Round #3 - Honolulu Hills
February 19, 2017
David Haagsma Takes WORCS Pro
SxS Win at Round 3
Maxxis’ Ray Bulloch ran nose to tail with Baron
for most of the race. Though he was able to catch
Baron, he was unable to make that crucial move
for the lead. He credited Baron with running a
Racing's Ray Bulloch secured the 2nd Spot
on the Pro Stock SXS Podium
“Beau earned it,” said Bulloch. “He didn’t make
a single mistake. Beau and I battled to the bloody
end. The track was brutal today. I hit a hole
really hard in the asphalt section and saw stars.
I got off the pace for a minute. After that I
reeled him back in. I showed him a wheel a couple
of times, but my hat is off to Beau. He ran a
GBC Motorsports’ Nic Granlund ran the same Yamaha
he raced in the Pro SXS event. He said he simply
hosed it off and raced it.
Granlund secured the final spot on the
podium to maintain the Pro Stock SXS Points
“I was hanging with them for a couple of laps,
but I had a get off and lost some momentum there,”
said Granlund. “The Yamaha just keeps on pushing.
I raced it yesterday and I raced it today. It’s
been a good year.”
In the Pro Women’s race, Sparks Racing’s Jennifer
Broughton scored her first victory of the season.
Emily Green and Giuliana Flowers completed the
top three. All three were driving Polaris RZRs.
Broughton said tuning and testing after the last
race made the difference for her.
Jennifer Broughton secured the Women's
SxS Class Win at Honolulu Hills WORCS
“The track was super tight and there were only
a few lines,” explained Broughton. “Someone tipped
over in front of me, I got around her and took
off like a scared rabbit. We got some tuning done
on it by Curtis Sparks. They got the car running
super well and it made a huge difference. This
felt good because I’m pretty confident in my driving,
so it’s nice to have a good car behind me.”
The WORCS SXS racers next head to the brutal
and exciting track in Lake Havasu City, AZ. That
race is scheduled for March 17-19.