Andrew DeLong may not have experienced the race weekend he'd been hoping for but despite torrential rains, endless mud, huge ruts, extreme track conditions and a stacked field of competitors he wrapped it up with another top 10 finish at the Steel City GNCC.
DP Brakes, world leader in sintered brake technology, has announced that they will be sponsoring an extensive number of ATV riders and teams in 2014.
DP Brakes, world leader in sintered braking technology, has announced its MX/SX and off-road sponsorship lineup for 2014.
Larry Mills, president of DP Brakes and Clutches North America, said, “We are very proud to once again be sponsoring an impressive list of high profile teams, and individual riders, for the upcoming racing season. The lineup is proof of our commitment to the sport.”
This month I only had one race which was final round of the GNCC also known as the Ironman. It was my first GNCC race and I am glad to say I finished in 2nd place, which I have been told is the highest place of any Canadian rider to date.
Corona, CA - July 30, 2013 - After sitting on the sidelines for six weeks with a broken hand, Fred Andrews Racing (FAR) Husqvarna's Andrew DeLong is getting back into the swing of things. DeLong returned to racing at the Rattlesnake National Enduro in Cross Fork, Pennsylvania where he carded a seventh-place finish.
A mere four days after having dominated the opening round of the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) series, XC2-class racer Andrew DeLong backed it up with another victory, this time at The General GNCC in Washington, Georgia.
DirtWise Riding Schools/ KTM-parts.com / Maxxis Race defending Champ Jason Thomas reports about all the racing action at the acclaimed GNCC Round 1 in River Ranch, Florida.
Corona, CA - March 13, 2013 - Andrew DeLong and the Fred Andrews Racing Husqvarna team sent a strong message to their fellow XC2 competitors at the opening round of the Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) Series by taking a commanding win at the River Ranch, Florida event. DeLong finished the three-hour race with over a one-minute lead, having worked his way into fifth overall, demonstrating that he is a clear threat to the XC2 title this season.