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Brooks Sweeps In LOORRS Pro Lite Rounds 5 and 6

Posted on May 25, 2016

The third race weekend of the 2016 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing season is in the books and Jerett Brooks has absolutely dominated.

For Rounds 5 & 6, Brooks equaled his performance in Rounds 3 & 4 and once again earned back-to-back wins at the Utah Motorsports Campus, keeping him at the top of the LOORRS Pro Lite points battle.

Jerett was kept busy behind the wheel of his RIGID Industries/General Tire Nissan as he was chased by some of the best drivers in the class. This demanded his best efforts to stay out in front of the field. Brooks was able to control the lead - both Saturday and Sunday—for the entire race each day. Jerett felt the General Grabber MT’s truly gave him an edge over the competition and he is looking forward to the challenge of keeping his winning streak alive in Estero Beach next month.

"I had an awesome weekend! My General Tires were keeping me hooked up in the mud early in the race, and were still grabbing in the dry blue groove at the end of the race!” said Brooks.

Travis Roffler, director of marketing for General Tire, was pumped to see the Team GT driver garner another set of wins on the General Grabber MT.

"It’s really cool to get a winning streak going like Jerett has done and, of course, we want to keep it going," stated Roffler. “We’re very proud of the job Jerett is doing out there,” admitted Roffler.

Related Topics: General Tire, Jerett Brooks, LOORRS Pro Lite, Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series

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