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Building, Racing, BAJA

It's been a very busy fall 
Team Competition LED Racing

Races and Events, Competition LED is there.

It's been a very busy last few weeks for both Competition LED and our race teams.

Field and Forest tire battle Civil War 2017

Competition LED was on location for the Facebook inspired hill killing tire battle, "Civil War 2017" at the ever popular Field and Forest recreation area.

 Off Road Nights 2017

Our west coast team led by Jordan White was out at the always exciting Off Road Nights event in California. They had a booth set up right in the middle of all the action.

Jeep Jam 2017

Next, Competition LED supplied some raffle items for the local Jeep Jam 2017 event.

Ultra4 Racing Battle in Bluegrass 2017

Our east coast UTV team Sean Haluch Racing attended the Ultra4 Racing Battle in Bluegrass finishing on the podium in second place at this major national event.

The Dirt Series 2017

And finishing off the weekend, west coast team Jordan White competed at The Dirt Series finishing forth, giving Team Competition LED another top 5 finish.

It's been very busy, but I wouldn't have it any other way. Look for us at more upcoming races and events.

Someone say Roadtrip?

Someone say Roadtrip?

One of the great benefits of working in this company is getting to meet up with some of the great people in the automotive industry. Thursday, I visited with the great guys over at OnPoint Connections in Enfield CT. to show them some light bar options for a big project they have coming up. On the way home, I got an email from Axis Fabrication down in Waynesboro Virginia needing a set of the Race 8.5, and Race 7.0 lights for a build by the weekend. Knowing the importance of getting these lights to them without delay, I loaded up the Rubicon and headed out early morning. Despite the crazy traffic and severe weather, it was a great opportunity to keep in touch with another one of Competition LED's official dealers. Alan and the crew build some incredible rock crawling and offroad racing machines, including a single seat vw powered unlimited comp buggy. Heading out, made a quick stop at Waffle House to fuel up. On the way home, I took a detour to visit some friends that were competing at the WE ROCK event at Rausch Creek. Got a chance to catch up with fellow sponsors of the Sean Haluch Racing team, Cora and Erik from Torq-Masters, and discuss some of the next races on the schedule. Back on the road just after midnight, I was able to reflect about how great it is to work in an industry that has so many great people involved in it that are so passionate about what they do. I'm honored when I get a call from some of the best in the industry looking for Competition LED lights, and makes me proud of the great products we sell.
July 09, 2017 by Mark Shea