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Burroughs Races to 2nd Overall in Laughlin on Chicane RX Tires

“Monster” Matt Burroughs, racing his Monster Energy Polaris RZR equipped with STI Chicane RX tires, powered to a second-place finish in the UTV Pro Production class – 8th overall among UTV racers – at the Laughlin Desert Classic. This two-day, combined-time event is part of the Best In The Desert Racing Association, and is a rigorous test of drivers, machines and tires.

“The 32-inch STI Chicane tires were simply amazing with how rough it was on Day 2 of this race,” said Burroughs from the podium. “I was able to keep it pinned through all the chop and deep holes on the course.”

Congratulations to Matt Burroughs and co-driver Dan Lewis for their excellent team effort and podium result at the Laughlin Desert Classic.

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