Chaparral Motorsports, Precision Concepts, Kawasaki

Built in-house. A race team focussed on dominating the west coast.

A Passion To Compete

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Our in-house racing effort has been a dominate force in the off road world since 2009, earning 12 professional championships. We currently house three riders who compete along the west coast of the United States. The team has numerous goals that it is continually striving to achieve and improve upon: to satisfy our absolute passion to compete; to be the marquee off-road race team in the United States; to continue to offer a platform for success to talented, hard-working professional and aspiring racers; and to reach the largest audience possible to promote our effort and the relationships we've cultivated with our team supporters.

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Team Riders

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Zach Bell - #100 - WORCS and AMA NGPC Pro classes

Clay Hengeveld - #151 - WORCS Pro 2 and AMA NGPC Pro II classes

JP Alvarez - #192 - WORCS Pro 2 lights and AMA NGPC Pro II classes

Team Supporters

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As a team, we strive to create relationships with companies that share our drive and passion for competition and providing the best possible platform for success to our riders, and by extension, the general public.

Latest Race Team News

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2020 Taft NGPC

By Precision Concepts | February 10, 2020

Taft can be a polarizing venue. To explain, the terrain becomes quite choppy, sometimes developing deep, square holes that litter an entire straightaway. If riders choose “good” lines—skating the edges, cutting across the chop and finding some smoother track—joy and speed can be found in that. However, if the preferred method is banging right down the main line, it can be a frustrating and taxing experience…

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2020 Primm WORCS

By Precision Concepts | January 28, 2020

Primm is a popular destination on the off-road and grand prix circuit. So, in a bid to change things up, the WORCS crew made two distinct adjustments for the season opener. First, they didn’t touch up the majority of the course after Saturday’s racing. This left the track quite rough and choppy, especially by the time the pro race got underway. Second, WORCS added a pro-only section where riders had to hop over two sets of K-rails…

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