Saturday, May 3, 2008

Foutz Motorsports now offering prep and more

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New T Force Prerunner

Spotted prerunning the 500

Latest news from the Red Bull Air Race World Series 2008

Latest news from the Red Bull Air Race World Series 2008

San Diego: Bonhomme bounces back before big U.S. crowd

Britain's Paul Bonhomme led the Qualifying sessions of the Red Bull Air Race in San Diego in front of 57,000 spectators on Saturday, bouncing back from two disappointing training sessions on Friday with the fastest time of the day ahead of Sunday's second race of the season. Americans Mike Mangold and Kirby Chambliss took second and third, respectively, while Austria’s Hannes Arch grabbed fourth place, proving the first podium of his career with second place in the season opener in Abu Dhabi was no fluke. more..

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Friday, May 2, 2008

Volkswagen building V12 TDI Touareg Trophy Truck

Off-road racing team Arciero-Miller Racing is preparing a new Volkswagen Touareg Trophy Truck for the SCORE International Racing Series. The new Touareg TDI is being propelled by the new 6.0L V-12 that will be used in the production Audi Q7 V-12 TDI later this year.

The new truck is a tube frame design currently by built by Arciero-Miller specifically for the SCORE Trophy Truck class. Volkswagen is creating a body patterned after the body style of the Touareg. The body will be about a foot longer than the production SUV.

The V-12 power-plant is based on the 60 degree V-angle block that has been shown in Audi Q7 and R8 concepts in 2007 and 2008. The engine used in the Audi R10 TDI Le Mans prototype uses a 90 angle between the banks of the block.

Aside from the block configuration, the two engines share much of the same technology including high pressure common rail injection and piezo electric injectors.

The Touareg Trophy Truck will debut sometime this fall. Drivers Ryan Arciero and Mark Miller will compete in the Baja 1000 with the Touareg V-12 TDI in November 2008. Arciero and Miller have previously won the diesel class at the Baja 500 with a 2.5L five cylinder Touareg TDI and the Pikes Peak Hill Climb with a 5.0L V-10 powered version.

Thursday, May 1, 2008

NO TO ALONSO and other racing news

SEMA eNews, Vol. 11, No. 18 - May 01, 2008

ON HOLD: The Old School Racing Series has postponed its inaugural season until 2009. The series, which will feature legendary drivers racing stock cars on short tracks, was scheduled to debut this spring.

FAST LADY: Ashley Force defeated her father John in the final round of the Summit Racing Equipment Southern Nationals to become the first female Funny Car winner in NHRA history. Her victory came one week after Danica Patrick’s triumph in an IndyCar Series event.

FULL THROTTLE: The NHRA and Coca-Cola announced that Full Throttle energy drink will replace POWERade as the title sponsor of the NHRA Drag Racing Series prior to the 2009 season. The series will be known as the NHRA Full Throttle Drag Racing Series.

GAS PRICES: What are some race track promoters doing to offset high gas prices and attract competitors and fans to their events. Find out in this week’s National Speed Sport News.

EXPLORING OPTIONS: Two-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart confirmed that he is exploring his options and listening to offers, including team ownership for when his contract runs out at the end of 2009.

NO TO ALONSO: Ferrari officials maintain the team is not interested in two-time Formula One champion Fernando Alonso joining it in 2009.

A NAME: The dragstrip at Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina, will be known as zMAX Dragway @ Concord.

DIED: Road-racing pioneer Cameron Argetsinger died April 22 at age 87.

POWER RANKINGS: With his second Sprint Cup triumph of the season, Kyle Busch jumped to the top of the National Speed Sport News Power Rankings. The National Speed Sport News Power Rankings are published weekly in the 74-year-old motorsports publication.

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Wind Zero Group Proposes $100M Training Area in Imperial County

Wind Zero Group Inc. of San Diego submitted initial plans to the Imperial County government May 1 for a $100 million facility to be used for motor sports, law enforcement training and military training.

As envisioned, the complex will occupy 963 acres near the Octotillo town site,
20 miles west of El Centro.

The complex will offer shooting ranges, a driving track and a simulated urban setting for military, law enforcement and emergency responder training.

Wind Zero President Jeff Everage said there is “a desperate need” for such a facility within a reasonable driving distance of San Diego. Everage said company managers are military veterans who had to travel far to participate in realistic military training.

Builders also want to offer a members-only race track for motor sports enthusiasts. Membership would be similar to a country club.

The development would bring hundreds of jobs to the Imperial Valley, Wind Zero CEO Brandon Webb said.

Tickets go on sale Friday at For SCORE Las Vegas Cup IV at LVMS Dirt Track

July 18-19 special race
Tickets go on sale Friday at
For SCORE Las Vegas Cup IV at LVMS Dirt Track

Las Vegas to host best of SCORE Desert racing, featuring
Marquee SCORE Trophy-Truck and unlimited Class 1

