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Arai Helmet GP-6 PED SAH2010 provides the latest incarnation of the iconic Arai GP Series using the same shell shape as the Arai GP-6 RC Formula 1 Helmet. The helmet is constructed using Arai's PBcLc (Peripherally Belted Complex Laminate construction). The shell has been strengthened to allow for an extremely soft EPS liner for more comfort and better impact energy management.(Factory installed threaded inserts for hans Posts and FIA sticker certification).
FEBRUARY 13, 2012
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NEWEST SUPPORTER OF:
425 MOTORSPORTS IN BELLEVUE, WASHINGTON
Josh Frederick and Kyle Chaney team drivers, for Motoworks/Can-Am Factory Race Team will be outfitted in all their race gear by 425 Motorsports, a new supporter of off-road racing.
“425 Motorsports is excited to venture into the arena of providing safety equipment to the off-road division of racing” says Dan Reiss, CEO of 425 Motorsports. In the 2012 season 425 Motorsports is supporting Josh Frederick and Kyle Chaney team drivers for Motoworks/Can-Am Factory Race team by outfitting them in OMP Sport safety equipment. Safety equipment is now required to race in off-road side by side racing. All riders must have a helmet, eye protection, gloves, protective clothing and boots.
“These racers need the safety equipment and we are happy to provide it to them. This class of racers have INSANE skills- and what they expose themselves to warrants quality safety equipment” says Reiss.
425 Motorsports caters and specializes in automotive racing and driving equipment for all automotive enthusiasts. 425 sells the most sought after racing equipment on the market and offers quality brands and top products that are trusted by professional racers and auto enthusiasts, worldwide. 425motorsports.com
If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Dan Reiss please contact Jaclyn Cochran at 425-747-0777 or email@example.com
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425 Motorsports would like to remember a great legend today. Colin Mcrae lost his life in 2007 in a tragic helicopter crash. The story is heartbreaking and we would like to show our respect to his family and friends by dedicating today's blog to Colin on the Anniversary of his passing. You were a great legend, a great husband and father...may you rest in peace.
"The Scot’s name is legendary in the world of motorsport. A spectacular, flamboyant and totally committed driving style brought him to the attention of Motorsport enthusiasts at an early age and there was to be no denying the natural talent that ultimately rewarded him with the title of Britain’s first World Rally Champion in 1995 and an MBE from The Queen for his outstanding achievement."
Article courtesy of:Colin Mcrae WebsiteRead More
8/30/11 10:20 AM
"Bloomberg is reporting that the sale of high-end and exotic cars in countries like the United Arab Emiratesmay swell by as much as 20 percent this year. The reason? Civilized countries just can't seem to kick their thirst for gasoline, and as a result, the price of a barrel of crude oil continues to hover at around $100 per barrel. All that cash is flowing straight into the bank accounts of aristocrats like Sheikh Hamad, who happens to own over 200 vehicles housed in a pyramid-shaped garage. Among his collection are a 16-foot-tall Dodge Power Wagon and what Bloomberg calls a "see-through disco car."
6/29/11 11:37 AM
425 Motorsports sends our Congrats to Tanner Foust who represented America well in the 4th Round of the European Rallycross Championship. Way to give em' Hell..in Hell...well you know what we mean.
"HELL, NORWAY (JUNE 26, 2011) - Rockstar Energy Drink Driver Tanner Foust once again put on a spectacular show for fans of the European Rallycross Championship at Round 4 in Hell, Norway.
The American driver set top times and was the fastest in the third qualifying heat to best hometown favorite -- and defending champion -- Sverre Isachsen.
The series visited a new track for this round, Lånkebanen at Hell, near Trondheim. Featuring huge elevation changes and a turn similar to Laguna Seca's famed "Corkscrew," the pressure was on for strong, technical driving.
"Its one of the most fun tracks in the series," said Foust. "But difficult for passing."
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