Greg Adler KOH 2015 Recap

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With his qualifying time putting him 7th off the line, Team 4 Wheel Parts’ Greg Adler set his goals high for the 2015 King of the Hammers. After setting the pace through the open desert in the first lap, Adler heads out to the rocks where after making short work of the Sledge and Jack Hammer trails, he continued to battle for the lead.

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1717 JEEPSPEED PARKER 425 RACE RECAP

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There were 18 entrants in our class and we started near the back in the 16th position. Each car left the line in 20 second intervals. Driver of Record Dylan Cochran and his navigator Mark ‘Sparky’ Linder started the race and began to set a comfortable and aggressive pace.

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Robby Gordon is Dakar Rally 2015’s Final Stage Victor

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After more than 5,600 relentless miles over 13 days – 48 hours of adrenaline-laced racing – Robby Gordon took first place in Stage 13 of the 37th Dakar Rally in Buenos Aires on Saturday. This is his 10th career stage victory, making him the most accomplished American driver in the history of the rally.

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Robby Gordon Crashes, Finishes 3 Minutes Behind Stage Victor – Dakar Stage 11

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In Stage 11 of the 2015 Dakar Rally yesterday, Team 4 Wheel Parts driver Robby Gordon crashed into an embankment at 100 mph, launching the car through the air in a spin – then landed on all four tires, took off again and shot through the finish in 13th place: three minutes and 11 seconds behind the first place stage victor. Two stages remain in the world’s most formidable off-road race and America’s only competitor has moved up into a top 20 overall standing.

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Attrition Rate Hits 50% as Gordon Holds Top 20 Position – Dakar Stage 10

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Stage 10 of the 2015 Dakar Rally made good on its promise for an extreme competition and then some yesterday, with Team 4 Wheel Parts driver Robby Gordon and the 70 other Rally survivors at the starting line to begin the 534-mile battle for the top time. Just 18 minutes and 32 seconds off the pace set by the Stage 10 winner, Gordon and the team finished in 21st place, putting his overall Rally standing at 20th.

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