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Lynden, Washington (November 6, 2011) – Having raced a very consistent season in his Holz-built RZR 4 “Baja Bobsled”, Matt Parks entered the Transwest Ford Henderson 250 positioned second in series points, only 3 point out of the lead. Parks and his team finished second at Henderson, ahead of the points leader, thus winning the UTV Pro Class Championship in the 2011 BITD series. Matt offered his brief recap of the race:

“We came into the last race of the Best in the Desert racing series, the Henderson 250, three points out of first place and the championship was on the line.  My Holz-built RZR 4 has proven to not only be fast but also reliable this season, and in the previous five races we have won three times, got one second and one third.  Race day started off with freezing temperatures and high winds and I knew that we had to finish ahead of the team leading the series to have a chance at the title.  We got a fairly poor start but worked ourselves into the lead by the end of the first lap.  I was struggling with helmet fogging issues and with our ride height being too low for the rocky course.  Since we were ahead of the team leading the series, we decided to do a lengthy pit stop in order to raise the ride height, completely check over the car and let me work on my fogging issue.  This allowed another UTV to get by, but since we didn’t need to finish ahead of them to win the championship, we just cruised during the last lap to insure we brought it home in one piece.  My Holz-built RZR 4 worked great all season and the combination of light weight, durability and Kroyer-built engine proved that my little 800cc motor can compete with the larger displacement UTVs.”

Everyone at Holz Racing congratulations Matt Parks and his team!

Separately, Scott Kiger piloted his new Holz-built Coastal Racing RZR XP at Henderson for the first time. Mark Holz road co-pilot and the two racers were very pleased with the car’s performance and reliability. We look forward to a competitive 2012 season from the Holz/Coastal Racing Team!

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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