Ray Griffith

From motorcycles to trucks, Ray forms part of Team GT's "Young Guns", Griffith's natural talent is evident as he speeds through the desert all the way to the podium.
Ray Griffith
Mini Bio

Team GT newcomer, Ray Griffith, is serving double duty in 2013 racing in both the BITD Series and the LOORRS Series full-time. Griffith started his racing career on motorcycles but has successfully moved to trucks and never looked back. Part of Team GT's "Young Guns", Griffith's natural talent is evident as he speeds through the desert all the way to the podium. Look for Griffith to be a contender in the Class 1500 championship battle in BITD. And, while he's new to short course racing, don't count him out of ProLite competition in the LOORRS Series.

DRIVER Q & A

Favorite social media outlet and why?
Instagram because it’s fast, easy and viewer friendly.

What’s your daily driver?
A Chevy Silverado with 35 “ Grabbers.

Favorite race and why?
The Parker 425 because it’s the first race I ever won. And anybody who’s anybody is there!

How do your General Grabbers help you during an off-road race?
They put the power to the ground! They hook up more aggressive than any tire I’ve driven on. The forward bite is key!

Best location for a weekend of off-roading and why?
Definitely Parker! You have everything from the river, to the best off-roading around.

What other adventure activities do you do outside racing?
I like to mountain bike, hunt, boat, jet ski and snowboard.

Where’s the coolest place you’ve ever gone on Grabbers?
Through big snow drifts in the mountains in my Jeep JK with 37” Grabbers!

If you were going to do a weekend off-road trip, what five essential things would you bring with you?
Mountain Dew, Gas, Tools, Friends, Food.

Top three road trip songs in your opinion?
Colt Ford- “Ride Through the Country”, Kenny Chesney – “How Forever Feels”, Toby Keith – “Should Have Been A Cowboy”.

Best road trip you’ve ever taken?
I took a trip to Wisconsin to pick up my brand spankin’ new Pro Lite! Drove a 44 foot trailer all the way there with my buddy, Gary, through blizzards, wind, snow, and ice. It was crazy!

Bonus question: If you could go anywhere on your Grabbers, where would you go?
I would want to race the DAKAR!