Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Bobby Garrison stepped up with a great performance at round six of the WORCS Series to take his second overall win of the season at Race Town in Adelanto. It wasn’t an easy weekend for Garrison who had to battle from a poor start in the first race to move up to third by the end of the event. Then in the second race, Garrison started well but found himself in a duel with teammate Taylor Robert. Robert was riding flawlessly for most of the race, but a leaky head gasket overheated his engine and sometime after the one hour mark Robert’s motor gave out and he pushed the 450 back to the pits. Garrison found himself alone out front and easily took the second race win to clinch the overall victory.
“I didn’t want to win it by seeing Taylor break,” said Garrison. “We had a good race going and I wanted to beat him straight up. This is my kind of track and I’m glad to put a Kawasaki on the top of the podium.”
“I finally quit chasing my tail,” said Bell. “I changed my diet and got serious about training and it paid off this weekend. It’s been a long time since I’ve stood on a WORCS podium and it feels great to be up here.”
Third place went to Justin Soule who relentlessly moved up in both races to garner another podium and move into third in the point’s case.
Fifth place went to JCR/Honda’s Timmy Weigand who returned to WORCS racing and earned some of the privateer cash for himself. Sixth fell to Ryan Abbatoye, who also earned some top privateer money, with Corey Floyd seventh, Gary Sutherlin eighth, Josh Strang ninth and Robbie Goolsby rounding out the top ten.