Tooele, UT – After landing on the podium in Lake Elsinore, Brandon Arthur was right back up on the box when the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series travelled to Tooele, Utah. Racers covet speed and pray for luck but the most sought after attribute would have to be consistency. Consistency wins races and builds the foundation for a championship. In rounds 7 and 8, Brandon was perfectly consistent. He finished second place in both rounds.

San Bernardino, CA
  – The Stinger, Brandon Arthur, turned his venom loose on the Pro Lite field at round 10 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series held at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino, Ca. Brandon has been constantly moving up through the ranks in his rookie season in Pro Lite. In round 10, he put it all together with a convincing win over a hungry field of top-notch racers.

Tooele, UT – One of the biggest challenges for a Pro Lite class rookie in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series is the lack of set-up data on the varied tracks they race on. Every new track has to be studied by the driver and the crew. To the casual observer every track looks similar, it’s all dirt, but the reality is far different. Every track has unique features that have to be mastered. The more experienced teams have pages of set-up data to get their trucks dialed in and the drivers have many laps of experience to draw from.

One of off-road racing’s brightest young stars, Brandon Arthur capped off an incredible season at the HDRA, “Rockin on the River” event held in Laughlin, Nevada. He won both days finishing 10:58 ahead of second place Nick Isenhouer in his HRT Motorsports, Competitive Metals, Ford F-100 and earned the Class 1400 Championship.

Brandon also won both days in his recently completed Open Class truck that he will campaign next season. In his first race in the HRT Motorsports, Competitive Metals, Open Class Truck Brandon finished just 39 seconds behind Class 1 Champion Mike Mitchell for second overall on the weekend.

The HDRA, Eldorado Fireworks 500 race was an enormous test for Brandon Arthur and his team in their bright yellow HRT Motorsports/Competitive Metals #1456 truck. At the season opener in Primm, Nevada, they made it look easy with a dominating win Brandon’s first time out. The Fireworks 500 race was a polar opposite. It all started on a positive note with Brandon qualifying first in class 1400 by 25 seconds over Jeremy Deakins and the Isenhouer brothers, Chris and Nick.

During contingency on Friday, Brandon was a huge hit with the fans; signing posters and posing for photos. At times, they lined up in front of his booth, eager to get an autographed poster. Live On Dirt and Channel 4 News did interviews with him and he got some sage advice from Ivan Stewart who stopped by for a visit. “Contingency was cool,” said Brandon, “The fans were so friendly; it felt like a huge party. I talked to several people who had never been to a race. They saw my truck and stopped by to ask about it. Having the trucks parked on Virginia Ave. in front of the Eldorado and Silver Legacy casinos was a great idea.”