Lone Star Racing Teams Up With Murray Motorsports and Can-Am

Lucas Cooney
by Lucas Cooney
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Lone Star Racing has teamed up with Murray Motorsports, who is racing its Can-Am Commander in the 2012-13 World Off Road Championship Series (WORCS).

Lone Star will be providing suspension components and support for the team. Lone Star has more than a few championship titles under its belts in the WORCS series with racers like Doug Eichner, Chris Ward and Jeff Stambaugh all winning championships piloting LSR suspended UTVs in the WORCS series. Murray Motorsports will be running LSR’s line of long-travel suspension kits on their newly built Can-Am Commander 800 and 1000 specifically for the WORCS series.

Murray Motorsports has some very impressive results under its belts as well, like winning the 2012 Mint 400, the Henderson Desert Challenge, Silver State 300 and finishing second place in the Baja 500. The team is currently on a 17-consecutive desert finishing streak with over 4,000 miles of desert racing behind it and is currently in the points lead in the BITD 1900 pro UTV class.

“It seemed like a natural fit to join up with the Murray race team and Can-Am, says Lone Star’s Greg Frantz. “They both have a proven track record, and we are confident we can help them succeed in the WORCS series. We are excited to have these guys pushing our products to the limit, so we can make sure we have the best suspension kits out there and develop even better products for the future!”

Look for the Murray Motorsports team to unveil its new WORCS Commander racer at the 2012 Sand Sports Super Show in Southern California on September 14-16.