San Diego, CA – Motorsports production company Mad Media, led by directing team “The Martelli Brothers,” announced a new premiere date for their documentary style TV program for the 2015 Polaris RZR Mint 400 presented by General Tire. The show will premiere on NBCSN February 28th, at 1pm EST/ 10am PST.
Agua Dulce, Calif.: Nothing goes better with racing in Baja than Wahoo’s Fish Taco. Wahoo’s was founded in the beach cities of Southern California with their first location in Costa Mesa, California in 1988. Three brothers, Eduardo Lee, Mingo Lee and Wing Lam, created a unique fusion of traditional Chinese and Brazilian flavors with healthy living dishes. With over 28 years of “fueling the forces,” Wahoo’s Fish Taco has over 63 locations including restaurants in California, Colorado, Texas, Nevada, Nebraska, Hawaii, Pennsylvania and Japan plus new locations inside of Los Angles International Airport (LAX) and Honda Center in Anaheim.
Cleveland – Spring time can bring storms, floods and inclement weather of all kinds. It can also bring unseasonably warm weather that leads to an early start to the construction season or gives farmers a jump on this year’s crops. Be ready for whatever the weather brings by taking advantage of Lincoln Electric’s amazing deal on a Ranger® 250 GXT engine-driven welder/generator. The Ranger 250 GXT provides extra multi-process welding performance, extra AC generator power and now extra savings for outdoor welding projects for farm, construction and general fabrication.
The 2016 Polaris RZR UTV World Championship powered by Monster Energy with support from Polaris RZR will award four brand new Polaris RZR machines to race winners. Last year the event gave away two new RZR XP1000s at the event. For 2016, event organizers have upped the ante by dishing out over $60,000 in RZRs. The Polaris RZR UTV World Championship powered by Monster Energy takes place February 19th-20th in Laughlin, NV.
Tyme Agency (OTC- NBDR), athlete Jerett Brooks, is excited to announce Rigid Industries has come on board to be his title sponsor as he competes for the Pro Lite Championship in the 2016 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series.
Well it’s been a while since we have sent out a team newsletter. There is good reason. We bit off a lot in 2015 between launching a Pro 2 program, building a Bronco to race in the desert, and prepping/crewing a Pro-Light. I needed more time so the newsletters stopped and I put what media time I had into the realm of social media.
Editor’s Note: The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) sent out a press release today noting its opposition to this EPA proposal. Although it does not directly appear to relate to off-road vehicles it certainly could impact them – now or in the future. Read more on SEMA’s response.
Washington, DC – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed a regulation to prohibit conversion of vehicles originally designed for on-road use into racecars. The regulation would also make the sale of certain products for use on such vehicles illegal. The proposed regulation was contained within a non-related proposed regulation entitled “Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Standards for Medium- and Heavy-Duty Engines and Vehicles—Phase 2.”
DECATUR, AL – Vision Wheel today announced a partnership with American off-road racing legend Rob MacCachren that will make Vision’s bead lock race wheels a component of MacCachren desert and short-course racing trucks.
Founded in 1976, Vision Wheel is one of the nation’s leading providers of custom wheels for cars and trucks and one of the first manufacturers of custom wheels. In early 2015, the company expanded its presence in the off-road racing market by announcing a partnership with SCORE International, the world-renowned sanctioning body for the five-race SCORE World Desert Championship that includes the SCORE Baja 1000.
Parker, AZ – McMillin Racing started 2016 with a strong showing at the Best In The Desert Parker 425 race in Parker, Arizona. McMillin Racing’s Dan and Luke McMillin have a simple goal this season. They are going all out for wins. That doesn’t mean their goal is easy, it’s just simple. No counting points or cruising around to get a finish, they are committed to one thing; running as hard as they can. They reached that goal in Parker on the pounding 425 mile course.