SALT LAKE CITY – TORC: The Off-Road Championship has announced new dates for Rounds 1 & 2 at The Dirt Oval at Route 66 Raceway in Joliet, IL, just one hour from downtown Chicago. The May 13-14, Chicagoland Slam doubleheader will kick off the 2017 national championship season with an action packed weekend of the best short course racing to hit the dirt.
TORC: The Off-Road Championship brings the hard-hitting action of short-course off-road racing to your favorite racetracks throughout America’s heartland. Ticket sales for both ERX Motor Park weekends (June 10-11 & Sept. 23-24) and RedBud MX (Aug. 12-13) are now open. Ticket information for the entire 2017 season is now available at torcseries.com.
The 2017 season will include PRO 4, PRO 2 and PRO Light and PRO UTV racing in all rounds. Each race weekend will include Sportsman class drivers, with the goal of encouraging new talent to get behind the wheel.
SALT LAKE CITY – TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL has announced its 2017 season schedule featuring 13 Pro racing rounds over seven event weekends at many of the country’s most popular off-road tracks. The 2017 schedule will continue to build a solid foundation encouraging further growth and public awareness of off-road short course truck racing, the drivers and the series. MSI, the owners of the TORC series, remain focused on improving the overall racing experience for both fans and drivers.
CYPRESS, Calif. – Yamaha Racing’s Corry Weller won The Off-Road Championship Series’ (TORC) first ever Pro Stock UTV Class this past Labor Day weekend in Crandon, Wisconsin. Weller’s victory in the YXZ1000R marks the pure sport Side-by-Side vehicle’s first national championship in its debut year of racing.
Crandon, WI – Brandon “The Stinger” Arthur made a trip to the birthplace of short course racing: the “Big House” in Crandon, Wisconsin, for the TORC Series. The Big House is where racing history meets wide-open throttles and thousands of ardent race fans.
CRANDON, WISC. — Living up to its “Big House” nickname, Crandon International Raceway today announced the largest single-day cash and prize purse in short-course off-road racing history as it prepares to host its Labor Day weekend Off-Road World Championships and new Crandon 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.
After a couple of under-performing rounds of racing, Scott Douglas put the Douglas Motorsports PRO-4×4 back on the podium. All weekend long the familiar white and black AMSOIL Rusty’s Off-Road Walker Evans Racing KC HiLites supported truck was in contention for the top spot. With only two weekends of racing left in the TORC Series presented by AMSOIL season, the final result at Bark River will give the team the momentum to challenge for the PRO-4×4 Championship.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minnesota — TORC: The Off-Road Championship presented by AMSOIL welcomes a new stop to the series July 16-17 as the action moves to ERX Motor Park in Elk River, Minnesota, for the Twin Cities Takedown, Rounds 7 and 8 of the 13-race championship season.
UTV racers will join the TORC Series this year for championship stops in Elk River, Minnesota, July 16-17, Bark River, Michigan, July 30-31, and Crandon, Wisconsin, September 2-4. The TORC PRO UTV series plans to expand the schedule in 2017, bringing UTV racers into the entire championship calendar.