Ross Hoek looks to Double Up at WSORR Opener
Holland, MI (May 29, 2007) - Ross Hoek and his Skyjacker sponsored World Series of Off-Road Racing team is looking to increase his exposure by increasing his seat time at the WSORR season opener at the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri. Hoek will be competing in the PRO-2WD division as well as the Super Truck division at the "Diamond in the Dirt" this coming weekend, May 31 - June 1.
"My intentions are two fold," comments Ross Hoek. "The extra time behind the wheel will only improve my driving performance, but getting in front of the WSORR fans twice as much this weekend, will add market value to our race program. Skyjacker Suspensions is a great partner for RHM, increasing their exposure as well as all my associate partners this weekend, Herculiner, Raybestos Brakes, and Goodyear Tire, is another way of saying thanks for all their support."
New to RHM is the addition of Raybestos Brakes and Goodyear Tires as associate sponsors.
Raybestos is the Affinina owned company's first endeavor into off-road racing. The Raybestos logo can be seen at NASCAR and Indy Racing League events, and now at World Series of Off-Road Racing races on the PRO-2WD and Super Truck Ford F-150 of Ross Hoek. For more than 100 years, Raybestos® brand brakes has been setting the benchmark for premium quality brake parts.
Goodyear Tire has a long history in all forms of off-road racing. Goodyear Wranglers are proven race winning tires at short venues all across the country. Look Ross Hoek to continue that tradition during the 2008 WSORR season.
"Ever since we moved up to the Super Truck division back in '03, I wanted to create a two truck team," states Ross Hoek. "Teaming up with Skyjacker, Herculiner, Raybestos & Goodyear Tire, and all our product sponsors have put us in a position to take the dream and make it a reality. Now it's up to me and my team to bring home a championship."
The first round of WSORR competition begins this weekend, May 31-June 1, at the Lucas Oil Speedway, in Wheatland, Missouri.
The television broadcast of the event, on the SPEED Channel, will be announced at a later date.