San Diego, CA – Tyme Agency athlete Jerett Brooks had another strong performance this past weekend at Rounds 7 & 8 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series held at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, UT.
Riverside, CA – After a fantastic performance in Lake Elsinore three weeks ago, including a sweep of the weekend’s Pro Lite racing, RJ Anderson and his crew were anxious to ride the momentum into rounds 7 and 8 in Tooele, Utah. The racing takes place at the beautiful Miller Motorsports complex just outside of Salt Lake City. With paved pits, beautiful facilities and a go-kart track, Miller Motorsports park is a favorite of fans and racers alike.
TOOELE, UT – Kyle LeDuc and Toyo Tires celebrated Father’s Day Weekend with a third consecutive Pro 4 class sweep in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series at Miller Motorsports Park in Tooele, UT. LeDuc has won seven consecutive races out of a total of eight so far in 2015 with his Toyo® Open Country M/T-R equipped #99 Monster Energy / Toyo Tires Ford F-150 truck.
Compton, California – Buoyed by his season best third place finish in the 6th round of Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series competition in Lake Elsinore, California, Greg Adler and his Team 4 Wheel Parts Pro4 are set to line up against off-road racing’s elite this weekend, June 20-21 at Miller Motorsports Park (MMP) in Tooele, Utah. With his consistently strong qualifying efforts putting him in contention throughout the Elsinore weekend resulting in his trip to the podium, Adler and his veteran team are set to carry the momentum into Utah as the season rapidly approaches the midway point.
After a wet and frustrating weekend at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports park RJ Anderson and the whole team were ready to get back to Lake Elsinore for the second time this season and get some results! Rounds 5 and 6 of the Lucas Oil Offroad Racing Series were lucky to avoid all the rainfall of the past few weeks but drivers and machines would have the challenge of hot days to contend with as temperatures climbed into the 90s.
Lake Elsinore, CA – Brian Deegan continues to heat up as the 2015 Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Season progresses. Missing the first two rounds due to injury has given the reigning Pro-2 champion a sense of urgency every time he hits the track. Playing catch-up to the rest of the field, he has wasted no time. He was right back on the podium in his Rockstar Energy / Makita Power Tools Ford with a second place finish during his first Pro-2 race of the year at Wild Horse Motorsports Park.
Rounds 3&4 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series took place on the outskirts of Phoenix, AZ at the Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. After years of racing during the day at this track, LOORRS threw all the drivers a curve ball when they decided to race under the lights. Patrick Clark and his Las Vegas based team came off some great momentum from opening rounds and were prepared to push hard going into the second weekend of racing.
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.
Thursday, April 23, Team Renezeder pulled into the Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona, with hopes of carrying the positive momentum from the last race into rounds 3 and 4 of the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series. Practice went well and both trucks were fast and had a good feel.
Chandler, AZ – Brian Deegan was anxious to get back in the saddle when the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series headed to Wild Horse Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona April 24 – 25. The six time champion was forced to sit out rounds one and two at Lake Elsinore due to an injury. He may not have been 100 percent during practice on Thursday but it was clear he was getting up to speed quickly. He was 5th fastest in Pro-2 and was getting the new Rockstar Energy / Makita Power Tools Ford Pro-4 dialed in; running in the 7th spot. He was looking forward to making some adjustments and laying down some fast times during qualifying on Friday. He would not get the chance as sudden heavy rains drenched the track with enough force to cancel both practice and qualifying. Starting positions for Friday’s heats were determined by the points standings.