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Holz Racing

HOLZ RACING ATV RIDERS SHARE THE PODIUM
Chad Weinen and John Natalie Dominate AMA ATV Motocross, Jeremie
Warnia, Josh Frederick and Collins Webster Place at WORCS

Chad Wienen
Chad Wienen

Lynden, WA (February 28, 2011) Holz Racing teammates Chad Wienen and John Natalie topped the field in the first round of the AMA ATV Motocross Nationals in Washington, GA on Saturday, February 26. Wienen placed first in both moto 1 and moto 2 to take first place overall. Natalie was second overall, having placed second in moto1 and moto 2. Chad and John raced on Holz-sponsored Team Motoworks Can-Am ATVs.

Accross the continent, Jeremie Warnia, Josh Frederick and Collins Webster all placed on Holz-equipped Can-Am ATVs at Round 2 of the World Off-Road Racing Championship series in Primm, NV.

Finishing in second place in Pro ATV Class over the weekend, Warnia has made an aggressive start this season. He won the WORCS Round 1 last month in Taft, then flew to France to take first at the legendary Le Touquet Quadro Beach Race.

Starting dead last, WORCS Pro ATV defending Champion Josh Frederick worked his way through traffic and finished third. Josh clocked the second-best qualifying time, bettered only by Jeremie Warnia.  “I’m really proud of our riders,” said team sponsor, Mark Holz. “Jeremie and Josh are really on the gas so far this year.”

Holz Racing took another podium position Saturday when Collins Webster raced his Holz-equipped Can-Am DS 450 to second place in WORCS Pro-Am ATV Class.

In Side by Side Class 1, Holz Racing Team leader Mark Holz was caught in a pile up before the first turn. With the steering disabled on his Holz Racing-built Motoworks Can-Am Commander, he was unable to finish the race. “It’s disappointing,” Mark said Saturday. “After winning Round 1 in January, we were pumped about taking first here. We’ll fix the car and look forward to a win next month.” Holz Racing will compete next at the World Off-Road Championship Series at Lake Havasu City March 18-20.

About Holz Racing
For 12 years, Holz Racing Products has been building the highest quality, best performing suspensions and chassis components available to the snowmobiling world. Proven by numerous titles, at the toughest proving ground in the hillclimbing world, Jackson Hole. That’s it. No compromises, no excuses. We’re driven by a passion to make things stronger, lighter, smarter — in turn making you faster. Our development cycle is as straight forward as we are. Designed on a computer, built by hand and tested on the track and in the woods. Only after we’re certain we’ve built the best we can, then we put it in production and put it in stock. And now for the past five seasons, we’ve taken that same process and applied it to our line of ATV & UTV Products. We build complete packages. Shocks from FOX and Walker Evans along with valving matched to perform at the highest level. Long Travel A-Arms, Extended Swingarms, Long Travel Linkages, Steering Stems, and parts that make the ride better. We strive to keep all our parts in stock and ship things as quick as possible to keep you riding, not waiting for the delivery man. Holz Racing Products... Engineered to Win.


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