LAS VEGAS—Single-day and combo two-day tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Friday, May 2) for the upcoming SCORE Las Vegas Cup IV, to be held July 18-19 at the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, race officials announced today.
Fans can order single-day general admission tickets or special two-day SCORE Combo packages online starting Thursday at the event website at or by calling at 866.388.FANS, locally at 739.FANS. SCORE Pit Passes will also be on sale.
Individual General Admission tickets are $20 Friday, $25 Saturday and $40 for the discounted two-day SCORE Combo package. Permanent seating at the facility is 8,026 and each of the first three years drew near-sellout crowds for the two-day event. SCORE Pit Passes are available for $10 per day.
Being held on a special man-made ‘chunk of Baja’ course in and around the Dirt Track at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, the best of SCORE desert racing will be on display July 18-19 in the glowing spotlight of entertainment and special events capital of the world.
“The SCORE Las Vegas Cup is a tremendous way to showcase our sport and the world’s best desert racers competing in a major market like Las Vegas,” said Sal Fish, SCORE CEO/President. “Las Vegas Events is a dynamic, creative special events company and it is great to work with them on all three of our U.S. races. LVE continues to step up to the plate and present world class events in a world class city and SCORE is honored to be included on their roster of special events.”
Pat Christenson, President of Las Vegas Events, has high praise for SCORE and the benefit SCORE events bring with them.
“We have worked with Sal Fish and SCORE for nearly 15 years and they produce the best desert races in the world,” Christenson said. “SCORE desert races provide excellent entertainment and the SCORE Las Vegas Cup brings this great motorsport up close and personal for the fans. The economic impact for the SCORE races in Laughlin, Las Vegas and Primm are all very substantial and we are able to hold them on weekends that really help bolster the visitor volume in each of these destinations.”
The event will be held under the lights on a Friday and Saturday night at the world-class Dirt Track at LVMS. Racing will begin at 7 p.m. each night at LVMS. A very popular pre-race fan favorite is the meet the racers party down on the track where racers and their vehicles are available for an hour of photos and autographs.
As a prelude to the two days of racing, the SCORE Las Vegas Pit Stop at Fremont Street Experience will be held on Thursday, July 17. At the SCORE Pit Stop, starting at 6 p.m., there will be a vehicle display and the $5,000 SCORE Pit Crew Challenge for SCORE Trophy-Trucks along with
a meet the SCORE racers party for all competing SCORE racers under the canopy on Fremont Street. Admission is once again free to this event.
Also on Thursday, July 17, at 11 a.m., during media day festivities at the race site at LVMS, qualifying will be held for SCORE Trophy-Trucks. The fastest qualifier will receive the $1,000 SCORE Las Vegas Pole Award. Qualifying will be open to the public free of charge for grandstand seating.
Nearly 90-percent of the 1.5 mile course for the non-points special event will be viewable from the grandstands in the 8,026-seat facility. The event will showcase SCORE Trophy-Trucks, the marquee racing division for 800-horsepower, high-tech, unlimited production trucks as well as the unlimited Class 1 open-wheel desert race cars. The other open-wheel desert classes scheduled to run are Class 1-2/1600, Class 10 and SCORE Lite. With no vehicle entry fee for competitors, the event will carry a guaranteed cash purse of $70,000, plus contingency postings.
Title sponsorship for SCORE Las Vegas Cup IV comes from Las Vegas Events and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Racing will be on a purpose-built race track with limited pavement and man-made dirt simulations of the rugged desert terrain these vehicles normally compete on.
The first three SCORE Trophy-Truck race winners in the SCORE Las Vegas Cup were Marty Coyne of El Centro, Calif., in 2005, NASCAR’s Robby Gordon of Charlotte, N.C., in 2006 and Las Vegas’ Rob MacCachren in 2007. Coyne and MacCachren drove Ford F-150 trucks while Gordon drove a Chevy CK1500.
SCORE International, based in Los Angeles and founded in 1973, is the world’s leading desert racing organization. SCORE produces the annual SCORE Desert Series, which includes three races in Baja California, Mexico and three in Southern Nevada. SCORE offers 28 Pro and 6 Sportsman classes in the desert.
The SCORE Laughlin Desert Challenge, held each January, and September’s SCORE Las Vegas Primm 300 are also both sponsored by Las Vegas Events and the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
Current SCORE official annual sponsors are: BFGoodrich Tires-official tire, Sunoco Race Fuels-official fuel supplier, Bilstein-official shock, Volkswagen of America-official vehicle, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance-official Mexican auto insurance, Slime-official tire sealant, Red Bull--official energy drink and Bosch Power Tools-official power tool. Associate sponsors are: Tecate Beer, Coca-Cola of Mexico, Las Vegas Events, Terrible Herbst Inc., Blue C Enthusiast Advertising, Kartek Off-Road, American Suzuki, SignPros, P.C.I. Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics.
Special sponsors for the SCORE Las Vegas Cup IV are Las Vegas Events in association with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. Associate sponsors to date include the Fremont Street Experience, Dirt Sports Magazine and Red Bull, North America.
Founded in 1981, Las Vegas Events, Inc. is a private, not-for-profit organization that serves as the exclusive major special events agency for the city. LVE is an active marketing partner for this new event.
For more information or to order tickets on-line, visit the official SCORE Las Vegas Cup IV website at
For more information on LVE, contact 702.260.8605 or visit the LVE website at
For more information regarding this SCORE event, contact SCORE International at its Los Angeles Headquarters at 818.225.8402. The official website of the 2007 SCORE Desert Series may be found at

Long Travel F150 is coming

See photos at

The truck known around the Internet as the Ford F-150 Raptor is unofficially official. Spy photographer Brenda Priddy tells us that sources attending Ford's recent 2008 dealer preview in Las Vegas viewed a video of a Raptor mule bombing across the desert at high speed. Ford execs are calling the Raptor the first and only Baja 1000 Trophy Truck available from a dealer.

Dealers also saw a photo of the production grille, the word "FORD" (not the Blue Oval badge) stamped prominently into its black mesh. The anticipated BOSS engine was quoted at 380 horsepower and 400 lb-ft of torque, although writers who cover the off-road market expect it to be closer to 420 horsepower based on the anticipated engine's 6.2-liter displacement.

Ford officials also displayed one of the Raptor's long-travel shocks, built exclusively by Fox Racing for the Raptor program. They will reportedly offer four inches more travel—a 50% increase—than the eight inch shocks found on the Ford's FX-4 off-road trim package.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Naughton,Davis & Vandenheuvel plus more on TORR this Wed!

Welcome to the TOTALLY OFF ROAD RADIO Recap Special for CORR rounds 1&2 in Pomona! Wed 4/30/2008

Some of this weeks Special Guests are:

Co Hosting the Show will be CORRs Voice Scott Rehn,
Some of our othe guests include:
Reigning Pro Lite Champ Robert Naughton,
The Flying Dutchman Dan Vanen Heuvel,
Pro Spec Driver Kevin Davis,
Lance Kane from Racers and Ranchers and
Mike Schmitt who is working with Recue Task Force on a build & Race program to raise money for injured soldiers.

There is definately alot to talk about from last weeks races.
It's going to be an awsome show folks and you won't want to miss it!

The Live TORR show is from 6-8pm on AM 1000 in San Diego but you can always
LISTEN LIVE online at
Where you can always find a whole lot more Off Road news and information.

As always, We want to hear from you 'The Fans'
with any questions,comments or stories you might have!

There are 2 ways to do this.

1) You can call in. The station call in number is 760-720-5236


2) You can text us questions on our forum section at
where you also find our Bonus Tracks,News,Information and Much,Much More!


