Deegan Motorsports, powered by Rockstar Energy, Makita and Ford propelled Motocross legend, 2013 Lucas Oil Off Road Pro Lite Champion, and 2013 DirtSport’s Driver of the Year Brian Deegan into the 2014 Lucas Oil Off Road season with a fierce new look and dominating drive. Deegan’s 2014 liveries speak for themselves with an intimidation factor that raises the optic bar. The Rockstar unleashed across the hood of the #38 is indicative of the team’s take-no-prisoners approach to the 2014 season. The look Deegan deems their “best design yet” is already getting rave reviews from fans.

“I’m stoked on the new look, I spent some time with the guys from Spin and they really helped me pull this one off,” told The General.

This signature #38 look sets the standard for Off-Road competition in 2014. With fangs raking over the Mickey Thompson Deegan#38 backed tires and ink-black body panels, this “coming for ya” design will be turning heads both on and off the course. A closer look at Deegan’s new livery can be seen in Every Moment Matters. As much a piece of art as the #38 itself, this video gives fans a behind-the-scenes look into the mind behind the 2014 look for Deegan Motorsports. Deegan Leads Points After First Event

With the first Lucas Oil Off Road event of the 2014 season in the books, the X-Games legend is continuing to solidify his four-wheel staying power in the series. At Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, AZ, March 22-23, Deegan took the #38 Ford to the pole in both Pro 2 events where he continued to blaze through the weekend competition. On Saturday The General led the first two laps before being bumped back to10th, but quickly fought his way back to the front of the pack, finishing second behind Rob Mac and in front of his 4 Wheel Parts teammate Greg Adler.  A third place finish in Pro 2 on Sunday would earn Deegan the early season points lead.

In the Pro Lite class Deegan qualified third on Saturday and powered the Rockstar/Makita Ford to the winner’s circle for his best finish of the weekend.  Sunday’s Pro Lite event would turn out to be the weekend’s most intense battle. Deegan qualified fourth, but flipped in turn three, setting him behind the pace. True to his never-say-die attitude, he fought back to make up ground and came out with a seventh place finish.

“The race weekend started off on the right foot,” added Deegan. “My team and I worked hard in the off season and it paid off.”

Deegan’s eye-popping liveries and inspirational driving job on the Wild Horse Pass course made for a stellar first weekend of racing in 2014.
New Deegan Backed Products

As busy as Deegan continues to be on his racing circuits, he never fails to perform and innovate off the track as well. His newest creation comes in conjunction with tire authority Mickey Thompson, who will soon unveil the Deegan 38 Tire. This beefy creation is the ultimate all purpose mud terrain tire with aggressive style and performance without lacking street manners.

All the #38 Wild Horse Pass action was captured through another Deegan-backed product, the Replay XD1080 Brian Deegan Edition action camera. This replay camera is the simplest way to record extreme action in full 1080 HD video. With the ability to be mounted practically anywhere, a built-in HDMI connector, class leading optics, and impressive audio this lightweight tool packs a big punch. Top it off with the durability to withstand weather and the demands of action-videography and it’s easy to see why this product is deserving of the Deegan name.

The D#38 brand extends to streetwear with DVS shoes. The Deegan signature line is available at a retailer near you.

The next stop on the Lucas Off Road tour is April 25 – 26 in Lake Elsinore, California, where Deegan will be looking to lengthen his points lead in Pro 2 and continue the fight in Pro Lite.


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