Anaheim, Calif. – January 9, 2014 – GBC Motorsports will be offering their GBC Bucks contingency program for the 2014 WORCS Racing Series. The GBC Bucks Awards Program rewards ATV & SXS racers that achieve success while using GBC tires. More than $50,000 in GBC Bucks are on the table this season (nearly $6,000 for each of the 9 rounds) for participants in ATV and SXS classes.
In addition to offering GBC Bucks payouts for each event, GBC has added a $1,000 cash bonus for the champion of the SXS Pro class at season’s end. To be eligible for the payout the racer must run GBC tires at each round and must submit a GBC Bucks form for each round.
Anaheim, Calif. – After 8 long months and 12 rounds of competing against the top ATV racers in the country, the team of GBC racers pulled into Crawfordsville, IN for the final round of the 2013 season: the Ironman GNCC. Despite unseasonably cold temperatures the racetrack shaped up perfectly and the heated battles that ensued were enough to warm up anyone in attendance.
Bryan Buckhannon started things off in the AM race with his 13th consecutive win of the season in the 4×4 Open class. Bryan has set a new standard for domination over the past 6 seasons in the 44 divisions, and all of us here at GBC are proud to have had him represent our products. Bryan announced his retirement from full time ATV competition on the podium following his win and stated that he will be focusing his efforts on UTV racing in the future. We look forward to working with Bryan in his UTV career and thank him once again for his efforts over the past few seasons.
Anaheim, Calif. – GBC Motorsports returned as a sponsor of the 5th Annual Yamaha SXS & ATV Roundup, which took place this past Labor Day Weekend at Brimstone Recreation in Huntsville, TN. GBC reps and racers were on hand to celebrate in the festivities, participate in the competitions, and enjoy one of the best events of year.
Along with acting as an event sponsor, GBC Motorsports supplied the Brimstone EMS crew with a loaner SXS ambulance for year-round use. The event kicked off Friday with some open trail riding and the SuperATV.com Show and Shine competition. As more and more visitors rolled in, country music artist Tyler Farr took the stage to get the weekend’s festivities started.
Anaheim, Calif. – GBC Motorsports has announced that there will be $20,000 in payouts for the 5th Annual GBC Motorsports Heartland Challenge. The August 16-18 event in Carlisle, IA draws hundreds of competitors from across the country for one of the most intense endurance ATV and UTV races around.
The GBC Motorsports Heartland Challenge features three different endurance races throughout the three-day gathering of ATV and UTV enthusiasts. The adult ATV Challenge features a 10-hour race in which 14 classes compete simultaneously. The winning Pro Class team will be awarded $6,000 while the Pro-Am winners will receive $3,000. Top honors in the Pro Utility Ironman class will earn the winning rider $2,500, while the Ironman class winner will get $1,500. Other class winners will be awarded $500.