The Viewfinders GP is one of the oldest continuously running off-road races in America, and it continued this weekend in the high-desert town of Ridgecrest, California. At the end of the weekend, the winner in the pro class was a familiar one. Ox Motorsports’ Zach Bell took the checkered flag first, but it didn’t look like it would go that way until the last few laps. RPM’s Eric Yorba was the fastest man in Saturday’s WCGP, leading the other pros from the first lap. At first it was Blayne Thompson who took a shot at reeling him in. Then it was Bell’s turn to try to catch Yorba. The gap increased and decreased over the next hour, but Yorba’s lead seemed safe. JCR’s Trevor Stewart took a run on Bell in the later laps with Thompson settling into fourth ahead of , Mark Samuels, Travis Damon and Justin Seeds. Everything was mixed up in the fins three laps. Samuels ran out of gas, Thompson broke down and then Yorba broke a fuel tank vent. He lost enough fuel that he, too, ran out. In his case, however, he was stranded too far from the pits and had to push his bike for about 15 minutes. Bell went on to win, padding his points lead with two round left. Stewart was second ahead of Seeds, Damon and Samuels.