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Foutz Motorsports Terrible's 250 race recap

Miracles even happen in the dirt.
Foutz Motorsports Terrible’s 250 Race report
Its funny where we find ourselves in that place of amazement at how things work.
You never expect to find a miracle or be part of one of those things that people
think are simply unexplainable. Most of all you don’t expect to find them out in
the middle of the desert at an off-road race just outside of Primm Nevada. Here
is a little story about one such time where I am still amazed at how God protects
us in those times.
It was early morning when we got up to go to the start line of the Best in the
Desert Terrible’s 250 at Primm. This is race number 2 of the series and was
being done in a little different format then we are used to seeing. This race was
split up into 2 segments. The fastest cars and trucks were slated to race in the
after noon and the rest of us “slow” guys were set to run at the break of dawn.
When the alarm clock went off at 3:30 am the thought never crossed my mind
that things would be all that different that day. I figured get up get my driving suit
on and do my thing like any other race we had done before. I mean its not like
my first disco. I have been racing off-road trucks for the past 14 or so years now
so race morning isn’t the nerve racking a wakening that it was in the past. We
had to have the trucks race ready and in staging by 4:45 that morning for an
early start. We had a nice group of trucks in our stock full class that day. I think
we had 10 trucks getting to take the start.
We pre-ran the course on Thursday before the race so we knew what the track
would look like and it wasn’t much different from the Las Vegas 300 course we
raced last year. The only real difference now was that they had run a grader
over nearly 50 miles of the roughest part of the course. On pre-run day it looked
very smooth but I knew it would get rougher as the cars made their laps. We all
had to do either 2 or 3 laps on the 84 mile course for the day. Our class was a 3
lap class. The smooth parts caused concern for us knowing that we don’t have
the most horsepower in the class and that our truck favors the rough and
technical courses. Well it wouldn’t matter much today.
As all of the trucks came to the staging area we all did our normal thing. Our
class is pretty different then most. Most of the guys that race in our class have
been around for a while and from one time to another we have had to help each
other along the way. We have a bond between the competitors that is almost unexplainable
without experiencing it. We have this brotherhood of some kind that
keeps us all in touch with reality. Its some odd blessing of camaraderie that you
just don’t see in other racing or other classes for some reason. Most of us
climbed out of our trucks and gathered around to shoot the breeze before the
start time. We talk about dumb stuff like the weather and what we ate for dinner
the night before. But not much about the race in general because no one wants
to upset their luck or sound too arrogant at this early stage of the game. At this
point most of us kno w that its not in our hands now and we will have to see what
happens at the finish line. Its funny how our class sticks together. I remember a
race a year or so ago where one competitor had a problem and his truck caught
on fire. Every one in the class that came by after the fire started stopped and
gave up a fire extinguisher for them. That’s what I call good sportsmanship, and
why I am proud to be part of this thing that is bigger then any one of us.
It was our first race with our
new KC HiLites on the front of
the truck as a couple of the
guys made small talk about
the cool looking carbon fiber.
As time rolled on and we all
joked about the color of our
new driving suits and who is
your new co-driver the call
finally came from the Best in
the Desert to fire the trucks up
and get into the staging start
line. We all climbed in and
move up into the positions we
would start the race in. We
were first off the line this time but my old buddy Josh Hall was right behind us,
and a bunch of other fast “slow” guys were back there too. We knew our day
would be a battle to say the least. In line Steve from Racers for Christ came over
and we all had a little prayer to set things in the right light before we started the
race. This is again our normal race morning thing lately. As we got closer the
guys from IRC came over in a panic. Our tracking box was not transmitting for
some reason and they didn’t know why. They got me out of the truck and tried to
fix it but no luck. They changed the GPS antenna but still nothing. I had to
literally throw them out of the truck when we were only a couple of cars from the
green light.
We rolled up to the start line and Casey Folks shook my hand and wished me the
old tried and true “Good luck Foutzie… Kick some butt” as he does at every
race. You grow to love that grumpy old guy. He grows on you over time, like a
fungus yes but a good one. The green light flew and we were off. Doug Rauch
who was riding with me got on the radio and called out to the crew that we were
off the line and to start the time tracking. The first part of the race had a slow 25
MPH section we had to go through before getting out into the open race area.
That was painful to say the least. But we made it out into the open track fine and
I had my head on straight as we needed it to be.
We were running along and passing some of the slower buggies that started
directly in front of us. Things seemed fine to me and we were running a good
pace when at about mile 10 we came upon a rolled car, a pink car to boot. Not
thinking much of it I turned a little to the right to pop out of the rut and go around
the car. I drove up about 100 feet or so and started to turn back into the rut of
the course. When I did the front drivers side wheel fell into the rut and it was so
deep the truck just lazy rolled up onto the driver’s side door and there we were at
mile 10 on our side. I simply couldn’t believe that this had happened. I rolled the
truck bad at the last race the Parker 425 after having a steering issue and had to
repair that. Now on the side again meant more body work and loosing time to
get back in the race.
Doug and I jumped out as fast as possible and started to assess how we would
get it back on the wheels to continue. Other cars and trucks were now on top of
us and we were directing traffic around the right side of our 2 vehicles. We
started to jack the truck up on the side with our high lift jack to try and get it back
up on the wheels. The problem was that we were in a wash and the ground was
soft and moved easily. Jacking would be a problem for sure. As Doug and I
worked at it for a while I took my helmet off because I felt short of breath. Not a
smart thing in the race with traffic going b y. After about 15 minutes my old buddy
Jon Krelwitz came by and saw that it was us on our side. He slowed and circled
back for us. We got a tow strap out and guided him back to our truck. His new
Jeep Speed had not been raced and he was out for a good race-test time on it to
find any weak spots. He hooked up and pulled us back on the wheels pretty
