Team_Dyna-Max-Logo-7-28-15Monroe, MI – DynoMax driver Loren Healy won first place at the ULTRA4 4 Wheel Parts Glen Helen Grand Prix. On a tight, windy course, Healy maneuvered through a field of broken rigs to secure the win. DynoMax also had multiple qualifiers for the event including Jason Scherer, Tom Wayes, Levi Shirley, Wayland Campbell and Bailey Campbell. In the 4500 Modified series race, Justin Hall picked up a second-place finish.

“Members of Team DynoMax had some exciting races at Glen Helen,” said Chris Gauss, director of performance products, Tenneco. “Congrats to Loren for keeping the winning streak alive, and to Justin Hall, he’s a true ‘every man’ racer who enjoys working on his rig in his driveway – both drivers are great competitors and we’re excited to see how they fare as the season continues.”

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Stow, OH
– Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) competition continued at Glen Helen Raceway this past weekend with a total of five podium spots earned by four Team M/T competitors.

Following a day of heavy rain, officials were forced to postpone round nine of the scheduled championship competition to Sunday, July 19. Round 10 will be rescheduled.

“Given the nearby wild fires and the massive amount of rain that eliminated qualifying rounds and impacted both the track conditions and race schedule, everyone did a fantastic job,” stated Ken Warner, Vice President of Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels.

Brian Deegan earned a second place podium finish in Pro 4, and a third place podium spot in Pro 2. He competes with Mickey Thompson Baja Pro Radial tires.

In the Pro Buggy class, Garrett George earned the first place podium spot with Mike Valentine in second place and Chad George placing third. Garrett George maintains his lead in point standings for the season. And, all compete with Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/T tires.

Round 10 of LOORRS competition will be rescheduled and the date will be announced soon. For more information about the series, visit www.lucasoiloffroad.com.

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Greenville, S.C., July 27, 2015 – BFGoodrich Tires has sold more than 1 million All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires in North America, less than eight months after launching in the market.
The Company’s most advanced light truck tire premiered in November 2014 with 12 initial sizes, and since has expanded to 40 available sizes. A total of 61 sizes will be available to more than 20,000 BFGoodrich Tires authorized dealers when the line expansion is complete in the coming months.

BlueRibbon-Coalition-Logo-9-28-12Editor’s Note: The BlueRibbon Coalition today sent out this action alert regarding the potential cutting of funding related to the Recreational Trails Program. See details below.

The full Senate is gearing up to vote on its version of a transportation bill. U.S. Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) has introduced an amendment to H.R. 22, the DRIVE Act, which would eliminate the Transportation Alternatives Program.

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RENO, Nev., USA — Twenty-year old Carlos Lopez of Tecate, Mexico, who blazed past a field that included the world’s best desert racers to capture the overall and SCORE Trophy Truck victory at the 47th Bud Light SCORE Baja 500 desert race, will be spotlighted during Sunday’s premier telecast of the race on the CBS Sports Network. The debut of the one-hour special will air on the CBS Sports Spectacular show at 9 p.m. (ET) on Sunday, followed eight additional scheduled airings of the popular programming through Sunday, Aug. 2.

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San Diego, CA
– Tyme Agency, athlete Jerett Brooks put in another solid performance this past weekend in a weather hampered race weekend that saw Round 10 of the series postponed to a later date.

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CORONA, California
– It was a short but fast weekend for Casey Currie at the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) at Glen Helen. After a successful practice on Friday, rare thunderstorms came through the San Bernadino Foothills, postponing Round 9 until Sunday morning and Round 10 had to be rescheduled to the Lake Elsinore event at the end of the season. But even with the track drastically changing with all the rain, Casey had another strong points weekend and put down the fastest lap time of the Pro Lite class.

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(MAHWAH, N.J.)
– According to the Strategic Vision Total Quality IndexTM (TQI) study released today, Land Rover is named the best luxury brand in 2015. These results are part of Strategic Vision’s 20th annual Total Quality Index (TQI) study that measures problems and includes over 155 specific aspects of the customer’s experience.

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VALENCIA, CALIF. – The Los Angeles Region of Toyota Motor Sales today presented a check for $110,200 to the Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015 (LA2015) during a Torch Ceremony celebration of the Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) Final Leg for the World Games. To showcase Toyota’s support both locally and nationally, Valencia Mayor Marsha McLean joined Toyota Motor Sales Los Angeles Region General Manager Alec Hagey and LETR Final Leg Team Leader Chief Jeff Spaulding for the ceremony at Westfield Valencia Town Center.

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The Stinger, Brandon Arthur, put in another consistent race during round 9 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Race Series at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, California. His 2nd place podium finish was the third straight for Arthur, catapulting his Competitive Metals, Pro Traffic Services, Rigid Industries LED Lighting, Toyo Tires, HRT Motorsports, Method Race Wheels, Magnaflow, FiberwerX, Aeromotive Fuel Systems, F&L Racing Fuel, Impact, FOX shocks, Heatshield Products, Maxima Racing Oils, Summers Brothers, Wirefab, ECP Powder Coating, Bink Designs and Redline Performance Pro Lite up two spots in the points standings, from 6th to 4th. Despite a weekend filled with weather delays, The Stinger was hooked up right out of the box. Round 9 was supposed to be run Saturday night but torrential rains forced a delay to Sunday morning.