Ashtabula, OH - Eleven-time Pro ATV Champion, Tim Farr, dominated the competition at the fourth round of the Extreme Dirt Track Series in Ashtabula, OH over the weekend. The Pine Lake facility is known for the longest running ATV race in the country. Pine Lake is also Farr’s hometown track as Farr grew up only ten minutes from the facility. Farr fans show up by the truckloads each year to cheer on their local hero.
Farr’s weekend started out well as he took home his heat race win on Saturday after grabbing the holeshot and maintaining the lead through the checkered flag in the Pro-Am Unlimited class.
In Sunday’s main event, Farr and his KTM 450XC Sport ATV rocketed off the line when the light turned green. Farr pulled just shy of a four bike length lead half-way down the straightaway. The orange streak continued to blaze around the track and Farr built upon his lead each lap. Farr stayed strong throughout the race claiming the win. Finishing second was Darin Ogden who made a last minute pass on Brandon Hill who would end up third.
Now with two wins under his belt Farr sits in the points lead for the Championship. Brandon Hill has moved into second place and Zack Stanley is third in overall points going into round five. Round 5 of the EDT Series will be held at Ozark Mountain ATV Raceway in Ava, MO on August 4, 2007.
ATVA Extreme Dirt Track Series Round 4 Pro-Am Unlimited Results:
Tim Farr – KTM
Darin Ogden – Honda
Brandon Hill - Honda
Aaron Resig – Honda
Joshua Carter - Honda