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Yokley to race Polaris Outlaw and RANGER RZR in GNCC

 
(9/10/2008)

 

Minneapolis, September 10, 2008 – Polaris Industries today announced
Polaris Racing will support the Yokley Racing/National Guard race team
for the 2009 Grand National Cross Country (GNCC) season.

"We're excited to add the Yokley Racing/National Guard race team to
our 2009 Outlaw racing roster," said Eric Nault, race team manager for
Polaris. "Along with being a great racer, Yokley is an all-American
guy who appeals to our core consumer and he, as well as the National
Guard, complements Polaris' culture of being an American manufacturer.
This partnership puts us in a great position to compete for the
championship in the Pro XC1 class and Pro-Am XC2 class for 2009."

Multi-time Pro and Pro Production GNCC Winner, William Yokley started
racing the Polaris RANGER RZR during the 2008 GNCC season and
currently leads the UTV Open Modified Class. For 2009, Yokley will
race the new Outlaw 450 MXR in the Pro Class and continue to race the
RANGER RZR. Yokley's teammate, Mark Notman, will race the Outlaw 450
MXR in the Pro-Am Class.


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