Las Vegas NV (5/15/2013) It was a bittersweet weekend for the GPS Offroad Products crew at round five of the WORCS series held in Taft California. After seemingly breaking the curse that plagued him the first three rounds, Dillon Zimmerman was eager to prove that his podium finish in Utah wasn’t a fluke and that he has the speed as
QuadX hit the Ranch last weekend and the Pro battles intensified. Points leader Davi Haagsma went 1-1 to extend his points lead while Beau Baron followed it up with a 2-2 to further cement in H&M Racing’s domination this year. Dustin Nelson had a little bad luck with a first turn tangle on moto one which he finished in 6th place, but came back to 3rd for moto 2 putting him on the final podium spot for the day, followed by Tanner Gemperle and Josh Row just shy of the box.
In the ProAm class, Grant Mitchell and Ryan Nevin each took a moto win and second, but it would be Mitchell with the top spot because of his second moto win. The final podium spot for ProAm went to Levi Shirley with a 4-3.
The Pro points lead goes to Haagsma (72), followed by Nelson (-7), and Baron (-8). The ProAm points lead is currently held by Nevin (67), with Mitchell and Shirley trailing closely with -2 and -5 points, respectively, behind Nevin.