Round #9 - Glen Helen Raceway
June 18, 2017
Bryce Peart Takes Glen Helen
Pro-Am ATV WORCS Win
In Pro Am, Bryce Peart was elevated to the victory
with his Honda when Logan Huff, who finished first
physically, was penalized one spot for a pit board
infraction. Peart finished second overall just
behind Baron and pocketed an additional $600 for
STI's Bryce Peart was awarded the Pro-Am
Win & 2nd Overall at the Glen Helen
Peart and Huff battled throughout the race with
Peart able to hold him off until the final lap.
Then Huff struck and took the lead just before
the finish. Despite the penalty, Peart gave credit
to Huff for his pass.
Bryce Peart held off Logan Huff till just
before the White Flag when Huff made the
pass for the lead, but he was later penalized,
which gave Peart the win. Peart is now only
6 points behind Huff in the Pro-Am Championship
“I did get the win and that helps us out with
points, but I still give it hands down to Logan,”
said Peart. “He definitely earned the win, regardless
of the penalty. I rode the best I could, but he
got around me on the last lap. I got second overall.
I’m happy with that. Hopefully we can just get
better from here. It’s nice to podium with the
Huff, on a Yamaha, ran hard during the race.
Despite losing the position due to the penalty,
he still holds the lead in Pro Am points going
into the summer break. He finished third overall
and stood on the Pro podium with Baron and Peart.
Logan Huff claimed his 7th WORCS Pro-Am
Podium of the season, which has him holding
a slim points lead heading into the final
two rounds of the season after the Summer
“That was quite the battle,” said Huff. “I made
a sketchy pass in traffic and I had Bryce in the
air on the tabletop. That was key. I’m just going
to keep riding and come back strong. We’re focusing
on the Pro lap times.”
Gonzalez had to overcome a host of issues during
the race to score the third-place finish. Despite
having to change goggles on the first lap due
to the mud and issues with his nerf bar, he snagged
his fourth podium of the season.
Ricardo Gonzalez claimed the final spot
on the WORCS Pro-Am Podium after battling
with Ty Sanders
“It was a pretty hot day,” said Gonzalez. “I
got a decent start and rode my way to the podium.
I definitely had a good battle. We’ll be going
hard for the next one.”
WORCS next heads into its traditional summer
break before heading back to Glen Helen. That
round, the second to last this season, is scheduled
for September 8-10.