Riverside, CA – It was a weekend of ups and downs for RJ Anderson and the RJ37 team in Chandler, AZ for rounds 3 & 4 of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS). Coming into the weekend hopes were high. Rounds 1 & 2 in Lake Elsinore proved the team, trucks and driver were heading in the right direction with a great set up and solid performances in both Pro-Lite and Pro2. RJ and team were ready for competition at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Complex!
CHANDLER, AZ – Defending Pro 4 class champion, Kyle LeDuc, swept Rounds 3 & 4 of the Lucas Oil® Off Road Racing Series this past weekend at the Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, AZ. Driving his Toyo® Open Country M/T®-R equipped #99 Monster Energy / Toyo Tires Ford F-150 truck, LeDuc proved he was the best in 10-truck fields on both Friday and Saturday.
Garden Grove, CA - The Bud Light BajaSur 500 was a brand new race for the SCORE International series and the results were familiar; King Shocks racers were the fastest! Despite a 424 mile long course filled with silt, sharp rocks and tight technical sections, it turned into a sprint race with King Shocks racer and defending Trophy Truck Champion Steven Eugenio pushing hard to chase down King Shocks racer Lalo Laguna for the overall victory. Eugenio and Laguna represent the new guard of young racers who despite their ages, have years of desert racing experience with top-notch teams and equipment. Laguna was out front during the race but Eugenio kept pursuing with a relentless pace. When the checkered flag waived, it was Laguna who took the overall win with Eugenio finishing second.
FORT WORTH, Texas — It’s said everything is bigger in Texas and after Friday’s racing was canceled due to severe storms, a massive crowd came out to the Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway to see the 2015 season opener of TORC: The Off-Road Championship Presented by AMSOIL. Those fans that packed the stands were not disappointed as they watched hardcore battles in all three PRO categories with Scott Douglas earning the victory in PRO 4WD, defending PRO 2WD champion CJ Greaves kicking off his season with a win, and Kyle Hart taking his first-ever TORC PRO Light race title.
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (April 24, 2015)– Borla Performance, the pioneer and leading manufacturer of aerospace-grade, stainless steel performance exhaust systems, has announced an official partnership with the 2015 TORC: The Off-Road Championship Series Presented by AMSOIL. Borla’s rich history in racing and engineering top-quality exhaust systems for all types of trucks and sport-utility vehicles makes the partnership a natural fit. For nearly 40 years, Borla has been producing superior quality, bolt-on T-304 stainless steel exhausts for a variety of both full-size and light trucks – as well as off-road vehicles for some of the most extreme conditions on the planet.
Stow, Oh. – April 24, 2015 - Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels has introduced an innovative new wheel line developed with six-time Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) champion Brian Deegan. The Deegan 38 wheels are available in two exceptional styles for truck, SUV and Jeep – the Pro 2 Black and the Pro 4 Black.
(Agua Dulce, California) – As teams and crews make final preparations before Saturday’s start of the 6th annual General Tire NORRA Mexican 1000, today the sanctioning body released the final GPS files and downloadable Roadbooks on the website. The announcement is in keeping with Mexican 1000 tradition, as teams participating in the trans-Baja rally are not allowed to pre-run per NORRA rules and regulations.
Ridgecrest, CA – Alumi Craft Racers Richard Glaszczak and Mike Majesky took their RPM Racing Alumi Craft class 10 car to an impressive victory at the SNORE Motion Tire 300 race in Ridgecrest, California. Not content to just rout the 10 others cars in their class, they outpaced all the class 1 cars and were in contention for the overall win. Only two vehicles finished all 5 laps in less than 6 hours; the overall winning Trophy truck and the RPM Alumi Craft class 10.
BLACKFOOT, ID – APRIL 23, 2015: The first round of the Maxxis Tires W.E. Rock Eastern Professional Rock Crawling Series comes to Rausch Creek this weekend starting the 15th year of regular season competition. The event is very spectator and family friendly with the professional drivers available to sign autographs for the crowd in midst of the competition. “We are excited to be back Rock Crawling at Rausch Creek. The concrete, manmade courses, haven’t been used by W.E. Rock in over 6 years giving all the competitors some very technical lines with a lot of traction,” said Rich Klein, President and founder of W.E. Rock Events. “The weather looks to be perfect for two days of rock crawling with temperatures in the 60’s and dry. We have heard about lots of spectators coming out to enjoy and we are looking forward to hosting another great show!”