ATV specifically designed for two people.
5. Ride an ATV that's right for your age.
6. Supervise riders younger than 16; ATVs are not toys.
7. Ride only on designated trails and at a safe speed.
8. Take a hands-on ATV RiderCourse and the free online E-Course. Visit ATVsafety.org or call 800.887.2887.
The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Institute® develops rider training programs and promotes the safe and responsible use of ATVs. The ASI® works to reduce crashes and injuries resulting from improper ATV use. Formed in 1988, the ASI is a not-for-profit division of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of America®. For safety information or to enroll in the ATV RiderCourse nearest you, visit atvsafety.org or call (800) 887-2887.
Round 8 of the Texas Off-Road Nationals (TORN) would see Team UXC Racer Chris Robinson take the win and seal the Utility Quad Championship on his Scrambler XP 1000 EPS.
The race would see some stiff competition with eight utility quads lined up to tackle the 5-mile course. Robinson would jump off the line in second and by mile one, take the lead. He would hold the lead for the next two laps, get passed for a short amount of time, and then regain the lead to take the win and championship.
“The Polaris Scrambler XP 1000 EPS was solid and my Custom Axis Suspension along with my Fasst Company Flexx Bars soaked up the choppy filed sections that were full of acceleration and braking pumps. The Maxxis Ceros tires provided great traction and stable cornering on the off camber hill climbs,” said Robinson. “I would like to thank all of my sponsors and looking forward to a strong 2015 season.”
“We would like to congratulate Chris on bringing home the first championship for the Scrambler XP 1000,” said Donna Beadle, race team manager for Polaris. “Chris has worked hard all season and has been a great asset to the team.”
Team UXC Racing heads south to Ensenada, Mexico for the 47th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 1000. The team is leading the Sportsman Quads Class in points for the series and looks to have a solid Baja 1000.
Team Earns Eight Wins, More Than 20 podiums at Series Finale
Team ITP racers won eight classes, tallied 21 podiums and officially wrapped up six class championships at the finale of the 2014 Mtn. Dew ATV Motocross National Championship series held in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. "We had a big weekend at Loretta's in Tennessee, winning several classes and earning almost two-dozen podiums. More importantly, Jeffrey Rastrelli captured the Pro-Am championship with an impressive double-moto sweep and four other racers took home five amateur class titles," said Pat McGuire, Public Relations / Race Support. "Josh Creamer also proved ITP tires are versatile and offer lots of traction even in poor conditions. He grabbed the holeshot and second-moto victory in the Pro class on Saturday, despite the horribly muddy track. It was a good way to end the year."
The Can-Am Dirt Days event was held in high humidity at the popular Loretta Lynn's Dude Ranch MX facility, which was soaked by intermittent rain showers. Seventeen Pro and Pro-Am racers competed on Saturday and Sunday, respectively. With the Pro class already determined at the previous round, the focus shifted to finishing strong for the top pilots of Team ITP. And because the Pro-Am class and some of the amateur class championships were still too close to call, the fans and racers were both glued to fences. Josh Creamer (BCS Performance / Can-Am / ITP) has had a challenging season, but looked to end the year on a high note. The former national champion did just that as he earned his first podium of the season with a stellar 4-1 moto scorecard. The moto two win (and holeshot) was his first in nine rounds. In fact, in addition to being a big confidence builder the win was impressive because Creamer dominated on soggy track. He ended up finishing sixth place in the Pro class standings.
Finishing one spot behind Creamer in the season standings was Jeffrey Rastrelli (JB Racing / Cheerwine / Can-Am / ITP). Rastrelli made huge strides this year in the Pro class, having earned his first podium at round seven, but took ninth at Loretta's. He was sixth in moto one, but finished outside the top 10 in moto two due to a crash. However, on the season, he notched seven top-10 finishes and placed in the top-five four times. Rastrelli also earned the 2014 Pro-Am class championship with an impressive 1-1 moto sweep at Loretta's. The Tennessee win was his third in the class this year. He ended up winning by 18 points.
Sean Taylor (Root River Racing / Motowoz / ITP) and Silas Lamons (Jay Huckabey Racing / Suzuki / ITP) both competed in the Pro ranks at round nine. Taylor scored his best finish of the year with sixth overall (9-6), to capture the No. 10 spot in the final point standings. He also scored a third-place podium finish in the Pro-Am division to earn fourth for the year. Lamons took 12th (13-11) in the Pro class.
