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Monday
Jun062011

THE HUMMER FINISHES TOP 10 AT BAJA 500

ROBBY GORDON, No. 77 (Fifth in class. Gordon drove the entire race.) – It was good. There were a lot of people out there having fun. We didn’t pass anybody. That’s the reality of it. With Trophy-Trucks today you don’t pass anybody. You can’t; it’s physically impossible because even a slow car causes so much dust that you can’t pass. I couldn’t pass somebody for 100 miles. I followed Kory (Scheeler) for about 200 miles about 100 yards back. I had to change a right-rear (tire), but it is in the system because as soon as I changed the other right rear, I plugged in and the air started going down. We stopped, unplugged it and went with it. It is our own central air system but we still fight with it a little bit in the CV joints. It was a good course, just tough to pass.

Wednesday
Jun012011

ROBBY HAS A SURPRISE AT THIS YEARS BAJA 500

Check out this video from TOYO TIRES on their facebook page facebook.com/toyotires for a sneak peek at what Robby will be racing at this year’s Baja 500 on June 3-4, 2011

http://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=2011134728288

Friday
May132011

ROBBY GORDON AT GLEN HELEN

Robby Gordon To Take On The Best of Short Course Racing at Glen Helen

Corona, Calif. (May 11, 2011) – Probably the most versatile racecar driver in the world, Robby Gordon is always racing. Whether it’s stock-car racing, open-wheel, or where he got his start in off-road, Gordon is always behind the wheel of some sort of automobile, ready to take on whoever will line up against him.

And on May 21-22, at the Glen Helen round of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series, Robby Gordon will be returning to his roots in short-course off-road racing, taking part in the premier Pro 2 Unlimited class.

“Robby’s from Southern California originally, and having him – a famous off-road and NASCAR racer – out on the track will only bring more fans and more competition to an already popular and competitive series,” says Tony Vanillo of the Lucas Oil Off road Racing Series. “We’re really excited to see how he fares out there against the best of the best in modern short-course racing.”

Gordon himself looks at this as a chance to get back to his roots.

“Short-course racing is a lot of fun,” says Gordon. “They’re sprint races, so they aren’t long, and I don’t want to say there’s a lot of beating and banging because I don’t want to beat up my truck, but there is a lot of tight, wheel-to-wheel racing out there. It’s a good show.”

“Too much business, not enough fun lately,” Gordon says, “But since we weren’t in the All-Star Race [in NASCAR that weekend], and with the television package the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series provides, we figured it was a good opportunity to promote our product, Speed Energy, on our truck.”

If you’re in or near Southern California, don’t miss this opportunity to see Gordon take on the rest of the top drivers in Pro 2.

About the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series:
The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series is the evolution of the long standing support of short course racing by Forrest Lucas and Lucas Oil Products. Steeped in the Midwest tradition of short course off road racing infused with a West Coast influence, Lucas Oil Off Road Racing brings intense four wheel door to door action to challenging, fan friendly tracks. Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series: This is Short Course. For more information please visit www.LucasOilOffRoad.com