UTV World Championships Held in Lake Havasu for the First Time

The UTV World Championships were held in Lake Havasu, Arizona for the first time. Events kicked off Thursday with qualifying. The first race of the weekend was held at 7am. Classes included Short-Course Turbo, 1000, 900 & 700/800. Ronnie Anderson took the overall win.

In the Desert Pro naturally aspirated and Pro Unlimited race, Dodge Poleman was out front leading all 5 laps. Kaden Wells finished second.

The final race of the weekend was held on Saturday afternoon. This race featured some of the biggest names in UTV racing including Robby Gordon. Doug Fortin was out front for the first two laps. Ryan Piplic eventually grabbed the lead and never looked back, taking an overall win. Behind Piplic, Justin Lambert and Branden Sims made it to the podium.

We will have full expanded coverage of the UTV World Championships in the November issue of DirtSportsWorld magazine.