Jerry Boling drove through a fast and technical track to finish ninth in the GNCC Pro XC1 SXS race at Camp Coker in Society Hill, SC. The driver of the Addict Racing / RT Pro / 360 Fly Polaris RZR now sits 10th in points as the season hits the halfway mark.
The finish marks Boling’s second top 10 of the season. He was fifth in the season opener in Florida. He experienced several technical issues in the last race, which he overcame prior to the Camp Coker round.
“Considering this is our rookie GNCC season, we’re doing well,” said Boling. “We’re in the hunt for the championship at just the right time of the season and we’re getting better every round.”
Boling had to make serious repairs coming into this round. After hitting a stump, he snapped a bolt on the frame, but it could have been worse, hadn’t it been for his RT Pro suspension components.
“RT Pro makes an amazing product,” said Boling. “The A-Arm only broke a bolt, so we didn’t have any frame damage. We were back up and running quickly. RT Pro makes the best components for the Polaris RZR.”
He relied on the extra horsepower provided by his Addict Racing engine here. The course comprised many sandy sections, as well as wide-open motocross sections.
“Man…that Addict Racing engine pulls so hard,” explained Boling. “This was the fastest course I’ve been on in GNCC and I had all of the horsepower I needed today. We still need to work on the clutching, but we’re definitely making progress.”
Boling will be back in action with his professional pit set up from Matrix Concepts when GNCC SXS Racing heads to Sunday Creek Raceway for the John Penton May 28-29. Be sure to follow Jerry on Instagram: JerryBoling321gnccpro