ODYSSEY Battery By EnerSys Congratulates Brian Deegan For His 2013 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series PRO LITE Championship – UnderhoodService

ODYSSEY Battery By EnerSys Congratulates Brian Deegan For His 2013 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series PRO LITE Championship

ODYSSEY Battery by EnerSys congratulates sponsored driver Brian Deegan on his fifth Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) Short Course championship this past weekend at Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park in Elsinore, Calif. Deegan entered the final round of the LOORRS PRO LITE series leading the championship point standings by 50 points, and finished by bringing home the 2013 PRO LITE championship, the third PRO LITE title of his career. In addition to winning the PRO LITE championship, Deegan finished second in the 2013 LOORRS PRO 2 point standings.

ODYSSEY Battery by EnerSys congratulates sponsored driver Brian Deegan on his fifth Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) Short Course championship this past weekend at Lake Elsinore Motorsports Park in Elsinore, Calif. Deegan entered the final round of the LOORRS PRO LITE series leading the championship point standings by 50 points, and finished by bringing home the 2013 PRO LITE championship, the third PRO LITE title of his career. In addition to winning the PRO LITE championship, Deegan finished second in the 2013 LOORRS PRO 2 point standings.

“On behalf of EnerSys, I would like to congratulate Brian Deegan A.K.A. “The General,” now a five-time LOORRS Short Course champion, for winning the 2013 LOORRS PRO LITE Championship,” said Dave McMullen, director of commercial marketing for specialty and UPS markets at EnerSys. “We are proud to be the official battery sponsor of Brian Deegan, providing ODYSSEY batteries to get through each race with the extreme power and performance needed to handle the intense demands of off-road racing.”

EnerSys is the official battery sponsor of Deegan and provides ODYSSEY batteries and technical support for his LOORRS PRO LITE and PRO 2 race trucks as well as the Global RallyCross and X Games rally car. The ODYSSEY battery logo appears on all vehicles, LOORRS and rally driver suits and the LOORRS team semi-truck and hauler.

For more information about ODYSSEY batteries, visit www.odysseybattery.com

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