It was a solid weekend for Method Race Wheels and Tensor Tire at the World Off Road Racing Championship Series.
Buffalo Bills Casino & Resort hosted the action for the second round of the 2015 WORCS racing season, which saw a record number of 105 total SxS / UTV entries on the weekend with over 14,000 people through the gate to attend. Track conditions were good and included plenty of desert style terrain along with a motocross section and the fan favorite, road crossing jump.
David Haagsma grabbed the holeshot off the line and went on to take his first WORCS Racing SxS Pro class win with a nice lead over the pack. He fended off several pass attempts from his teammate Beau Baron to prove he’s a top contender. David is now currently sitting first in points.
Matt Hancock was almost dead last off the start but worked his way up for a sixth place finish, while Tim Wyatt finished in seventh. Ryan Piplic was running in second but unfortunately had some bad luck and was forced to sit this one out.
In the SxS 1000 class, Mike Gardner kept his round one momentum going by scoring yet another stunning victory.
Brothers Noah and Chase Warren represented Method in the SxS Stock 1000 class. They both battled hard, with Noah finishing with a solid fourth place and Chase coming out on top with the victory.
In the SxS Powderpuff class, Danielle Weatherly took the win, saying, “The track was a little bit rough but it was a lot of fun out there. We are going to run the whole series so we are hoping for more wins.”
Round three of the 2015 Rocky Mountain MC World Off-Road Championship Series presented by Maxxis and Dirtwheels will head to Canyon MX in Peoria, AZ on February 27-March 1, where the competition will be heating up as David Haagsma will be defending his points lead in the Pro SxS class.
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