Archive for Midwest Off Road Racing MORR

243 Auto Trans Design Gives Back to Sportsman & Pro Light Races Through MORR

March 13, 2010 (Appleton, WI) – Automatic Transmission Design (ATD), a leader in performance automatic transmission manufacturing, continues its longtime support ofshort course off-road racing with its participation in the 2011 MORR Contingency program. ATD is the transmission of choice for many Sportsman and PRO short-course off-road racers. The company offers performance transmissions, torque converters, and trans brakes for a variety of motorsports. Read More→

March 10, 2011 (Appleton, WI) -King Shocks enters into its second year of Contingency support for MORR members competing in the 2011 Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL. The Contingency Plan awards competitors running King Shocks with a $100 product or service certificate when they win their class. This covers all Sportsman classes; Classix, Enduro Truck, Formula 4×4, Light Buggy, Single Buggy, Super Stock Truck, Super Buggy, and Super Truck during all twelve rounds of racing. The total posting is valued at $11,200. Read More→

Appleton, WI (May 6, 2010) – As the MORR (Midwest Off Road Racing) membership continues to grow, so does the anticipation of the first Sportsman only test day at the “Big House” in Crandon, Wisconsin. After a few discussions between MORR president, Dan Vanden Heuvel and Crandon International Off-Road Raceway CEO, Cliff Flannery earlier in the year, everyone agreed that creating a test day at the TORC series’ biggest track would be a huge boost for all involved parties. Read More→