MORR-Off-Road-Logo-12-23-14Abrams, Wisc. – Jim Conner Racing continues its long standing relationship with the Midwest Off-Road Racing community by posting three separate offers for the 2016 MORR supported Sportsman short-course off-road events. Thanks to the efforts from JCR, Walker Evans Racing, Auto Meter, and Optima Batteries will once again include the MORR Contingency Program in its marketing efforts.

The offers from the Lake Havasu, Arizona based operations are as follows:
Auto Meter – First Place in all car, buggy and truck classes: $100 gift certificate. Must use Auto Meter gauges. Two decals – one on each side.

Corona, California
– As the 2016 Lucas Oil Regional Off Road Series presented by Kartek  prepares to get the season underway, several  of the off road industry’s biggest supporters have been hard at work creating an awesome contingency package for the rapidly growing Pro Lite class.  The Fabtech Pro Lite Challenge will offer over $40,000 in cash and prizes to qualified Pro Lite drivers throughout the 2016 season.

Firestone-Gran-Prix-Stadium-Super-TRucks-2-1-16ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., February 1, 2016 – Organizers of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg are pleased to announce that Robby Gordon’s SPEED Energy Stadium Super Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS will join the on-track lineup, March 11-13, for a third consecutive year.

“The Stadium Super Trucks have been a fan favorite since we introduced them in 2014,” said Kim Green, Owner, Chairman and CEO, Green Savoree Racing Promotions, organizers of the Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg. “The series brings a different and unexpected style of racing to the event. We are pleased to have them back and know that fans will enjoy watching the trucks take on the ramps and challenging turns of our street course.”

COSTA MESA, California
– Sheldon Creed of Alpine, Calif. picked up right where he left off the night before in the SPEED Energy Stadium SUPER Trucks Presented by TRAXXAS series by capturing the SST Sand Sports Super Show Sunday Finale on the temporary dirt/asphalt short course at the OC Fair & Event Center.

Creed’s TRAXXAS-sponsored truck fought hard alongside Orange, California’s Robby Gordon for most of the race until Gordon made a late mistake on the final lap trying to get past Creed, which resulted in a loss of valuable track time. Creed would go on to capture the victory over Gordon’s Arctic Cat Wildcat No.7, and third place finisher Burt Jenner in his Gladiator truck.

–  For off-road racing fans around the country, the upcoming Labor Day weekend means one thing – the annual World Championships at Wisconsin’s Crandon International Raceway.

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. —  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.

VP-Fuels-Logo-8-17-12ABRAMS, WI (May 18, 2015) – VP Racing Fuels, long-time supporter of off-road racing and Official Fuel of TORC: The Off Road Championship, today announced an agreement with Midwest Off Road Racing (MORR) that includes contingency award postings for MORR’s Sportsman Off-Road Series.

VP’s contingency awards include a $50 product certificate for all winners and $25 product certificates for all second place finishers who use VP Racing Fuels and display a VP logo on their vehicle. The offer includes all buggy and truck classes in the Sportsman Off-Road Series.

“It’s great to see a company like VP Racing Fuels support the PRO as well as the Sportsman racer,” noted MORR Vice-President Don Demeny. “The PRO and Sportsman racing communities are closely tied to one another and having an organization understand the connection is great to see.”


With the 2015 TORC Series presented by AMSOIL beginning its season this weekend at the Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway, Scott Douglas has his sights set on winning the PRO-4 championship. The team has worked hard all winter getting all the pieces in place to create an even stronger Douglas Motorsports.


The Sportsman Off-Road Series will launch the Sportsman Light Truck class for the 2015 race season. The class is based off the popular mid-size tube frame truck PRO class, but with some limitations that will ensure a true “level playing field,” as well minimizing the overall cost of the race truck. The concept of this Sportsman class began as project of Flying Dutchman Off-Road Racing nearly two years ago, and will be on the track beginning June 6-7 during the Louderville Steel Off-Road Super Challenge at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway.

– Robby Gordon capitalized on an uncharacteristic mistake by IndyCar veteran E.J. Viso and won Saturday’s SPEED Energy Formula Off-Road Presented by TRAXXAS race at the MGM Resorts Village. The same Stadium Super Trucks will conclude their 2014 season Thursday night at the MGM Resorts Village at 8 p.m.