William Yokley and his National Guard / Polaris / Coastal / Yoshimura / DragonFire /Yokley Racing RZR XP
900took the GNCC “Open Modified” UTV Championship for fourth consecutive year with Yokley’s teammate, Scott Kiger in his National Guard / Polaris / Coastal / Yoshimura / Yokley Racing RZR XP 900 taking second. RZRs proved to be
a dominant force in the class taking the top five spots for the season.
The last UTV race of the season, The Amsoil Ironman, saw three RZRs on the podium for the “Open Modified” class with
Yokley taking top honors. Teammate, Kiger, had an unfortunate incident where a tree became lodged between his wheel and frame leaving him in last after the first lap. Kiger was able to pick cars off one-by-one for the remainder of the
race to finish fourth and seal second place for the year.
“We would like to congratulate William and Scott on another awesome GNCC side-by-side racing season,” said Donna Beadle, race team manager for Polaris Racing. “They made it an exciting season and once again, brought home the championship.”
Yokley Racing is sponsored by The Army National Guard, Polaris Industries, Coastal Racing, Yoshimura, Kenda Tires, DragonFire Racing, EXIT Suspension, Keizer Wheels, Holz Racing Products, Tireballs, Moto Pro Training, Monavie, March Westin, TUSK Off-Road and Big Country Powersports.
With the WORCS Racing season coming to a
close this past weekend in Taft, Calif., at Honolulu Hills, RZR XP 900s
ended the season with the top three spots in the “Production 1000” class and a
RZR 570 took the “Production 700 Class.”
The “Production 1000” class saw Ryan Piplic take the checkered flag at Honolulu
Hills sealing the championship in the class for 2012. RJ Anderson finished the
series in second with Beau Baron in third.
Cody Rahders and
the Polaris Industries, Cognito Motorsport, UTVunderground RZR 570 set
out to show the racing world that the RZR 570 was a capable racer and
could beat bigger displacement vehicles due to its ultimate combination of
power, suspension and agility. Rahders needed a fourth place or better finish,
and when the dust settled, he crossed the line in third and took the
“Production 700 Class” Championship!
“What a season, to go from fourth in points to winning the title, awesome,” said
Rahders. “There is no way we could have done it without our sponsors, thanks
“Polaris would like
to congratulate all the winners riding our vehicles,” said Donna Beadle, race
team manager for Polaris. “It takes a lot of dedication, time and perseverance
throughout the season and it has definitely paid off for these guys. Polaris
thanks you for taking our vehicles to the top.”
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