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WORCS Round 3 in Las Vegas, NV would see Polaris Factory Racer RJ Anderson capture his first win of the season in the SxS Pro class with his No. 37 RZR XP 1000 EPS. RZRs would capture the top thirteen spots in the race with Polaris Factory Racer Beau Baron taking third. Anderson would do triple duty at the race also racing his RZR XP Turbo EPS to a fourth place in the SxS Pro Unlimited Class, and a first place in the SxS 900 SS class racing his brother Ronnie’s Polaris ACE 900 SP. The SxS Pro Unlimited class would see RZR XP Turbos take the top seven spots with Polaris Factory Racer Ryan Piplic finishing second, Baron third and Anderson fourth.
Also last weekend, Jeremy Merrell finished third in the Unlimited UTV Class in his RZR XP Turbo at the Lucas Oil Off-Road Regionals-Southern California series.
After a third-place finish in the SxS Pro Unlimited class in Round 1, Polaris Factory Racer Ryan Piplic would take the SxS Pro Unlimited class win in his RZR XP Turbo EPS. The win would put him on top of the SxS Pro Unlimited class standings. Piplic also finished fourth in the SxS Pro class in his RZR XP 1000.
The Single Seat 600 class would see Mia DiGiovanni line up for her first race in Ronnie Anderson’s Walker Evans Polaris ACE 570 SP. DiGiovanni would be the only one in the class but would do a great job piloting the ACE to a first-place finish. Polaris Factory Racer Ronnie Anderson would make his inaugural run in a new ACE 900 SP in the SxS 900 Production class as there is no single seat class for the 900cc ACE vehicle. Anderson was running in the top five when he had a mechanical issue that finished his day.
Honolulu Hills Park, in Taft, Calif., would kick off the WORCS Racing Season for 2016. Polaris Factory Racer Beau Baron would do double duty racing and winning both the SxS Pro class in his RZR XP 1000 and the SxS Pro Unlimited class in his RZR XP Turbo. RZRs would sweep the podiums in both classes with Polaris Factory Racer Ryan Piplic taking third in the SxS Pro Unlimited class.
Honolulu Hills also would be the start of single-seat racing in WORCS. For the first round, the class was limited to 600ccs. Polaris Factory Racer Ronnie Anderson would line up his Polaris ACE 570 SP that he raced last year and win the class.