easily. We un hooked the strap and I blew kisses at them as they drove off to
resume their race. Now with new hope again I walked back to the truck and
started to gather up our jack and all the things that were on the ground from our
efforts to right the truck. Cars and trucks were passing us the entire time we
were working on this and we must have seen at least 25 or 30 vehicles go by
before Jon even got to us. As you can imagine we were way back in the pack
now. The team that was rolled over first asked me if we would right their car
before we left and we agreed.
Doug and I put the spare tire back on the back of the truck together and then I
went to the driver’s side of the truck to put the high lift jack back on the mounts.
All the while cars had been racing by in the line off to the right that we had sent
so many cars by already. All but one, a blue Jeep Speed not sure of who or the
number but it was a blue Jeep Cherokee for some reason came on the left side.
Down the same side where I was standing installing the jack. I didn’t see him
coming until Doug yelled “Watch out Greg” and I looked back to see them coming
right at me. It was too late to run now they were on the gas and right on top of
where I was standing. The Jeep’s driver was not in full control of the vehicle and
it started to slide down into the rut where I was standing. The Jeep driver was
still in the gas trying to make it through the wash without getting stuck when the
rear end started to slide down the line making it go a bit sideways or diagonal.
The front tires were still on the top of the rut but the rears had fallen in. Now the
rear fender of the Jeep hit my truck at the back fender and made contact. I was
now able to back away a step or two and was by the driver’s door when it hit me.
I was now between the side of the Jeep and my driver’s door. I felt the pressure
of the Jeep pushing my guts into my truck. It pinned me so hard that it spun me
around like a top and spit me out the back of the Jeep like some bad habit. After
it let me go I fell flat on my back.
I closed my eyes because I was sure that this was bad. I remember thinking
when I couldn’t run away fast enough that this was not good and I was afraid.
The feeling of being squashed between our 7000 pound truck and Jeep at about
20 MPH is not fun to say the least. Laying there I was sure that I would have
serious injury, I mean how many people do you know today that have been in
that kind of personal accident and even walked away from being crushed
between 2 cars? I can’t think of any. I did the quick what hurts in my head
inventory and realized that my hips and my chest hurt a little bit but then all of the
sudden I felt ok. I guess the adrenaline kicked in again and I got up off the
ground. Doug ran over yelling “oh my God are you ok?” As I got up off the
ground I remember thinking wow how can that be. Am I really ok? This is a
miracle. I didn’t feel a nything that hurt too bad. Wow. This day I was glad that I
am a Christian for sure, and glad to have God on our side. I could be dead, but
Im not….
Doug just stood there looking at me for a minute. I know he couldn’t believe it
either. As I gathered my senses I told Doug “lets go we have to get back in the
race” and I started to get in the truck. I didn’t want to try and open the driver’s
door now because I didn’t know if it would stay closed after wrecking it so I
stepped up on the front tire and started to go in through the front windshield
opening. I must have been a little dizzy because I had to reach over and steady
myself by putting my hand on the top of Doug’s helmet so I didn’t fall off the truck
I crawled in and got in the seat then fired up the truck and it ran fine. I backed
the truck up to the buggy and we tugged it back over for them so they could get
going. They took the strap off and Doug started to get in the truck. We didn’t say
much about the whole thing that just happened but you could see it in our eyes.
Doug got in and put the other jack back in the holder between the seats and
started to buckle his belts.
Now back in we started to go. We drove out of that wash and off on to the
course. We had lost about 40 minutes of time now and we both knew we were
behind. We picked up the pace and got in to Pit 1 and blew through at speed.
The crew came on the radio and told us we were 38 minutes down from the
leader. Feeling a little discouraged now I said a little prayer and got my head
back in the game. We pushed the truck and completed lap 1 with no other
problems. We had some new rear springs that Jeff from Deaver had cooked up
for us to run and they were working great. We were passing Jeep Speeds and
buggies 2 and 3 a t a time to get around the slower vehicles.
We kept track of time and pushed the truck hard. We cleared our 2nd lap and had
worked our way back up to 3rd place starting out on the 3rd and final lap. We
stopped for some Sunoco fuel at the end of our 2nd lap and the team looked the
truck over and found nothing to cause any concern. Now we thought we had a
chance to win again so we picked up the pace even more. Now pushing our
Fabtech Ford F250 truck to the limit, past what we had ever done in the past. I
figured we had nothing to loose now. We would push as hard as I could without
crashing and see where we finished up. Our 3rd lap time was great and we made
up time. We didn’t have any issues after our incident at mile 10 that day. Our
truck worked great, our BF Goodrich tires hooked up, and our Dirt Logic shocks
took all the pounding I could throw at them. I was truly impressed at how hard I
could run the truck and it held up. A true testament to how good these Ford
trucks are.
At the finish line we were only a couple of minutes physically behind 2nd place of
John Griffin and Jeremy Spirkoff and about 17 minutes off the winner Josh Hall.
While as a team I was proud of our comeback and final finish after all that had
happened I had a great feeling of something else. I was grateful that I was still
here to race another day. I have to thank God for keeping me safe that day and I
know in my heart that I was protected from sure disaster and it wasn’t my helmet,
driving suit, or roll cage. I thought it was important to share this story with
everyone so that we can all be thankful of what we have and realize the miracles
that happen around us, even the ones that happen in the dirt.
In addition to thanking God for my health and continued life I have to also thank
all of the people that support our efforts and make it all possible. I would like to
thank my wife Nikki for putting up with me and all of this, and my kids too,
Aubree, Tyler, and Macie for giving me reasons to live and love. A special
thanks to Fabtech and Dave for all that they do for our team. Thank you to all of
our kind sponsors Ford, BF Goodrich, OPTIMA Batteries, KC HiLites, Dirt Logic
shocks, Lincoln Electric, Deaver Spring, McKenzies, Earls Plumbing, Hooker
Mufflers, Painless Performance, Kales Collision Center, Racers Only, Best in the
Desert, Glass Chiropractic, ADD, Howe Performance, and our entire team that
helps more then I can tell you. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
For any further information please contact Greg Foutz

