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WORLD OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES UTVS

WORLD OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES UTVS

World Off-Road Championship Series racers returned to Glen Helen Raceway after a summer break, and there were 186 UTV entires for round six of the WORCS season. Ronnie Anderson was on fire in Pro Stocks; he holeshot the second-wave start and had a clear track to run down the first wave, while Beau Baron tried to get around Davi Haagsma. Baron got the checkers first, but Anderson won on adjusted time. Ronnie Anderson won by 41 seconds over Baron, with Dylan Lemberg another 9 seconds back for an all-RS1 podium. In fact,…

BARON AND LEAVERTON TOP MESQUITE WORCS PROS

Corbin Leaverton topped the UTV Pro Production Turbo class at Mesquite’s fifth round of the World Off-Roads Championship Series. Leaverton won by 37 seconds in his Polaris XP Pro ahead of Davi Haagsma and Shawn Saxton for an all-Polaris podium. Saxton turned the fastest UTV lap on the seventh and final lap with a time of 7:13.677. Mesquite was Leaverton’s third win in WORCS Turbos for 2020, but he was scored 13th with a DNF at Havasu and has a 10-point lead over Haagsma. The Mesquite MX Park was gnarly, and the…

WORLD OFF-ROAD CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES UTVS

The World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS), held its third and fourth UTV rounds at the Crazy Horse Campground in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Hunter Miller (C-A) was the big winner in Pro Production Turbo UTVs, turning in the fastest lap time (a 4:41.625) and crossing the finish line 55 seconds ahead of John Bonanno (Pol). Davi Haagsma was third in his Polaris Pro. Defending Turbo champion Cody Miller turned the second-fastest lap and ran second half of the race before having to pit. In Pro Stock 1000s, Chris…

LEAVERTON AND HAAGSMA WIN WORCS UTV PROS

Honolulu Hills hosted the second round of the World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS) UTV Pros at Taft, California, and Davi Haagsma and Corbin Leaverton showed that the first-round results were no flukes with wins in  Pro Stock 1000s and Pro Production Turbos, respectively. Haagsma led the entire Production 1000 race, and he turned the fastest lap of the race on lap four of five. Davi won by less than three seconds over Ronnie Anderson, with Chris Johnson third for an all-Polaris podium. In fact, Polaris took nine…