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3 NEW RZR upgrade kits from FOX Racing Shox

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

Unleash the full potential of your Polaris RZR

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FOX Racing Shox is now proud to offer 3 new stages of performance shock upgrades that will unleash the full potential of your stock RZR shocks. Your choice of Stage 1 which gives you 24 position compression adjustment, Stage 2 that includes race internals and rebound adjustment or all out Stage 3 upgrades that incorporate all the latest technology from FOX Racing Shox. Each performance upgrade includes all new components that will transform the handling and performance of your RZR-S, RZR-4, or RZR-XP. Read More→

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Captivating thousands of fans who lined the race course of the 43rd SCORE Baja 500, FOX Racing Shox racers dominated the top three spots on the podium among the elite SCORE Unlimited Trophy Truck class.  SCORE Trophy Trucks are the top class in desert racing featuring 800 horsepower racing across the desert at incredible speeds.

Las Vegas racing phenom, Bryce Menzies, driving the Red Bull #70 truck, was the overall 4-wheel winner after 452.84 miles of racing.  Menzies finished in 9 hours, 4 minutes and 52 seconds, followed closely by one of desert racing’s most feared competitors, Rob MacCachren, driving the #20 Rockstar Energy Drink Trophy Truck.  Last year’s winner, Andy McMillin, driving the McMillin Realty-BFGoodrich Tires Truck took third.
All three racers are FOX athletes competing at the top of their game with the ability to win races at anytime. Read More→

For the eighth time in a row at a SCORE desert race, FOX Racing Shox earned the top spot among the elite SCORE Trophy Truck class.  With victory at the 2011 San Felipe 250, Rob MacCachren continued the winning ways of SCORE Trophy Trucks equipped with FOX Racing Shox. Baja 1000 Champion, Andy McMillin started the FOX winning streak at the 2009 SCORE Baja 1000. Joining McMillin and MacCachren in the winner’s circle over the past two years are Jesse Jones, Gustavo Vildosola, and Bryce Menzies.

DANVILLE, CA   MARCH 7, 2011  Jason Scherer released his normally polite and respectful personality for the possessed man that races the number 76 car and accomplished his second podium finish at the 2011 Griffin King of the Hammers.  Scherer started 36th out of 100 competitors with his brother Casey co-driving.  It was not long before the duo was passing the competition and out front, just as Scherer has done the past two years. Read More→

Shannon Campbell becomes the only driver in KOH history to take the champion title more than once—he earned his first title in 2008.

Watsonville, CA (PRWEB) March 3, 2011 – FOX Racing Shox sponsored rock racer, Shannon Campbell, wins his second King of the Hammers, becoming the only driver to win the race more than once since its inception four years ago. Campbell charged through the treacherous Mojave Desert, overcoming obstacles that stopped other drivers dead in their tracks, to take the crown with an impressive 31-minute lead over the rest of the pack.

Shannon Campbell shook his head in disbelief, smiling and said, “It’s good to be The King once again. You really cannot believe the beating these shocks take during a race. I could not have done it without FOX Racing Shox’s superior suspension technology and factory race support.” Read More→