Ronn Bailey to Compete in the Opic 2000 Tunisia Rally 2008 as the Only U.S. Race Car Participant

Andrew Lavin
A. Lavin Communications
(212) 290-9540


– The Longest African Road Rally This Year –

LAS VEGAS, April 23, 2008 – Vanguard Integrity Professionals CEO & CTO Ronn Bailey announced today that he will be the sole U.S. participant entering this year’s most challenging African road rally, the FIA OPIC 2000 Tunisia Rally 2008. The nine day race, which extends over three countries and 4,123 km of terrain, is the first step of the Rally World Cup. The 2008 Tunisian race starts in Marseilles, France on April 23rd, runs through Libya and Tunisia and finishes in the city of Djerba, Tunisia on May 3rd.

Bailey and his co-pilot Sebastien Delaunay will drive a Nissan Patrol. As the sole American race car driver, he will join 97 motorbikes and quads, along with 90 other cars, 11 trucks and 110 support vehicles, in the largest African rally of 2008. “We’ve been planning the Tunisia Rally for some time now but didn’t announce our participation until today for security reasons,” Bailey explains. “Doing the Tunisia Rally was always a given for me -- part of an even bigger plan.” Vanguard Integrity Professionals, which provides enterprise security software to 500 U.S. and foreign governments, multinational corporations and large enterprises, is sponsoring Bailey’s race team in the rally.

Bailey is commandeering one of 14 teams that will fight for victory in the highly challenging “Regularity Rally” competition. The object for each team is to score points by completing timed sections and overcoming difficult navigational challenges. Sections of the course are only for the Regularity class competitors and are intentionally more difficult to navigate.

Bailey will be at somewhat of a disadvantage competing in the Regularity Rally for the first time, going against 13 other professional teams that frequently compete in this type of event. “All of my previous races in Dakar and Morocco have been in the unlimited open class, which requires driving as fast and hard as possible,” Bailey explains. “The Regularity class is a race of strategy and skill, requiring flawless navigation and consistency. I chose to participate in this class to become more skilled in navigation and race strategy which will improve my chances to win the longer and even more difficult TransOrientale Rally in June and the Dakar 2009 in South America.”
In total, the rally's caravan represents nearly 1,000 people and 350 vehicles. NPO has more than 160 people monitoring the race course, including French, Tunisian, and Libyan rescuers, policemen, and armed forces. Security is overseen by 18 doctors, three helicopters, two planes, four "tango" vehicles, two "friends" rescuers on motorbikes and a medical post. Each competitor will have a satellite system that reports their position at every moment, as well as an anti-collision plan and a direct telephonic link with the PC Course.

Bailey concludes, “I’ve been told the deserts in Libya have cathedral dunes that are the most beautiful in the world. This is particularly exciting since this will be the first time in 27 years the race will enter into Libya. I’m really looking forward to experiencing the Tunisia and Libya terrains. It’s a blessing to be able to do it my way – living adventure. Camping out and sleeping on the desert floor will make it an even more enjoyable experience.”

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About the OPIC 2000 Tunisia Rally 2008 Course
The race begins with a quick special section through the streets of Marseilles, France on the evening of April 23rd. The 91 cars, trucks and motorcycles participating will cross the Mediterranean sea by boat, and spend the next days racing on some of the most treacherous and beautiful deserts in Libya and Tunisia. The race will consist of nine sections through two frontier countries: Libya and Tunisia. For the first time in 27 years, the Rally enters Libya for a four-section loop, with some breathtaking, barren landscapes and the famous cathedral dunes. More information can be found at
About Ronn Bailey
For more than three decades, Bailey has been a recognized leader in information security technology. He has worked closely with governmental agencies and Fortune 500 companies worldwide to solve security issues at the highest levels. Bailey decided his first off-road race should be the 2005 Dakar. Since then, Bailey has raced in the 2005 Rally Maroc race in Africa, the Dakar in 2006 and 2007, and has been a first through third place finisher in six North American and Mexican races. The Tunisia Rally will be his 11th race. To track Ronn’s progress during the race and obtain more information go to

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Todd Cuffaro Dices Nissan/UPR #46 Pro Lite To Top Five Overall in CORR Season Opener

Todd Cuffaro Dices Nissan/UPR #46 Pro Lite To Top Five Overall in CORR Season Opener

SPEED TV Broadcasts Race Live – First Time Ever in Off Road Racing!

San Diego, CA (April 28, 2008) – Championship Off Road Racing opened their season series race weekend with a victory as they broadcasted “LIVE” the first ever off road race on national television. Over the past three decades many races have been tape delayed, but CORR CEO, Jim Baldwin, continues to forge his vision in providing exciting off road racing live on television.

CORR included the huge field of Pro Lites in their television broadcast, which included Todd Cuffaro’s #46 Pro Lite race truck. The strategy headed into the first race weekend of the series was conservative for Cuffaro Motorsports and it paid off handsomely as driver Todd Cuffaro raced the #46 Nissan/UPR CORR Pro Lite to two impressive top ten finishes.

Todd began the weekend with a solid qualifying effort that put his #46 Nissan powered Pro Lite in the top group of racers heading into the first Pro Lite race of the weekend. As the green flag dropped, the #46 allowed the field to settle down in front of him as a handful of the 28 truck field began to drop out of the race amid crashes and mechanical failure.

“My plan coming into the first race of the season was to get into the top ten and work towards the all important season championship. You really have to finish every race to stay in the running for the year end overall victory. As we expected, the first race was filled with broken trucks and close door-to-door racing all over the course. We were able to stay out of all the trouble and run our race. It worked out well as we finished up just missing the podium by less than a second,” explained the 24-year old San Diego native.

Sunday’s extravaganza began when Crew Chief Jorge Lameda discovered a pin hole rupture in the radiator of the #46 Pro Lite when under pressure. Jorge explained, “Early Sunday morning, we were finishing up the last minute adjustments to the truck and I saw a slight amount of liquid underneath the front of the truck and we pressure tested the radiator and found a pinhole leak that was significant under pressure. Unfortunately, the replacement radiator was not tabbed for the mounting points so we decided to pull out the second truck and went to work.”

Todd qualified his backup truck in the 8th position among the 28 starters and once the race began, he charged his truck around the dirt track, sliding back a few spots before settling into a groove with a race truck that was setup slightly different. “

“The Nissan powered truck had a slightly different suspension setup that took a few laps to adjust to, but the power band on Nissan truck is awesome and I have a great connect with the feel of the truck,” commented Todd.

Todd ran hard and charged towards the leaders in the last few laps of the race, but was unable to catch the racer he had purchased his truck from, and ultimately the winner in Sunday’s race, Chad Hord.

Finishing in 8th overall in Sunday’s Pro Lite race, Todd climbed from the truck all smiles as he put his #46 Cuffaro Motorsports team in the top ten both days. The dedication to the excellent prep in the garage led by Crew Chief Lameda and the wise driving by Todd places Cuffaro Motorsports in a tie for fifth place in the 2008 CORR Pro Lite Series Championship.

The top six Pro Lite teams are separated by a mere 23 points.

