and tuning adjustments as needed to
prepare the next race.
Round two in Primm, Nevada, on the
California/Nevada state line seemed
to be a repeat of round one, with Beau
Baron in first, David Haagsma in second and Robbie Mitchell in third. The
Pro UTV class was a different story,
with David Haagsma in first, Mitch
Guthrie Jr. in second and Beau Baron
rounding out the top three.
Round three at Canyon MX in
Peoria, Arizona, again showed who
the top three Pro ATV riders are,
with Beau Baron getting the check-
ered first, with Haagsma in second
and Robbie Mitchell in third. Mitch
Guthrie Jr. pulled off first place, with
David Haagsma in second and Ryan
Piplic coming in third for the Pro UTV.
Round four taking place in Lake
Havasu City, Arizona, proved to be a
shake-up in the series. The weekend
started out with Beau Baron snapping
an axle on his ATV during practice,
temporarily damaging some muscles
in his shoulder and almost sitting him
out for the weekend. However, Beau
rode the Pro race with one arm to a
finish and still in the points. David
Haagsma claimed top honors in first,
with Robbie Mitchell in second and
Garrin Fuller in third place. The UTV
class wasn’t an easy feat to get out
front, with the course being narrower
in sections and running along the
shores of the lake. Drivers had to be
careful not to run into the water too
far and risk getting stuck or drowning.
At the finish it was Mitch Guthrie Jr. in
first, followed by Ryan Piplic in sec-
Mitch Guthrie Jr. leads the pack at Sand Hollow off the start and finished third in
the Pro UTV class. This is a great wide course and allows for lots of passing.
With the addition of the Ace from Polaris, WORCS decided
to make a class for them to race in. You can find stock and
modified machines competing for the top spot on the podium
at every round.
David Haagsma leads Beau Baron and Collin Webster at
Sand Hollow. Davi took his second win of the year here.