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Precision Concepts Race Team Rider Spotlight: Zach Bell

The Chaparral Motorsports|Precision Concepts|Kawasaki Team Green is pleased with Zach Bell’s performances to start the year. With a few race wins and podiums under his belt, Zach’s work ethic and talent is sure to take him far in 2020.

Zach currently sits just outside the championship lead in the NGPC Series after winning the first two rounds and suffering a DNF at round three. In the WORCS championship chase, Zach is working his way up after a rough start to the series. He’s shown he has the speed and talent to win in both the NGPC and WORCS championships and we look forward to a successful finish to the year.

Discipline:   Grand Prix

Class:   Pro

Race Bike:   KX450

Competition Number:   100

Mechanic:   Phil Valdez

Suspension Tech:   John Snyder


WORCS, AMA National Grand Prix, 24 Hours of Glen Helen

Career Highlights:

—2017 AMA BIG 6 WCGP (now NGPC) Champion

—2018 WORCS series runner-up

—2018 & 2019 AMA NGPC Pro class runner-up

What age did you start riding?

     Age 4.

What was your first dirt bike?

     A Suzuki JR50.

Favorite track you’ve raced:

     Lake Whitney in Texas.

Favorite movie:

     Shooter, with Mark Wahlberg.

Favorite movie one-liner:

     “Time to nut up or shut up!” from Zombieland.

Favorite hobby:

     Riding my KX450, and dual sports.

Favorite non-moto sport:


Favorite food:

     Pizza and pasta.

Favorite food on race day:

    On race-day it’s eggs, oatmeal and some fruit.

Do you have any race-day superstitions?

     I never bring a podium hat to the races.

What’s your number 1 bucket list thing you want to do in your life?

     To be a dad one day.

Sebastian Krywult

As a transplant from Poland, Sebastian Krywult has a sense of adventure flowing through his veins. He’s been an active member of the Arizona Off-Road community since 2007 exploring the endless desert landscapes and sharing his story through photography. Between developing software full time and practicing Jiu Jitsu, Sebastian always finds the time to look for his next adventure whether it be documenting a stage rally race, producing desert racing content or trekking down another unbeaten path in the Arizona high desert.