Big congratulations to Todd Jackson, Mike Slater and crew! Taking the win at this race 3 years in a row, and the 2014 win was in one of our rental trucks! Congrats to Brandon Arciero for grabbing a solid 2nd and bringing that chassis back to life and getting it on the podium. Craig Spitz was a contender towards the end of last season running the 2.2L motor and has upgraded since. Congrats on finishing 3rd to start off the season in a strong field of TrophyLites! Don't be shocked if you see the SM machine on the box at each race. Great racing from Chantler, Cobb gets stuck on his lid and comes back to wrap up a top 5 finish in his 1st race in a TL. - Read Press Release
Mark your calendars and join us in 2016 as we continue to take part in the Best in the Desert race schedule. Another set of amazing races in store for TrophyLite teams in 2016! 1st race of the season will be the Parker ‘425’ in Parker Az which is February 4-7 and also features a new 2 race format! Early race will feature an early morning start (6:00am)that will be for open wheel class vehicles and smaller cars/trucks, and the 2nd early afternoon start (1:30pm)will be for the heavier weight class vehicles. So head out to the desert and check out some exciting TrophyLite action in Parker! We are more than excited to see you all there.
All bets were off at the final race in the General Tire Trophylite racing series; the Best In The Desert, Henderson 250 in Henderson, Nevada. The season long points chase appeared to be locked up by Andrew McLeod who was leading PJ Guglielmo by a tight but seemingly unsurmountable points tally. Guglielmo would need a perfect storm in Henderson to overtake McLeod. He would have to win the race and McLeod would have to dnf, (did not finish). After a 9th place draw for starting position, it seemed an impossible mountain for Guglielmo to climb however, nothing is a given in the super competitive Trophylite series. In the thick dust and endless rocks on course, Guglielmo’s perfect storm nearly materialized. McLeod hit a boulder in the dust ... - Read Full Story