This year, the V2R was part of the TrophyLite R4 Series and 15 teams showed up to try and just finish this monster of an event let alone try to race for the TL Championship. First off the line and into the 105 degree desert was John Ferrari in the #6013 R4, who had taken some time off to rebuild his truck for this race. He would lead the pack into Pit #1, 32 miles into the race but he would not lead on corrected time. Josh Cobb who had started 8th off the line had worked his way past 4 other trucks and was leading the race on the clock but was 4th on the road. Greg Bragg was second while series points leader, Ryan Winner was in 3rd but you could throw a table napkin over all 4 trucks. By pit 2, which was 57 miles into the race, Ferrari had ...
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The 3rd race in the schedule brings us back to on of our favorite races, the Silver State 300. And for the first time this race would be the TrophyLite National Championship Race bringing the National and Regional series together in a showdown. This year 14 trucks took the green flag making it the most entires we have ever had for the 3rd race of the season in the past 6 years. Josh Cobb, Greg Bragg would battle early, Cory and Ryan Winner, rental truck driver and road racer Joe Fitos got in the mix. But when the dust settled Ryan Winner would hold onto the win. After getting passed by a man on a mission by the name of Greg Bragg, Jim Rossi was able to stay close enough to steal 2nd place on corrected time and landing the 6012 in third. Congratultions to all racers, we hope to see you at V2R.

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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Las Vegas, NV – This year, the longest off-road race in the US, Vegas to Reno was part of the TrophyLite R4 Series and 15 teams showed up to try and just finish this monster of an event let alone try to race for the TL Championship. First off the line and into the 105 degree desert was John Ferrari in the #6013 R4, who had taken some time off to rebuild his truck for ...

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