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Can-Am's Dillon Zimmerman 3rd at WORCs Opener in ATV Pro class

 
(1/21/2014)

     Can-Am's DS 450 mounted Dillon Zimmerman, earned third place in the ATV Pro class, at the opening round of the 2014 Rocky Mountain ATV MC World Off-Road Championship Series held in Taft, California. 

     “Dillon put forth a great effort in very challenging conditions, battling for a top three finish aboard his Can-Am DS 450 ATV said Jeff Leclerc, Racing Project Leader, Can-Am. “He now has back-to-back podium finishes, dating back to last year's final round, proving his speed, confidence and machine setup are all dialed in," said Leclerc.   


    Honolulu Hills in Taft, Calif., hosted round one. The racing conditions were challenging due to course setup, obstacles and the extreme drought in California. To battle the thick dust, race promoters watered the course as much as possible, which also created some muddy sections as well. ATV and side-by-side racers were also greeted with a huge motocross section, with big jumps and a tricky, infield endurocross course. Some fun? You bet. 


 


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