By Mike Henle
Special to off-road enthusiasts
With so many negative vibes in southern Nevada, the Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts are still churning out good times with their friends through the sport of off-road racing. As evidenced by the recent SNORE PCI Race Radios SNORE 250 in Kingman, Ariz., there’s nothing but good times nowadays as off-roading carries the flag. It’s been picture perfect.
For the record, aggressive SNORE President and Class I kingpin, CJ Hutchins, off-roading is on the run with no idea when the rally will subside, especially as partner Justice Brothers are supporting cast.
The most recent SNORE performance drew an impressive following, especially when you consider the cold wind dominated the day’s activities.
“Thumbs Up for the professionalism,” said long-time off-road enthusiast and businessman KJ Howe. “Especially when you consider that the race was run right in the middle of a pandemic. It was brilliant and shows the professionalism of the group.”The Gaughan family, applauded the actions of the group. “We’re going to be there all season,” said Brendan Gaughan, who is a sponsor of the series. “We’re very excited about it. They got it done and had a good event to start the season. The team was down there and the turnout was a decent one.’’
Aggressive driver & President, CJ Hutchins, captured the overall win, followed closely by renown Unlimited Truck driver, Todd Wylie. The two drivers staged a fascinating show before Hutchins narrowly pulled off the victory. Other notable winners were 2020 series Class 12 Champion, Chad Cummins, Abraham Gutierrez in Class 1600, Nathan Vizzo in Class 9 & Eric Garcia in 5/1600.
Next up for the series will be the Motion Tire 300, which will be held in Ridgecrest, Calif. April 2-3. Ridgecrest is always a popular trip complete with beautiful surroundings and non-stop action.
Further information may be found by visiting www.snoreracing.net.