World Off Road Championship Series, WORCS, held Round 2 of their 2022 race series at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, CA Feb 11-13. The ATV/SXS weekend event offered several classes which meant there was a competitive class for all. The three day weekend event was kept under control by series organizers with a tight schedule so racers knew when it was time to put on their race face.
A total of 15 different SXS classes were offered with the SXS Pro Production class ending the three day event. Taylor Cox finished the race on top of the podium with Shawn Saxton second. Round one winner, Beau Judge, suffered a broken drive shaft at the start of the race but managed to finish third.
Brayden Baker took top honors in the SXS Pro STK class with Chase Desousadias crossing over second ahead of Try Eggleston.
Colton McDonald won the SXS 1000 STK event with Sebastian Marquez second and Cameron Johnson third.
Travis Sallee took home the SXS Prod 1000 trophy with Cameron Johnson second and Kevin Kolisz third.
The SXS Youth 1000 STK winner was Chase Mankin with TJ Siewers second and Paxton Schendel third.
Brody Cox won the SXS Prod Turbo event with Mark Higham second and Brandon Johnson third.
There were 11 SXS Masters entered with Nic Granlund taking the win over Daniel Winiecki and Trvis Smith crossing over third.
Coy Curtis won the SXS Sportsman event with Parker Kaiser second and Karsen Sandberg third.
Madi Stroschein was the lone SXS Women entry.
Chase Mankin won the SXS Youth 600 STK class with Paxton Schendel second and Lake Adler third.
In the SXS Youth 250 Production class Paxton Schendel proved quickest with Jacob Williamson finishing second and Trevor Lee was third.
Cole Warner took home the top trophy in the SXS Youth 250 LTD STK class and Ella Earner was second. Emmy Engle finished third.
Declan Shields won the SXS Youth STK 6-8 class with Nixon Bagel second and Jameson Mandle third.
The SXS Youth STK 9-12 event was won by Landon Morrow as he bested the efforts of Jackson Mandle. aAdan Aguilar finished third.
Ryan Prosser was the lone entry in the SXS Prod 900 event.