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WORCS Racing

2009 WORCS Round 3, Lake Havasu, AZ

Hurricane. Ut- 4/3/09 -- DATS Racing headed to Lake Havasu Arizona this past weekend, where they would encounter Rnd #3 of the 2009 WORCS Racing series. An unfortunate set back with their second year Pro- Robbie Mitchell, separating and tearing ligaments in his left shoulder would be a frustrating start to the Arizona round.  But, like classic DATS fashion and series support, they would bring on WORCS Racing’s Ryan Piplic to join the squad for the weekend in Havasu.

"We were so bummed for Robbie, who injured his shoulder on Thursday while testing in Utah. It was a fluke crash too, but sometimes the smaller ones are the worst. So, after hearing back that the soonest return may be August, we decided to phone up Piplic to come on board. We just want to keep our sponsors happy and show them that we are behind this program. It worked out well and Ryan did good for the short time he had to adapt.” Darin Snow of DATS Racing.

Jonny Shafe rode a very strong race where he would find a consistent pace to capture 7th O/A, while new addition Piplic would finish just outside the top ten for 11th in the Sunday feature.

“Havasu is tuff, I’ve done this race for the past two years and I can tell you I was definitely happy to be watching and wrenching for Johnny today. I’m bummed for Robbie, but he will be back strong and I want like to thank Piplic for stepping up and representing us well today.” Dax Snow- Shafe’s Mechanic and co-team owner of DATS Racing.

DATS Youth Am Squad posted three first place wins along with two seconds plate trophies as well, as the continue to dominate the mini ranks at WORCS.


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