Langley Productions, sponsor of COPS Racing Team, has just announced it

will be filming in 3-D at The Mint 400 with the cooperation and sanction of SNORE.

This off-road coverage is co-sponsored by Panasonic who is providing equipment and

technical support for this historic event.  As the producers of COPS, LAS VEGAS JAILHOUSE

and VEGAS STRIP, Langley Productions is a familiar production company to Las Vegas

residents, and is now pleased to expand its production slate into the world of off-road

racing.

"There is no sport more exciting than off-road racing," says John Langley, executive

producer at Langley Productions and owner of the COPS Racing Team, which will be

featured in The Mint 400.  "And there is no better event than the SNORE Mint 400, which

combines both the colorful history and competitive excitement of off-road racing."

While the main focus of the filming will feature Class 10 and Class 12, all racers will

play an important role in the coverage throughout the race. "The real star of the filming

will be The Mint 400 and the men and women who race it, "adds Morgan Langley,

also an executive producer and racer in the Mint 400.   "We just hope we can keep up

with the pace," says Zak Langley, a featured driver on the COPS Racing Team, "since

this is a very competitive field in an historic race."

 

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LAS VEGAS, NV – March 02, 2011 – The 43rd annual SNORE 250 off-road race will be staged in the Ridgecrest, CA area this fall. In previous years, this event has been held in Southern Nevada, and Ridgecrest marks the first time this popular event is being held in California.

 

Scheduled for Saturday, October 22nd, the event will feature over 20 classes of desert racing vehicles ranging in size from thundering Unlimited Trophy Trucks and ultra-fast open-wheel racers to popular Baja Bugs and stock VW’s. Racers will compete in the various classes for five laps over an approximate 50-mile course. Race weekend kicks off with Technical inspection of Friday, the 21st, and concludes with winner’s awards on Sunday morning.

 

This event, “The SNORE 250” is the latest SNORE event to be held in this area. In previous years SNORE has sanctioned a summer event in the same area. “ The people in Ridgecrest, and the BLM area personnel that we have worked with in the past have been exceptionally helpful in conducting our previous races, and it was only logical to bring our long-running, traditional fall event to the Ridgecrest area in 2011”, said Robert Gross, SNORE Race Director.

 

“There are a great number of racers from Southern California that race our events regularly”, added Don Wall, President of SNORE. “We appreciate their support, and I’m really excited we can have one of our premier 2011 races in an area that is closer to them”.

 

SNORE (Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts) is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization based in Las Vegas NV. The group sanctions a series of off-road races each year that include both professional and sportsman desert racers. SNORE produces the legendary Mint 400 off-road race that annually draws the elite who’s-who of off-road racing to ‘The Mint”.

 

 

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Contact:

Lawton Shank

Director, Marketing

SNORE Off-Road Racing

702.351.6666

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Off-Road Racing Returns to Plaster City

 

LAS VEGAS, NV – February 23, 2011 – An off-road racing event in the Plaster City, CA area has just been announced by SNORE, the prominent Las Vegas off-road racing organization.

 

The race, scheduled for May 14th, is expected to draw over 250 entries. It will feature over 20 different classes of desert racing vehicles ranging in size from thundering Unlimited Trophy Trucks and ultra-fast race buggies to Baja Bugs and stock VW’s. Racers will face the rugged terrain and natural hazards for five laps over a 50-mile course in the desert near Plaster City.

 

This event,  “The SNORE SoCal 250” is the first SNORE event in this area. “This is an excellent opportunity to stage a race in this area, and to provide a safe, environmentally sensitive and extremely challenging race for enthusiasts from California, Arizona, Nevada as well as Baja and Sonora, Mexico” said Don Wall, President of SNORE.

 

“There are a number of racers from San Diego and Imperial Counties that already race our events,” added Robert Gross, SNORE Race Director. “We appreciate their support, and I’m really excited to bring our group down to stage a race in their area”.

 

SNORE (Southern Nevada Off-Road Enthusiasts) is an all-volunteer organization based in Las Vegas NV. The group sanctions a series of off-road races each year that include both professional and sportsman desert racers. SNORE produces the legendary Mint 400 off-road race that annually draws the elite who’s-who of off-road racing to that event.

 

 

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Contact:

Lawton Shank

Director, Marketing

SNORE Off-Road Racing

702.351.6666

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Race Director Robert Gross is emphatic that there is a distinct possibility that you will finish in the dark! Every attempt is made to stay on schedule, but unforeseen circumstances may delay heat schedule timetables. In other words; Bring Lights and Be Prepared!

 

The volume of requests for posting member videos on our website is increasing, Our main page is allocated for topics of general information and interest to our members.

 

To serve our members who wish to post videos, we have established a new section in the Communications box on the left titled Videos-to-View. Videos submitted by our members will be posted in this section.

 

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All racers are permitted to occupy

ONLY ONE 40’-0’ space PER ENTERED VEHICLE

 

Having one vehicle entered in two classes

DOES NOT MEAN you can occupy 80 feet!


Any entrant occupying more than their allotted space will be requested by the Race Director to reduce their overall space to the area allocated to them. His request will be NON-NEGOTIABLE!

Please display consideration for your fellow racers…

 

Also - Please park non-race support vehicles such as RVs, motorhomes, and personal vehicles in back of your pits – Do not take up valuable space at the front of your area…

 

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