Todd concluded, “We are very excited about the performance of the team in the first race weekend. The goal was to finish in the top ten and that we did. The support from all of our partners involved in our program is one of the main reasons we were able to succeed in reaching this first step in this very long season. FOX Racing Shox provided us some critical support at the track, as did BFGoodrich, UPR, Nissan and our friends and family.

Championship Off Road Racing will replay the live broadcast of this weekend’s race action on NBC Sports on Sunday May 25, 2008 10:30 a.m-12:30 p.m. PST.

Cuffaro Motorsports returns to the race track at the Las Vegas International Raceway at Primm on May 17-18, 2008 where Todd Cuffaro will pick up where he left off as he heads towards the CORR Season Championship.

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Pre-race Contingency, Start & Finish all to be held adjacent To Riviera Cultural Center for 40th Tecate SCORE Baja 500

First Time in Race History

Pre-race Contingency, Start & Finish all to be held adjacent

To Riviera Cultural Center for 40th Tecate SCORE Baja 500

Over 300 entries from 24 States, seven countries

Expected for May 29-June 1 race in Ensenada, Mexico

LOS ANGELES—For the first time in the 40-year history of the Tecate SCORE Baja 500 desert race, the colorful pre-race Manufacturer’s Midway and Contingency, the start and finish line will all be located in the heart of Ensenada, Mexico on Boulevard Costero adjacent to the historic Riviera Cultural Center, SCORE International race official announced Tuesday. It will be first time in race history that the pre-race activities and the finish will be held on this historic boulevard.

Round 3 of the five-race 2008 SCORE Desert Series, the World’s Foremost Desert Racing Series, featuring over 300 entries, competing in 28 Pro and 6 Sportsman classes for cars, trucks, motorcycles and ATVs, will be held May 29-June 1 in Ensenada, Mexico. Traditionally one of the most popular events on the SCORE schedule, over 100,000 spectators are expected to enjoy the world’s best desert racers in action at this year’s 40th anniversary of the Tecate SCORE Baja 500.

With late entries excepted up to race morning, entries are expected for the approximately 440-mile race from over 25 U.S. States, Mexico, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan. The green flag will drop for the elapsed-time race at 6 a.m. on Saturday (May 31) for the motorcycle and ATV classes in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500, followed by the car and truck classes three hours after the last ATV at approximately 10 a.m. The final entry field is expected to be among the top 10 largest number of racers in event history.

“To have the pre-race festivities along with both the start and the finish of the 40th anniversary of the Tecate SCORE Baja 500 on Boulevard Costero will add another colorful dimension to this great race,” said Sal Fish, SCORE CEO/President since soon after it was founded in 1973. “We will now be able to finish as well as start the race through the wash which will be great for the thousands of spectators that line both sides of the course and stand on the bridges to see the action.”

“Additionally, the cooperation from the Mexican authorities has been phenomenal, especially when you consider all of the government leaders are new this year. It is also very encouraging to see first hand all of the increased safety and security measures that the Mexican government has implemented and will even expand further during race week. In particular the involvement from Baja California State Secretary of Tourism Oscar J. Escobedo and Ensenada Mayor Pablo Lopez has been remarkable.”

The SCORE Manufacturer’s Midway will be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, May 30. Racer and media registration will again be held in the Grand Ballroom of the San Nicolas Hotel. Registration hours will be from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 29 and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday May 30.

The post-race awards celebration will be held poolside at the San Nicolas on Sunday, June 1 starting at 10 a.m.

The race began in 1969 under the auspices of the old NORRA organization and SCORE began its enduring run on July 26, 1974. This year will be the 35th anniversary of the first SCORE race in Mexico.

All three overall winners from last year’s race are entered and all three have won two consecutive years. Las Vegas’ Brian Collins, Las Vegas, returns seeking a third straight overall 4-Wheel vehicle victory with new teammate Chuck Hovey, Escondido, Calif. Collins, who drives the No. 12 Mopar Collins Motorsports Dodge Ram 1500, won the last two year with Larry Ragland as his teammate.

Returning as the two-time overall motorcycle and Class 22 champs is the team of Robby Bell, Murrieta, Calif./Kendall Norman, Santa Barbara, Calif., on the No. 1x Honda CRF450X. Back to defend their overall ATV and Class 25 victory is the team of Danny Prather, Ramona, Calif./Mike Cafro, Carlsbad, Calif., on the new No. 1a Honda TRXX700. Splitting the seat time with Prather and Cafro this year will be Chad Prull, Laveen, Ariz., and Levi Marana, Hemet, Calif.

Collins/Hovey drew the eighth starting spot in SCORE Trophy-Truck while Bell/Norman will be fourth off the line in Class 22 and Prather/Cafro/Prull/Marana will start seventh in Class 25.

To date, the Pro 4-Wheel vehicles classes with the most entries are: Class 1 (23), SCORE Trophy-Truck (22), Class 1-2/1600 (16), SCORE Lite (15) and Class 5/1600 (12).

Leading the Motorcycle classes in entries so far are Class 22 (15) and Class 30 (11).

Class 25 and Class 24 lead the ATV classes with nine entries each.

Among the Sportsman classes, SPT Motorcycles over 250cc has 29 entries.

Among the other early entries is venerable veteran Rod Hall, Reno, Nev., who has entered the Stock Mini class in a Hummer H3. Hall, 70, is tied for first with 17 class wins in the Tecate SCORE Baja 500. Hall’s son Josh and Chad will driver separate Hummers in the Stock Full class. Josh will drive a Hummer H2SUT and Chad will drive a Hummer H3Alpha.

Several crossover/celebrity racers are already entered in this year’s race, led by NASCAR’s Robby Gordon. A second generation desert racer, Gordon, who has won this race three times, is a NASCAR Team Owner/Driver and is entered in SCORE Trophy-Truck in the No. 77 Chevy CK1500.

Germany’s Armin Schwarz, whose World Rally Championship career saw 119 starts, won Class 1 in this year’s Tecate SCORE San Felipe 250 with Martin Christensen, Escondido, Calif. and are currently fourth in Class 1 points in a Jimco-BMW. Making his SCORE race debut in Jimco-Chevy in this race will be German Rally ace Armin Kremer.

Two celebrity drivers who are all SCORE regulars are SCORE Trophy-Truck drivers Cameron Steele and Jesse James.

