Weddle Supports Sportsman Buggy Classes with MORR Contingency Program


Abrams, WI (February 5, 2015) - MORR welcomes back contingency partner Weddle Industries to the MORR Contingency Program for the Sportsman Off-Road Series. A mainstay in the off-road racing community, Weddle Industries' dedication to designing and manufacturing transaxle components, gives off-road competitors across the world the confidence to keep running hard all the way to the checkered flag.


The Goleta, California based business is offering a $150 product certificate to first place finishers in the Super Buggy class, a $75 product certificate in the Single Buggy class, and a $50 product certificate in the Light Buggy class, during all rounds of racing.


Weddle Industries offers parts and services for Type 1, 091, and 094 VW based transaxles, as well as the following off-road performance transaxles including: the Mendeola MD4/MD5, S4/S5 and the S4D/S5D; the Albins AGB 5-speed or 6-speed; and the Weddle HV-1.


About Weddle Industries

Weddle Industries is a supplier of high performance transaxle and driveline components for special application vehicles. The company is headquartered in Goleta, California, where they maintain a large inventory of racing gears, clutches, shifters, gear oil pumps, torque converters, axles, constant velocity joints, and other driveline products, all of which are available through an extensive dealer network. / facebook


About MORR

The goal of the Midwest Off Road Racing (MORR) group is to insure affordable racing for the Midwest Sportsman Off Road Racer by uniting racers with a common voice. Maintaining affiliations with approved sanctioning bodies will allow the competitor and the enthusiast to enjoy off road racing now and in the future.  / facebook 


About Sportsman Off-Road Series

Steeped in the history of off-road racing through five decades, Crandon International Off-Road Raceway and Bark River International Off-Road Raceway have come together to ensure Sportsman short-course off-road racing continues to thrive in the Upper Midwest. The goal of the series is to not only offer safe, competitive, and affordable racing, but to ensure there's a place to race for the next generation of off-road racers.

Sportsman Off-Road Series - "Expanding the tradition of our sport."