— In an event steeped in history made by legendary names in off-road racing, another racer has made his mark. CJ Greaves successfully defended his TORC: The Off-Road Championship Presented by AMSOIL PRO 2WD title Sunday in addition to earning both the PRO 4WD championship in his first season in the class and holding off Chad Hord for the AMSOIL Cup. At the season-ending Keys to the Big House Powered by Kenda Tire Traction Dealers, Greaves and his Toyota finished third in the PRO 2WD race behind winner Marty Hart and runner up Keegan Kincaid, and finished second in PRO 4WD behind Kincaid, clinching the championship.

STURGIS, S.D. (Aug. 5, 2015)
— An impressive crowd at the 75th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally watched part-time TORC Series PRO Light driver Kyle Kleiman earn his first-ever class victory Tuesday at the Battle of the Chip at the Legendary Buffalo Chip Powersports Complex. It was a hard-fought, physical battle for the entire race that saw points leader Doug Mittag with his Cooper Tire-sponsored machine finish second with Cam Reimers putting his Liquid Wrench truck in third for his third podium finish of the season.

— It was a Greaves family sweep this weekend in TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL as the series made its annual trip to NASCAR country for Showdown in Charlotte, Rounds 9 and 10 in the national championship series.

Defending PRO 4WD champion Johnny Greaves dominated Saturday’s Round 10, while his son CJ Greaves finished runner-up. The two had also finished one-two a day earlier – but it was CJ Greaves who earned the win on Friday. The parallel results meant no change to the PRO 4WD points spread after the ninth and 10th rounds in the championship. The younger Greaves remains a slim six points ahead of his father.

Appleton, WI
– The Flying Dutchman Off-Road team will be back on the track next weekend at Crandon International Off-Road Raceway. Mike Vanden Heuvel will once again pilot the family’s familiar red Maxxis Tire equipped PRO-2WD as the team marks its thirty-sixth year of racing at the “Big House.”

TORC: The Off-Road Championship Presented by AMSOIL now offers a proprietary and easy-to-use media contingency tracking platform called TORC Tracker.

TORC: The Off-Road Championship Presented by AMSOIL now offers a proprietary and easy-to-use media contingency tracking platform called TORC Tracker.

Dana Point, Calif. – TORC: The Off-Road Championship Presented by AMSOIL, the nation’s premiere short-course, off-road racing series, has announced the launch of a new contingency award platform designed to leverage the reach of social media while facilitating management of awards and payouts in the TORC series.

Dana Point, Calif.
– The Off-Road Championship, the nations premiere short-course, off-road racing series, has announced Husqvarna as a 2014 Series Partner as well as naming rights sponsor for the TORC race scheduled for April 25 and 26, 2014, at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

“Last year we partnered with TORC to see if traction could be developed in partnering dealers with racing fans at a grassroots event. Stepping out of a traditional dealer showroom experience and giving customers a chance to engage with products in a non-traditional way was positively received,” said Jim Parello, Director of Marketing, Husqvarna.

Dana Point, Calif. – Jan. 10, 2014
– TORC: The Off-Road Championship, the nations premiere short-course, off-road racing series, has announced the return of AMSOIL as series presenting sponsor in a renewed multi-year commitment to supporting one of the worlds most exciting, high-energy motorsports concepts.

“There is a tremendous future in short-course racing,” said Jeremy Meyer, AMSOIL Race Program Manager. “As presenting sponsor since its inception, AMSOIL is excited to continue our partnership with TORC as well as the commitment to keep the foundation of the sport in Crandon and Bark River while expanding to legendary venues like Sturgis. The best is truly ahead of us, and AMSOIL will continue to test its products in this harsh environment.”

TORC-Action-Image-11-7-13A few months ago, advertising agency and production company The Armory announced its acquisition of The Off-Road Championship (TORC). As the producer of the television show for the TORC Series for the previous four years, The Armory saw great opportunity to take over the series and work to build the TORC brand.

The Armory President BJ Birtwell addressed the media today at a press conference during the 2013 SEMA Show, providing an overview of the acquisition of TORC as well as insight into its future plans. The Armory officially takes over TORC on January 1st, 2014, though it has already been in the works hammering out details for coming year’s schedule. The biggest news is that the plan is for TORC to be a coast-to-coast series.

Scott-Douglas-TORC-8-16-13El Cajon, CA – The weekend at Red Bud MX really put Douglas Motorsports to the test as the team practically every resource available to put the #7 AMSOIL Borla Exhaust PRO-4×4 back on the podium. After having some early season success, the team had its share of mid-season struggles, but like all successful teams, Douglas Motorsports looks to be back on track after a solid third place finish in Round Twelve.

Scott Douglas and his team arrived in southwestern Michigan Wednesday evening and spent the next day working with various media outlets promoting the weekend of TORC racing. Douglas even took time to talk off-road racing with multi-time Supercross/Motocross champion Ricky Carmichael as the “GOAT” would be making his short-course debut at Red Bud.

Beauchamp-Off-Road-TORC-8-16-13Escanaba, MI – After back to back wins in at Chicagoland Speedway, Danny Beauchamp backed up that performance with great charge from the back of the field to finish second in Round 7 of the Traxxas TORC Series presented by AMSOIL. With only two more rounds of racing left in the season, Beauchamp is definitely in the hunt for Super Stock Truck Championship.

In previous years, the one mile long Red Bud short-course track has been known to really tear up both Sportsman and PRO race trucks. In an effort to minimize the wear and tear on all TORC racers, the actual layout was slightly changed as portions of the track were widened and the downhill section was relocated eliminating a troublesome off-camber corner. Of course the high flying rollers and the monster -air step-up were still in place.