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SMOKIN’ WHEELS PRESS CONFERENCE

Smokin’ Wheels 2014 is set to kick off over the entire weekend, setting way with the press conference Thursday afternoon at the Yigo Raceway Park.

By Robert Balajadia

Smokin’ Wheels 2014 is set to kick off over the weekend setting way with the press conference Thursday afternoon at the Yigo Raceway Park.

Sponsors, racers, and event coordinators took the floor to introduce the weekend schedule while introducing new races in a trophy kart while bringing back the popular mud and rock climbing races.

Cars’ Plus Henry Simpson and Joey Crisostomo will be manning the endurance races hoping to bounce back from a mechanical issue that hindered them in the 2013 races. They will face a new competitor in the Triple J’s souped up “Raptor” truck, who will be handled by Jay Jones and his brother.

Smokin’ Wheels will officially kick off Friday night with a series of street night events followed by the all-day long festivities Saturday and Sunday.

Here is the lineup for what events are going to take place:

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PHOTO GALLERY

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An outside view of the dirt races that will carry through Smokin’ Wheels at the Guam Raceway Park. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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Bob Bucek explains the terrain for the dirt races. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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A look at the Triple J racing vehicle the Ford “Raptor” which will be driven by Jay Jones. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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Cars’ Plus Joey Crisostomo sharing his history of Smokin’ Wheels also sparking friendly competition between Triple J’s Jay Jones. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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A look at the new trophy karts that will be competing in the 2014 Smokin’ Wheels.

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Cars’ Plus Henry Simpson talks strategy in preparation for the endurance race. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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