TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL capped another incredible season of short-course off-road racing on Saturday at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway.

CJ Greaves was the big winner this season, taking home both the PRO 4WD and PRO 2WD TORC Series titles for the second year in a row with a pair of Crandon podiums. Kyle Hart finished second in Saturday’s Atturo Tires PRO Light race to lock down his first-ever TORC Series title.

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.

– After nearly a year of preparation and cooperation, today legendary Crandon International Raceway released its official, action-packed Labor Day weekend schedule that offers an expanded format and four days of on-track action.

— The high-flying action of short-course off road truck racing brings the best drivers on dirt to The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway May 27 and 28 for the season opening doubleheader of TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL.

“We’re thrilled to return to the Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway for our season opening races,” said TORC Series director Ben Nelson. “We can’t wait to bring our fender-to-fender, no-holds barred action back to the amazing fans in the Lone Star State.”

– TORC: The Off-Road Championship brings the hard-hitting action of short-course truck racing to Dallas/Fort Worth for two rounds of exciting championship action at Texas Motor Speedway May 27-28.

The TORC series is set to open its 2016 season on the Texas Motor Speedway Dirt Track with a doubleheader race weekend. The best drivers on dirt will battle under the lights, powering their 900 horsepower trucks through high-flying jumps and searing sweepers.

Lucas Oil Off Road Racing heads west to Lake Elsinore, California for Rounds 3 and 4 on April 23-24, after a successful season opener at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in Chandler, Arizona.

With the popularity of short course racing growing each season, we are seeing new sponsors and manufacturers getting involved wanting to be included in the wraps on race vehicles. From the thousands of fans on site to the live Internet stream on Lucas Oil TV to the produced tv shows shown a few weeks later, there is a lot of exposure to be had. This influx of sponsors has allowed more racers to get involved and even created multi-vehicle teams.

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– For the past two years, Polaris RZR has employed Mad Media and UTVUnderground.com to document the career of RJ Anderson and his RJ37 race program. After hundreds of hours of filming and capturing RJ’s first two seasons as a Pro 2 driver, Episode 1 of the new RJ37 Polaris RZR Video Series is here.

The upcoming 2016 TORC race season will see Douglas Motorsports sporting the Rusty’s Off-Road Products logo on the rear quarter panels of the #7 AMSOIL/Cooper Tire/Walker Evans Racing PRO-4 race truck. The partnership will strengthen the Rusty’s Off-Road brand not only to fans and supporters of short-course off-road racing, but to enthusiasts that participate in the off-road lifestyle.

Abrams, WI (March 1, 2016) – Midwest Off-Road Racing is once again proud to welcome Hooker Harness to the Sportsman Contingency Program. This will be the fourth year in a row the well known and respected safety harness manufacturer will be marketing their product line with the MORR group.

Mickey-Thompson-Logo-2-12-13Stow, Ohio – Mickey Thompson Performance Tires & Wheels returns to regional grass roots short course racing this year as the Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Racing Series Mini Stock class sponsor.

The Mickey Thompson sponsorship means support to racers who are passionate about the sport, but don’t have a huge budget. Mini Stock Class racers rely primarily on stock components and minor modifications to convert production trucks to competition vehicles.