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GBC Motorsports’ Tires Give Winning Traction to Historic Sweep of Baja 1000

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GBC Motorsports (www.gbcmotorsports.com), a division of Greenball Corporation dedicated to the powersports industry, is thrilled to announce that its tires supported the historic victory of the Bi-Polar Extreme Racing Team/Arctic Cat win at this year’s grueling Baja 1000. This historic win is remarkable in that it was the first time that a side-by-side UTV completed [...]

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