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Victor Guerrero Takes The Win at the Southern Nats on Pro-Line Hole Shots

Pro-Line Driver Victor Guerrero attended the 5th annual Southern Nationals in West Monroe, LA home of the famous Duck Dynasty

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The facility was awesome, contained an indoor track that was air conditioned. Yes, I said air conditioned! Track layout was awesome but the track was very loose compared to what we are used to in California.

I struggled with qualifying in Open Truggy and Expert E-Buggy. I started 3rd in open Truggy and had to bump from the B-Main in expert E-Buggy. I was able to secure the TQ in Open Buggy

Mains came and there was a triple A-Main format for the E-Buggy class, I finished 11th overall against some stiff competition.

Truggy Main went well. I was leading and had some issues with traffic and caused me to get frustrated which resulted in driving the truck to hard so I had to settle down for a respectable 2nd place finish.

The Open Buggy Main was very difficult. I started on the TQ and rolled my Buggy on the first corner catching a rut. This caused me to go to the back of the pack. So I knew I had to put my head down and try to work my way through the field. I was able to make it to the 2nd position with 1st just 7 sec in front of me. With 4-min and 2 laps to go I put on a hard charge to catch the leader and was able to secure the win!

M3 Hole Shots were the go-to Tire for all classes. They were the most consistent with forward bite and did not catch all the holes. By far the best tire of choice for the event!

Photo courtesy of RCInsider

Victor Guerrero