Nathan Woods came to Idaho with the WORCS title already in hand, but that didn't stop Ty Davis from giving them all a riding lesson over the weekend. Davis took the holeshot on the long uphill start and led all but a couple laps to top Bonds (second) and Woods (third) on the podium in the final round of the World Off-Road Championship Series held at the Clay Peaks Track in Payette, Idaho.
Lance Smail and David Pearson rounded out the top five.
The season was capped off with an awards banquet held after the race at the Payette High School Auditorium, where the WORCS organizers presented the 10 class champions with new motorcycles and handed out cash and other prizes worth over $12,500. Yamaha came out the big winner for the season. Along with Woods, Davis and Russ Pearson taking the top three places in the series, Yamaha took home the Manufacturers Championship and Zip-Ty Racing's Kenny Parry was awarded Team Manager of the Year.