LUCAS OIL OFF-ROAD RACING SERIES 2020 UTV SCHEDULE
WHERE TO RIDE & RACE YOUR UTV
LOORRS UTV AND TROPHY KART 2020 SCHEDULE
Many UTV enthusiasts started out on dirt bikes and ATVs, and the premiere racing series for bikes is the Lucas Oil Motocross National Series. UTV racers have the Lucas Oil Off-Road Racing Series (LOORRS), which is the four-wheeled version of national motocross, along with Arizona and California Regional series (LORORS). Regionals groom racers for the LOORRS national series, and youngsters have three Trophy Kart classes – Jr1, Jr2 and Modified – along with RZR 170 and 570 classes. Regionals also have the Weller Racing SR1 Rhino and Unlimited UTV classes in addition to the Production 1000 and Turbo Pro classes. So, the Lucas Oil short-course races can elevate young racers through the kart and UTV ranks up to Prolite, Pro2, and Pro4 truck classes. Graduates include RJ Anderson, Ryan Beat and Hailie Deegan.
The Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Presented by GEICO announces its schedule for the 2020 season. The world’s premier short-course off-road championship will feature a total of 11 rounds of action next year, visiting five different tracks in five different states. The season will commence on March 14-15 with the series’ annual visit to Southern California’s Glen Helen Raceway, and will ultimately come to a dramatic conclusion on October 24 from Arizona’s Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. The 2020 schedule will also feature an anticipated return to the Utah Motorsports Campus (June 27-28) and Wheatland, Missouri’s Lucas Oil Speedway (August 22-23), which underwent major renovations after suffering significant damage during extreme weather this past summer. The series will not return to Baja’s Estero Beach course for 2020.