WORCS Racing

Press Release
WORCS announces new series Presenting Sponsors.
DWT, Dirt Wheels, Motoworks, Dirt Bike

WORCS Racing is proud to announce partnership with DWT and Motoworks along with media giant Hi-Torque Publications in promoting the 2013-2014 WORCS Racing Series. ‘We are very excited to partner with Hi-Torque Publications’, said Mark Kalpakoff, Director of the WORCS Racing Series.

‘Hi-Torque has been the powerhouse in this industry for over 40 years, and now WORCS can share this heritage better with its fans. Dirt Bike and Dirt Wheels are presenting sponsors of both the motorcycle and ATV/SXS programs. The 2013 season will be full of awesome personal adventures for thousands of racers and fans, and we can’t wait to see it captured in print’.
WORCS is honored to work with Hi-Torque, the industry leader in motor sports publications.

Rocky Mountain ATV/MC is doing a special program in conjunction with the WORCS/Hi-Torque partnership. For all new paid subscribers to any of the four Hi-Torque magazines (Dirt Bike, MXA, Dirt Wheels and ATV/UTV Action), Rocky Mountain will send each subscriber a $25 gift card to spend on Rocky Mountain’s quality dirt bike, motocross, ATV and UTV accessories, parts, gear or apparel.

Motowork and DWT have both stepped up big time to become series presenting sponsors along with the Hi-Torque brands. Motoworks will present the motorcycle side and DWT will Present the ATV/SXS. Both of DWT and Motoworks have been a major part of the infrastructure and growth of WORCS as well as being a top line Product for our racers said Sean Reddish, President and CEO of Off Road Sports LLC., promoters of the WORCS Series.


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About WORCS: WORCS RACING started in 2001and is always working towards bringing off road racing the fame and fortune it deserves. Our mission statement: ‘…to bring professionalism, integrity, quality, and most of all fun to each and every round, all the while staying true to the family oriented grass roots environment that off road racing is all about. ‘

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