Nitto Tire recently unveiled a cool, new video featuring off-road racer Shannon Campbell. The video puts you in the Monster Energy Nitto Tire Ultra4 off-road race car as he powers around the track at Glen Helen Raceway.
For 46 years, the sport’s fastest racers and 45,000-plus fans have converged on the small Northwoods town of Crandon to settle bragging rights and earn a special place in motorsports history. The largest event of its type in the world, both The Off Road Championship (TORC) professional and Crandon Sportsman series’ drivers will be looking to end their seasons with a victory at the theater of speed affectionately known as “The Big House.”
Brooks was able to bounce back from a tough weekend of racing at the previous rounds of LOORRS held in Baja, Mexico and responded with a strong 5th place finish in Saturday’s Round 13 race action and an impressive race win in Sunday’s Round 14 race.
MINNEAPOLIS – Arctic Cat Inc. today announced it is launching the Stadium Side-by-Side (SXS) Powered by Arctic Cat Racing Series, which will be the undercard, or lead-in race, to the main event at Robby Gordon’s wildly popular Stadium Super Trucks (SST) events. The new Stadium SXS Series Powered by Arctic Cat will feature 10 Arctic Cat Wildcat™ side-by-sides driven by Action Sport Athletes, fans and dealers, who will use the same track as the Stadium Super Trucks.
Reno, NV – Brandon Arthur, The Stinger, was back in form at rounds 13 and 14 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series at Wild West Motorsports Park in Sparks, Nevada. Arthur was fresh off a victory in round 11 at Estero Beach in Baja Mexico. He followed that up the next day with a second place in round 12. Arthur has put together a strong run of five straight podium finishes. Round 13 would make it six.
SPARKS, NV – Team Toyo’s Kyle LeDuc continues to build on his historic string of consecutive wins… now 12 in a row in the Pro 4 class of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS). He scored his latest sweep during Rounds 13 and 14 of the series at the Silver State Showdown in Sparks, Nevada.
CRANDON, WISC. – In preparation for hosting the oldest and most prestigious stadium-style off-road races in the world, Crandon International Raceway today released its official action-packed Labor Day weekend schedule.
Representing what many call the sport’s “Indianapolis 500,” for tens of thousands of fun-loving race fans the end-of-summer trek to the Wisconsin Northwoods is a “can’t miss” tradition. For 2015, guests to the 400-acre “Big House” can look forward to a jam-packed, three-day schedule of great racing, rich tradition and on-site entertainment that make up the unforgettable “Crandon Experience.”
BLACKFOOT, ID: Amazing to believe that the Dirt Riot 2015 regular season of racing is coming to a close this weekend at a brand new location in Grand Junction, Colorado. The final race is a highly anticipated double points race, allowing racers to earn series points for both the Mountain and Southwest series, along with National Points. The National Points race will conclude at the National Rampage on September 26th in Bridgeport, Texas. Fast racing action starts at 9am and will go until at least 4pm with awards immediately following on Saturday August 22nd.
Scott Douglas and his team headed to Bark River, Michigan looking to get back to some very familiar ground as the team looked to regain their momentum for the stretch run of the TORC Series presented by AMSOIL. The weekend in Bark River brought the results that the team can definitely build on heading into Championship Weekend in Crandon.
Compton, California – Greg Adler Motorsports and Team 4 Wheel will be flying into Reno, Nevada on August 22-23 to clash with short course off-road racing’s elite drivers on what has been described as the wildest course on the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series circuit. Reno’s Wild West Motorsports Park, with its soaring elevation changes, gravity defying drop-offs and high speed straight-a-ways carved into the Nevada hillside, will provide a stark contrast from the sandy beaches of Baja where the team competed just three weeks ago. And as Adler heads into the self-proclaimed “Biggest Little City in the World” for Rounds 13-14, he sets his sights on finishing the 2015 season with a flourish.