On Sunday, Bonds battled back from a top-15 start to take over the lead on the third lap. From there on he was able to stay up front and take home his first championship.
"It was great to see two Kawasaki's battling for the championship," said Kawasaki Off-Road Supervisor Jason Smigel. "It's a constant display of how great the Kawasaki machine is in the off-road community. Myself and Kawasaki would like to congratulate Bobby on his WORCS championship."
This championship marks Kawasaki's second WORCS title in the last three years.