September 28, 2020

Pictured: Brian Adkison, Race Coordinator at TexPlex Park.
Pictured: Brian Adkison, Race Coordinator at TexPlex Park.

TexPlex Park in Midlothian, TX has a new team in place to take the park’s off-road racing and riding to new heights. Brian Adkison and Blake Gustin have been hired for their years of experience and knowledge of the industry. Brian Adkison as the park’s new Race Coordinator has been with WORCS Racing for the past 8 years and is well known in the off-road industry.

Adkison owns Butter Supply Co. Apparel and Butter Supply Media Live Streaming. He plans to bring an enhanced race experience to TexPlex’s already successful events by implementing a proven structure that benefits everyone and putting new fun ideas in place. Adkison states,

I am extremely excited to be a part of such a fast-growing facility such as TexPlex. I look forward to meeting everyone and making new lifelong friends.

Adkison has an exciting calendar of racing events planned for 2021 that will evolve the Park’s race offerings beyond side-by-sides and incorporate more moto events such as dirt and pit bike races.
Blake Gustin is the new Park President at TexPlex Park. Gustin is also well connected in the off-road industry and is a UTV racer himself. Gustin’s vision for the park’s growth is to bring more structure and control to TexPlex overall for races and customers by establishing a high performing team and a park that offers a welcoming atmosphere to all those who visit. Blake has been involved with TexPlex in various ways since its conception and has a strong understanding of the parks needs and potential. Gustin quoting the TexPlex tagline stated,

I want everyone to want to be here [TexPlex] and have fun. We all want to ‘Do Something Different’.

Gustin and Adkison both have fresh ideas and expertise for TexPlex racing that will make TexPlex competitive with the top races in the country. The 2020 UTV Race series at TexPlex had over 200 race entries and has been an evolving successful series in the over the past three years. Both men realize the legacy they are carrying forward and have big plans to make TexPlex a premier racing and riding facility for everyone.

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