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Gen Helen

Yamaha Quad-X Racing Series Kicks Off With A Bang at Glen Helen Raceway!

  • Yamaha's Dustin Nelson wins both motos in the opening round of the Quad X Pro Class.
  • Racers from across the Southwest turn out despite heavy rains.

San Bernardino, Calif. - March 29, 2011 - The Yamaha Quad X Racing Series promised to bring some of the best ATV racing to Southern California, and the opening round of the 2011 season at Glen Helen Raceway proved just that.

Glen Helen Raceway's USGP track was drenched after heavy rains throughout the weekend, but it didn't affect the racing. Riders of all different skill levels, from beginners to some of the world's fastest off-road racers, turned out in force to compete for victory at the opening round.

Yamaha's Dustin Nelson was the big winner of the weekend, demonstrating why he is a four-time Quad X Champion by winning both motos in the Yamaha Quad X Pro Class. Honda-mounted Beau Baron took the second spot on the Pro podium, while Ethan Thatcher finished third.

A complete list of round one’s results can be found online at http://www.tracksideonlineresults.com/trackside/glenhelen/ For more information on the 2011 Yamaha Quad-X Racing Series, please visit www.quadxseries.com or www.glenhelen.com. Be sure to follow Glen Helen Raceway on Facebook at www.facebook.com/glenhelenraceway.

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