This last weekend our offroad guys found themselves racing in Primm, Nevada for Round 5 of the NGPC Series hosted by the Shamrocks. The weather was dry and windy and the track refused to hold any water which made for interesting track conditions on the day.
After the grueling hour and a half race on Sunday in the Pro II class our very own Colton Aeck found himself on the podium. After a pre-season crash took him out of the first few rounds while healing it is safe to say that he is finding his rhythm again. A good start put him in position to charge for the lead and hang on to it for the first 3 laps. Aeck says "I just got stiff, I haven't been up there in a while and I just think I let my body get tight which cost me the lead, I am not satisfied with my performance this weekend but it is a massive improvement from the last race. I still have more to give and I can't wait for the next race for WORCS at the Orleans stadium in Vegas."
Justin Seeds who is making a charge at a Pro II title and also racing the Vet Pro division has been putting on a good show all season showing he still has what it takes. This weekend he suffered a pretty rough get off during the Vet Pro race on Saturday which left him sore for the next day. With all that in mind he still managed to work through the pack and earn a 4th place finish in the Pro II race.
Thomas Dunn who races on the Purvines Yamaha team fought the entire race on Sunday to earn his way to a 7th place finish. The 4th to 8th place riders were packed in the entire race and constantly changing positions.
Cole Zeller and Brandon Gravely who race in the Pro 450 class finished 10th and 11th respectively in a stacked field.
Congratulations to our riders and we can't wait to see your results from Vegas WORCS!