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Utah state championship at Murf’s Intermountain Raceway in salt city Utah.

There were 222 entries and 99 drivers the Track was high bite and very racy.

I TQ’d Masters Buggy A-Main and took 1st place with Pro-Line MC Transistor fronts and MC Positron Rears. Read the rest of this entry »

READ Posted by: Jerrit Knight in Factory Team, Race Events


I went to Auburn Performance Raceway this past weekend and ran the Triple Crown Series Race (1st of 3). There were 11 or 12 total Outlaw Mod Sprint Cars. 6 cars qualified to the A-Main. I qualified 4th. The Main was very tough! Lots of fast guys, I knew my only shot was to stay consistent and make no mistakes. The first few laps I paced with the top 3 guys and luck went my way! We were doing 4-5 seconds lap times so we caught lap traffic by the 2nd or 3rd lap, lol. That’s when it got real interesting. Long story short, I was the only car that was able to finish the race with zero wrecks/mistakes! I ran a flawless race, and was able to lap the whole field. I was very proud of myself. I was able to take the win. This was only my 2nd race in dirt oval after being out of it for 4+ years. Nice to know I still got it!

Mod Sprint Car : I ran Pro-Line Positrons in the Rear and Transistors in the Front
SC mod : I ran Pro-Line Suburbs Front and Rear.
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READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Race Events


This years April Fool’s Classic was another consecutive year of record entries.  They ended up with 365+ for one of the longest running electric races in the country.

Race held at Murf’s IRCR

I ran the 2WD Mod and 4WD Modified classes.

My Tires of choice were Positron Rears for both cars and Transistor Fronts for 2WD and Electron Fronts for 4WD. Read the rest of this entry »

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Race Events

Check out the Full RCCA Article


Featuring Pro-Line Driver Dustin Evans, Pro-Line Positron Tires and Pro-Line Transistor Tires

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Friends of Pro-Line


What a long drive home!  Hit my pillow at 2:30am last night.  1242 miles round trip to the CRCRC Mid West Champs at Ohio RC Factory.  Curt Schlichter had the facility and track on point for the weekend. Rodney Black ran a great program. Tim Melaragno had some of the best announcing I have heard next to Scotty Ernst. A total of 336 entries for the weekend with drivers from all over the US.

All my cars ran on Pro-Line MC compounds; Electrons on SCT’s and Electrons with Transistors up front on 4WD Buggy. Read the rest of this entry »

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Race Events


Track: Bumps and Jumps, Etters, PA
Event: Christmas Classic
Classes Raced: 2wd Stock Buggy, 4wd Mod Buggy
Qualified: (2wd) –  8th,  (4wd) – 9th
Mains:  (2wd) – 9th, (4wd) – 7th

The Christmas Classic this year had 130 entries and fast competition in all classes.

I ran (MC) Electrons all around on the D413 and (MC) Electron Rears and (MC) Transistors on the D216. Read the rest of this entry »

READ Posted by: Kevin Cavanaugh in Factory Team, Race Events


This is Jerrit Knight I raced in the Utah state championships at Murf’s IR/CR raceway in salt lake city UTAH there was 216 entries and 31 heats.

I  took 5th in Mod 4WD Buggy A-Main with MC Electrons Front and Rear. I took 7th in Mod 2WD Buggy A-Main with MC Transistors on the Front and MC Electrons on the Rear .

READ Posted by: Jerrit Knight in Factory Team

On the Cover:

New Pre-Painted/Pre-Cut 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor True Scale Bodies in Blue and Gray


Brave the Badlands…
Upgrade your Stampede 1:10 Monster Truck with the new 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor Clear Body.
2.8″ Desperado and F-11 Wheels available in Several offsets.
2.8″ Premounted Tires include Sand Paw 2.8″, TSL SX Super Swamper 2.8″, Masher 2.8″, Trencher 2.8″ and the new Badlands MX28
Don’t forget your pre-assembled PowerStroke or Pro-Spec Shocks and your Pro-Spline HD Axles

On the Back:

New Releases include the Pre-Painted/Pre-Cut 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor True Scale Bodies (Blue and Gray) for Short Course Trucks. Destroyer 2.2″ Tires for 1:10 Monster Truck. Fugitive Lite Tires for 1:8 Buggy. Transistor 2.2″ Tires, Predator Body (for B5m, B6, and B6D), and Pro-Line Clear Front Wing and Black Anodized Aluminum Mounts (#6281-01 for B5m, B6 & B6D, #6282-01 for 22 3.0, #6283-01 for RB6, #6284-01 for YZ-2) for 1:10 Buggy. Plus New Body Support Foam from PROTOform.

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Press Releases

View What’s New!

Destroyer 2.2″ M3 All-Terrain Tires
for 2.2″ Monster Truck Wheels Front or Rear

This is a Destroyer 2.2” Monster Truck Tire. Pro-Line is proud to introduce an all-new tire specifically designed for 2.2” Monster Trucks: the Destroyer!! The Destroyer is made from Pro-Line’s Legendary M3 Race Rubber for Maximum Destructive Traction on Dirt or Carpet. Similar to full size Monster Truck Tires the Destroyer features an alternating deep-grooved chevron style tread pattern for incredible forward traction while maintaining a scale appearance, which is perfect for trucks like the Wheelie King! The overall size and width of the Destroyer tire has been finely tuned to be lightweight and agile, which makes it ideal for racing. The Destroyer includes soft white foam inserts for ultra-plush landings, greatly improving the handling and performance of your Monster Truck. The Destroyer is destined to become the Go-To Tire for your Monster Truck! Get yours today and Destroy your competition!!

*Please Note the Destroyer is a 2.2” Tire and only fits on 2.2” Monster Truck Wheels*

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READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team, Press Releases


Featuring Pro-Line Trifecta Lexan Wing and Pro-Line Transistor and Electron Tires

Stock racing, in all classes, is a race before any of the rides ever touch the dirt, carpet, or whatever surface it is you run on. We all know what minimum weight is in our respective classes. For mine, it is 1500 grams for a Buggy and 1700 grams for a stadium truck. I am going to show how I scale my Buggies and get the weight how, and where, I want it. Before I start though I will give this disclaimer; this is not an exact science, and I went to college for forestry. Read the rest of this entry »

READ Posted by: Pro-Line Graphics Team in Factory Team