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Experience the Thrill of Casey Sims at WORCS Round 3

My team and I headed to Lake Havasu City, AZ on Friday morning. We arrived at the track just
a few hours before practice. I got my pit set up and checked in at registration. Then I headed to
the start line for practice. I got a few practice laps in and got a good feel for the track. My car
wasn’t running quite right, so after practice I took some time to figure out what the problem was.
Unfortunately, during practice, I had lost my transmission.

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It was one of the only spare parts we
didn’t have in the trailer. Luckily, one of my friends was coming to the race on Saturday
morning, so I called him up and asked him to run by my house to bring me a spare. After tearing
the car down to get it ready for parts on Saturday morning, we headed to the hotel for the night.

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I arrived at the track on Saturday morning and my buddy arrived about an hour after me with my
transmission. My team and I worked to get the new tranny in and then I drove my car around the
pits to make sure everything was running the way it should be. My car was fixed and I was
ready to race!

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When it was time, I headed to the start line. The SXS Pro Stock class was the last race of the day
and there were 7 cars in my class. I lined up on row one. The green flag flew and we took off! I
was P3 off the start as we headed out onto the course. In the first lap, I was able to make a pass
moving me into P2. I had fallen a bit behind P1, so I had some time to make up. Coming
through the timing chute going into lap 3, I had made up significant time and was only 5 seconds
behind P1. I stayed on the gas and going into lap 4, I was only 3 seconds behind the leader.

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Then, I hit a bush and couldn’t see very well causing me to lose some time during lap 4. Going
into lap 5, I was 5 seconds behind again, but I was determined to catch P1. Unfortunately,
during lap 6, I broke a belt. I was outside the pits on the course, but I was able to pull off and
change it. After getting back in my car, I put my head down and got focused again. The belt
break had cost me a lot of time and several positions. I was in P6 coming through the timing
chute heading out for lap 7. The course was challenging and running through the sand was
putting a lot of strain on my car. During lap 8, I broke another belt. I was able to get it changed
again and headed back out on the course. Then I ran my 9th and final lap, crossing the finish line
in 5th place. It wasn’t the result I was hoping for, but I did what I could to get my car across the
finish line.

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After the race, the WORCS kids program asked the Pro drivers to sign t-shirts for the kids. I
always have a great time when I get to do things like that. I signed shirts and then they gave us
bottles filled with chalk. All of the pro drivers lined up around the course and sprayed the kids
with chalk creating tie-dyed shirts. It was a lot of fun and a great way to end the day!


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Struthers Brothers - April 29, 2024

Absolutely exhilarating! Watching Casey Sims at WORCS Round 3 truly showcased the heart-pounding excitement of < a href= “” powersports . Whether you’re a die-hard fan of motorsports or new to the scene, his performance was a masterclass in agility and speed. Can’t wait to see what he does next!

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