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Casey Currie Joins HCR Racing For the 2011 Season

CEDAR CITY, UT – Jan. 20th, 2011 Casey Currie Joins HCR Racing for the 2011 Season beginning with the toughest race of the year, the King of the Hammers. Casey is no stranger to racing or this race in particular, having raced in both the Buggy and UTV classes in past years. This year, Casey decided to step it up a notch and add a custom designed “Hammer’s Edition” HCR Racing long travel kit to his Kawasaki Teryx to give him that extra edge to pull out another podium finish in 2011. Having run this race before successfully, both Casey and HCR came together to design a kit with high clearance J-arm lower a-arms to maximize clearance in the big rocks but still soak up the high speed desert whoops.

Casey is currently sponsored by:

  • HCR Racing
  • King Shocks
  • Summers Bros Racing
  • Monster Energy Kawasaki
HCR Racing will have a vendor booth at the King of the Hammers, so make sure you stop by to check out their full line of accessories for the RZR, Ranger, Rhino, Commander, Prowler, and Teryx. They’ll be offering free demo rides, so you can experience the superior ride quality of their long travel kits. HCR Racing products can be found at dealers across the country, or directly at 888-928-7223.
About HCR Racing
HCR Racing not only manufacturers UTV long travel kits, they produce side doors, skid plates, bumper grills, dash trims, door inserts, bedrail trims, roofs, cargo racks, bed tie down clips, flag/whip brackets, spindles, exhaust tips, and more. All parts are CNC manufactured for precise, fit, finish, and performance. If you own a dealership or parts retail shop, call now to see if you qualify to be a dealer. Check out their website here:

About Casey Currie
Casey was born into the motor sports family. With a family that has been in the business for over 50 years building high performance rear ends for most off road and NASCAR style racing, he has grown up behind the wheel. By the age of 5, he was racing motorcycles, and by the age of 16 he jumped behind the wheel of his first race truck. In 2003 Casey won the MDR series in his JeepSpeed. In 2004 Casey switched back to a Pro Truck and Class 1 taking 2nd in Pro Truck in the Baja 1000 and 3rd in the Class 1 in the Baja 500. The list goes on and on for Casey’s successes and experience in racing. Check out his website here:

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