Crandon-Logo-Off-Road-9-10-14CRANDON, WISC. — For 45 years, the sport’s fastest racers have converged on the undulating topography around the tiny hamlet of Crandon, Wisconsin to settle bragging rights and earn a special place in the record books. Bolstered by its iconic heritage, famous race winners and record-setting crowds, much like the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Crandon International Raceway represents an important treasure on the American motorsports landscape.

Wanting to help secure its future as the finest dedicated off-road racing and lifestyle facility in the world, the management team at Crandon International Raceway has now formally joined forces with The Rennsport Group for new marketing and communications initiatives. The partnership began with August’s Crandon Super Challenge event and the recently completed 45th Anniversary World Championship weekend that was the biggest in the track’s long and colorful history.

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(Crandon, Wisc.) Boasting an action-packed three-day schedule comprised of nearly every discipline in off-road racing, Crandon International Raceway hosted its second annual Forest County Potawatomi “Super Challenge” under sunny Wisconsin skies to far larger crowds than last year’s inaugural running of the unique event.

Chestnut-Crandon-Off-Road-9-6-13Verona, WI - The hard work and the attention to detail not only resulted in another win for Dale Chestnut at Crandon International Off-Road, but his name will be forever associated with winning the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL Classix Championship for an unprecedented fourth consecutive time. The Labor Day Weekend event at Crandon is more than just a couple races, it is truly one of the greatest spectacles in motorsports. The experience of standing on top of the podium for the final race of the year, and winning the championship will be a moment Dale Chestnut will always remember.

The weekend also saw Chestnut jump into Don Koehler’s Formula 4×4 race truck for the Friday evening B & L SAND TOYS Sportsman Trophy Race. With basically no real seat time in the truck, Chestnut completed all eight laps finishing twelfth in the twenty eight truck field.