Amateur class racers notched seven wins at the finale for Team ITP. Dylan Tremellen (RRR / Rage ATV / FTR / Motowoz / ITP) won the Production A and 450 A classes with 1-1 moto sweeps. He is also the 2014 Production A class champion and runner-up in the 450 A class. The 450 A title was earned by "Factory" Sam Rowe, who finished second in the class and the Open A class at the final round. Rowe (RRR / Rage ATV / FTR / Motowoz / ITP) also won the Open A class title. Megan Manshack capped her championship season with another 1-1 moto sweep in the Women's class and her best finish in the 450 B ranks, taking second overall. Haedyn Mickelson (RRR / ITP) won the 450 B class and took third in Open B. Westley Wolfe (Greg's ATV / ITP) notched two wins at Loretta's, taking the top podium spot in both the Schoolboy Sr. (14-17) and Schoolboy Jr. Open (13-15) classes. Noah Mickelson won the Super Mini (12-15) class for the third time in 2014 to ensure he would go home with the No. 1 plate and class championship.
TEAM ITP - Loretta's Podiums
Team ITP - 2014 National Champions
MILLFIELD, Ohio (June 8, 2014) - The 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, hosted the 25th running of the Wiseco John Penton GNCC on Saturday from Millfield, Ohio. In a dominant fashion, N-Fab AmPro Yamaha's Walker Fowler captured his second straight victory in the XC1 Pro Class, while his teammate Cole Richardson made it three-in-a-row in the XC2 Pro Am Class.
RacingPowersports.com/CST Tires/PirateMX.com's Adam McGill got off to a great start after grabbing the $250 Twin Air/DeRisi Racing XC1 Holeshot Award, leading the field of XC1 Pro riders into the first lap. Fowler stole the lead away on the opening lap and the duo diced it out for the lead position early on.
Adam McGill grabbed the $250 Twin Air/DeRisi Racing XC1 Holeshot Award Photo: Ken Hill
McGill took over the lead on the second lap, where he opted to pit for fuel, while Fowler chose to fly past his pits and into the lead. The rest of the front-runners joined McGill in pitting on lap two, allowing Fowler to break away out front.
Coming off a DNF at the previous round due to mechanical issues, Precision/Maxxis Tires Chris Bithell headed into round eight with vengeance. Bithell put himself into a favorable position right away as he tucked in behind the duo of Fowler and McGill up front. The Pennsylvania native entered a battle with McGill around mid-race, eventually making the pass for second on lap three.
Bithell was poised to take a podium finish at The Penton until he ran into mechanical issues Photo: HillFowler began to pull away in the final moments, where he finished almost two minutes ahead of the second place finisher, Adam McGill.
Meanwhile, five-time GNCC Champion Chris Borich had to pick his way through the pack from an uncharacteristic start outside the top five. Borich quickly moved his way into fourth but the Team Maxxis rider began losing time from there. On the final lap, Borich succumbed to a mechanical issue that began affecting his machine after the mid-way point. Borich was forced to receive a tow back to his pit area, where he was unable to finish the race.
Jarrod McClure captured his second podium finish of the season Photo: HillJust as Borich arrived to his pit area, reports surfaced that Bithell, too, was experiencing mechanical issues. It was a tough break for Bithell, who was running in the second place position, as his day ended before the checkered flag once again.
Amidst all the chaos on the final lap, DWT Racing's Jarrod McClure continued to ride a solid pace as he had done all afternoon. McClure maintained a fifth place position throughout the two-hour race, but the Pennsylvania native was the one to capitalize on the mechanical issues ahead, where he jumped two positions from fifth to third place on the final lap.
Round eight marks McClure's second podium finish for the season, where he now holds fourth overall in the championship standings.
Fowler has closed the points gap to only 8 behind Borich in the championship standings Photo: HillDave Bayless Motorsports/Dirtworks/DC Cycles Brycen Neal put forth another impressive ride in his rookie XC1 season, finishing fourth overall for the day in his home state of Ohio. Neal sits in seventh place in the championship standings after eight rounds of racing.
N-Fab AmPro Yamaha's Cole Richardson made the XC2 Pro Am championship points chase a little more exciting after capturing the round eight victory to bring the points tally to a tie with closest competitor and fellow rookie Marshal Goings. Richardson's stellar performance was enough to land himself a fifth place overall for the day, followed by GT-Thunder's Brian Wolf who finished sixth overall.
