August 24, 2015 – Durango, Colorado – Team Four Corners 4×4 returned from the final regular season Dirt Riot 4×4 Endurance Racing event with the hardware they were seeking, a first place finish. The patience and skill of driver Jason Kaminsky and co-driver Rick Jenkins was tested for over an hour in temperatures nearing 100-degrees at the Grand Junction Speedway. Starting last in their class, the pair completed a total of eight laps on the dirt course consisting of steep terrain, jumps, and tight turns to advance to first place with only a ten second lead. Overall, the #4678 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited turned in a respective 2nd place finish amongst all competitors in the three classes racing that day.
Scott Doughty, Owner of M.O.R.E., joined the team on-site.
“The whole team was energized to be wrapping up their 2015 Dirt Riot Endurance Racing season with the last event in the Mountain Series recently held in Grand Junction, Colorado. The location change ended up working out great because we were able to host Mountain Off Road Enterprises (M.O.R.E.), one our primary team sponsors,” reflects Kaminsky. “It was great for them to be able to come out and watch us earn a first place finish in our class and second overall. Supporters like M.O.R.E. are the only reason we can get to so many racing and recreational four-wheeling events throughout the season. Please support the vendors who support our sport.”
“It was great to bring home a win this past weekend on a course that was very challenging for us. Jason and I were communicating very well. When you’re navigating in the dust and only ten seconds determines the winner, seconds count and our navigating as a team, particularly in the dust, paid off,” said co-driver Rick Jenkins.
We want to thank everyone that makes this possible, from our fans and crew and their families to our marketing partners and suppliers. We are working diligently right now on planning for the next year!
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