The Chaparral Motorsports, Precision Concepts, Kawasaki team had a solid showing at the very unique 2018 Las Vegas WORCS opener. The Vegas WORCS course breaks quite a bit from the traditional Grand Prix layout. The course utilizes the Orleans arena and parking lot for a tight, endurocross-like event. In the Pro main event, both Justin Seeds and Blayne Thompson recovered from less-than-stellar starts, and a few mid-race issues, to finish ninth and tenth, respectively. Clay Hengeveld had a battle just to qualify for the Pro 2 event, hitting a downed rider on the first lap of his qualifier. Fortunately, he was able to come from outside the top twenty to finish seventh. In the Pro 2 main, Hengeveld battled inside the top five all race long and came away with a fourth-place finish. Team manager Robby Bell was also able to get out on the track in a Sport race for a little fun. Though he wasn’t scored, he came away with the unofficial race victory.