XC1 Podium: (left) Adam McGill, Walker Fowler, (right) Jarrod McClure Photo: HillWest Virginia's Brent Sturdivant finished seventh overall for the day, while GT Thunder/Maxxis/Howser Racing's Josh Merritt came in eighth, followed by SICC Racing's Marshal Goings in ninth from the XC2 Class, and Waynesburg Yamaha/GT Thunder/GBC-backed Jeff Pickens rounded out the top ten overall.
BNR Motorsports/Loctite's Kevin Yoho secured 10th place in the XC1 Class and 11th overall, while Ohio's very own Braden Henthorn scored 9th place in the XC1 Class and 12th overall in his return to racing after a recent jaw surgery.
Fowler's second straight victory in the XC1 Pro Class, along with Borich's misfortune at round eight, brings the Ohio native to within eight points of Borich's lead in the championship standings. With five rounds remaining in 2014, Fowler has entered himself into a head-to-head battle with the five-time champion for the first time in recent history.
XC2 Pro Am Podium: (left) Marshal Goings, Cole Richardson, (right) Marty Christofferson Photo: HillIn the XC2 Pro Am division, Richardson led the two-hour race from flag to flag, capturing his fifth victory of the season. SICC Racing/Maxxis Tires-backed Goings put up a fight throughout the first half of the afternoon, but in the end Richardson's fast-pace was untouchable. Goings took second place for the day, where he and Richardson sit tied with 200 points in the first place position.
New York's Marty Christofferson continued his consistent streak atop the podium with yet another third place finish in the XC2 Class. Christofferson got off to a top five start and maintained a solid third place position all afternoon. Christofferson continues to hold third place in the championship standings after eight rounds of racing.
West Virginia's James Green captured the $100 All Balls Racing XC2 Pro Am Holeshot Award and ultimately finished 8th place for the day Photo: Hill
It was another good day for Ohio native Blake Tornes, who captured the College A (16-21) Class victory, as well as the Top Amateur honors with 16th overall.
For the first time this season, the 10 a.m. overall podium was swept by the young guns of the Schoolboy (13-15) A/B division, where Ohio's Cody Collier secured his fourth straight $125 GT Thunder Amateur Overall at the John Penton. Collier was joined by his closest competitor in the class, as well as for the overall win, Westley Wolfe. Wolfe has been plagued by bad luck this season but the Maryland native was able to land a solid second place finish. Multi-time GNCC Champion in the Youth ranks, Hunter Hart, made his second career appearance on the overall podium with a third place finish for the day.
Blake Tornes captured the Top Amateur AwardPhoto: HillIt was another exciting battle in the 4x4 Pro Class as West Virginia's Bryan Buckhannon emerged victorious after more than two hours of battle on the track. ATV Parts Plus/Can-Am's Buckhannon was joined atop the podium by Can-Am X-Team's Kevin Trantham and his teammate Jordan Phillips, who rounded out the 4x4 podium with third place in the class. BNR Motorsports/Loctite/Can-Am rider Rob Smith finished fourth in the class and Factory Polaris/Coldcock Whiskey's Rick Cecco rounded out the top five for the day.
4x4 Pro: (left) Kevin Trantham, Bryan Buckhannon, (right) Jordan Phillips Photo: HillAfter eight rounds of racing, Trantham holds the points lead in the 4x4 Pro Class with three wins behind him, while Buckhannon holds strong in second with two wins and Rob Smith sits back in the third place position.
Saturday afternoon saw round four of the six-race Side-by-Side championship where the state of Ohio once again proved tough as two of the three podium finishers hail from the Buckeye state. With Kyle Chaney behind the wheel, team Can-Am/Chaney Racing battled it out early on with fellow Can-Am driver Tim Farr and his JB Offroad 41 team. Chaney eventually made the move on the JB Offroad 41 team to take over the lead and he didn't look back from there.
Cody Collier claimed yet another GT Thunder Top Amateur Overall Award Photo: HillTeam Crash Addict PARCS Can-Am put in a career-best second place finish with an impressive come-from-behind performance from a fifth row start. Led by Treavis Poynter, the team made up seven positions throughout the one-hour race, finishing less than one second behind the leaders.
