SALT LAKE CITY – TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL has announced a newly signed agreement with Crandon International Off-Road Raceway. The new four-year partnership between Crandon, “The Big House,” and TORC will ensure two weekends of TORC racing at the historic track starting in 2017 through 2020.
Wisconsin’s rich 46-year history of off-road truck racing has made it one of these most well-known short-course off-road racing destinations. Crandon International Raceway, specifically, has been credited as the location where short-course off-road racing was born. This weekend, Crandon adds to its legend, as the “Big House” will host the first-ever short-course off-road World Cup.
CRANDON, WISC.: Adding to a growing list of long-term corporate partnerships designed to ensure its long term-future, Crandon International Raceway today announced a new, three-year extension of its agreement with AMSOIL as “Official Lubricant” of the facility, as well as retaining title sponsorship to the sport of off-road racing’s richest race –- the annual Crandon AMSOIL Cup.
CRANDON, WISC. – Celebrating the 40th anniversary of both its legendary All-Terrain T/A tire and the company’s first official entry into off-road racing at the 1976 SCORE Baja 500, BFGoodrich has been named “Official Tire” of Crandon International Raceway. Today’s partnership announcement not only expands BFGoodrich’s long relationship with the “Big House,” but is an integral component to this summer’s remodeling of its historic barn and the main entrance to the track’s highly popular “BFGoodrich PRO Pit” area of Crandon’s massive 400-acre facility.
CRANDON, WISC. – Adding even more firepower to an action-packed schedule, Crandon International Raceway has added two PRO UTV classes for the Labor Day weekend Off-Road World Championships. The announcement not only incorporates the recently added 1000cc TORC PRO Stock and PRO Mod UTVs to Saturday’s schedule, but also to Sunday’s Crandon World Cup event, part of the Red Bull Signature Series.
CRANDON, Wisconsin – Providing the dynamic motorsport of short-course off-road racing the most impactful news in years, legendary Crandon International Raceway has announced a new, long-term association with Red Bull Media House. The partnership will create an independent motorsports event that will be part of the internationally renowned Red Bull Signature Series, a collection of the most progressive and innovative events in action sports. Set for Sun., September 4 at Crandon’s legendary “Big House,” the new Crandon World Cup® will be part of a 47th annual Labor Day race weekend that attracts more than 45,000 fans to the 400-acre facility over four days of racing.
CRANDON, WISC. – Right now, all of Crandon International’s nearly 2,000 campsites are in hibernation, waiting for the spring thaw and the rebirth of acres of rich green Wisconsin grass. However, next week legions of Midwest off-road racing fans can book their promise of warm summer weekends as the facility opens up camping and ticket reservations for the 2016 season. Crandon will open online reservations at its website on Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at precisely 9:00a.m. Central Standard Time for both the Brush Run 101 races (June 24-26) and the Off-Road World Championships (September 2-4).
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.”
CRANDON, WISC. – For nearly five decades, the Labor Day off-road racing tradition at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway in Wisconsin has represented the sport’s “Indianapolis 500.” It’s falls on a major summer weekend. It’s a true Midwest tradition. There are huge crowds. It’s a true and organic piece of motorsports Americana.
CRANDON, WISC. — It’s a phenomenon that started nearly half a decade ago in the backwoods of northwest Wisconsin. It has evolved into a major stop in America’s off-road racing calendar.
As it has since 1970, this weekend Crandon International Raceway will be the epicenter of the short-course off-road racing world as it gets ready to host the 22nd annual Forest County Potawatomi Brush Run event. Held at the legendary facility’s purpose-built race track located in the heart of Wisconsin’s scenic Northwoods, the Brush Run schedule features nearly three full days of TORC PRO and Crandon Sportsman racing from Friday, June 26th through Sunday, June 28th.