The drivers of the Bully Dog SuperLite Championship get ready for CA.

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The drivers of the Bully Dog SuperLite Championship get ready for CA.

We are half way through the 2009 season of the Lucas Oil Off Road Race Series, each and every race weekend the action gets better and more exciting. A new class to off road racing this year, the SuperLite Championship has had a great start with close, action packed racing and a handful of different drivers on the podium.
“The crew at Speed Technologies (The team behind the SuperLite class) have put together an amazing format with this class, they have made the racing very even and affordable at the same time which gives new drivers a place to enter the sport of off road racing. For Bully Dog the class makes a lot of sense for our business as we are able to reach the consumer directly in various ways. The ability to rent a race truck for only $7500 for a race weekend, the amount of television exposure and the strong foundation made it a very easy choice for us to get involved” states Mike DeFord of Bully Dog Technologies.
Half way through the season the points battle in the class is very tight as John Harrah, driving the Speed Technologies truck leads by 9 points over young gun, Chad Leising in the PMG/Rockstar SuperLite, the next three places in the championship are just as close as Brandon Bailey, David Reyes and Joe Granatelli are all very close to one another. Impressive is that both David Reyes and Joe Granatelli have had big accidents this year but have remained consistent allowing them to stay in the hunt.
Rounds 7 and 8 of the SuperLite Championship are coming up July 25th and 26th in Lake Elsinore, CA. A race that is being highly anticipated as it will be the first night race of the season and there will be a number of new drivers including popular rally drive Andrew Comrie-Picard who will be driving the NOS energy drink truck and supercross star Ricky James driving the SoCal Super Trucks SuperLite with hand controls.
For those that can not make the upcoming race you can watch it live via streaming video at Tracking International. For more information about the Bully Dog SuperLite class visit www.superlitechampionship.com
 

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NOS Energy and TI Team Up - LIVE coverage of LOORRS

Through out the weekend we will be covering NOS Rally driver Andrew Comrie-Picard who is driving the NOS Energy Drink SuperLite Truck

Coverage Start time will be 4 PM to 10PM

4pm-10pm Pit Interviews with Top Drivers, Companies and Race Action

Live Chat Room with Unofficial Results

Catch all the action at Tracking International - Land - Air - Sea



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Driver Overviews

Rally car racing is a four-season motor sport that sees teams take on tests of speed, endurance, skill, and tenacity over multiple days and more than 100 miles of competition. Sport compact meets off-road: it’s like nothing you’ve ever seen before. The team's competitive weapon of choice: a production-based Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution.

One of the top talents on the continent, driver Andrew “ACP” Comrie-Picard is a regular contest leader and one of only four from around the world invited to compete in the high-exposure ESPN X Games in each year since Rally Car Racing was introduced to the competition in 2006. The team got a first-round invitation to return in 2009.

Schedule
Rally America - 2009 competition schedule
Jan. 30-31 SNO*DRIFT RALLY Atlanta, Michigan
Feb. 27-28 RALLY IN THE 100 ACRE WOOD Salem, Missouri
Apr. 18-19 OLYMPUS RALLY Olympia, Washington
May 15-17 OREGON TRAIL RALLY Hillsboro, Oregon
June 05-06 SUSQUEHANNOCK TRAIL RALLY Wellsboro, Pennsylvania
July 17-18 NEW ENGLAND FOREST RALLY Bethel, Maine
Aug. 2 X GAMES RALLY CAR RACE Los Angeles, California
Aug. 28-29 OJIBWE FORESTS RALLY Bemidji, Minnesota
Sept. 19-20 RALLY COLORADO Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Oct. 16-17 LAKE SUPERIOR RALLY Houghton, Michigan
 
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