The Final round of the Western National Series is complete!
Under the beautiful blue sky of Donner Ski Ranch in the Sierra Nevadas just across the California border, the Western Rock Crawling Professionals gathered from multiple states to compete on the only natural rock course of the West Coast series. Notabily one of the favorite stops on the tour, the anticipation was high on not only who would win the event, but the winner would also determine the season winners.
Congratulations to Brent Bradshaw who swept the Unlimited Series, and Nick Campbell who won the Pro Mod Series!
On Saturday, Brent Bradshaw and Jesse Haines didn’t let the crowd down by starting out with a show in the Unlimited Class. Both have competed at Donner multiple times, so the experience was even, just a matter of the points. At the end of Saturday, Jesse Haines was still within striking distance of Brent Bradshaw and local father son team of Justin Hall and Mark Hall were sitting behind in third just s few points ahead of father son team of Wayland and Shannon Campbell.
The Pro Modified Class had a much tighter battle for the National Championship and had quite a battle with each of the courses. With the natural terrain, the course builders get the opportunity to create obstacles, but with each run those obstacles may change depending on the previous run. There were very few negative scores on Saturday and a course that they were not able to complete, only work for progression points. The A4 course only had two competitors complete it: Nick Campbell and Dan Patterson which put them into the respected first and second at the end of the day.