CST’s Beau Baron Clinches WORCS SXS Championship
Atascadero, CA (11/7/2018) - CST’s
Beau Baron won two championships, and Mitch Anderson
earned one title during the 2018 WORCS and AMA
District 37 Big 6 seasons. Baron clinched titles
WORCS Pro Stock SXS and in Big 6 ATV. Anderson
clinched the title in WORCS Pro 2 Motorcycle.
Beau Baron secured the WORCS Pro Stock SXS
Baron made WORCS history this season by winning
an unprecedented 10th overall championship. Interestingly,
he’s now won titles in WORCS ATV and SXS competition.
Baron won two SXS Pro Stock races this season,
and earned four additional podiums.
“Locking up the championship at the last race
is stressful,” said Baron. “This weekend was a
lot better than last weekend. So now I’m headed
to Gorman to try to get a championship in ATV
at Big 6.”
Baron packed up his rig and headed from the WORCS
finale in Primm, NV covering 242 miles to Gorman,
CA for the second-to-last Big 6 ATV race. By winning
the race, he unofficially clinched the championship.
“It was a mission,” explained Baron. “I crashed
out for a few hours, then headed out at 3 a.m.,
went to the Big 6 and went to the line. I just
made it on time. I got the holeshot and just checked
out. The course was awesome. It flowed really
well and it was great for ATVs. It was really
With little time, Baron dialed in his Elka shocks.
His CST tires allowed him to snag the holeshot
on the uphill start, and he dominated from there.
“My Elkas were great,” said Baron. “I just went
with my best guess on setup and it worked. It
was uphill start that went to the left and the
CST tires really hooked up. I got the jump right
off the bat. That holeshot made a huge difference.”
Anderson clinched the WORCS Pro 2 title last
week in the motorcycle finale. Anderson finished
on the podium at every round this season and scored
one victory to snag the title. He plans to move
up to Pro next season.
“This is the biggest championship I’ve ever won,”
said Anderson. “It’s like graduation day because
I’m moving up to the big class next year. This
is only the beginning. We have a lot of work ahead
At the Big 6 race, the Pro II Motorcycle race
was postponed until Sunday after a fatality at
the track. After getting a decent start, Anderson
pitted early. From there, he rode hard, making
up three positions to finish second.
“I just couldn’t find the flow right away, so
I pitted at about halfway and regrouped,” said
Anderson. “I left the pit fifth, and passed two
riders right away. Then I made the pass for second
on the second-to-last lap. We were putting some
time on the leader, but just ran out of time.
We’ll take the second, but I definitely had more
The “California Pavement” conditions suited Anderson’s
CST tires. With plenty of grip through the hard-edged
off-road sections and the motocross track, Anderson
never ran out of traction.
“It was really, dry, dusty, and hard and the
CST tires worked great,” said Anderson. “The off
road was hard as a rock with a lot of square edges,
and I wasn’t starved for traction anywhere.”
Both Anderson and Baron will finish up their
Big 6 seasons December 6-7 in Lake Havasu City,
AZ. They will return to WORCS competition when
it kicks off the 2019 season in January.
Beau Baron 2018 SxS
Polaris, CST Tires, Holz, Sparks, Elka, Dwt, Tireblocks,
Pro Motorsports, Shoei, X Brand Goggles, Rugged
Beau Baron 2018 ATV
CST Tires, Sparks, Elka, Dwt, Tireblocks, Roll
Design, Fasst Co., IMS, Hinson, Quad Tech, Maxima
Racing Oils, TCS, Sunstar, Works Connection, Precision
Racing, Bolt, Pro Motorsports, LKH Farms, H&M
Motorsports, Impact Solutions, Atvriders.com,
Gaerne, Shoei, Streamline Brakes, FLY, X Brand
Goggles, Rugged Radios, Immortal ATV, JB Racing
Mitch Anderson 2018
CST Tires, Bolt Motorcycle Hardware, FLY Racing,
WPS, Rekluse, FMF, Goolsby Motorsports, EKS Brand
Goggles, DDC Sprockets, IMS, RAW Racing, Leatt,
Acerbis, Pivot Works, Cylinder Works, Vertex,
Hot Rods, Hot Cams, Spider Grips