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Raceline wheels are hands down the toughest wheel around. After racing 1900 grueling race miles for the season we never had a issue and not even a flat. We are normally running on around, 18 psi in our tires and hitting speeds around 100 mph. My Raceline Monster diamond beadlocks hold it all together and have never let me down. Not even once!
Racing class 7200 / mid sized trophy truck is very competitive to say the least. Most of the competition we race against has big budgets, big crews and heavy horsepower. With that in mind it makes it hard for us, as a rookie team to run up front. But we have been beating the odds and doing it all year. It has been in part because of our constancy. We just keep going and going and our RACELINE wheels helps make that happen in a big way. We ran a total of 1900 race miles and around 2000 prerun and testing miles, for the 2010 season. In that time we never had to change a wheel or have any problems with our tire wheel combo ever!!!. In some races we finished within seconds of our competition. So we need any advantage we can get. So without having to take unnecessary pit stops, for blown tire beads, flats or broken wheels. We can keep our consistency advantage and run all day with out issues. I feel very confident in having RACELINE wheels under my feet.
2011 Race Schedule
BITD: Feb 4-6 Bluewater Parker “425”
2010 Race Accomplishments
BITD-PARKER 425= 4TH
Industrial Metal Supply Grand Opening - OCT- 2010 Irvine, CA - Race Truck and Team on Display
Off road racers race for many reasons. But for me it's not just the race that lured me in. It's adventure, adrenaline and the camaraderie of my Friends and Family working together for a greater goal.
The 2010 Vegas to Reno had all of these aspects plus much, much more. Team MLR's resilience to adversity really came through. This race turned out to be our worst finishing position we had all year. But by far it was our most successful. We only had a crew totaling 7 and that’s including navigators and driver. Tired and utterly exhausted, the Team MLR race truck came across the finish line with only a few hours to spare before the finish line closed. It was a total of 20 hours 23 minutes and 20 second. It was a true test for our rookie crew. Many unforeseeable issues happened during our time on the course such as: Blow trans, broken driveshaft, getting stuck twice etc, etc. But never once did anyone ever think to give up and park the race truck on the trailer. We all worked together as a team and we gave 110% for 20 hours straight. It was
2011 is Team MLR year to shine. Last year we jumped around doing a couple different series to test out the waters. For the upcoming 2011 season we are focusing our efforts with BITD race series and we are setting our sights for a championship and as well as a rookie of the year title.