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Yamaha Launches Online Outdoors Tip Of The WeekYamaha Outdoors has launched a new online Tip of the Week from its main consumer website. The weekly tips include seasonal information on outdoor topics of interest to hunters, farmers, ranchers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who own ATVs and side-by-side (SxS) vehicles. As the Tip of the Week introduction states, "Yamaha is dedicated to the outdoors, and we are creating these weekly tips for anyone who enjoys getting outside on their Yamaha off-road vehicle - whether for work or play, for hunting or farming, or simply for a lei surely trail ride."
On a weekly basis, outdoor experts, including respected journalists, industry partners, and friends, illustrate real-world examples through short stories and personal photographs. Authors focus on the lifestyle and situations that readers live every day and incorporate relevant ATV and SxS usage scenarios. For more information, visit www.yamaha-outdoors.com.
Jeepspeed Adds New Race To Its Best In The Desert 2008 ScheduleCasey Folks, director of Best in the desert racing Association, announced that Jeepspeed, the "Jeep Only" series, has added an additional Best in the desert event to its racing schedule for 2008. Jeepspeed is a Jeep-owners association for racing, rallying, and adventures.
"I am excited to announce this increased participation by the Jeepspeed team. The Best in the desert Series, with five car and truck races, is an ideal venue for Jeepspeed to take advantage of the opportunities the Best in the desert series offers. Jeepspeed will now be running the Bluewater resort & Casino Parker 425, Terrible's 250 at Primm, and Henderson's Fabtech 400," Folks said.
"We are pleased to include yet another Best in the desert race to our exciting 2008 Jeepspeed series. We are elevating our reputation in 2008 by increasing our commitment to Casey's Best in the desert series to three races. We are looking forward to our expanded relationship with Casey and his well-run Best in the desert racing series," Clive Skilton, owner of the Jeepspeed Series, commented.
Jeepspeed offers two classes. Jeepspeed Challenge, Best in the desert Class 1700, is for any six-cylinder Jeep with limited modifi-cations. This is the largest grass-roots starter class in off-road racing today. Jeepspeed Cup, Best in the desert Class 3700, is for Jeeps with any Jeep/Mopar power. For example, V-8 installations in existing Jeepspeed cars or the new four-door Wrangler with a Hemi V-8. This class has been created for Jeepspeed competitors who want to go faster.
"We are pleased to welcome Jeepspeed competitors for an additional race in 2008. We run some tough events here in the U.S. deserts, and Jeepspeed vehicles have traditionally done well in this rugged environment," Folks continued.
For full details on the Jeepspeed series, go to www.jeepspeed.com.
Bully Dog Returns To The Corr Racetrack In 2008 With Greg Adler Motorsports And 4 Wheel PartsBully dog Technologies jumped into CORR racing in 2007 as a series sponsor, as well as sponsoring a number of the series's fastest drivers. For 2008, it has stepped up with a larger program and has its sights based on domination in the Pro 2 Class with hot-shot driver and 4 Wheel Parts CeO Greg Adler.
For 2008, the team has purchased a new race truck that Greg will again campaign in the Pro 2 Class. In addition to the new truck, the entire program has been taken to the next level.
"Bully dog had a very positive year with CORR in 2007. Partnering with Greg and the 4 Wheel Parts team makes a lot of sense for us, as they are one of our premier dealers, and like Bully dog, they are committed to success on and off the track," states Mike deFord, marketing manager of Bully dog.
Bully dog will also be a primary sponsor of the Greg Adler, 4 Wheel Parts des ert-race program. For more information about Bully dog Technologies, or to follow the team throe season, visit www.gregadlermotorsports.com.