Lynden, WA (9/13/2017) -
Holz Racing’s Cody Bradbury won his
third Pro SXS race of the season during the
WORCS event at Glen Helen Raceway in Devore,
CA. Driving a Holz-built Polaris RZR, Bradbury
took the lead early in the event and led the
rest of the way.
Fellow Holz Polaris driver Beau Baron extended
his points lead in Pro Stock with a second-place
finish, while Shelby Anderson scored another
fourth-place finish. All were racing on a
newly developed Glen Helen course.
Racing's Cody Bradbury claimed the Pro
SXS Win at Glen Helen
The track comprised a mix of terrain, including
the famous Glen Helen start, though it was
run in reverse. Drivers went through the Talladega
Turn and then went over the hill, the opposite
of previous events here in June.
Bradbury got back his mojo after a hard crash
took him out of the Pro Stock race. His Pro
Stock Polaris, also built by Holz, protected
him from injury allowing him to compete in
Sunday’s Pro race. He came out of a three-car
battle with the lead and held it to the finish.
“This is great for me after yesterday’s catastrophe,”
said Bradbury. “I misjudged the timing and
that was on me. It’s just one of those racing
incidents. I just wanted to go out and have
a solid finish. That’s now three wins this
year. The turbo suits me better than the stock
car. I like having more horsepower.”
In the Pro Stock race, Baron again ran a
conservative race strategy to protect his
points lead. He finished second and now owns
a 22-point lead going into the season finale.
Racing's Beau Baron scored a 2nd Place
finish Pro Stock SXS, which extended
his points lead to 22 points going into
the season finale
“The Holz chassis has been solid all year,”
said Baron. “I had a good finish and I added
a lot to my points lead. I have a decent lead
going into the last round. I just need to
play it smart and make sure my car is ready
to race the whole race.”
Shelby Anderson finished fourth in Pro Stock
and continued to show strong driving acumen.
Interestingly, she drove nearly one handed
as she continues to heal from a shoulder injury.
Racing's Shelby Anderson just missed
a spot on the podium with a 4th place
finish in the Pro Stock SXS Class
“I’m really stoked with fourth,” said Anderson.
“I ran third off the line and I was running
really hard with Matt and Beau. Then I heard
a clanking noise so I backed off a little
bit. So I held my pace, tried to be smooth
and held on for points.”
Holz Polaris RZRs will continue to show why
they are the best of the best as the WORCS
Series stages its season finale October 6-8
at Adelante Stadium.
About Holz Racing
Incorporated in 1995, Holz Racing Products has since been designing, innovating and manufacturing the highest quality and best performing suspension and chassis components in the industry. Our commitment to quality and our no-compromise design philosophy is what keeps Holz at the leading edge our industry; Performance and function first.