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    GBC Dirt Commander Tires

    GBC Motorsports is all set to launch several new tire sizes at AIMExpo, scheduled for October 16-19 in Orlando. GBC is expanding its popular Dirt Commander line with new larger sizes.

    “We are very excited to launch our expanded tire lines at AIMExpo,” says GBC Motorsports Director Randy Tsai. “We are always working to expand our offerings and remain at the forefront of the ATV and SXS markets. This show is the perfect venue to showcase our new products not only to dealers and media, but also directly to consumers.”

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      GBC Motorsports is offering its GBC Bucks contingency program for the 2014 GNCC Racing Series. More than $200,000 in GBC Bucks is up for grabs this season (over $15,000 available for each of the 13 rounds) for participants in ATV and SXS classes.

      In order to be eligible to earn GBC Bucks, racers must:
      1. Use GBC tires on all four wheels of your ATV or SXS.
      2. GBC decals must be prominently displayed on the front and both sides of the vehicle.
      3. Tech inspection must be performed at the track and form must be signed by the tech (forms without a tech signature will not be accepted).
      4. A separate form must be filled out for each round of the series.
      5. Finish top 3 of your class (minimum of 5 racers must compete in class).

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        GBC Motorsports LogoGBC Motorsports will be offering its GBC Bucks contingency program for the 2014 WORCS Racing Series. The GBC Bucks Awards Program rewards ATV & SXS racers that achieve success while using GBC tires. More than $50,000 in GBC Bucks are up for grabs this season (nearly $6,000 for each of the nine rounds) for participants in ATV and SxS classes.

        In addition to offering GBC Bucks payouts for each event, GBC has added a $1,000 cash bonus for the champion of the SxS Pro class at season’s end. To be eligible for the payout the racer must run GBC tires at each round and must submit a GBC Bucks form for each round.

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          White Knuckle Event

          GBC Motorsports returns as an official event sponsor of the Brimstone Recreation White Knuckle Event. The annual Memorial Day weekend celebration draws racers and enthusiasts from across the country for the Wild Mountain Rampage and other attractions and events.

          Brimstone Recreation’s big spring event, set for May 24-26, features a variety of fun activities for ATV and SxS riders, including the Pro Armor Moonshine Run, mud bogs, drag races, and guided rides through more than 300 miles of roads and trails. The White Knuckle event is always capped off with a performance by a country music artist, and this year Jamey Johnson will take the stage to wrap up a memorable weekend for all in attendance.

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            RJ Anderson WORCS

            GBC Motorsports racers RJ Anderson and Mitch Guthrie Jr. won their respective classes at WORCS Round 5.

            SXS Pro Production

            With temperatures breaking into triple digits, WORCS Racing descended on the small town of Taft, Calif. RJ Anderson took the holeshot and the early lead in the hotly contested SXS Pro class, as fellow GBC racers James Hill and Tommy Scranton followed behind in third and fourth. Anderson seems to be back to form as he controlled the entire race and finished with his second straight victory aboard his GBC Dirt Commanders.

            Despite running in the top five for most of the race, last-lap mechanical issues dropped both James Hill to 12th place and Scranton to 16th on the day. Tim Wyatt finished ninth and Wesley Barker finished 14th.

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