Polaris rider goes 1-2 in rounds three and four
RJ Anderson had another successful weekend at rounds three and four of the TORC short course series at Perris Auto Speedway in Perris, Calif.
Round three was held Friday Sept. 25 and due to TORC rules, Anderson gridded his Ranger RZR S in last place despite being the fastest qualifier. Halfway through the race, he had worked his was up to third place and with two laps to go he made the pass for the lead.
“My Ranger RZR S was working great and we had new shock valving and an improved clutch set up for the race,” says Anderson. “We were just taking it easy until two laps to go and we really went for it, taking the lead and held it to the finish.”
Round four was held the next night at Perris Auto Speedway on Sept. 26. Anderson gridded sixth during the race and again worked his way up to second place. On the last lap he was side by side with the leader and drifted wide and hit the outside wall pretty hard.
“We broke something in the rear of the car and I was happy to just limp the car home for a second place finish,” says Anderson.
With his first and second place finishes, Anderson extends his points lead to 88 with just two rounds remaining. Rounds five and six will take place on Oct. 23-24, at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Anderson is sponsored by Walker Evans Racing Shocks, Polaris ORV, Kroyer Racing Engines, South Point Casinos, Goodyear and Holz Racing Products.
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