AUBURN, AL – April 25, 2011 – ECORS announces its second race in the 2011 racing series to be held at The Great American Park in Auburn, AL, on April 30, 2011.

ECORS, the exclusive Southeast traveling race series, is journeying to the deep south for its Alabama debut, just minutes from Auburn University. Each class of vehicle will run separate courses depending on difficulty and has a two hours to complete the designated tracks.

“The first race in the 2011 series was a huge success with 32 race rigs competing and over 1,100 spectators,” said Rob Klinger, co-founder of ECORS. “We look forward to the upcoming race in Auburn — and brining an action packed race of more than 40 racers.”

Race Series Classes
Class A – “stock” type 4×4 vehicles such as Jeeps, trucks and other SUVs.
Class B – “modified” 4×4 vehicles derived from production vehicles that have been heavily modified to trail and race performance.
Class C – “unlimited” class where nearly any modification is acceptable. Typical vehicles in Class C consist of custom built 4×4 buggies or extremely modified production vehicles.
Class U – UTV/side-by-side vehicles.

For the full ECORS schedule please visit: http://www.ecors.com/schedule

About The The Great American Park
Established in 2009, the Great American Park, LLC., was designed to provide a variety of off-road challenges for drivers with all levels of experience. Currently, the park contains challenges and riding areas for mud riding vehicles, ATVs, and rock crawling vehicles. The Park was dreamed up by its founder, John L. Glass, who wanted to create a fun, family-oriented place to enjoy the sports of mud riding and rock crawling. Designed for both riders and spectators alike, the park’s purpose is to provide a clean, safe place with a lively atmosphere to spend time with family and friends while watching and participating in our events. For more information about The Great American Park please visit http://www.thegreatamericanpark.com.

About ECORS
Founded in 2009, the East Coast Offroad Series (ECORS, www.ecors.com) was developed by Rob Klinger of North Carolina and Ron Towery of South Carolina as an offroad race series for 4×4 enthusiasts in the Southeast US. Currently there are 4 classes of vehicles that qualify to race in ECORS events. Class A (“stock” type 4×4 vehicles), Class B (“modified” 4×4 vehicles), Class C (“unlimited” custom, built 4×4 buggies or extremely modified production vehicles), and Class U (UTV/SxS vehicles).

GREENVILLE, NC – March 9, 2011 – East Coast Offroad Racing Series (ECORS, www.ecors.com) announces its first race in the 2011 racing series to be held at The Flats in Marion, NC, on March 12, 2011.

ECORS is a traveling race series that will be hosting five races at various Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) destinations in the Southeast in 2011. Each class of vehicle runs separate courses depending on difficulty and has a designated amount of time to complete a pre-determined amount of laps.

“Similar to the King of the Hammers and the BAJA 1000, ECORS is the Southeast’s answer to the newest trend in 4×4 offroad racing,” said Rob Klinger, co-founder of ECORS. “During each race we set up each course to allow as much action for spectators and racers.”

This year ECORS will be adding the U Class to the 2011 offroad racing series which opens the door for UTV/side-by-side vehicles.

Race Series Classes
Class A – “stock” type 4×4 vehicles such as Jeeps, trucks and other SUVs.
Class B – “modified” 4×4 vehicles derived from production vehicles that have been heavily modified to trail and race performance.
Class C – “unlimited” class where nearly any modification is acceptable. Typical vehicles in Class C consist of custom built 4×4 buggies or extremely modified production vehicles.
Class U – UTV/side-by-side vehicles.

For the full ECORS schedule please visit: http://www.ecors.com/schedule