Laughlin Desert: Glass and Ford wins again

Glass Chiropractic Wins Sixth Consecutive Race at Laughlin On Sunday, Dr. Macrae Glass scored his sixth consecutive win in the Laughlin, Nevada SCORE Race in the past three seasons. On Saturday, the truck ran its fastest ever Lauglin Race ...

Glass Chiropractic Wins Sixth Consecutive Race at Laughlin

On Sunday, Dr. Macrae Glass scored his sixth consecutive win in the Laughlin, Nevada SCORE Race in the past three seasons. On Saturday, the truck ran its fastest ever Lauglin Race finishing 1st for the three lap race in 55 minutes. Sunday was a bit slower, but still finishing 15 minutes ahead of the second place Factory Sponsored Izuzu driven by Robert Land. In the overall two day event, the Ranger had an overall average speed of 40.66 mph.

The Glass Chiropractic Ranger continues to show what Ford Tough trucks are all about, with stats like six consecutive wins in Laughlin, winning the Baja 2000, 500 and 250 races, two consecutive SCORE Stock Mini Season Championships, and 12 first place finishes, six second place and three third places in the 23 races it has run so far. Out of 23 races, the Ranger has finished 21 of those races, so it just don't get much better than that.

In my 30 years working at the Arizona Proving Ground, I have always had great pride in our Tough Trucks. Racing with the Glass Chriropractic Team the past three seasons, I have seen that Ranger lite up many an eye, particularly at the Baja, Mexico Races. At the Baja 2000 race, the Ranger performed flawlessly, breaking only a pinch bolt for the entire race. There is no doubt in my mind, that is the tuffest Ranger on the Baja.

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