Kacy Martinez had good reasons to be smiling.

WORCS promoter Sean Reddish gives everyone the lowdown at the riders' meeting.

Mike Brown didn't seem fazed at all by the Arizona heat.

Justin Soule gets ready.

Yes, it was that hot.


Brown (311), Taylor Robert (33) and Arizona's own Destry Abbott (8) all want the holeshot.

Elizabeth Bash (33) gets off to a fast start in the Women's Pro race.

Justin Seeds (213) made excellent use of his quick getaway in the Pro2 division.

Steve Gibson (754) and Eric Yorba (280) fight it out for the early lead in the Pro2 Lites class.

Brown was on the chase.


Cory Graffunder was in the hunt for the Pro2 win.

Hitting the wall takes on a new meaning.

Robby Bell gets over with no problems en route to fourth overall.

Robert (33) and Brown (311) supplied most of the entertainment as the battled for the lead.

Defending Women's Pro champ Martinez finally nailed her first win of the season.


Soule ended up sixth overall.

Even the wall couldn't slow Robert down.

Ryan Sandoval and bike stop for a splash.

We're not sure if this is a narrow miss or a narrow hit.

Even the heat couldn't tire Seeds.


Brown rolled into the pits with an ailing bike.

Axle troubles knocked Brown out of the race.

Robert gave the local crowd something to cheer about - twice.

Seeds came away with the Pro2-class win.

Pro2 Lites winner - Ryan Sandoval.


"Yeah, that's right, I won."

Robert (center), Bobby Garrison (left) and Gary Sutherlin soak it up on the Pro podium.

For more coverage of the Arizona WORCS race, click on the link below:

http://cyclenews.coverleaf.com/cyclenews/20120501#pg103


 

 

the Cycle News Staff

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