LUCAS OIL 2019 UTV CHAMPIONS CROWNED

ON THE PODIUM: LUCAS OIL OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES FINALE

Heading into the final round of the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series, both Pro UTV titles were still up for grabs, and the Pro Turbos and Production 1000s put on a great show for the fans at Arizona’s Wild Horse Pass facility.

In Turbo UTVs, Corry Weller qualified in the top three Friday to set herself up for a big weekend. The reigning champion earned a main-event podium finish Saturday with a third behind Ronnie Anderson (Pol) and Eliott Watson (C-A) at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in her home state of Arizona to earn back-to-back Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series (LOORRS) UTV Turbo championships.

Can-Am Maverick X3 pro Corry Weller has now won back-to-back LOORRS Production Turbo UTV class Championships. She also leads the Arizona Regionals by 10 points with one round to go. (Photo by Weller Racing)

“We did it. We won the LOORRS Prod Turbo UTV Championship again and defended that No. 1 plate. We knew going into this year that defending our championship would be a challenge. Our class is growing in numbers and the level of competition is growing with it,” said Weller, who is also a contender to win the 2019 Lucas Oil Regional AZ Series title.

“A huge thanks to Can-Am Off-Road for all of their support over the last two years to help make these championships possible. The Maverick X3 is such a great platform and BRP is such a great company that loves the sport.”

Robert Stout defeats defending Production 1000 UTV champ and six-race winner Brock Heger for 2019 LOORRS title. Stout’s Yamaha was often the fastest qualifier, and he scored six podiums with two wins.

In Production 1000 UTVs, Robert Stout (Yam) got a great start on the weekend by being Top Qualifier with Brock Heger  (Yam) third, so Stout gained another two points on the defending champion. Heger fought back to take the lead and then the win in the final round, with Myles Cheek playing spoiler in second and Stout fighting to third. When the roost settled on the season, Stout had done what he had to do to take the LOORRS Production 1000 title by five points over Heger. Behind the Yamaha 1-2, Cheek put his Polaris on the points podium.

LOORRS ROUND 9 UTV RESULTS

TURBO UTVS

1. Ronnie Anderson…Pol

2. Eliott Watson…C-A

3. Corry Weller…C-A

4. Daniel Kelly…C-A

5. Chance Haugen…Pol

6. Robert VanBeekum…Pol

7. Tyler Pfeifer…C-A

8. Katie Veronola…Pol

9. Chelsea Haugen…Pol

10. Trevor Leighton…Pol

PRODUCTION 1000S

1. Brock Heger…Yam

2. Myles Cheek…Pol

3. Robert Stout…Yam

4. Cole Keatts…Yam

5. Nathan Barry…Yam

6. Dallas Nord…Yam

7. Mia Chapman…Yam

8. John Holtger…Yam

9. Hans Ada…Hon

10. Orion Rodriguez…Yam

LOORRS UTV 2019 FINAL STANDINGS/WINS

After 9 of 9 rounds:

TURBO UTVS

1. Corry Weller/C-A…438/4

2. Ronnie Anderson/Pol…432/2

3. Chance Haugen/Pol…396

4. Trevor Leighton/Pol…389/3

5. Eliott Watson/C-A…381

PRODUCTION 1000S

1. Robert Stout/Yam…448/2

2. Brock Heger/Yam…443/6

3. Myles Cheek/Pol…441

4. Robby Hornsby/Yam…364/1

5. Dallas Nord/Yam…334

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