CALGARY, Alta. — After deciding the championship in the final race of the season, the North American Big Rig Racing Series (NABRR) is back for another summer of high-octane racing action.
Last year, it came down to the last race of the season before Peter Van Dyck driving #63 Pinkfoot powered his way past the field to claim the 2006 NABRR Points Championship.
Since 1989, NABRR has thrilled racing fans in both Western Canada and the US who love watching the big tonne trucks racing around prominent speedway ovals in their area.
Van Dyck is back this year to defend his title and the 2007 Season sees two races at Calgary’s Race City Speedway, as well as races in Monroe, Wash.; Tenino, Wash.; and Western Speedway in Victoria.
The new season kicks off with the Oil Patch Nationals, June 13 in Calgary.
Wowtrucks developed a new Web site for the racing series complete with race schedule information, team profiles, photo galleries, and a blog which allows the fans to interact with the teams and drivers.
More information can be found at www.nabrr.com.
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