Las Vegas NV (1/29/14) Following their entry back into the US market last year, Goldspeed Racing Products is looking
to make a statement in 2014 and they certainly came out swinging at the opening round of WORCS racing in Taft California.
Goldspeed is supporting a handful of racers at both the amateur and professional level and saw great success throughout the weekend as a number of racers put both their tires and wheels on the podium.
After a challenging year of transitioning from a factory program to running his own privateer effort, Can-Am backed racer Dillon
Zimmerman ended 2013 with a second place finish and has carried that momentum over to 2014.
In the Pro ATV race, Zimmerman got a jump out of the gate and lead the pack about midway up the starting stretch, narrowly missing the holeshot. Racers would battle severely wet conditions for the first few laps as WORCS officials saturated the track making for poor visibility and difficult terrain. “I got really bad arm pump for the first few laps,” said Zimmerman. “I was riding behind Collins Webster and Beau managed to get by me but after the first few laps, the arm pump started to wear off and I was able to just ride my own race.”