Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Wraps Up in Vegas

Nov. 07, 2011 By Josh Burns
Carl Renezeder (17) and Rodrigo Ampudia (38) air it out early in the race at Round 14. Renezeder fell back in the pack later in the race, but Ampudia held on to finish in third place in Pro 2 Unlimited.

After a great day of racing on Saturday for Round 13, Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing wrapped up its weekend of racing at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway today for Round 14. With only once regular season race remaining on the schedule, the point battles were tightening up in every class as racers vie for the season championship.

If you missed any of the racing from Round 13, check that out here. The Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series will wrap up its final round of regular season racing at Firebird Raceway on Saturday, December 10, which will be followed on Sunday, December 11, by the all-out Lucas Oil Off-Road Cup Challenge.

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Carl Renezeder (17) took the inside line to pass Kyle LeDuc (99) in the second half of the Pro 4 race on Sunday.

With Renezeder taking the win, it was down to Kyle and Todd LeDuc to battle it out. Kyle was able to edge out Todd in the final turn to finish in second place.

Brian Deegan earned back-to-back wins at Las Vegas Motor Speedway in the Pro Lite Unlimited class.

Chris Brandt took second place in the Pro Lite at Round 14.

Rob Naughton stuck with Rob MacCachren to earn second place in Pro 2 before the sun went down.

Rob MacCachren may be having an up and down season, but itís hard to bet against him when he has clean air. MacCachren was first off the line in Pro 2 Unlimited today and he could not be caught.

Check out more action in the photo gallery from Rounds 13 and 14.

If you look to the left of the photo, you can see where Jeff Gieser's rear left wheel not where it's supposed to be.

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