In only his second season racing in Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series’ (LOORRS) highly contested Pro Lite Unlimited class, No. 19 Corey Sisler has quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with. Already earning five (that’s right, FIVE) podium finishes this season, fans aren’t the only ones taking note of Sisler’s skills on the track. Corey recently landed a deal with AEM, manufacturers of high quality air intake systems and innovative vehicle electronics. “Corey is exactly what the future of off-road racing is all about. He is young, talented, and dynamic driver,” explained Kirk Miller, AEM’s VP of Sales and Marketing. “The fans love to watch him race and we are extremely happy to have him as a part of the AEM family of professional racers. We have supported a lot of racers and helped them launch their careers; Corey clearly has a bright future in short course off-road.”
Hailing from Temecula, CA, Corey started off racing in the ultra-competitive world of shifter carts and racked up lots of local wins. He quickly moved to asphalt oval racing, then dirt oval racing, to motocross, and now short course racing. The 23 year old is currently seventh in season points, sitting between Casey Currie and Kyle LeDuc; impressive in only his second season of racing. “I am super stoked to have AEM as a sponsor,” Corey confessed. “They build a great product that helps me win races! I am looking forward to having them as a part of my program for many years to come.” Next season Sisler plans to race in LOORRS marqee Pro2 Unlimited, in addition to the ultra-competitive Pro Lite Unlimited class. Click on the image below to see Sisler in action.
Sisler will be unveiling the new AEM colors on his No. 19 Pro Lite Unlimited truck at Speedworld Off Road Park in Surprise, Arizona this weekend. Early this season at Speedworld, Corey battled his way to third place on the track only to have his truck catch on fire a lap from the finish. Undeterred, Sisler made it to the final turn before the truck quit and he coasted across the finish line engulfed in flames, while managing to hold on to third! The Arizona crowd went wild with astonishment! “I didn’t care if the whole truck burnt down! I wasn’t going to quit!” stated Corey. While he hopes there are no flames this weekend, Sisler promises to put on a show for all of the fans in the greater Phoenix area. Those who can’t make it to the race in person can follow Corey’s weekend via his Twitter page @corey_sisler19 and on his Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/pages/