CORONA, California – It was the second weekend of races for the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series at Lake Elsinore, and Casey Currie was ready to take on the Pro Lite class at his home track. After the first two rounds in Arizona in his backup track, he was expecting to have his primary truck back in working order for rounds 3 and 4.
CORONA, California – Last weekend, Casey headed out to Las Vegas for the Great American Off Road Race, the Best in the Desert Mint 400. It was a family affair with Casey running with his uncle, John Currie – and the Currie family showed up strong finishing with a podium finish. They had a fast vehicle all day, but had to overcome some adversity and push hard to the finish, but with great team work and Casey’s talented driving, he was able to bring home a 3rd place in this grueling race.
CORONA, California – Casey Currie is officially the newest member of the KMC Wheels team. As announced in a press release today, Casey’s popularity in multiple racing series and Jeep lifestyle activities is a natural fit for the wide range of KMC Wheel products. As two leaders in the industry, KMC and Casey’s partnership will prove successful throughout all they do.
CORONA, California – SEMA week is here and Casey Currie has a busy schedule in front of him. Between his five vehicles in various booths around the show and participating in the Battle of the Builders competition, and being selected as one of the judges for the Transamerican “Life is Better Off-Road” Award, Casey is once again proving how influential he is in the industry.
CORONA, California – It was a short but fast weekend for Casey Currie at the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) at Glen Helen. After a successful practice on Friday, rare thunderstorms came through the San Bernadino Foothills, postponing Round 9 until Sunday morning and Round 10 had to be rescheduled to the Lake Elsinore event at the end of the season. But even with the track drastically changing with all the rain, Casey had another strong points weekend and put down the fastest lap time of the Pro Lite class.
CORONA, California – Coming off of a big weekend in Lake Elsinore Casey Currie headed to Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah for Rounds 7 & 8 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS). The points race is tight in the largest class of short-course off road trucks, and Casey is right at the top. After the rounds at Utah, Casey has continued to put up strong number keeping him right in line for the championship.
CORONA, California – Casey Currie had a huge weekend at the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Rounds 5 & 6 in Lake Elsinore. With a top five and podium finishes Currie has turned in two great performances keeping him close to the top of the points standings. His lightening-fast lap times and flawlessly performing truck means he is ready to go June 20th and 21st at Miller Motorsports Park in Utah for Rounds 7 & 8.
CORONA, California – With the Lucas Oil Off Road Series Rounds 1 & 2 completed, Casey was looking to have a consistent performance in Rounds 3 and 4 to keep his upward momentum going. And he did just that. Fast in practice on Thursday and in qualifying on Saturday, he turned in great race performances and is sitting in the top 5 in the largest class in all of short course.
Corona, Calif. (August 4, 2014) — Currie and his team took to their home track this past weekend at Glen Helen Raceway. With family and friends coming to watch Currie battle with the best, the pressure was on the driver of the #2 Monster Energy ProLite. Rounds 9&10 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series were under held under the lights, in front of packed stands and even a promise of rain.
Corona, Calif. —Drivers and their crews made their way North for rounds 7&8 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. Little did they know that they would be making their way into a war zone. This weekends races were held at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, Utah, just outside of Salt Lake City. With a tight course that provided countless action packed moments for fans that packed the stands full. Summertime is in full swing in Tooele and with 90 degree heat filling the air and the hot sun beating down on the course, this would cause the track to dry out quickly and leave dust hanging in the air, which provided fans a course that turned into a war zone just laps into the races.