The thunder of big-inch V-Twin power is now coming to this weekend’s 46th annual FuelTech World Finals courtesy of MTC Engineering
The Finals always puts a period on a great 2022 season at Man Cup and with the addition of MTC Engineering Pro Outlaw Bagger to the mix, it will assure it!
The addition of the class was spearheaded by none other than Hollywood Jackson and after the season-ending all-Harley event had to be canceled due to weather, Eric Hochstetler from MTC stepped up to help make running the class at the Finals a reality.
Those Pro Outlaw Bagger racers coming to the 46th annual Fueltech World Finals presented by Wiseco at the fabled South Georgia Motorsports Park facility November 17th – 20th can expect record-setting conditions to compliment the award-winning SGMP racing surface.
Class sponsor Eric Hochstetler, whose MTC Engineering company provides a lot of the go-fast goodies used on the Outlaw Baggers is proud to add the MTC Engineering name to the category. Hochstetler, a founding member of ManCup and lead engineer at MTC Engineering says “It is an honor to get these Pro Outlaw Baggers a stage as big as the ManCup Finals and I hope this one-time tease can possibly lead into the formation of a full time class in the future. MTC Engineering works closely with some of the top-tier Pro Outlaw Bagger teams in developing some really cool parts to make these big V-Twins fly, and we look to continue doing so” concluded Hochstetler.
1. Andy Simon
2. Jeremy Justice
3. Jason Broski
4. Michael Bell
5. Dwayne Gee
6. Scott Williams
7. Dan Garcia
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