K&N Filters continues to provide a breath of fresh air for Championship Off Road Racing and its drivers Indianapolis, Ind. (April 6, 2004)-It took Jeremy Subriar of K&N Filters three seconds. It's the same for a lot of other off-road fans. ...
K&N Filters continues to provide a breath of fresh air for Championship Off Road Racing and its drivers
Indianapolis, Ind. (April 6, 2004)-It took Jeremy Subriar of K&N Filters three seconds. It's the same for a lot of other off-road fans. The first visit to an off-road race can be exhilarating. Once Subriar knew he was hooked on the sport, it reinforced his belief in his K&N products.
K&N Filters are the quintessential air filter in motorsports. For 35 years, K&N Filters provided clean air to all vehicles, from off-road trucks to the family mini-van.
"When we are attending an event, frequently people will go out of their way to stop and tell us how much they believe in K&N and about their personal vehicles and experience they have had with our product," said Subriar, Corporate Race Manager for K&N.
Though the company has been supporters of off-road racing since their earliest days, K&N Filters officially started their relationship with Championship Off Road Racing in 1999, beginning a bond that everyone at K&N hopes lasts a long time. K&N is proud to be an essential part of the series, noted Subriar.
"I have had employees come and tell me about this 'off road race' they watched on television with K&N banners in the back ground. When you have people that know nothing about racing telling you how cool it was to see the decals on the trucks and the banners in the background, it really means a lot to everybody, said Subriar."
With K&N focusing on providing the highest quality air filters, Subriar pays special attention to how the drivers in the CORR Lucas Oil Series respond to the filters. To assure the drivers have access to air filters, K&N will maintain their Contingency Program, posting nearly $20,000 in awards.
"Many times, it takes a racer to see the potential of a product and sometimes, it takes a racer to make it just a little bit better," said Subriar. "We really value any feedback on our products, from anybody, but especially from the racers who are out there in the elements."
"When you see a CORR vehicle running around with a K&N Filter, through the mud, rocks and dust, it says a lot about K&N and the quality of our filters. If the filters can work on the CORR vehicles, they must work on mine, too," explained Subriar.
The K&N Filters trailer is tentatively scheduled to be at three CORR Lucas Oil Series events. Keep an eye out for the K&N trailer in Crandon (June 26- 27 & Sept. 4-5) and Topeka (July 10-11).
For more information on K&N Filters, visit www.knfilters.com. The 2004 CORR Lucas Oil Series begins May 29-30 in Dresser, WI. Visit the CORR website at www.corracing.com.