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Yorkley Racing

The General GNCC Race Report
Washington, Georgia, March 6, 2010

National Guard Polaris Yokley Racing Team Rider Jarrod McClure finished 10th Overall and 9th in the XC1 Pro ATV Class today in Round 2 of the 2010 GNCC Series.  There were 223 total entries with 15 XC1 Pro Riders.  National Guard Dragonfire Polaris Yokley Racing Team Driver William Yokley, with passenger Jarrod McClure, finished 4th Overall and 4th in the Open Modified Class in the UTV race today.  There were 44 total entries and 22 Open Modified teams.


There is always a sense of urgency getting ready for the second round of the GNCCs with only six days in between the races.  Traveling home to PA to completely go through the ATV, which is necessary due to a sand race, and then driving back to GA makes for a tiring few days for Jarrod.  No time to train or practice, just driving, sleeping and working on the bike.

Race day was perfect in GA, sunny and temps in the 60’s.  Jarrod’s machine did not immediately start at the drop of the flag.  A delay as little as a second or so puts you behind, and in Jarrod’s case, dead last going into the woods.  He worked his way to 9th at the finish, right on the bumper of 8th place.  The bike performed very well, and even though the hard, choppy red clay was totally different than the sand in FL, it handled well.  The bike will be dialed in more this week to better handle the terrain coming up in North Carolina for the next ATV race in two weeks.

National Guard Dragonfire Polaris rider William Yokley had a decent first race of the UTV season with a 4th place.  National Guard Polaris Yokley Racing  ATV racer Jarrod McClure was the guest passenger in the RZR today.  The new National Guard Dragonfire Polaris RZR performed great for the first time on a track this season.  William is already planning on making some minor adjustments so he can be up front at the next UTV race in South Carolina in four weeks.  William got caught up in a big bottleneck on the first lap, and spent the rest of the race catching up, overtaking several machines each lap.  The competition is tough and passing is difficult, but William is excited and can’t wait for the next race.  The Dragonfire parts and accessories make this RZR a great race machine!  Yokley Racing thanks all its sponsors for their support and efforts!

Yokley Racing Team Sponsors

The Army National Guard, Polaris Industries, Kenda Tires, Dragonfire Racing, Monavie, EXIT Suspension, XC, Roll Design, Motoworks Exhaust Systems, IMS/Roll, PURE Polaris Lubricants & Fuels, Intense Fabrication & Design, Douglas Wheel Technology, Moto Pro Training, Tire Balls, Andrews Cycle, Tsubaki Chains, IMS, Shift Apparel, CV4 Hoses, Hygh Octane Design,   G-4 Graphics, Scott Goggles,, Powermadd, Precision Racing Products, and Bowers Motorsports.

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