ATV PRO CHALLENGE
David’s ATV was the cleanest of the
bunch, and he gained a multiple second
lead over Brown later in the second
DW: Congrats on the big win. What
changed between this year and last
year at the ATV Pro Challenge?
David: The biggest change is
that I’ve been riding a lot more this
year than I did last year. Kory Ellis
has been working with me also,
which is a big help. He knows a lot
when it comes to going fast on an
DW: You raced a few nationals in
2014; do you plan on doing more in
David: Yes, I plan on doing more
nationals next year. I’ll still be more
focused on the West Coast series, but
I want to try to race as many nationals as I can. I really enjoy racing
those guys back there.
DW: Is your West Coast WORCS/
and Quad X program/racing season
going to stay the same?
David: Next year I’ll be racing
both WORCS and Quad X. I took a
year off of racing Quad X, so it will
be nice to get back out and go for
the championship again. I’ll also be
stepping up to the Pro SxS class in
DW: Will there be any changes to
sponsors for the coming season?
David: I’m happy to say, all my
sponsors are staying the same. All
the stuff we run is top-notch, and
the people behind me are great. My
sponsors have been so supportive,
and I can’t do it without them. ❏
David Haagsma won first, with Thomas Brown in second, and filling the last spot on
the podium was Johnny Hale.