September 9, 2011, Sparks, Nev. — Valley Off Road Racing Association (VORRA) today announced it will consolidate the final two events of its 2011 season with a first ever Short Course Double Header Halloween weekend, October 28 – 30 at Prairie City SVRA outside Sacramento.

“Short course racing is fast, intense and a fan favorite, since you can see the whole course from the grandstands,” said VORRA Race Director Wes Harbor. “Several season championships will be decided this weekend and teams will be giving it their all.”

The event kicks off Friday, October 28 with tech, registration and practice.  Saturday and Sunday’s three-moto rounds of racing will be scored as separate series points events.  The Annual BBQ and Costume Party planned for Saturday night promises to be one of the biggest ever in celebration of VORRA’s Inaugural Double-Header Finale.

Valley Off Road Racing Association (VORRA) was established in 1975 and has operated as a family-oriented organization for over three decades.  It is currently led by Wes Harbor who believes that “off road racing has its roots in people’s garages” and continues to keep the entry fees to a minimum while maintaining a high quality racing experience. For more information, visit http://www.vorra.net or call 877-418-6772.   Follow VORRA on Twitter at @vorra_racing.  Fans can also receive updates on the short course racing via Twitter using the hashtag #VORRA.

About the Author

Mike Lasher is a true Off Road enthusiast down to the core, Growing up in the back seat of a jeep exploring the deserts of Arizona and Nevada, as a kid, as so many of us did. Today Mike spends his free time on the trails with his family and friends in his Kawasaki Teryx or Jeep Wrangler. He also regularly competes in the Best in the Desert series and was second in points in 2009. For more information on mike you can visit www.lashermotorsports.com.

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