McGrath, Jenkins Earn Bosch Power Pass Awards for Oshkosh – race-deZert.com

McGrath, Jenkins Earn Bosch Power Pass Awards for Oshkosh

OSHKOSH, Wis. – In Traxxas TORC Series Presented by AMSOIL PRO 2WD competition this year, Jeremy McGrath has made a lot of quality passes, but few were as good as the one he made Friday night at the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway. Running neck-and-neck with class points leader Rob MacCachren, the former motocross champion was able to muscle past Rob Mac in the tight infield hairpin corner to take and keep the runner-up spot. For that move, McGrath earned the Bosch Power Pass.

On Saturday night in the PRO 4WD category, it was motorsports mayhem at its best as Johnny Greaves, Rick Huseman, and Scott Douglas all fought for the lead. But in the end, as they all faced crash damage and other issues, it was Mike Jenkins, seemingly out of nowhere, taking the pass for the lead and his second-ever PRO 4 win. In addition to the victory, Jenkins was awarded Saturday’s Bosch Power Pass.

McGrath and Jenkins both receive the Bosch Power Box 360, a music machine that isn’t your average boombox. Inside its rugged aluminum and rubber roll case, the 360 packs full 360-degree speakers for all-around sound, a weather-sealed media bay for an iPod, a powered USB port for charging cell phones, MP3 and WMA support for the SD card slot, external auxiliary ports, a built-in battery bay for either charging tool batteries or powering the Power Box itself, an illuminated LCD display, and a remote control for cranking up the music while cranking up the saw. It’s the perfect sound system for the worksite and its toughness represents the hardcore attitude of the TORC Series’ drivers.

Bosch Power Tools and Accessories is one of the divisions within the $1 billion, 4,000 employee strong Robert Bosch Tool Corporation, which is the North American branch of the largest power tool and accessory manufacturer in the world, Robert Bosch GmbH. Bosch provides a complete line of corded and cordless power tools and accessories engineered to survive any jobsite and allow professionals to take control of their work. For more information, call toll free 877-BOSCH-99 (877-267-2499) or visit www.boschtools.com.

The series returns to action Aug. 14-15 for its second trip to Bark River Raceway in Bark River, Mich. For more information about this event, visit BarkRiverOffRoad.com. All the action this weekend can be seen via live free streaming at TORCSeries.com courtesy of GoPro Cameras and eBay Motors.

For more information on the Traxxas TORC Series Presented by AMSOIL, visit them on the Web at TORCSeries.com. For information on the United States Auto Club, visit USACRacing.com. Both sites will also feature live free streaming of all the events on the TORC Series schedule.

Race fans can follow all the action throughout the TORC Series season on its official Twitter sites at Twitter.com/TORCMedia and its official page on Facebook.

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About TORC

The Traxxas TORC Series Presented by AMSOIL, is the fastest, most punishing short course racing series on the planet. TORC events are packed with flag-to-flag fender banging as drivers push the limits over whoop and jump filled natural terrain racetracks. Off-road racing fans come from far and wide to experience this most challenging form of high-octane competition and once they taste TORC for the first time they’ll be hooked for life.

About USAC

USAC is the sanctioning body of TORC. The United States Auto Club (USAC) adds a superior level of professionalism to the series. USAC will play a major role in series operations just as it does in the K&N Silver Crown Series, National Sprint Car Series, Mopar Midget Nationals, Ford Focus, and 1/4 Midget series. Each year TORC champions will be recognized for their achievements at the prestigious USAC banquet.

About Traxxas

Traxxas, “The Fastest Name in Radio Control”, has honored TORC as Title Sponsor through 2011. “The Traxxas TORC Series” or “The Traxxas Off-Road Championship Series”. Broadcasts of the six-round TORC series will be broadcast on national television starting in September.

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