El Cajon, CA (1/31/2017)
- Despite the lingering effects of a concussion
sustained in the first round, Duncan Racing’s
Kyle Fuller scored a pair of sixth-place finishes
in the WORCS racing ATV races in Primm, NV.
Fuller raced the #145 Honda in both Production
A and Pro Am.
Racing's Kyle Fuller scored two sixth-place
finishes in Round 2 of the WORCS Series.
Despite running consistent laps in the Production
A event, a broken heel guard slowed his charge
there. In Pro Am, Fuller experienced vertigo
that slowed his charge. Fuller was involved
in a hard crash during the first round and
found out the week after that he had sustained
“I didn’t feel well; my concussion is still
messing with me,” said Fuller. I was good
for a while, and I’d get some blurry vision
and lightheadedness. My bike ran flawlessly.
The engine just pulled the whole way on those
long straightaways. Doug Roll really took
care of me and redid the Elka shocks. The
bike handled awesome. The STI tires worked
great. Really, everything was great…except
Kyle Fuller ran consistent laps in Production
A, despite a hard crash in Round 1 that
ended with a concussion.
Fuller said, other than his head injury,
that his body is where it needs to be. He
is ready to show what he can do in three weeks
when WORCS heads to California.
“My fitness was there,” said Fuller. “I wasn’t
tired, but I just couldn’t push like I wanted
to. I’m looking forward to Taft because I
want to show what I know I can do. It’s hard
to keep me down. I’ve come back from a lot
worse than this.”
Fuller will be back in action as WORCS heads
to Honolulu Hills Raceway in Taft, CA February
Kyle Fuller 2017
Duncan Racing, STI Tires, Elka, RK Chains,
Moose Racing, X Brand Goggles, Fasst Company,
Maxima, CPJ Fitness, Crossfit H2.