El Cajon, CA (11/9/2016)
- Duncan Racing’s Garrin and Kyle Fuller dealt
with rough conditions as the WORCS Off Road
Series finished up its 2016 season in Primm,
NV. Kyle Fuller claimed his first WORCS Pro
Am Podium finish with a third place finish,
while Garrin Fuller was sixth in Pro ATV.
Duncan Racing's Kyle Fuller scored his
first WORCS Pro-Am Podium finish at
the season finale
Kyle Fuller, who sustained wrist and throat
injuries in a crash earlier this season at
Sand Hollow, earned his first podium of the
season in Pro Am. He ran special Donald Trump
graphics during the race. He also finished
second in the Production A Class ATV race.
“This is my first time on the Pro Am podium
this year and it feels pretty good,” said
Fuller. “On the fourth lap I really started
getting my rhythm and just started charging.
This was my first time running the Donald
Trump graphics and I get my first podiums.
It made WORCS great again. It feels really
good to finish the season on a high note.”
ELKA's Kyle Fuller finished 2nd
in the Production A Class
Kyle Fuller returned to competition here
after being sidelined with wrist and throat
injuries sustained in a crash earlier this
year at Sand Hollow, but despite the setback,
he still finished fourth in both the Pro-Am
and Production A class championships.
Garrin Fuller finished sixth in the Pro race
after nearly retiring from the event due to
a hard crash on the back part of the course.
After seeing his brother charging, he got
back on his quad and rode with his brother
for the balance of the race, finishing sixth
in Pro. Fuller held on for fourth in the final
points with one victory, in Round 7 at Mesquite,
Fuller finished sixth at WORCS Round
“I hit my head and it knocked the wind out
of me,” said Fuller. “I was going to go back
to the pits, but I saw Kyle, so I hooked up
with him and pushed him to a podium in Pro-Am.
Honestly, I had more fun running with my brother
than anything else this season. I would take
back the crash, but I wouldn’t take back running
with my brother.”
The Fullers will be back in action as WORCS
kicks off it’s 2017 season January 6-8 at
in Mesquite, NV.