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Raceline Wheels builds the absolute most indestructible wheel on the market. We run the 17x9 Monster Double Beadlock wheels with Aluminum Rings for strength. My race vehicle is also a single seat chassis. Needless to say there is very little space to be able to put a spare tire and wheel on our race vehicle and Raceline Wheels gives me the confidence to do so. I have run the Raceline Brand for 8 years in competition and there is no other wheel that I would ever consider runnin. I have had absolutely no failures to date and I have run the most King of the Hammers races out of any competitor.
Raceline Wheels has the most indestructible beadlock wheel on the market. I have continued to run the brand thru thick and thin in offroad racing because they never let us down. Where other manufacturers fall short I have yet to call up Raceline and tell them that their wheel failed on me and cost me a win. Never.
2011 Race Schedule
Feb 12th King of the Hammers Johnson Valley, CA
Feb 12, 2010 King of the Hammers, Johnson Valley, CA: 31st out of 100
My greatest success during the 2010 race season had to be as a complete team we really started to gel together by the end of the season. Having a handful of dedicated team mates that came out to every race to come together to make us do what we do was awesome. We didn’t have the greatest showing at the King of the Hammers big race in Johnson Valley but I was really taken in at how well our team responded to adversity. We constantly had issues throughout the whole day but we keep plugging away at the race course and finished where we did. We followed the KOH race up with a 3rd place podium finish at the KOH RCQ. Our whole season seemed to be how we responded to adversity and I know we beat a lot of teams just by not giving up.
My most positive race story has to be how well the Ultra 4 competitors treat each other when racing. In Johnson Valley during the KOH race I cartwheeled at speed right after the first pit. I pretty much figured that my race was done and being out front of everyone I watched ninety some competitors fly by me. Many stopped and waved to make sure that I was ok. It was one team at the very end that saw I was going crazy trying to flip my truck over by myself that stopped and helped tug me back over. That act of racing sportsmanship defines the Ultra 4 class and more importantly the “Class” within the class. Something I am very proud to be a part of.
In 2011, I’m most looking forward to chasing a championship. In 9 years of offroad racing I have won only one championship. I would like to add another racing championship to the Bigelow Motorsports trophy case. I am also looking forward to branching out and expanding my racing resume to include more desert racing with FOA shocks in Class One and possibly making the trip down to Mexico to race either the 500 or the 1000.