Team Can-Am/Chaney Racing holds the XC1 Modified points leadPhoto: HillIt was nearly a photo-finish between teammates Polaris National Guard, led by William Yokley, and Coastal National Guard's Scott Kiger as the duo battled into the final corners of the Sunday Creek Motocross track. While leading, Kiger got hung up in one of the final sections and Yokley cruised past to secure the final podium position for the day.
SxS Podium: (left) Team Crash Addicts, Can-Am Chaney Racing, (right) Polaris National Guard Photo: HillAfter four rounds of racing, Can-Am/Chaney Racing leads the way in the XC1 Modified championship standings, with Coastal National Guard in second. JB Off-Road Can-Am 41 sits in third, with Big Country Powersports/Polaris in fourth and Polaris National Guard rounds out the top five in points.
Florida native Brandon Frazier secured his seventh Youth overall of the season where he claimed yet another 90 Open (12-15) victory. Frazier was joined by Pennsylvania's Tim Sroka in second place and West Virginia's Carter Kerens rounded out the overall podium with third place.
The 2014 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series resumes June 21 and 22 with the AMSOIL Snowshoe GNCC in Snowshoe, West Virginia. For more information on the series, visit www.gnccracing.com.
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Wiseco John Penton GNCC
Round 8 of 13
Saturday, June 7
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Galfer USA is proud to announce that they will be a series sponsor of the 2013
WORCS Racing Season.
Galfer USA has a long history in motorcycle and ATV racing and
began working closely with WORCS during the 2012 season, providing trackside
support for racers. Looking ahead to next year, Galfer jumped on the
opportunity to increase their support for this popular racing series by coming
on as a series sponsor for the 2013 season.
“We at Galfer are very excited about our involvement with the WORCS series,” said JJ Miller, Galfer
Director of Distributor Development and Rider Support. “The WORCS organization
does a great job putting events together from top to bottom. Most of us at
Galfer spend time riding in the dirt, so it’s easy for us to appreciate the
skill and poise the WORCS riders of all ages bring to every race. We look
forward to being trackside and providing product support.”
WORCS Racing offers individual MX and ATV/UTV series at various venues throughout the
southwestern United States. For more information visit www.worcsracing.com.
The 2012 AMA ATV Motocross National Championship
Series kicked off Saturday
at Aonia Pass MX Park in Washington, Ga., providing
some of the best
racing in series history, pitting the fastest ATV Motocross
racers in the
country against one another for two twenty-plus minute motos.
eight-month hiatus from racing due to a season ending injury in 2011,
Wienen Motorsports/SSi/Walsh/Yamaha-backed Chad Wienen began the season in a
winning fashion, going (1-1) for the overall and the early points lead.In
the opening moto of the Pro ATVMX class,
it was Baldwin Motorports/PEP's
Josh Upperman who grabbed the SSi Decals
Holeshot Award and led the early
part of the race. It wasn't long before Wienen
powered his new Yamaha ride
into the lead, though, passing Upperman through the
fan-filled finish line
While the rest of the
was viewing the track on the site lap, Motoworks/Can-Am's newest
Joel Hetrick, was waiting behind the gate while his crew worked to
mechanical issue on the ATV. Earlier in the day, Hetrick grabbed the ATVRiders.com fastest Qualifier Award over a
stacked field of veteran riders, and after finally fixing the ATV in time for
the gate drop, Hetrick proved it wasn't a fluke as he caught and passed
front-runners and pressured Wienen for the lead spot. Hetrick finally
bold attempt to pass Wienen for the lead, but in doing so, the
nineteen-year-old went off the track and was forced to sit the rest of the moto
on the sidelines.
Natalie, came through the pack and spent a
majority of Moto 1 battling with
longtime competitor Josh Upperman for the
second place spot. Natalie finally
got around Upperman in the latter part
of the initial twenty-minutes of racing,
and although the "Ironman" put a
late charge on the leader as the two-lap card
came out, Natalie wasn't
able to catch Wienen in time for the
Moto 2, it was once again the Honda of
Josh Upperman who took the SSi
Decals Holeshot Award, but the defending champ
Natalie inched his way out
front right away, fending off a very driven duo of
Wienen and Uppeman.
