We’re only 2 rounds into the 2023 WORCS series and people are already talking about Beau Baron clinching another championship, which would bring his total to 11. Baron didn’t get the best start on his new hybrid Honda , but had a measurable gap on second place by the time the checkered flag waved. Don’t take anything away from Travis Damon, though. Damon, who switched from Honda to Yamaha this season, is dialing in the new quad and looks strong with another second place finish. This was a tough track with some gnarly obstacles, but they didn’t slow rookie pro rider Braxton Grosse any. Grosse set a goal to get up front with the leaders and learn something, which he did, while the rest of the pack received a lesson of their own from the young racer.

Check out the fantastic WORCS ATV Dirt Diaries video of round 2 from the gang at MotoEffeX to witness the action for yourself first hand. The series moves to Lake Havasu, Arizona for round 3 March 3-5, where pro and pro-am racers will tackle the infamous Lagoon Jump.

Here are the podium results for all pro classes:


1 – Beau Baron – Honda

2- Travis Damon – Yamaha

3- Braxton Grosse – Honda

ATV Pro-Am

1- Joseph Semas – Yamaha

2- Clinton Crafts – Yamaha

3- Gage Leaver – Yamaha

ATV Women’s Pro

1- Torey Matajcich – Yamaha

2- Layne Fryar – Yamaha

3- Dakota Hibler – Yamaha

SXS Pro Stock

1- Casey Sims – Polaris

2- Sebastian Marquez – Polaris

3- Chris Johnson – Polaris

SXS Pro Production

1- Jeremiah Wagner – Polaris

2- Beau Judge – Can-Am

3- David Haagsma – Can-Am

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