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Julie Russell Crowned Champ, Garrin Fuller Wins Pro-Am

oll Design/Elka Riders Big Weekend at Racetown 395

Fallbrook CA 10/28/2011 – Make that THREE WORCS CHAMPIONSHIPS for Women's A rider, Julie Russell, who once again took a first place finish at Racetown 395. With one race still left in the series, Russell already has enough points to clinch the overall. On average, Russell turned a full minute faster lap time than anyone else in the Women's A class, and this is the second year in a row that Russell has claimed a WORCS championship. Russell is going out on top as she plans to retire from ATV racing after the final 2011 round at Speedworld MX in Arizona.

Beau Baron had to settle for a second place finish at Racetown after one of the fiercest Pro class battles WORCS fans have witnessed to date. Baron turned in the fastest lap time of the day at just over 9 minutes and 21 seconds. He lead early on in the race, then made use of an early fuel pit strategy. Can-Am racers, Josh Frederick and Jeremie Warnia, made the pass in the pits, with Baron hot on their tail. Baron caught Warnia while he was fueling, and then outmaneuvered Frederick on the logs in a very difficult Endurocross section of the racecourse. In the last laps, Baron got a little out of shape in the whoops, and was forced to concede the lead, and ultimately the win.

Pro Racer David Haagsma was got off to a great start and was running in the top five for all of his laps, but a rear brake mechanical failure sidelined his MCR Honda, forcing him to take a DNF.

The Pro-Am class packed a podium full of  Roll/Elka Riders. Garrin Fuller is running in top form once again, claiming the class win. Chase Thomas and Keith Johnson also claimed familiar spots at the checkered flag, finishing second and third respectively.

Roll Design manufacturers high-end suspension and handling components for ATV’s. Doug Roll started the company in 1988 with the idea to build the best ATV off-road racing suspensions on the market.  After 22 years, Roll Design control arms and steering shafts have won more off-road races, in the toughest conditions such as the Baja and Dakar than any other ATV suspension manufacturer in existence.  Roll Design products are 100% made in the USA in Fallbrook, CA with the highest quality standards and components available in the industry.  Roll Design is also a USA Factory Authorized Service Center for Elka Suspension.

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