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Stiff Competition and Rock Strewn Course Challenges Holz in Havasu
Warina and Frederick Finish One-Two; Zimmerman Continues Win Streak in
Pro-Am ATV; Holz Recovers from Unexpected Pit-Stop to Capture Fifth

Jeremie Warina grabbed the early lead in Pro ATV and didn’t look back aboard his Holz outfitted Motoworks Can-Am - photo Mike Farmer/Fast Photo Lab
Jeremie Warina grabbed the early lead in Pro ATV and didn’t look back aboard his Holz outfitted Motoworks Can-Am - photo Mike Farmer/Fast Photo Lab

Lynden, WA (April 6, 2009) - Round three of the World Off-Road Championship Series (WORCS) once again saw Holz racers at the front of the pack despite increased competition and a rock-laden course, which took its toll on competitors throughout the weekend.

In Pro ATV it was Jeremie Warina on his Holz equipped Motoworks Can-Am who quickly took over the lead position by the second lap and checked out. Fellow Holz equipped Motoworks rider and defending champ Josh Frederick worked his way up from 15th to a 2nd place finish only 4.5-seconds behind the leader.

Further back, Mike Machado gave Holz another quad in the top-ten with a sixth place finish putting 3 Holz riders in the top ten for the Pro ATV class.

In the Pro-Am ATV class, the domination of Dillon Zimmerman and his Holz Racing Products equipped Motoworks Can-Am continued as he took the win with an incredible 2-minute, 30-second margin of victory at the checkered.

In the UTV side-x-side national class (UTV1), Mark Holz in his Holz prepped Kroyer Racing Polaris RZR tailed the leader until an errant rock spelled a broken wheel and torn brake line, forcing an unscheduled pit stop resulting in a 5-minute delay before Holz was able to return to action. However, Holz was able to work his way back through the pack for a respectable 5th place finish only 3.5-minutes behind the leader.

Despite the set-back, Holz still leads the year-end point chase in the UTV 1 class with a slim 4-point edge over Steve Irvine. Josh Frederick holds a comfortable 19-point margin over Warina in Pro ATV; while Zimmerman with his season to date sweep touts a 15-point lead in the Pro-Am ATV standings.

Holz Racing Products located in Lynden, Washington, is regarded as the best suspension and chassis performance shop for Polaris RZR UTVs in North America. Holz also designs and manufacturers performance components for most sport ATVs as well as Polaris and Ski-doo snowmobiles.

The World Off-Road Championship Series is one of the premiere off-road racing series in North America. Last year more than 11,000 racers competed in WORCS at some of the most grueling and challenging tracks and courses anywhere.

The next race for Holz Racing and WORCS series is May 1-3 in Milford, California.

About Holz Racing Products:
For the past 10 years, Holz Racing Products has engineered and extreme tested the finest quality, most effective performance parts available for UTV, ATV and snowmobile applications.

Manufactured in the USA and race tested around the world, HRP leads the field in Polaris RZR accessories and performance products. For more information visit their website at or call 360-398-7006

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