San Bernardino, Calif. – The opening round of the 2011 Yamaha Quad-X Series comes to Glen Helen raceway, America’s playground in Southern California, on Sunday March 27th! The race will run on Glen Helen’s world-famous USGP track, and will feature classes for all skill and age groups. No membership is required to race!

The Quad-X series is one of the premiere ATV racing series in the US, and regularly draws top ATV racing pros like Dustin Nelson, Beau Baron, and current AMA ATV MX champion Josh Creamer! The 2011 season will feature races at some of the top racing facilities in the region, including Cahuilla Creek, Speedworld MX, Arizona Cycle Park, and four rounds at Glen Helen Raceway. Each round also features special events like open riding, barbecues, sponsor giveaways and free camping in addition to the exciting racing action.

Sunday’s season opener will also serve as the thrilling conclusion to Glen Helen’s Dirt Fest 2011, a three-day celebration of four-wheeled off-roading. Sunday’s events will also include open trail riding and demo rides from manufacturers like Yamaha, Can-Am and Polaris.

For more information on the 2011 Yamaha Quad-X series, including series schedule, class information and requirements, check out www.quadxseries.com. For the latest updates on this and other series at Glen Helen Raceway, become a fan on facebook at www.facebook.com/glenhelenraceway.

Schedule
March 27 – Glen Helen Raceway – San Bernardino, CA
Sunday April 17 – Arizona Cycle Park – Buckeye, AZ
Sunday May 8 – Cahuilla Creek MX – Anza, CA
Satuday June 18 – Speedworld MX – Surprise, AZ
Saturday July 9 – Glen Helen Raceway – San Bernardino, CA
Sunday July 10 – Glen Helen Raceway – San Bernardino, CA
Satuday Sept. 10 – Speedworld MX – Surprise, AZ
Saturday Oct. 29 – Glen Helen Raceway – San Bernardino, CA (double Pts)

Lee Butler and Iain Hayden delivered a solid one-two punch for Team Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing at Round 2 of the CSRA Snowcross Championship in Rouyn-Noranda, QC this past weekend.

Despite a five-week lapse in the schedule, reigning Pro Open champ Butler and No.2 ranked Hayden were suffering from anything but a bout of the racing inactivity blues.

Their domination at the Rouyn-Noranda Coors Light International Grand Prix—on a very snowy and chilly -29°C (-20°F) race track—left no doubt in anyone’s mind that the two Rockstar Energy Polaris Racing teammates were focused on keeping their status as top dogs intact as the championship series resumed.