Dan Fresh and Savvy Off Road Take The Provisional Win at EMC

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Dan Fresh, in a Rubicon Express 4500 Modified Class rig, takes the provisional win at the Smittybilt Every Man Challenge.


Off-road racer and OC Motorsports’ Manager, Dan Fresh takes the provisional win in class and overall in the Savvy Motorsports built Fox Shocks Jeep. This win marks the fourth time this chassis has taken the overall at EMC – its first win was with John Currie and the 2013 Every Man Challenge and its third was with Brandon Currie in 2015.

Class Wins Equaled Overall Podiums

Casey Gilbert wound up finishing second overall and first in class with the Miller Motorsports 4800 Legends Class rig. Jessi Combs in the Savvy Off Road Jeep Wrangler won the Pro Comp 4600 Stock Class and took third overall. Brad Lovell wasn’t able to repeat his overall win this year but was able to finish prior to the 5pm PST cutoff time.

More coming soon but for now, congratulations to Dan Fresh and Savvy Off Road as well as Fox Shocks.

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The Talent Behind the Camera – Justin Banner Since 2007, Justin Banner, Lead Editor and Owner of Carbage, has been involved with the automotive media in many capacities. From podcaster, to writer, to videographer, to announcer – he has done many forms of automotive entertainment and is why he should be your expert in content creation. He is viewed by many as an industry voice and works for the top online publications of modern media and include Speedhunters, MotoIQ, Super Street Online, and many others. Justin has also been involved in the automotive industry since he came to the working age of sixteen years old. Since that time, he has worked as a mechanic, service writer, and salesman in automotive parts. This means that not only can he relate to your audience at any skill level, he also knows what you’re looking for to generate lifetime customers and sales. Justin is also a Journalist Level member of the Motor Press Guild, an industry recognized entity of professional automotive journalists, since 2015. To be at this level, one must not only be invited by another member but also have sourced material as proof of working experience in the field.