JCR Honda Is Going GNCC Racing In 2014


January 14, 2014


Torrance, CA : American Honda and Ashton Campbell Racing (JCR) are very happy to announce a multi-year sponsorship agreement that will see JCR Honda competing in the Grand National Cross Country collection (GNCC), the largest and one of the most prestigious off-road racing series in the Oughout. S.


“For us, it’s actually all about new challenges, ” mentioned Ray Conway Motorcycle Race Movie director. “Honda has dominated the RATING series for decades, and has won the particular Baja 1000 23 times, such as the last 17 consecutive events. JCR has spearheaded this effort for a long time, and Johnny has a long report of victories in Baja, including 11 Baja 1000 wins. At this point it’s time for us to look for brand new challenges, just as Honda has with our recent involvement in the world rally championship, and the GNCC series is one of the best and competitive off-road series here in the U. S. ”


“I am very excited for the brand new direction and new challenges, ” said Johnny Campbell. “I have always admired the GNCC collection, from the professionalism of the series company directors, the extraordinary attendance at each circular, the high levels of media exposure and the teams and racers. I am furthermore excited to announce that we recently signed top GNCC rider Chris Bach. Chris is a fast, young skill and a very methodical racer that fits our program perfectly. I am really looking forward to racing in a brand new atmosphere with new fans at some great venues. I have no doubt this will be an amazing year. ”


About American Honda

American Honda Motor Company., Inc. was established in late 1950s and is the sole distributor of Ford motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and side-by-sides in the U. S. The American Honda Motorcycle Division is responsible for the particular sales, marketing, and operational actions for these products through authorized Ford dealers. For more information on Honda items, go to www.powersports.honda.com.


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