World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS) UTV racers return to action in mid-September and last raced at Mesquite, Nevada, on May 22nd-24th. Pro winners were Corbin Leaverton in the Turbo Pros, over Davi Haagsma and Shawn Sexton for an all-Polaris podium, and Beau Baron ahead of Matt Hancock and Tyson Leaver for an all-Polaris RS1 podium in Pro Stock 1000s. With the $110,000 Texas UTV Race Series ending recently, expect 2019 Turbo champ Cody Miller and co-champion Hunter Miller to rejoin WORCS – the two actually tied in season points but Cody had more wins.

Chris Johnson leads Davi Haagsma in Pro Stock 1000 series points by three and Matt Hancock by five. All are in RZR RS1s.

Besides the Pro Stock 1000s and Pro Production Turbos, there are 13 other championship classes with five adult classes – Production 1000, Stock 1000, Production 900, Production Turbo 1000, and Women’s. Youth UTV classes include 1000 Stock, 800 Production, 650 Production, 600 Stock, 250 Production, 250 Stock 9-12, 250 Stock 6-8, and 250 Limited Stock. See www.worcsracing.com for registration, downloading the WORCS mobile app, and signing up for live text race alerts.

In Pro Production Turbos, Corbin Leaverton (not shown) leads Davi Haasgma by 10 points with three rounds to go.

WORCS memberships start at $40 per year, or get a Day Pass Membership for $10. Transponder rental is $10 plus a one-time $5 mount-clip fee, and non-Pro race entry fees are $50 per class. WORCS provides racing numbers. Basic members save $5 per class when pre-entering, which also includes sign-up gifts and vendor purchase discounts, plus early race package pick-up. A season Platinum membership ($180) includes a round T-shirt, 10-percent discount on eight practice sessions and $10 towards transponder rental or any race fee, plus all basic membership bonuses.

In the Women’s class, Kaitlyn Heidler leads three-round winner Cadence Owen by 5 points; Heidler has five podiums, with wins at the last two rounds.

WORCS UTV Pro payouts are $1,000 per win, $70 for second and $500 for third. WORCS 2020 contingencies are provided by series sponsor Rock Mountain ATV/MC, Polaris, Kawasaki, Honda, Rugged Radios, Hoosier Tire West, Motool, PCI Race Radios, Black Rhino, Enterprise, DWT, GBC, PRP Seats, MRT, and Raceline Wheels.

Honda is offering Red Rider contingencies in WORCS for Talon 1000R/X racers who win a Stock 1000 or Pro Stock round. Kawasaki Team Green is offering KRX1000 racers $3,000 for wins in Pro Stock and Production 1000.

Honda offers $1,000 for a Pro Stock round win in a Talon 1000R or 1000X and $10,000 for a Pro Stock series championship, plus $750 for a 1000 Stock win, $500 for second and $250 for third. Kawasaki Team Green offers Teryx KRX1000 racers $3,000 for first, $1,500 for second and $750 for third in Pro Stock 1000 and Production 1000 classes. Rugged offers a $100 store credit for wins in classes with more than five entries, while PCI offers contingency in all classes at all rounds. Raceline offers $1,00 per win, $500 for second and $250 for third.

Go to the WORCS website for UTV class rules.

WORCS has two Youth classes for RZR 570s and four Youth 250 classes.


1. Primm, NV…PS D. Haagsma/Pol, PT C. Leaverton/Pol

2. Taft, CA…PS D. Haagsma/Pol, PT C. Leaverton/Pol

3-4. Havasu, AZ..PS C. Johnson/Pol, PT H. Miller/C-A

5. Mesquite, NV…PS B. Baron/Pol, PT C. Leaverton/Pol

6. Wickenburg, AZ…Cancelled

6. Sept. 11-13…Devore, CA

7. Oct. 16-18…Blythe, CA

8-9. Nov. 20-22…Primm, NV



WORCS Racing

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Lake Havasu City, AZ 86406

(435) 635-1597


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