Minneapolis, June 19, 2012- On The Edge Raceway, in Enterprise, Utah, saw a flood of RZR vehicles for WORCS round 6. When the dust cleared, RZRs took all three podiums in the Production 1000 class and a RZR 570 took the Production 700 class.

Beau Baron took the checkered flag in the Production 1000 class in his RZR XP 900, with Ryan Piplic and Greg Row taking second and third. RZRs currently hold the top five spots in the series point standings for the class and it’s a tight race with just two WORCS races remaining.

Cody Rahders in a RZR 570 won the Production 700 class by more than a minute and was third overall in the 700/850 classes. Rahders currently is tied for the top spot in the Production 700 point standings and this was his fourth podium finish this year with two firsts and two second place finishes.

The next WORCS race is the Cahuilla Creek, in Anza, Calif., August 3-5.

Minneapolis Polaris RANGER RZR’s had another clean sweep of the top three positions in the Side-by-Side Class 1, at the Cahuilla Creek WORCS race this past weekend, in Anza, Calif.

National Guard Polaris Coastal DragonFire Yokley Racing Team Driver William Yokley finished second and continues to lead the points for the class. First place went to Beau Baron and third to Ryan Piplic, both also racing RANGER RZR XP 900s. National Guard Polaris Coastal Yokley Racing Team Driver Scott Kiger had to miss the race due to emergency surgery.

Next race for Yokley will be the GNCC race, in Gosport, Indiana, on May 14-15.