Fox Racing Shox Continues to Support MORR/TORC Contingency Plan in 2013

Abrams, WI (January 22, 2013) – After a successful 2012 TORC race season for Fox Racing Shox equipped off-road racers, which included winning all four PRO divisions, PRO-4, PRO-2, PRO-Light, and PRO Buggy, the ride dynamics leader will continue its support of the MORR/TORC Contingency Program for the 2013 season.


Fox Racing Shox will offer a $50 product/service certificate to all first place finishers that are competing in race vehicles exclusively equipped with Fox Racing Shox. The offer includes all PRO and Sportsman classes.


“Fox Racing Shox has a strong presence in the TORC series,” remarked Race Support / Special Projects Manager, Todd Toenbroek. “Equipping an off-road racer, whether it’s a truck or a buggy, with Fox Racing Shox is a major investment, and we want to reward those that support our company.”


About FOX
FOX redefines ride dynamics for ATVs, mountain bikes, motocross, off-road vehicles, snowmobiles, trucks and UTVs. In 1974, Bob Fox redefined the world of motocross suspension with the FOX AirShox, and for more than three decades, FOX’s team of enthusiasts and professional athletes have been uniquely committed to redefining ride dynamics that improve your performance. Headquartered in Scotts Valley, Calif., FOX’s main manufacturing operations are in Watsonville, Calif., its off-road division and manufacturing are in El Cajon, Calif., and its Midwest Service Center is in Baxter, Minn. FOX distributes its products in more than 40 countries. ,


About TORC
For more information on the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL, visit them on the web at
About MORR
The goal of the Midwest Off Road Racing (MORR) group is to insure affordable racing for the Midwest Sportsman Off Road Racer by uniting racers with a common voice. Maintaining affiliations with approved sanctioning bodies will allow the competitor and the enthusiast to enjoy off road racing now and in the future.


To participate in the MORR Contingency plan, please contact Mike Reusche: 847-343-4658.