Steele, San Clemente, Calif., is a TV sports announcer for Supercross and X Games and until the IndyCar merger this year was a Champ Car pit reporter. The Steele family and Desert Assassins race team drew three of a kind for this race as three family members each received the second starting position in their respective classes. Cameron will drive the No. 16 GMC Sierra in SCORE Trophy-Truck, while his wife Heidi will drive a Ford Ranger in Class 7SX and his younger brother Grant will ride a Honda CRF450X in Class 22.

James, whose wife is legendary motion picture star Sandra Bullock, lives in Sunset Beach, Calif., owns the world-famous West Cost Choppers company and was the star of the old Monster Garage television series. He will drive the No. 54 Chevy Silverado.

Debuting her new race team in SCORE Lite will be prominent Automotive electronic and print journalist Barbara Terry, Clover, South Carolina, who will be the driver of record in a Bunderson-VW for this race and the season-ending Tecate SCORE Baja 1000 in November.

The 2008 SCORE Desert Series also includes the chase for the $20,000 Volkswagen Point Leader Bonus and the run for the Toyota Milestone Awards.

Current SCORE official annual sponsors are: BFGoodrich Tires-official tire, Sunoco Race Fuels/Bryant Petroleum-official fuel supplier, Bilstein-official shock, Volkswagen of America-official vehicle, Instant Mexico Auto Insurance-official Mexican auto insurance, Slime-official tire sealant, Red Bull--official energy drink and Bosch Power Tools-official power tool. Associate sponsors are: Tecate Beer, Coca-Cola of Mexico, Las Vegas Events, Terrible Herbst Inc., Blue C Enthusiast Advertising, Kartek Off-Road, American Suzuki, SignPros, P.C.I. Race Radios, McKenzie’s Performance Products and Advanced Color Graphics.

Additional race sponsor for the 40th Tecate SCORE Baja 500 is Proturismo of Ensenada.

For more information regarding the series, contact SCORE at its Los Angeles headquarters 818.225.8402 or visit the official website of the SCORE Desert Series at

40th Annual Tecate SCORE Baja 500

May 29-June 1, 2008--Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico

All-time Overall winners


1969--Bud Ekins/Guy Jones, Baja Boot-Olds

Doug Douglas/Jim McClurg, Ducati

1970--Parnelli Jones, Ford

Bill Silverthorn/Gene Fetty, Husqvarna

1971--Bobby Ferro, Funco-VW

Malcolm Smith/J.N. Roberts, Husqvarna

1972--Bobby Ferro, Sandmaster-VW

Gene Fetty/Bill Silverthorn, Honda

1973--Parnelli Jones, Ford

Howard Utsey/Mickey Quade, Husqvarna

1974--Bobby Ferro, Sandmaster-VW

Mitch Mayes/A.C. Bakken, Husqvarna

1975--Ivan Stewart, Funco-VW

Larry Roeseler/Bruce Ogilvie, Harley-Davidson

1976--Bobby Ferro/Ivan Stewart, Funco-VW

Larry Roeseler/A.C. Bakken, Husqvarna

1977--Ivan Stewart, Chenowth-VW

Larry Roeseler/Jack Johnson, Husqvarna

1978--Bud Feldkamp/Malcolm Smith, Funco-VW

Brent Wallingsford/Scot Harden, Husqvarna

1979--Malcolm Smith/Bud Feldkamp, Funco-VW

Jack Johnson, Husqvarna

1980--Bob Gordon, Chenowth-Chevy

Bruce Ogilvie/Chuck Miller, Yamaha

1981--Malcolm Smith/Bill Newbury, Chenowth-Chevy

Larry Roeseler/Bruce Ogilvie, Yamaha

1982--Larry Ragland, Funco-VW

Larry Roeseler/Chuck Miller, Yamaha

1983--Corky & Scott McMillin, Chenowth-VW

Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna

1984--Larry Ragland, Chaparral-VW

Dan Smith/Dan Ashcraft, Husqvarna

1985--Ron Gardner/Bud Feldkamp, Funco-VW

Kurt Pfeiffer/Scot Harden, Husqvarna

1986--Corky & Scott McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche

Garth Sweetland/Scot Harden, Husqvarna

1987--Bob Gordon/Tim Crabtree, Chenowth-Porsche

Larry Roeseler/Ted Hunnicutt Jr., Kawasaki

1988--Mark McMillin, Chenowth-Porsche

Dan Ashcraft/Kurt Pfeiffer, Yamaha

1989--Robby Gordon, Ford

(no motorcycles)

1990--Robby Gordon, Ford

Larry Roeseler/Danny LaPorte, Kawasaki

1991--Ivan Stewart, Toyota

Garth Sweetland/Paul Krause, Kawasaki

1992--Ivan Stewart, Toyota

Larry Roeseler/T. Hunnicutt Jr./P. Krause, Kawasaki

1993--Ivan Stewart, Toyota

Danny Hamel/L. Roeseler/T. Hunnicutt Jr., Kawasaki

1994--Ivan Stewart, Toyota (Trophy-Truck)

Dave Ashley/Dan Smith, Ford

Paul Krause/Ted Hunnicutt Jr., Kawasaki

1995--Curt LeDuc, Jeep (Trophy-Truck)

Mike Julson/Bob Lofton, Jimco-VW

Paul Krause/Craig Smith, Kawasaki

1996--Rob MacCachren, Ford (Trophy-Truck)

Troy Herbst, Smithbuilt-Porsche

Paul Krause/Ty Davis, Kawasaki

1997--Ivan Stewart, Toyota (Trophy-Truck)

Mark McMillin, Jimco-Porsche

Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie, Honda

1998--Ivan Stewart, Toyota

Johnny Campbell/Bruce Ogilvie, Honda

1999--Ivan Stewart, Toyota

Jonah Street/Torsten Borstrom, Honda

2000--Larry Ragland, Chevy

Jonah Street/Steve Hengeveld, Honda

2001--Mark McMillin, Jimco-Chevy

Steve Hengeveld/Jonah Street, Honda

2002--Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford

Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda

2003--Troy Herbst/Larry Roeseler, Smithbuilt-Ford

Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda

2004--Alan Pflueger, Chevy

Steve Hengeveld/Johnny Campbell, Honda

2005--Robby Gordon, Chevy

Mike Childress/Mouse McCoy, Honda

2006--Brian Collins/Larry Ragland, Chevy

Robby Bell/Kendall Norman, Honda

2007--Larry Ragland/Brian Collins, Chevy

Robby Bell/Kendall Norman/Steve Hengeveld, Honda

Tecate SCORE Baja 500

Overall Champions

Cars & Trucks


*Larry Roeseler


Ivan Stewart


Larry Ragland


Bobby Ferro

**Malcolm Smith


Bud Feldkamp

Robby Gordon

Troy Herbst


Brian Collins

Bob Gordon

Parnelli Jones

Corky McMillin

Mark McMillin

Scott McMillin

**Dan Smith


Dave Ashley

Bud Ekins

Ron Gardner

Guy Jones

Mike Julson

Bob Lofton

Curt LeDuc

Rob MacCachren

Alan Pflueger

*9 on motorcycle

**1 on motorcycle



Steve Hengeveld


Paul Krause

Bruce Ogilvie

Johnny Campbell


Ted Hunnicutt Jr.


