I am excited to announce that I was able to put Team GenRight / Falken Tires #4585
on the podium again this past weekend at the 2017 Ultra4 Nationals in our 4500 Modified
The weekend was smooth with no major mechanical failures. The course was brutal and got
worse with every lap! As the track dried out on race day the dust got thick and drivers were
taking bigger risks than before. New rocks were getting dug up and kicked onto the track,
ready to end anyone’s day at any moment. I also got the chance to visit the Renown
Children’s Hospital in Reno on Friday with a few other top Ultra4 drivers. It was a great
weekend of racing! Continue reading GenRight–Ultra4 Nationals – Race Report
Here is a recap on GenRight’s 2017 season:
· King of the Hammers and Ultra4 Off-Road Racing:
GenRight is on the podium at the toughest single day race in the world (King of the Hammers, aka: KOH).
Ultra4 is growing its racers and fans for over 11 years now.
50,000 onsite spectators for KOH alone.
404 media accredited sources to cover KOH race week.
Live feed from remote desert race course to over 4M viewers.
Lots more faithful fans worldwide.
· High Visibility Team:
Featured in Television coverage, 12 episodes on NBC Sports Network in 2017.
Featured in Commercials watched by 4M on Live online feed during races.
Featured in race footage on Ultra4 and King of the Hammers (and others) social media.
Professionally wrapped RV and vehicles with your logo’s on them.
Brightly colored and matching team apparel for that professional appearance.
Prime placement in race pits and at events.
· Very Competitive Team:
Jordan easily wins Fallon 250 race.
Jordan runs another 250 miles to qualify for the 2018 KOH race.
Jordan won the Holley LSfest in Vegas.
Jordan won the Stampede race.
Jordan should be the Series Points Champion (projected for 2017).
· Well Established Team:
Over $1M in assets in place (vehicles, trailers, spares, etc.).
3 cars are driven by Father and his 2 sons.
Dedicated 35-person team.
Professional image and well spoken.
Well respected by other racers and sanctioning body.
Featured as a spokesperson for other companies in the industry.
· Cars in 3 different Racing Classes:
4400 (Unlimited) Tony
4500 (Modified) Jordan
UTV (Unlimited) Jami
· Active on Social Media (as a company and drivers):
GenRight Website: www.genright.com
GenRight Racing: https://genright.com/racing/
Ultra4 Racing: https://www.facebook.com/Ultra4Racing/
King of the Hammers: https://www.facebook.com/KingofTheHammers/
· Produce our Own Content:
We are active and visible at off road events across the country.
This activity produces a constant flow of new pictures and videos.
2 full time people to manage Social Media and Forums.
Content is available to be used by our marketing partners & sponsors.
Can produce and edit product endorsement videos.
Can supply photos of products installed and in use.
Available to be at sponsor events or trade shows.
I am excited to announce that I was able to put myself and Team GenRight on top of
the box once again this last weekend at the Ultra4 Stampede in Rancho Cordova, CA. The
track was a Short Course style based track with multiple rough man-made rock sections that
were taking cars out all weekend. It was a 2 mile loop that was causing as much or more
carnage than a race like King Of The Hammers. We had perfect weather which made for
ideal race conditions and very inviting for all spectators. This was the first time I raced at
this track as part of the Ultra4 series but I was no stranger to the venue, as in 2015, I took
We arrived in Rancho Cordova, CA late in the afternoon on Thursday after the 8
hour drive up North. Thursday night we unloaded and got the pit setup for practice
and qualifying the next day. Continue reading Ultra 4 Stampede–Team GenRight
This year’s King of the Hammers race lived up to it claim of being “The toughest race in America”!
· Jami’s UTV race was on Wednesday and was going well when at mile 100 of 116 a rear suspension bolt came out and broke the rear shock and axle shaft taking them out of the race.
· Jordan’s race was on Thursday and he drove like a champ! At age 17 he piloted his new MOD Class car to take 2nd place only 45 seconds behind the winner. Very close!
· My 4400 Class race was on Friday. We started 94th off the line and by mile 90 had passed 80 other racers! My crew chief radio’d us to let us know we were running at the same pace as the leader and with time adjustment we would be in 1st. The car was running good and we knew we could continue at the pace we set until the finish. When at mile 98 of 178 we experienced a catastrophic failure that would result in a high speed tumble 6 times bringing our day to an end. I broke my wrist and hurt my knee, but feel lucky to be alive!