Cedar City, UT (10/12/2017)
- Maxxis/Super ATV’s Ray Bulloch overcame
bad luck experienced in the last three races
and finished third in the WORCS SXS Pro Stock
season finale at Adelanto Stadium in California.
Skyler Bulloch scored the SXS 800 class win.
The Bulloch family, with Ray’s sons Skyler
and Stockton and his daughter Berkley, took
on the tough course set up in and around the
converted baseball stadium. The track featured
deep sand, ruts and jumps. The Ray was happy
to come out of three-car battle with the podium,
despite a mechanical issue at the end.
Bulloch finished third in the Pro Stock
“It was definitely an intense race,” said
Ray Bulloch. “Bradbury came up inside me,
we locked wheels and I almost went off the
track. I broke something, but I still pulled
off a third-place finish so I’m thankful for
Ray Bulloch finished
third at Adelanto WORCS
Bulloch thanked for all the sponsors that
backed his family’s race team this season.
To run competitively, Bulloch used the best
components on his Polaris RZR this season.
“Throughout the day, my Walker Evans shocks
worked great and my Maxxis Tires hooked up,”
said Bulloch. “My SLP clutching was on point
and the DW Performance tuned engine put down
a bunch of power. We just had a little bad
luck there at the end, but that’s racing.
We’ll be back next year and we’re looking
forward to some big things.”
Skyler Bulloch finished
2nd in the SXS 800 Youth Points Championship
Skyler Bulloch drove his Arctic Cat/Textron
to his fourth victory of the season in the
SXS 800 Production class. The win handed him
second in points as he looks forward to stepping
up to a full-size SXS next season. Skyler
finished on the podium eight times this season
in 10 races.
Bulloch Won the SXS Youth 800 WORCS
“My Maxxis Tires hooked up great in the sand
and I just pulled away from him,” said Skyler
Bulloch. “We ended on a good note. I’m definitely
racing the 1000 next year, either a new RZR
or my dad’s Pro Stock car. We had our ups
and downs this year, but I was top three every
time my car didn’t break.”
Stockton Bulloch finished third in the SXS
Youth 250 Production race, earning his sixth
podium of the season. He won one race. He’ll
step into the 800 class next season.
Bulloch finished 2nd in the Youth 250
“It was a fun year,” said Stockton Bulloch.
We got second in the championship. Next year
we’ll be running the 800 class which will
be a lot more fun.”
For Bulloch, winning races and being competitive
is great, but racing is really about enjoying
time with his family. His daughter Berkley
joined the family this year.
Graphic's Berkley Bulloch
“The biggest accomplishment of the year was
watching my boys progress and get through
the race season,” said Ray Bulloch. “Both
of them are moving up to bigger cars and that’s
the great thing about WORCS racing and the
great support we have from our sponsors: Rocky
Mountain ATV, Arctic Cat, Maxxis Tires, just
everyone that helps us out to come out here
and do what we love. Berkeley is new out there.
I haven’t been pushing her and I’m just letting
her got out there and have fun. That’s what
this is all about: the family out there having
fun. We all want to win, but if we’re not
having fun we’re not going to come do it.”
The Bulloch family will return to WORCS competition
next season at the season opener February
2-4 at The Orleans in Las Vegas.
2017 Bulloch Race
Maxxis, Arctic Cat, Rocky Mountain ATV MC,
Super ATV, Walker Evans Racing, Polaris, HCR
Racing, Triple S Polaris, Bulloch Dirt Works,
Lucas Oil, Tire Blocks, DW Performance, SLP
Racing, D&P Performance, Union Graphics,