American Honda Extends 2-Year Deal With Proctor Racing GroupPosted in News on December 12, 2018
American Honda just signed a 2-year deal that will keep the Honda Ridgeline racing in the desert. The deal inked with Proctor Racing Group was signed after a stellar 2018 season. The Ridgeline team has posted a 100 percent finishing rate this year.
“The entire team has worked to develop this Ridgeline platform to compete in some of the most grueling off-road terrain in the world. We couldn’t be happier with the results this year and our continuing partnership with American Honda. We will continue to improve and grow this program,” said Team Principal/Driver Jeff Proctor.
The first-generation Ridgeline truck debuted at the 2015 SEMA Show as a concept vehicle. It raced just a couple weeks later in the Baja 1000, winning a class victory. Over the last three seasons, the Ridgeline has a total of seven wins.
TSCO Racing is in the process of building a new Ridgeline race truck for the 2019 season. The new chassis will feature a powerful Honda 3.5L turbocharged engine. The original race truck is slated to make several appearances for Honda at auto shows and other events across the country.