Motowork's September NEWSLETTER
ITP Round #7: (9-19-09): Surprise, Az-
Lake Elsinore, Ca- 8/20/09: Motowork’s west coast team left off in there winning ways as they returned to the ITP Quadcross series, this time heading back out to Arizona to take on the Speedworld track with Warnia, Frederick & Zimmerman highlighting the show. Zimmerman who returned here after an ugly mid-season crash, posted a well earned 3rd O/A with a 9-1 moto finish, while Pro riders Josh Frederick & Jeremie Warnia posted solid finishes. Frederick still rebounding from his mid-season leg injury posted 13-7 finishes, capturing a 10th, while Warnia went on to score the 2-1 finish, putting him 1st O/A on the day. Along with his Pro Production win, Jeremie snagged a 1-1 finish with his 2nd O/A win on the day in the Open Pro class as well.
WORCS Round #7: (9-28-09): San Bernardino, Ca-
Lake Elsinore, Ca- 8/20/09: Motoworks came out swinging at Round #7 of the WORCS series. Frederick was on the mission to close the points gap on MCR Racing’s Beau Baron, while Zimmerman looked to secure the Pro-Am Championship and Warnia, well “Frenchie” was just out to win as he has been recently. Also joining the team was newly recruited East coast phenom and multi-time ATV MX Champ- John Natalie. On Friday, Natalie who was involved in a practice crash, revamped and finished an impressive 5th O/A on the weekend in the Pro class. Josh Frederick continued to ride consistent as he posted 3rd O/A. Jeremie Warnia who ripped into the lead around the 20 minute mark, held the lead and never looked back, continuing to make a mark on the west coast ATV scene this year. Dillon Zimmerman, deserves serious props as he rode hard to a 2nd place finish in the Pro-Am class, but more importantly, securing his first ever WORCS Pro-Am Championship that has eluded him the past couple of years. Congrats to Dillon, a mid-season injury, a determined attitude and leadership was enough to bring him home the hardware.
“Were very happy with the final stages here as we roll into the last rounds. Josh is working so hard to narrow that points chase, Jeremie is continuing to lead us into every round and finish really well and I’m very happy for my boy and our Pro-Am rider, Dillon. he deserved this Championship and worked very hard for it.” Ty Zimmerman of Motoworks.