LANSING, Mich. - Air Lift Company’s 2015 Load Support Product Catalog features the company’s wide range of easy to use air spring suspension products available for towing and hauling use and automotive performance applications.
The newest company to join the MORR Contingency Program for the Sportsman Off-Road Series is RacerX Motorsports. The Southern California based company offers a wide range of professional race products for the off-road racer and looks to expand its scope of its business throughout the Midwest with its MORR contingency plan.
Short course off-road racing in the Midwest is quite large,” notes Racerx Motorsports’ Shirl Papaian. “Our company has plenty to offer the short-course competitor and getting involved with MORR gives our brand direct recognition with our target market.”
As many of you know, Jordan Poole and Ryan Hancock were seriously injured this weekend at The Mint 400 outside of Jean, NV. What some of you may not know is that Jordan has been a consistent supporter of our efforts to be “Racers Helping Racers” since the very beginning.
In addition to the $7,000 we were able to give to Blue Ribbon Coalition, Racers For Christ, Race For The Wounded and C.O.R.E. Centers at the beginning of this year, we have the funds set aside to be of assistance to those in need in light of the tragic accidents two days ago. Jordan has personally invested his time and resources into the Fast-Aid model that pays it forward. Your donations will go to replenish those funds that we as a charity have committed to keeping on hand to quickly and efficiently help those in need.
If you have any other questions regarding your donation, please feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find information on how to donate on our website at http://www.fast-aid.org/donations.html.
We truly appreciate all of your support and ask that you share this update as well as continue to keep those we are assisting in your thoughts and prayers.
They say the third time is a charm… and in the case of DragonFire-sponsored Pro Unlimited UTV pilot Lacrecia Beurrier this is certainly true. She beat the odds in Las Vegas and won the legendary Mint 400 this past weekend! Since the inaugural event back in 1967, the 400-mile race through the Nevada desert has earned its reputation for being the toughest off-road race in North America. In fact, last year Lacrecia was lucky to even finish, but this year she hit the jackpot at The Mint!
Following a thrilling debut in 2014, the SPEED Energy Stadium Super Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS will return to the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg March 27-29 with two weekend races and a 30-minute practice session on Friday afternoon.
WASHINGTON, Ga. – Round two of the 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, took place in Washington, Georgia on Saturday for the annual running of The Maxxis General GNCC. With muddy conditions and rainfall taking place throughout the day, Adam McGill emerged victorious in a two-hour test of survival to put himself into the XC1 Pro points lead for the first time since 2008.
The 2015 AMSOIL Grand National Cross Country Series presented by Maxxis, an AMA National Championship, made its way to Washington, Georgia for the annual Maxxis General GNCC. With rain accumulation through the week leading up to Sunday’s race, Aonia Pass Motocross Park presented muddy conditions all weekend long. However, Factory FMF/KTM’s Kailub Russell emerged victorious despite the conditions to secure his second straight victory in as many rounds.
Two racers were injured in a multi-vehicle accident during the Mint 400 off road race near Primm, Nevada, earlier today. No spectators were involved or injured in the accident. The race was restarted at 4:45 p.m.
“What a race!” Starkey said on the podium. “This is the second time we’ve run the mint, but the first time we’ve won it. We started out in third and got out in front, so we only had to worry about someone catching up. It was unbelievable. The course was great…real fast…getting a little chewed up. It couldn’t be better.”
UTVs and other limited classes were still on the course when Starkey crossed the finish line. Starkey thanked his team and race organizers and reported his car had no flats and the engine was flawless.
It’s just a peek, but today Jeep released a first glimpse at the concept vehicles it will bring out to the 49th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. The annual gathering of Jeepers will take place at the end of March in Moab, Utah. Jeep will bring out seven different new concept vehicles for this year’s event, all of which will feature Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar.