Anaheim, Calif. – April 2, 2015 – GBC Motorsports was well represented on the podium in the desert this past weekend at WORCS Round 4 in Lake Havasu City.
GBC racers continued to prove their toughness in the SXS classes as RJ Anderson piloted his Dirt Commander tires to a 3rd place in the SXS Pro class and a 3rd overall, gaining 20 points on the series. After accidentally engaging the 2wd somewhere in the first lap, he went on to complete a few laps without the advantage of all 4 wheels powering him through the course. This yielded slower lap times but RJ made up for it with his impressive driving skills, clinching a spot on the podium. Anderson was followed across the line by fellow GBC racer Mickey Thomas, who claimed a hard fought 4th place finish. Teammate Tim Wyatt managed to grab the 6th spot in the class and 11th overall. GBC racer Cody Bradbury was charged through the pack to vie for the win on adjusted time but broke a belt just before the final lap. The delay pushed him back to 8th place by the end of the race. All four GBC racers in the top 10 were running the new 29” Dirt Commanders, available now through GBC Motorsports dealers.
SXS Pro Stock
Ronnie Anderson had a very impressive come-from-behind podium in the SXS Pro stock class. Getting shoved off the track right from the start, he fell back to 7th place only to battle it out the entire race to come back and finish on the porium. Ronnie in his Dirt Commander equipped RZR pulled off a 3rd place class finish and 7th place overall, netting him 20 points on the series.
Mike Gardner put in work in the #108 SXS 1000 class out at Lake Havasu. After breaking two axles on the first lap, Gardner piloted his Dirt Commander equipped Polaris RZR to a 4th in his class, he claimed 22nd overall totaling 18 points on the day. Randy Anderson, kept the family mojo going with a 2nd place finish in the class after leading for much of the race.
Shelby Anderson cleaned up in the SXS 900 class, carrying on the family tradition of top WORCS finishes. Finishing 1st in her class, she was able to pilot the #520 RZR to an impressive 6th overall earning herself 25 points.
SXS 600 SS
We saw Ronnie Anderson put the Polaris Ace to work in the SXS 600 SS class only to fall victim to some mechanical errors during the race. Leading almost the entire race, Ronnie came down a little too hard on one of the jumps breaking a shock mount which in turn cut the wiring harness. After all of this he still managed to pull a 3rd place in his class, finishing 25th overall and earning 20 points on the series.
SXS Powder Puff
Danielle Weatherly extended her SXS Powder Puff win streak to three in a row at WORCS Crazy Horse. Despite missing the season opener, Weatherly’s strong performances have her atop the class standings.
Over on the ATV side of things Brian Sirevaag was able to take the GBC backed #108 machine to a 6th place finish in the Prod A class. This netted him a 12th overall and 15 points earned on the series.