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Anyone remember this ?

sb4pro

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Anyone remember this series ? The US OFF-ROAD SERIES . There’s a few familiar names that ran it .

 

Scott Rehn

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HELL YAH I remember that!!! 3 years of effort and juuuuuuuust couldnt quite make it work......PACE execs. even said that they LOVED this property so much more than supercross & wish they wouldve kept it going....
 

Steve Marolda

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Where was I..... I don't remember that at all but those trucks seem to be going pretty good and they don't look that exotic.
 

bullnerd

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Growing up in NJ with no chance to see these races live, I made sure not to miss any that were televised. I remember everyone that was on.

I liked the stadium lites so much that I now own Bob and Beau Briggs cars, that's one in my avatar.
 

jon coleman

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yup, i miss those mteg races at the murph, favorite one was the mud bath , restart after restart, beer after beer.forgot what year it was.coolest was that chevy thunder test track somewere up in the no. county.....
 

9five9

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Thanks so much for sharing these! Crazy to think how far the technology has come. Makes me wonder - were these stadium sport trucks built closer to a modern stock mini or a pro lite?
 

sb4pro

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Thanks so much for sharing these! Crazy to think how far the technology has come. Makes me wonder - were these stadium sport trucks built closer to a modern stock mini or a pro lite?
These trucks WERE the prolites of the day all they did was change the name to keep them more to familiar to the MTEG stadium trucks .
For instance the Chris Brandt truck is the same truck he raced at Crandon
 

dbq61537

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Didn’t Danny Thompson help them get this off the ground? Or am I thinking of a different series?
 

sb4pro

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Didn’t Danny Thompson help them get this off the ground? Or am I thinking of a different series?
You might be thinking of this . It was still called Mickey Thompson but the trucks were closer to class 8s and pro 2s
 
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