Pennsylvania's Derek Swartfager put his Waldo
inside the top five early in the moto, battling with
Thomas Brown on the
TBROWN Yamaha powered by Moto-X-Perts machine. Brown led a
riders who were battling for the top five positions, including
rookie Mark Madl, the 2011 Pro Am Production champion and fifth
qualifier for the day.
and Wienen combated back and fourth in an intense battle for lead. Wienen
chased Natalie for most of the race, slipping past his former teammate in
spots, but the most famous line was through the whoop-section and
final corner before the finish, where Wienen showed his front
tires to the
leader several times. On the final lap, Wienen made the move
on the defending
champ just one turn before the finish line, giving Wienen
the overall win and
the points lead after the first round of
"This is definitely a moment for
now," Wienen said. "To come back like this and just being able to
walk and to
come out here and do what I love, this is the greatest moment.
We're taking it
one race at a time, super excited to start the season off
with a (1-1) sweep.
I've been dreaming about this day (first race back
from injury) and it's
finally coming on. This is going to be a story for
the books this
the day with second overall, while Josh Upperman took the final
position and third place in the championship points
"I didn't get tired out there
at all today,
just a couple issues there on the last lap not being able to
shift but we're
going to go back and fix it to be ready for round two,"
said Natalie. "I really
liked the track today but I like the rough and
tumble bumps, so I'm ready to go
to a rougher track where it really
separates the men from the boys."
really taken my
training program to another level this year and it's
starting to show," said
Upperman. "It's boosted my confidence a lot,
because I know what I can do now
from last year to this year and I'm ready
to make it happen."
Thomas Brown (YAM)
finished with a (4-5) score to take fourth overall, just ahead of rookie
Madl (HON), who took an impressive fifth overall in his first-ever
Nick DeNoble (HON) ended the day with sixth place, ahead of
(HON) and Joel Hetrick went (14-4) to salvage an eighth
place finish for the
Motocross Championship heads to Muddy Creek Raceway in
Blountville, Tenn., for
round two of the ten-race circuit. For more
information, please visit www.atvmotocross.com.
AMA Pro ATV
1. Chad Wienen, Yamaha,
Natalie, Can-Am, (2-2)
Josh Upperman, Honda,
Thomas Brown, Yamaha, (4-5)
Mark Madl, Honda,
Nick DeNoble, Honda, (5-8)
Derek Swartfager, Honda,
Joel Hetrick, Can-Am, (14-4)
Adam Clark, Honda, (10-10)
Motocross Championship Pro Point
Yamaha - 50
John Natalie, Can-Am- 44
Honda - 40
4. Thomas Brown, Yamaha - 34
5. Mark Madl, Honda -
DeNoble, Honda - 29
Derek Swartfager, Honda -
Joel Hetrick, Can-Am - 25
Jeff Rastrelli, Suzuki -
Adam Clark, Honda - 22
RJ Anderson and his Walker Evans, Holz Racing Products built RZR XP started 2012 with a bang winning the Soboba GP UTV race and also broke the record for the longest jump in a factory-powered side-by-side at 151 feet! The Soboba GP is a historic Southern California race event, held on the private Soboba Indian Reservation and known for its glorious dirt, the Soboba GP was famed for its once-a-year MX event. While the MX racing at the GP still draws pro's from around the world of factory MX racing, it is apparent that today the main draw is the side-by-side race. The race has one class, the racers are lined up in a single row based upon the order they registered in and it’s a land rush start once the green flag drops. From there, the race is a 2-hour long moto through the hills and MX-styled infield. The track totals just over six miles long and causes for some serious attrition. This is not a race that you try to win in the first lap. Patience is key, consistency is even more important, and knowing how to keep your vehicle alive is the trick! On this day Anderson followed his game plan to a "T.” While others took on the task of trying to race the first lap like it’s the last, Anderson chose to get the best start he could, settle into a good pace, and start to pick off the slower traffic one by one. Within an hour, Anderson would be the first SxS on course. Thirty-three side-by-sides would thunder into turn 1 and only 14 would make it to the checkered flag. Fortunately for Anderson and the Walker Evans Racing team, Anderson would cross that line first. The SxS Anderson raced was built specifically for the 2012 WORCS racing season and was easily the fastest SxS on the track that day winning the race with a stock RZR XP 900 power plant! The team picked right up where they left off last season, taking home a huge win at the opening race of 2012!
The Soboba GP was a great test and shake down for their new Holz Racing Products built RZR XP that Walker Evans Racing will race in the WORCS racing series for 2012.
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