May 16, 2011- Emmitsburg, MD- Bigelow Motorsports owner and driver, Doug Bigelow announced today that the team has partnered with Yukon Gear & Axle for the King of the Hammers Rausch Creek Qualifier (RCQ) in Pennsylvania for the May 21st race . Yukon Gear & Axle has been a supporter of Bigelow Motorsports for 5 years and both entities are looking to take the relationship to the next level. “Yukon Gear & Axle has been a major player in all functions of motorsports throughout the years. We trust every single vehicle in the Bigelow Motorsports fleet to the harcore parts that Yukon produces. Every single race including the King of the Hammers race that we have raced in since 2008 has been on Yukon Axles, U Joints and Center Sections and anyone that has seen us race knows we race for the win. We are very excited about partnering with Yukon for the RCQ and we are looking forward to putting the Yukon Gear & Axle moonbuggy in the winner circle and qualifying for the big race in 2012,” noted Bigelow. Bigelow Motorsports will have live updates of the race via Facebook and will have in their pit area all of the latest Yukon Gear & Axle information and products.
Yukon Gear & Axle is a leading manufacturer in the aftermarket drivetrain industry. The company holds over 22 Registered Trademarks for it’s products relating to drag racing, circle track, rock climbing, street performance, four wheeling, street drags, hot rods and diesel performance. Founded with a mission statement of striving to exceed expectations of high qualifty, competitive pricing and value for its customers Yukon Gear and Axle provides the highest quality and widest possible selection of differential parts at the best possible prices and manufactured using the latest metallurgical processes.
Bigelow Motorsports is an East Coast based rock sports racing team. Based out of Emmitsburg, MD Bigelow Motorsports has been racing professionally for the last 9 years. Doug Bigelow has raced in every King of the Hammers race since 2008 and finished in the top 30 for the 2011 race. He qualified for the 2011 race with a 3rd place finish in 2010 at the KOH RCQ.