T-rex-tundra_light-6-13-13Corona,  Ca. - T-Rex Products announces the launch of their all-new Torch Series Grilles.  T-Rex has integrated high power Led Light Bars into their iconic X-Metal Grilles to create the perfect blend of performance & style – delivering the biggest bang-for-your-buck upgrade to come along in decades.  Now, with T-Rex Torch Series Grilles, installing high power off-road lights is as simple as installing a new grille – a top of the line studded perimeter T-Rex Torch Series Grille.  A simple solution that is as stylish as it is functional.

No more expensive custom fabrication & mounting that is often more expensive than the lights themselves.  Torch Series Grilles have been carefully designed to provide the greatest possible light output without compromising grille functionality or creating complex installation challenges.

THR_baja-500_SCORE-5-28-13Corona, CA – May 28th – With more than a year under their belts working together as a team for THR Motorsports / Monster Energy / Precision Concepts Kawasaki, Robby Bell, Steve Hengeveld and David Pearson know exactly what it takes to win. And as the defending overall motorcycle champions in the 45th Tecate / Monster Energy / SCORE Baja 500, they’ve added a new weapon: Taylor Robert.

The 22-year-old from Arizona may be new to racing in Baja, but he has years of experience in many other arenas. He’s the defending WORCS champion, where he’s had a solid career having won the WORCS Pro 2 championship in 2008. He’s also represented Team USA abroad, earning gold medals at ISDEs in Mexico and Germany. This year, he’s concentrating on EnduroCross both domestically and internationally thanks to the inclusion of Enduro X at X Games in Brazil, Germany, Spain and the U.S. Racing is definitely in his blood.

Corona, CA – Robby Bell, Steve Hengeveld and David Pearson are ready to carry the momentum of recent wins south of the border next week at the MasterCraft Safety Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250. They’ll split seat time as usual aboard their THR Motorsports / Monster Energy / Precision Concepts Kawasaki KX450F, meticulously prepared by Bob Bell of Precision Concepts, in the first of three SCORE races.

While this will be the first race SCORE has produced under the helm of new owner Roger Norman, the THR trio expects no surprises in the one-loop, 254-mile course that employs a mix of new and old tracks.

CORONA, CA -  Lucas Oil Products, Inc. and Lucas Oil Production Studios are pleased to announce the most comprehensive television package in the history of short course off road racing. The 2012 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series television coverage will include 62 hours of original programming along with 168 hours of guaranteed re-airings for a total of 230 hours of exposure spread across five major networks; CBS, CBS Sports, NBC Sports, SPEED and MAVTV.

According to Joyce Julius and Associates®, in 2011 the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series created over $63.4 million in value for series sponsors and an additional $48.4 million in value for team sponsors, for a total annual exposure value of $111.8 million to the series and team sponsors.

“With eight times the programming on CBS-affiliated networks in 2012 and two re-airs for all MAV TV shows, the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series will receive 106 additional hours of total air time over 2011-an incredible 85% increase over last year,” said Alex Striler, Director of Sales and Marketing for the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series.  “We expect the total exposure value for our 2012 series sponsors and team sponsors to increase proportionally.”

Corona, CA – Husqvarna CH Racing Monster Energy Team rider Juha Salminen has been crowned Enduro 1 world champion, placing his TE250 on the top step of the E1 class podium on the first day’s competition at the final round of the 2011 series – the GP of France.

Following teammate Antoine Meo’s crowning as Enduro 2 World Champion for Husqvarna at the penultimate round of the WEC series in Andorra, Salminen’s championship success brings Husqvarna’s participation in the ’11 WEC series to a triumphant close.

“It’s a great feeling to have won another world title, and to be a part of what has been a fantastic season for Husqvarna,” Salminen commented. “Everyone in the team has put in a huge amount of effort this year and that’s been rewarded with two world titles. It’s been a fantastic season and it feels great to be world champion again.”

“This has been a fantastic season for us in so many ways,” said Husqvarna Racing coordinator Martino Bianchi. “But the most important thing is that we proved the competitiveness and reliability of both the TE250 and TE310. This is a great time for Husqvarna and for everyone in the company as well as for the CH Racing Team and all of their partners. It’s been a long and challenging season. Now it’s time to enjoy what we have achieved and celebrate.”