The first race of the season is a wrap but WOW what a race! 17 TrophyLite teams started this race that had Craig Spitz out in front early and being chased by Josh Cobb but mechanical issues would strike these two. This opened the door for Ryan Winner who came through on the 3rd lap to take the win followed by Greg Bragg in 2nd and Cory Winner to round out the top 3. Spitz Motorsports addressed their issues and continued on to finish 4th. Kyle Ahrensberg and Adrian "Wildman" Cenni teamed up to take the Vision Hype #6061 to a top 5 finish. Results are still unofficial and will be updated when released from BITD.

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TrophyLite is so very proud to announce that Yokohama Tire Corporation has become the official tire for the TrophyLite R4 series for 2018 and 2019 with an option for a 3rd year in 2020. We will be running exclusively on the brand new Geolandar M/T 33X12.50R15 which, according to Yokohama is lighter (7lbs) and stronger than what we are using currently.

“The TrophyLite Series has grown tremendously over the years and it’s easy to see why. It’s an exciting desert racing series that’s designed to keep the cost of racing down so more people can do it,” said Fardad Niknam, Yokohama Tire’s senior director of consumer product planning and product marketing.
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The TrophyLite Race Series will be broken up in to two different categories. The National Series that will run the Best in the Desert Schedule and the Regional Series that will run three SNORE races and one BITD race. Both series will go head to head at the Silver State 300 or also known as the TrophyLite Nationals featuring double points and HUGE prizes for TrophyLite finishers.
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