DragonFire Racing Ready for WORCS Round 4

April 16, 2013
Courtesy of DragonFire Racing
DragonFire Racing is looking to avoid the bad luck that’s
followed the team through the opening rounds, such as when
the front wheel broke off during WORCS UTV Round 3.

After a tough start to the season, Team DragonFire is ready fill the void on the trophy shelf as Round #4 of the WORCS UTV series blows into Sand Hollow in Hurricane, Utah this weekend. Make that more than ready!

“What else can possibly go wrong,” shrugs DragonFire marketing man Chris Moore. “Flooding at round #1, a fluke mechanical failure on the parade lap at round #2 and ripping the front wheel completely off in round #3… time for the team to show what we can do when we are not snake-bit!”

After three tough outings, DragonFire-sponsored Pro Ken Benson agrees that things can only get better from this point on. “I understand it is all part of racing, but enough is enough,” says Benson. “The good news is that we had plenty of time to repair the RZR 900 XP after ripping the front wheel off at Lake Havasu and everything is totally dialed-in for the conditions at Sand Hollow,” adds the eternal optimist.

“Sometimes you feel the heat… sometimes you just get burned,” says DragonFire’s sales manager Brice Ginn. He only made it through two laps on the tough Havasu track before getting T-boned by another vehicle which effectively ended his day with a DNF. Even with this mishap Ginn is still 11th in the points for the SxS Production 850 class. Coincidentally Benson is also sitting in 11th for the Pro Production class. This time out, both Brice and Ken Benson are ready to blow away the competition in Hurricane, Utah.

Team DragonFire thanks their sponsors for sticking with us despite the string of bad luck. “Thanks to CP-Carillo, Dirty Dawg Performance, Elka, Gates belts, HiPer wheels, ITP tires, our newest sponsor Royal Purple and Vance & Hines,” concludes Ginn.

Get all the details for Round #4 at: www.WORCSRACING.com and be sure to “Like” DragonFire on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/DragonFireRacing.

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