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e1318261053 Corey Sisler Heads To Texas For TORC PRO Light Unlimited RodeoWhen word spread that Traxxas’ The Off Road Championship (TORC) was going to hold an all-out, no-holds-barred PRO Light race at the end of the season with over $20,000 in prize money, it got Corey Sisler’s attention.  Sisler has a reputation for putting the No. 19 AEM Performance Electronics Ford in contention for the win at every race, so his chance to bring home some cash from the PRO Light Cup are very good. “TORC was very accommodating,” Corey revealed.  “I have proven I can hang with Deegan and Brandt and I want to see what the TORC guys like Caddell and Hubbinette have for me.  If things go well I might have to do more TORC races next season.”  Read More→

Corey Sisler Heats Up Speedworld In Pro Lite Unlimited

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

e1317172360 Corey Sisler Heats Up Speedworld In Pro Lite Unlimited

 Earlier this season during the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) first visit to Speedworld Off Road Park, short course phenom Corey Sisler wowed the crowd by crossing the finish line on fire to reach the podium in Pro Lite Unlimited.  In last weekend’s return to Speedworld, the grandstands were on fire as the crowd braved triple-digit heat in order to watch short course racing’s fastest racers.  Sisler got off to a great start, second quickest out of twelve racers on Friday’s practice with the newly applied AEM Performance Electronics logos gracing the side of his No. 19 Pro Lite Unlimited truck.  Read More→
scaled e1316573817 Corey Sisler Inks Deal With AEM Just In Time For LOORRS Pro Lite Unlimited Racing At SpeedworldIn 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.” Read More→