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GBC Motorsports Racers Power Through Sand Hollow WORCS

RJ Anderson
RJ Anderson

Anaheim, Calif. – April 17, 2014 – GBC Motorsports racers headed out to Hurricane, Utah for WORCS Round 4. The Sand Hollow course was credited with more mechanical issues and DNFs than WORCS races are used to seeing. As the name implies, there’s plenty of sand at Sand Hollow, but some unexpected rocky sections did a number on a handful of competitors.

RJ Anderson led the way for GBC racers in the SXS Pro class. Anderson ran at the front of the 28-person class, but a few mechanical issues slowed him down along the way. Anderson finished 4th in the class which was good enough for 4th Overall as well. As we just about reach the halfway point in the series, Anderson’s strong showing at Sand Hollow pushed him into a tie for 3rd place in the class standings.

Justin Dawes, No. 481

Justin Dawes also represented GBC Motorsports in the SXS Pro class and notched an 11th place finish, while fellow GBC driver Nick Granlund finished 17th. Nolan Remlinger was coming off a 9th place finish at Lake Havasu WORCS but had a tough day resulting in 25th place.

Nick Granlund, No. 68

GBC newcomer Casey Wallace piloted his Mongrel-equipped RZR to a 5th place finish in the SXS 1000 class, while Landon Roundy took 4th in the SXS Sport class.

Casey Wallace, No. 35

On the ATV side of things, Brian Sirevaag made his first appearance at WORCS this season, finishing 3rd in the Sport 15-29 A Class and winning the Team A competition. Brian enjoyed a productive 2013 WORCS campaign and it’s great to see him back out on the course.

Landon Roundy, No. 401

WORCS Racing will next take GBC racers to the Ridgecrest Fairgrounds in Ridgecrest, CA for Round 5 of competition. Learn more about GBC’s full lineup of ATV and SXS tires by visiting, and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for the latest racing updates.

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