Jonah Street

Scot Harden


Dan Ashcraft

A.C. Bakken

Robby Bell

Gene Fetty

Jack Johnson

Kendall Norman

Kurt Pfeiffer

Bill Silverthorn


Torsten Borstrom

Mike Childress

Ty Davis

Doug Douglas

Danny Hamel

Jim McClurg

Danny LaPorte

Mitch Mayes

Mouse McCoy

Chuck Miller

Mickey Quade

J.N. Roberts

Craig Smith

Garth Sweetland

Howard Utsey

Brent Wallingsford

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Baja Boot



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Mammoth Mountain to Host Oldest Motocross Race in the USA

Country’s Top Racers To Compete at the Ford Mammoth Motocross, The Oldest Continuous Running Motocross in the USA, June 19 – 29

Stunning Alpine Scenery Combined with Exhilarating Competition Make For an Action-Packed Event

Mammoth Lakes, Calif. (April 25, 2008)-- Motocross riders are set to wage an epic battle when the Ford Mammoth Motocross, the oldest continuous running motocross in the USA on June 19 – 29, 2008.

The event is a huge draw for both racers and spectators who enjoy the rush of watching the country’s best competitors.

Many of the top racers in the world have honed their skills at this event and many have made a name for themselves on the Mammoth track. Riders such as Ricky Carmichael, Jeremy McGrath, Rick Johnson, Johnny O'Mara, Broc Glover, Donny Schmitt, Steve Lamson, Gary Jones, Kevin Windham, David Bailey, Jeff Ward, Ron Lechien, Bob Hannah, James Stewart, Mike Bell, Donny Hansen and many more have participated in the event.

Mammoth Motocross also has become known as one of the major amateur events in the country. The competition draws the factory riders of tomorrow.

Practice sessions begin on June 19 with competition starting on Saturday, June 21, when the Vets take to the track for a two-day event. The Mini racers compete Tuesday, June 24 and Wednesday, June 25, while the 450cc (301cc+), Women, and Schoolboy event takes place Friday, June 27. The motocross nears its exhilarating climax on Saturday, June 28 with the 250cc (144cc 2 stroke /250F) taking over the track. The competition wraps up on Sunday, June 29 with the Open competition (450/250F/250cc).

On Saturday evening, June 28, spectators and riders can gather at The Village at Mammoth for the Official Motocross Party. The gathering will feature live entertainment, appearances by the competitors, a festive atmosphere, and the chance to socialize with fellow motocross fans.

The event began in 1968, when Don Rake and his friends organized the first motocross in Mammoth Lakes, California. They built a world-class track at 8,000 above sea level in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. Dave McCoy, the founder of Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, enthusiastically supported the motocross and helped nurture its growth throughout the initial years.

Fans looking to get close to the action can take advantage of the Stay and Moto package. The package is valid from June 18th-June 30th and includes lodging, a spectator ticket for each night stayed and a commemorative T-shirt for each adult on the reservation and starts at $89 per person, per night, restrictions apply

In between watching or participating in the motocross, both spectators and racers can enjoy the abundance of outdoor recreation including hiking, mountain biking, riding the gondola to 11,053-foot Mammoth Mountain or playing a round of golf.

Riders can register online for Mammoth Motocross beginning May 1, 2008 at For more information, please call 800.MAMMOTH.

Monday, April 28, 2008

Durka DUrka Photo down for a day or two

We are in the process of moving the site to a new server to fix recent reliability problems. We expect it to be back up in a day or two. The new site will be better, faster, stronger than before (cue 6 million dollar man theme song here).

Thanks for your patience.

New Foutz Motorsports Website.

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Press Release - NBoundZ Karting Campaign and Joe Baugh - NBoundZ’s newest driver

Press Release: for immediate print - NBoundZ announces it’s newest campaign and new driver representing NBoundZ Motorsports and Christian Ministries. NBoundZ MCM will continue to be highly involved with NASA AZ and prays that Clayton Peck can continue to race in some capacity, but Clayton will continue his current roles with the organization and will continue to promote the Thanksgiving event, “The Iron Horse 100 for ALS”.

NBoundZ MCM, in an effort to stay in the very expensive sport of motorsports, continues to try to sell the NBoundZ #350 Nissan 350Z, but makes a bold move in purchasing two karts; one shifter and one TAG, both 125cc. “We evaluated many other options and almost decided to go with Formula Ford’s, but after my wife’s insight and excitement of the sport of karting, I quickly started to change my direction for the betterment of my marriage and the financial security of my family,” stated Clayton Peck As karting as the focus, NBoundZ MCM also announced that they have promoted the status of Joe Baugh from crew chief to driver. “Joey has been a faithful servant to Christ and to NBoundZ, so NBoundZ is very happy to see Joe behind the wheel of a kart and I really look forward to seeing him behind the wheel of a open wheel race car in the very near future,” exclaimed an overly excited Clayton Peck. NBoundZ #1 goal is to boldly proclaim and profess the name of Jesus Christ as the one and ONLY God that can bring salvation to this world, in everything NBoundZ does, now that will include karting with Phoenix Kart Racing Association (PKRA). “This will give NBoundZ a unique opportunity to build vital relationships with kids and their parents enabling NBoundZ MCM to share the free gift of salvation that Jesus Christ provided on the cross to give them more hope than trying to fill their lives up with empty victories of this world. Jesus has already won the race for us, now we should be racing to spread that good news!” as Clayton concluded.

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