Off-Road Breaking News

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The 2012 Bakuriani International Off-Road Contest was successfully held in Georgia earlier in February. The recent driving contest was participated by more than 30 countries from around the world.  The main competition was composed of several categories including the extreme, monster and standard class competition. In the extreme category, Armenian driver successfully won in the division. Meanwhile, Gary Gasparyan was able to achieve the victory in the standard class division. The Mitsubishi Pajero 3 stands out among other off-road vehicles in the said competition. A Jeep Wrangler was considered as the most powerful vehicle to win the extreme-class category. Ludwig Ermazyan from Armenia was able to defeat 20 teams in the recent off-road challenge in Georgia. The most dominating team in the event was from the country of Armenia. The winning Armenian team was fully supported by the Beeline trademark company or also called ArmenTel.
Meanwhile, the ACU 2012 British Sprint Enduro Championship was attended by several off-road racers from different parts of the world. The successful event was able to showcase some famous American racer like Ricky Dietrich. The enduro racing features the Enduro World Championship.
In other news, the 2012 King of Hammer Championship title was captured by Erick Miller, followed by Rick Mooneyham. Shannon Campbell ended at the third spot of the recent off-road competition. Graham Jarvis claimed the championship title and called as the King of Motors in desert enduro racing held in Southern California. The recent event was a huge success for the entire off-road racing community.
Charlie Mullins is currently the champion at the GNCC series off-road motorcycle competition. The young motorcycle driver achieved the 2012 Can-Am Grand National Cross Country championship. Despite of the tough competition over the years, Mullins is the first off-road racer to reclaim the title after 4 years. He was able to compete with many off-road motorcycle racers in the past and has been active for more than 7 years now.
Justin Davis recently earned the 2011 Dirt Sports Rookie of the year after the incredible performance last year. He also gained a nomination for the Dirt Sports Driver of the Year, although he was unable to win the award. Davis of General Tires earned the recognition by the age of 18. Davis was very thankful for General Tires for supporting his career. On the other hand, Carl Renezeder joined Davis as one of the recipients in the yearly Dirt Sports awards.

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